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 Post subject: Recommend me a mindblowing live concert dvd
PostPosted: Sun Apr 01, 2012 7:15 am 
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Pretty much any genre will do.


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KISS - Kissology Volume 1.


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ignore him^ and get Talking Heads - Live in Rome 1980


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Kissology vol. 1 is actually really good though, I wouldn't write it off.

I recommend Beach Boys live at Knebworth.


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Ignore dreamcoil. Never take advice from a grown (?) man who considers Britney Spears' early years to be good music. Not that her later, "more matured" music was worth a flying fuck either, but still.

Kissology 1 is mind-blowing.


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David Gilmour (of Pink Floyd)'s Live in Gdansk and Talking Heads' Stop Making Sense are both very good DVDs and I highly recommend both of them.


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piper wrote:
David Gilmour (of Pink Floyd)'s Live in Gdansk and Talking Heads' Stop Making Sense are both very good DVDs and I highly recommend both of them.


seconded


Also, dont ignore anyone Freddie.


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 Post subject: Re: Recommend me a mindblowing live concert dvd
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The Who Lives at Leeds


there is no mindblowing live concert DVD of this.


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I made it myself


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 Post subject: Re: Recommend me a mindblowing live concert dvd
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:lol: @ the discussion, you guys never cease to entertain. That being said, check out all the suggestions so far, Freeloader.

Johnny Cash - A Concert Behind Prison Walls
Muse - HAARP
Noel Gallagher - Sitting Here in Silence (sorry, boobs) (Don't think this has been officially released as a DVD though, there are custom DVDs of it though)
Paul McCartney & Wings - Rockshow
Portishead - Roseland NYC
Radiohead - Live from the Basement

I've always found Pink Floyd's Pulse criminally underrated, as far as live DVDs go. I think the band is giving the crowd the show of their lives. The visuals are also pretty mindblowing!

Nightwish' End of an Era is also a wonderful live DVD, but that is definitely not for those who dislike epic (maybe even pompous) symphonic metal.

By the way, there are tons of awesome video live concerts by different bands that haven't been released yet. It would be cool to see more discussion revolving around those too.


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 Post subject: Re: Recommend me a mindblowing live concert dvd
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Brian Wilson presents SMiLE is an amazing DVD too, the band does an incredible job of bringing that album to life.


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But for the bonus disc, which is the London Coliseum 1969. It will blow your freaking mind.


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 Post subject: Re: Recommend me a mindblowing live concert dvd
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Yousha wrote:
chicken sandwich wrote:
The Who Lives at Leeds


there is no mindblowing live concert DVD of this.


This is pretty much all the footage that exists:



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