Author Topic: BLU RAY CONCERTS - Which is your most PLAYED concert?  (Read 902 times)

Offline Hero

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Hi - I know there is another music and concert blu ray thread here, but this thread is different.......

I hope members can share your most played blu ray concert here.

Why? Simply because our ACTIONS speak way louder that WORDS...... so my wish is to keep this thread with as little words as possible and just share, among your collection of BLU RAY CONCERTS (not CD pls), which one have you played most frequently and why?


Among my collection of 50+ concerts, the one I play most freqently is >

While I am not a hardcore eagles fan, the sound quality of the 45 min 1977 concert is simply AMAZING! Kids, wife, relatives, hell basically everyone will enjoy it! The 2 hours+ documentary is also very very interesting (wife and kids also enjoyed the documentary!)


The second most played concert is >

Why? Because the sound quality of this 1987 concert is simply AMAZING! No other concert comes close to the clarity of this one IMHO !


Here is a list of my concert collection:

AC/DC - Live At Donington
America Live
Bee Gees : One Night Only
Billy Idol
Blu Man Group
Blues @ Montreux
Britney Concert
Celine Throught the Eyes of the World
Chai Qing 2010
Chai Qing Bu Liao Qing Jing Dian (Masterpiece)
Chris Isaak: Live / Greatest Hits
Concert for George
Def Leppard - Viva Hysteria
Def Leppard : And There Will Be A Next Time...Live From Detroit (Blu-ray + 2CD)
Duran Duran
Eagles - Farewell Live from Melbourne
Eagles - History of the Eagles (3 BDs)
George Michael : Live in London
Guns n Roses : Appetite for Democracy
Hall & Oates
Heart Alive in Seattle
Heaven & Hell - Radio City Music Hall
It Might Get Loud
Jeff Beck
Katy Perry Prismatic World Tour
Katy Perry The Movie: Part of Me
Kenny Chesney 3D
Kylie Minogue - Kiss Me Once: Live at the Sse Hydro
Kylie Minogue: Aphrodite Les Folies - Live in London 3D
Madonna MDNA
Madonna Sweet and Sticky Tour
Madonna Truth or Dare
Mariah Carey Mimi
Metallica : Quebec Magnetic
Motley Crue - Carnival of Sin
One Direction This is Us
Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall
Pink Funhouse Tour (Live in Australia)
Queen: Rock Montreal & Live Aid
Rebel Heart Tour (BD + CD, Madonna)
Reo Speedwagon : Live in the Heartland
Ricky Martin
Roger Waters The Wall (2 BDs)
Roy Orbison Black & White Night
Sally Yeh Concert
Sammi Touch Mi 2 - 2016 Concert (Mastered in 4K)
Scorpions : Live in Munich 2012
Shakira - Oral Fixation Tour
Shakira Concert
Shania Twain - Still The One - Live  from Vegas
Simply Red : Live at Montreux 2003
The Beatles 1
U2 Live
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Re: BLU RAY CONCERTS - Which is your most PLAYED concert?
« Reply #1 on: July 06, 2020, 10:39 »
I hope there's Eagle Hell Freezes Over bluray....unfortunately not

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Re: BLU RAY CONCERTS - Which is your most PLAYED concert?
« Reply #2 on: July 06, 2020, 11:43 »
Still Black & White Night for me. I recently bought Black & White Night 30 on Apple TV which is a re-edited version of the concert special and features “five never-before-seen alternate performances”.

I’ve also bought Queen: Live At Wembley on Apple TV. The surround sound mix wasn’t what I expected but I enjoyed the atmosphere and showmanship nevertheless.

The other one that I had watched previously that had a really good sound mix and video editing was Madonna’s Sticky & Sweet Tour. Everything was so seamlessly done and this was probably the next best thing if you missed the actual concert. I am certain that the atmosphere at the actual concert itself would be tremendous.

Of course, nothing beats attending an actual concert itself. It’s not something that you can recreate easily with a living room home theatre system.

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