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Old 02-23-2012, 08:18 PM   #181
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I'm eagerly anticipating Roger Waters "The Wall Live" Blu ray. I know they shot shows in Athens Greece last July but, I'm hoping they'll film some of the upcoming outdoor (baseball stadium) shows this summer. I would love to see some Wrigley Field footage on the eventual Blu ray release, even if it's just a song included in the extras. Oh, and as always... TooL (Live) Blu ray would be the crown jewel of my concert collection!
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I have the Chicago and Earth, Wind & Fire: Live at the Greek Theatre concert on blu-ray.

WOW...WHAT A GREAT CONCERT!!!

The positive energy generated by these two bands during there onstage performances
is so infectious, that the viewer can't help but to get caught up in the excitement.

Picture and lossless audio quality are both great.
Turn up the volume on your AVR to "reference level" and it's like your center stage
at the Greek Theatre for this spectacular concert!

I'am a fan of both bands but didn't think they would mesh together well on the same stage.
Boy was I wrong!
It was amazing at how seamlessly great both bands sounded when they played together onstage.
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Old 02-27-2012, 09:13 PM   #183
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I have the Chicago and Earth, Wind & Fire: Live at the Greek Theatre concert on blu-ray.

WOW...WHAT A GREAT CONCERT!!!

The positive energy generated by these two bands during there onstage performances
is so infectious, that the viewer can't help but to get caught up in the excitement.

Picture and lossless audio quality are both great.
Turn up the volume on your AVR to "reference level" and it's like your center stage
at the Greek Theatre for this spectacular concert!

I'am a fan of both bands but didn't think they would mesh together well on the same stage.
Boy was I wrong!
It was amazing at how seamlessly great both bands sounded when they played together onstage.
Agreed! I was VERY impressed with this one all around when I watched it. Awesome performances and the audio/mix is fantastic!
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Old 02-28-2012, 11:24 AM   #184
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I'm eagerly anticipating Roger Waters "The Wall Live" Blu ray. I know they shot shows in Athens Greece last July but, I'm hoping they'll film some of the upcoming outdoor (baseball stadium) shows this summer. I would love to see some Wrigley Field footage on the eventual Blu ray release, even if it's just a song included in the extras. Oh, and as always... TooL (Live) Blu ray would be the crown jewel of my concert collection!
So you mean only the Greece concert was shot? I don't think so. Toronto 2010 and O2 2011 were also filmed.


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Old 03-01-2012, 07:50 PM   #185
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That clip... wow....

I was actually coming into this thread to ask if the David Gilmour release has aged well or if there is something else I should be looking at? I have Dave Matthews and NIN (my wife has Mariah Carrey) and I am on an SACD buying spree that has hit a wall. Anything else I should look at?
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Not sure if you like The Police or not Josh, but their Certified Blu-ray is really reference stuff. Fantastic 24/96 surround track and gorgeous picture quality, the versions of Walking on the Moon and Wrapped Around Your Finger are highlights for me.

Essential Blu-ray concert IMO.
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I wasn't aware that they filmed the concerts in Toronto. That's kind of strange since it was the first shows of the tour. I love David Gilmore but, that was the worst version of Comfortably Numb that I've ever heard. I wonder if he sang the wrong lyrics at the end just to piss of Roger.
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Not sure if you like The Police or not Josh, but their Certified Blu-ray is really reference stuff. Fantastic 24/96 surround track and gorgeous picture quality, the versions of Walking on the Moon and Wrapped Around Your Finger are highlights for me.

Essential Blu-ray concert IMO.
Actually I enjoy The Police an own the "Greatest Hits" SACD, which isn't half-bad (meaning, its a little better than half good ). I'll put that on my tracker. Thanks!
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Old 03-02-2012, 04:39 PM   #189
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Actually I enjoy The Police an own the "Greatest Hits" SACD, which isn't half-bad (meaning, its a little better than half good ). I'll put that on my tracker. Thanks!
Agreed, it's a great concert with stuning PQ/AQ. I'm only a casual fan of The Police but ths blu is just plain awesome, will test your setup.
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Another great concert blu is Eric Clapton & Steve Winwood Live at Madison Square Garden. I was fortunate enough to actually attend one of their shows, and this blu is a very good representation. Song after song of nothing but major, major hits - for me "Glad" is a definite highlight.

I'm a huge fan of both men, but Eric has been a big disappointment the last couple decades as his guitar playing has taken a back seat to his singing ... mainly he just noodles around anymore and lets Doyle or Derek do all the soloing. Well, here he breaks out of the mold and we see a bit of the old Slowhand. It seems Eric needs to be challenged these days in order for him to channel up his guitar 'muse, but Winwood provides the much-needed provocation in big, heaping doses. The only other recent times when EC has been similarly challenged were the Cream shows and his mini-tour with Jeff Beck.
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Another great concert blu is Eric Clapton & Steve Winwood Live at Madison Square Garden. I was fortunate enough to actually attend one of their shows, and this blu is a very good representation. Song after song of nothing but major, major hits - for me "Glad" is a definite highlight.

I'm a huge fan of both men, but Eric has been a big disappointment the last couple decades as his guitar playing has taken a back seat to his singing ... mainly he just noodles around anymore and lets Doyle or Derek do all the soloing. Well, here he breaks out of the mold and we see a bit of the old Slowhand. It seems Eric needs to be challenged these days in order for him to channel up his guitar 'muse, but Winwood provides the much-needed provocation in big, heaping doses. The only other recent times when EC has been similarly challenged were the Cream shows and his mini-tour with Jeff Beck.
I guess you missed his 94' BLUES Only Tour, huh?

For his Blues record, "From The Cradle", I was lucky enough to see that tour from about 20 rows back, & was BLOWN AWAY for 2+ hrs with nothing but Incredible BLUES music & Clapton soloing like never before.

Check out some YouTube clips from the above HERE
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I guess you missed his 94' BLUES Only Tour, huh?

For his Blues record, "From The Cradle", I was lucky enough to see that tour from about 20 rows back, & was BLOWN AWAY for 2+ hrs with nothing but Incredible BLUES music & Clapton soloing like never before.

Check out some YouTube clips from the above HERE
Wish that tour (caught him in Montreal) was on blu, one great concert with EC playing wath looked like the music he really loved. Smooth as always but just so naturally easy for him. Wish he did more blues.
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Anyone see the new Santana at Montreux 2011 that just came out? I have it ordered from Amazon, but think they're waiting for the Phil Collins 2004 Montreux I ordered as well but won't be out till March 26. If you're a fan of blu concerts, Eagle Rock is hard to beat, they seem to do a good job transfering concerts to blu, especially the Montreux stuff. For reference blu audio, I'd recommend Tom Petty's Mojo, which is audio only. I'm also getting a lot of play from the 25th anniversary of the rock and roll hall of fame concerts, very well done.
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Old 03-03-2012, 01:34 AM   #194
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Welp, I've done it again, sorta ...

I say sorta because, yes, FTC, and esp. the tour, is another "exception" I should have added to my list above; although technically, I think having Jerry Portnoy (Muddy's last harp player) play with him on that tour served as his inspiration for playing so well. That and it gave EC an opportunity to use his vintage guitar collection one last time (before he auctioned off most of them for CR). I saw (4) shows on the FTC tour and during each show it was like a parade of classic guitars one song after the other. Was last time to see him play the 'cherry Gibsons (335, etc.) and others from his early days. Also, set list was killer - .44 Blues, etc.

On a movie-related note, it is an absolute shame that the Martin Scorsese film shot for this tour was never released, supposedly due to EC not being happy with his performance. Well, I have a pristine VHS dub of it, and the show was spectacular. A blu-ray release would be a dream ...

Finally, there is another unreleased concert that showed EC taking off the binders - Bob Dylan 30th Anniversary Concert. I have a VHS of this show as well and wish it would have at least made it to DVD.

Sorry for the length, but I'm a huge EC fan ... it's just that I am disappointed with the direction he has taken with his music in the last coupla decades. Perhaps it's because I am spoiled, as I was there for the "beginning". But on the other hand, EC contemporaries like Jeff Beck have just gotten better and better with age. I suspect though that part of the issue with EC is that he doesn't have (or want to spend) the time it takes to really keep his chops up, let alone evolve (yet) again. He's really happy with his family and that is #1 for him now days. I occasionally spot him and the family here in our city (well, suburb ...) and he is always beaming when he is with them. Glad he finally found a little peace.
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Welp, I've done it again, sorta ...

[Show spoiler]I say sorta because, yes, FTC, and esp. the tour, is another "exception" I should have added to my list above; although technically, I think having Jerry Portnoy (Muddy's last harp player) play with him on that tour served as his inspiration for playing so well. That and it gave EC an opportunity to use his vintage guitar collection one last time (before he auctioned off most of them for CR). I saw (4) shows on the FTC tour and during each show it was like a parade of classic guitars one song after the other. Was last time to see him play the 'cherry Gibsons (335, etc.) and others from his early days. Also, set list was killer - .44 Blues, etc.


On a movie-related note, it is an absolute shame that the Martin Scorsese film shot for this tour was never released, supposedly due to EC not being happy with his performance. Well, I have a pristine VHS dub of it, and the show was spectacular. A blu-ray release would be a dream ...

[Show spoiler]Finally, there is another unreleased concert that showed EC taking off the binders - Bob Dylan 30th Anniversary Concert. I have a VHS of this show as well and wish it would have at least made it to DVD.

Sorry for the length, but I'm a huge EC fan ... it's just that I am disappointed with the direction he has taken with his music in the last coupla decades. Perhaps it's because I am spoiled, as I was there for the "beginning". But on the other hand, EC contemporaries like Jeff Beck have just gotten better and better with age. I suspect though that part of the issue with EC is that he doesn't have (or want to spend) the time it takes to really keep his chops up, let alone evolve (yet) again.


He's really happy with his family and that is #1 for him now days. I occasionally spot him and the family here in our city (well, suburb ...) and he is always beaming when he is with them. Glad he finally found a little peace.
Yea, I thought I heard something about that BLUES Film "Marty" did, but it's truly a shame EC isn't (as you say) happy with his performance. For 90% of the show I attended in 94', my head was down, eyes closed, just LISTENING to the musicianship. Truly one of the most Spectacular "LIVE" Concert EVENTS I've witnessed
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As for the 2nd part about his family, hey, he isn't getting any younger, has TONS of $$$$$$$ to relax & enjoy with his family, so I have no issues with that
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For those of you who appreciate Joe's "Royal Albert Hall" show and are eagerly anticipating his new concert release form the Beacon Theater, I have another for you to check out.

A version of his 2002 release of "So, It's Like That" contains a DVD as well. It's not listed on the front or back of the CD cover. The only clue I had that there was more than one disc included was the "2CD" label on the upper left corner of the case.

The show was recorded at Pierre's Entertainment Center in Fort Wayne Indiana on December 21, 2001. Joe plays with Eric Czar on bass and Kenny Kramme on drums. It is stereo only.

Fans ring the stage as Joe lets loose for an hour and 45 minute show. He's as polished as ever, with a bit more rage than the Royal Albert Hall show. A great look at this amazing guitarist as he worked to establish himself.
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Agreed, it's a great concert with stuning PQ/AQ. I'm only a casual fan of The Police but ths blu is just plain awesome, will test your setup.
Along with the structural integrity of your house.
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I Just got into Blu-ray concerts recently, thus far I am really impressed. Only have two so far Tori Amos, and Jewel.
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I Just got into Blu-ray concerts recently, thus far I am really impressed. Only have two so far Tori Amos, and Jewel.
There are dozens of excellent concert blus out there, check out the reviews or even just mention which style of music you like and you'll proabbly get great recommendations also. It's highly addictive.
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Along with the structural integrity of your house.
You bet it does. Unfortunately I live in an upper duplex so can't really listen at reference levels, but for that I go at my buddy's real man cave, nice pj 9.2 setup and it rattles the house when we play it there, quite impressive. You rarely hear a bass drum sound so real.
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