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What are your favorite music DVDs?

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by JPJ, Jan 14, 2006.


  1. JPJ

    JPJ

    Apr 21, 2001
    Chicago, IL
    I've been in the mood to get some new music DVDs lately, but don't really know what's out there to get. I love the Zeppelin set that was released a year or two ago, and am pretty partial to The Who at the Isle of Wight. The Kids are Alright is pretty good too. I would love for Nickel Creek to come out with a DVD, and The Black Crowes should have something out this year too. As I'm watching Rush's Live in Rio on VH-1 Classic right now, I was wondering....

    What are your favorite music or music-related DVDs?
     
  2. Wrong Robot

    Wrong Robot Guest

    Apr 8, 2002
    Alicia keys- unplugged
    Talking heads - stop making sense
    Joni Mitchell - shadows and light
    Miles Davis electric band
    Any Earth wind and fire concert(they are radical)


    Those are a few that I dig a lot. Also 'the last waltz' is pretty awesome, though it's really more of a documentary.
     
  3. Dream Theater - Live at Budokon
    Metallica - Cliff 'Em All
    Rush - R30
    Iron Maiden - The Early Days
    Fates Warning - Awaken the Guardian

    My favorite bands, and they play almost all of my favorite songs by said favorite bands. So if you're into any of them, invest.s
     
  4. Ramones RAW
     
  5. andysvec

    andysvec Supporting Member

    Aug 15, 2004
    Guam
    some old, some new, just some dvds I have sitting on the player right now that I've been jamming.

    Tetsuo Sakurai (w/D. Chambers, G. Howe) Gentle Hearts Tour 2004. Got this from Audiophile Imports recently, amazing.

    Marcus Miller - Master of All Trades. Another one from Audoiphile, very good.

    RHCP - Live at Slane Castle. Kinda loose but in a good funky way.

    Hall & Oates, live in concert (2003). I really dig T-Bone's playing, and he sounds great on this one.

    Chicago - Live by Request. I think Jason Scheff is underrated and both his playing and vocals kill on this one.

    Bireli Lagrene/Sylvan Luc - Jazz in Mariac 2000. I'm not even much of a guitarist but this guitar duo concert is unbelievable. There's an upright player that joins them for a few songs, but mostly just Bireli and Sylvan shredding on everything from straight ahead jazz to a great version of 'isn't she lovely'. Very musically inspiring.
     
  6. Piedro

    Piedro

    Jan 23, 2001
    Montréal, Qc, Canada
    Endorsing Aguilar Amp product.
    sting- All this Time.. oh my god...
    Peter Gabriel - Growing Up
    Nathan East - the Business of Bass.. not a show but a great DVD
    And any StarWars :D
     
  7. Pruitt

    Pruitt

    Jun 30, 2005
    Danbury, CT
    Giant On The Box - Gentle Giant (The greatest show I've ever seen on a DVD imho. Heh heh...) :p

    The Tokyo Tapes - Steve Hackett

    deja Vrooom - King Crimson

    Living With The Past - Jethro Tull

    Miles Electric: A Different Kind Of Blue - Miles Davis
     
  8. Snarf

    Snarf

    Jan 23, 2005
    New York, NY
    I just got the Chick Corea Elektric Band live at Montreaux, and Cyndi Lauper: Live At Last. I haven't seen them yet, but I expect them both to be pretty badass.
     
  9. Alvaro Martín Gómez A.

    Alvaro Martín Gómez A. TalkBass' resident Bongo + cowbell player

    - Bela Fleck And The Flecktones Live At The Quick
    - Rush In Rio (Haven't seen the R30 yet)
    - The Brian Setzer Orchestra Live In Japan
     
  10. bassjus

    bassjus

    Mar 30, 2004
    Mass
    Bela Fleck and the Flecktones - Live at the quick
    Charlie Hunter Quintet - Right Now Live
    John Mayer - Any Given Thursday
    Weather Report - Young and Fine live
     
  11. Turock

    Turock Supporting Member

    Apr 30, 2000
    Melnibone
    I recently watched the Concert for Bangla Desh (saw it first about 30 years ago). I had forgotten what a solid bassist Klaus Voormon is.
    I also enjoyed Fleetwood Mac - The Dance.
    The Zeppelin DVD is the best bargain out there.
     
  12. The Eagles: Farewell Tour [Australia]
    Jamiroquai - Live in Verona
     
  13. d8g3jdh

    d8g3jdh Guest

    Aug 9, 2005
    maiden early days and cliff em all are sweet.

    the wall is one of my favourites of all time too. not a show, but still...
     
  14. whitedk57

    whitedk57

    May 5, 2005
    Franklin, NC
    Rush - Live in Rio
     
  15. g00eY

    g00eY

    Sep 17, 2005
    Chicago, IL
    i like the United Live DVDs. they are probably considered praise and worship. i dunno if you're into that kinda stuff.
     
  16. Yvon

    Yvon Supporting Member

    Nov 2, 2000
    Montreal, Canada
    Peter Gabriel - Secret world
    Triumph - Live
    Joni Michel - Shadows and Light
    Stevie Ray Vaughan - Live Austin city limits

    That's the one I watch the most often.


    I want to buy Rush R30, that will probably be the nest one, or one from EW&F
     
  17. Folmeister

    Folmeister Knowledge is Good - Emile Faber Supporting Member

    May 7, 2003
    Tomball, Texas
    Some of my favorites:

    John Fogerty, Premonition
    Peter Gabriel, Secret World Live
    Eagles, Hell Freezes Over and Farewell Tour
    Doug Kershaw, The Ragin' Cajun
    Eric Clapton, One More Car, One More Rider
    Rush, Rio and R30
    The Funky Meters, Live From the 2000 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival
    The John Entwistle Band, Live
    The Who, Tommy and Quadraphenia Live
     
  18. nine inch nails - and all that could have been

    tool - dvd_remaster(its a bootleg i downloaded... i love it)

    marilyn manson - guns, god, & government

    metallica - S&M, Cunning Stunts

    dream theater - live in budokan (i like maybe 5 or so tracks off of it at most)
     
  19. I LOVE my zeppelin dvd. also
    -the new who dvd "Tommy and Quadrophenia live"
    -Rush in Rio (will get R30 soon)
    -Pearl Jam live at Madison Square Garden
    -Although its not a dvd any live nirvana stuff I can find is probably most of my watching
     
  20. Pink Floyd--Live in Pompeii
    Victor Wooten--BassDay '98
    Les Claypool--5 Gallons of Deisel
    Cream--Farewell Tour '68
    Cream--Royal Albert Hall '05
    Chili Peppers--Live at Slane Castle
    Rush--R30
    Stevie Ray Vaughn--Live at El Mocombo
    Primus--Animals Should Not Act Like People
    Primus--Videoplasty
    Slayer--War at the Warfield
    Led Zeppelin--(The newest one with the desert on the cover)
    Widespread Panic--Live at Oak Mountain

    *there's a lot more*