Music DVDs Collections.

Bilbo 69

Active Member
Roger waters latest concert us+them tour been released in 4K and it has Dolby Atmos you won’t beat a better show than that.
 

Captain Ron

Well-known Member
Most recent music movie in my collection is John Williams live in Vienna. Great concert beautifully filmed and in stunning Dolby Atmos. Highly recommended.
 

Tom Davies

Editorial Contributor
Also not sure if this fits the bill but the Directors' Label Palm DVD collections are insanely good.
I have the Work of Michel Gondry, Spike Jonze, Chris Cunningham and Mark Romanek sets and they are some of the best collections of music videos ever made.
 

gibbsy

Moderator
Most recent music movie in my collection is John Williams live in Vienna. Great concert beautifully filmed and in stunning Dolby Atmos. Highly recommended.
Where did you get your copy from, I ordered from Amazon and had to return it as was not the Atmos encoded disc. I would be most grateful if you could let me know.
 

Captain Ron

Well-known Member
Where did you get your copy from, I ordered from Amazon and had to return it as was not the Atmos encoded disc. I would be most grateful if you could let me know.
I got mine from Amazon UK. I do remember when I went to order it though that there was some confusion over the product description. I had to order the deluxe CD which includes the bluray with Atmos.
 

Cartman4x

Active Member
Where did you get your copy from, I ordered from Amazon and had to return it as was not the Atmos encoded disc. I would be most grateful if you could let me know.
I got my copy from zoom (sold out at the moment), you have to buy the cd & bluray edition as its the live concert on bluray that has the atmos track
 

Frisbeepop

Active Member
Have a lot of discs: less Blu Ray as fewer released.

Hell Freezes Over by The Eagles was a legendary demo disc on laserdisc before going to DVD. Have a few Sarah McLachlan, some VH1 storytellers discs, lots of stuff off Eagle Rock label.

The Brian Setzer Live in Japan, Kylie live in Sydney and the Santana Supernatural discs possibly my most watched/listened to.

The Dance by Fleetwood Mac is also phenomenal. The version of Don’t Stop and Tusk with a full marching band blasting in 5.1 is incredible.

Most recent ones run a wide and bizarre gamut: Motley Crue and Steps! Both have excellent video and audio. The Mötley Crue disc has such dynamism.
have to concur re the Zimmer blu ray as well.
 

zubeir

Well-known Member
Peter Gabriel, Growing up live.
INXS, Live baby live.
 

sterobktulu

Active Member
Led Zeppelin - DVD
Queen Live at Wembley 86
AC/DC - Live at Donington + Live at River Plate
Iron Maiden - Live After Death
Slipknot - Live at Download 09
Metallica - S+M 2
 

tasker

Active Member
i have about 200+ dvd's and 150 ish blu rays (including a few uhd)

There is not enough and tbh a lot of groups/artists who pridee themselves on huge shows and stunning sound need to take a good look at their releases

The Han Zimmer concert is one of the best i have ever owned, watched it on Netflix, bought it the next day

I have everything from Abba the movie through to ZZ Top

dvd

acdc
aerosmith
asia
bon jovi
bond (the group)
cinderella
corrs
lots of fleetwood mac
loads of gilmour and floyd
leppard
dokken
don henley
eagles
genesis
heart
joe satriani (3d disc is good)
loads of journey
judas priest
jean michelle jarre - the china disc in dts is amazing
metallica
live aid
live 8
motley crue
pat benatar
phil collins
lots of queen - the greatest hits in dts is well worth a buy
lots of queensryche
lots of scorpions - again 3d disc is good
lots of status quo
triumph

blu ray

same plus
alan parsons
billy joel
elo
lots of foreigner
delain
dire straits
iron maiden
a few nightranger
a few pink
the police reunion amazing disc
reo speedwagon
roger waters
rush
saxon
acoustic skunk anansie - brilliant
thunder
a few toto
within temptation live
war of the worlds live

and my rather large Kiss collection

but again needs to be more available with decent sound, some of the dave gilmour discs are very bad sound wise as if it was a second thought which is annoying.
Yet discs like the Hans Zimmer concert sounds stunning in atmos
 

martin 39

Active Member
Used to buy a few of these but not now. Last one i brought was adele at the Royal Albert Hall. Think ive got a few doors dvds the who. Oasis. Paul weller ocean colour scene
 

The Dreamer

Distinguished Member
A bit of a mixed bag, all Blu Rays - got a few musicals too.

So musicals first (don’t judge)! :D

Bugsy Malone
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
Grease
Jersey boys
LalaLand
Les Miserables
Miss Saigon
Mamma Mia
My Fair Lady
Sound Of Music
South Pacific
War of the worlds
West side story
Yentl

then concerts...

Adele At The Albert Hall
Alan Parsons Project live in Colombia
Dire Straits Alchemy
ELO out of the blue
Eric Clapton slowhand at 70
Hans zimmer Prague
Led Zeppelin the song remains the same
Metallica Through the Never
Supertramp live in Paris
Roger Waters the wall
Toto

Opera Blu Rays

Tosca
Verdi La Traviata <— this is a really good performance. A bit of trivia, this is the opera that Julia Roberts and Richard Gere watch in Pretty Woman, where Julia Roberts’ character is moved to tears by the opera. What you may not know is that the film Pretty Woman is actually based on the story of La Traviata, and yes, it is such a beautiful opera it could move you to tears!!! If you’re not into opera but open to a new experience, I’d highly recommend La Traviata, probably one of the easiest operas to get into, and one of the most beautiful pieces of music ever!

...and finally, movies with a musical theme - but not quite musicals..

Prince Purple Rain
The Commitments



vvvv Not the version of La Traviata I have, but will give you an idea of what it’s all about...

 
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stasis

Active Member
I have a pre-order for The Delicate Sound of Thunder Blu-ray.:thumbsup:
It is due for release on November 20th.
 

addyeddy

Active Member
Mine is the 'Made in Switzerland' DVD by Swiss band Gotthard. Really captures the great atmosphere, superbly filmed, and they're not even particularly one of my favourite bands, but everything about it is spot on. Just needs a re-release on blu ray now.
 

Wingless Garuda

Active Member
Muse : Live At Rome
 

sandra141

Banned
DVD-V
James Taylor, Pull Over Tour
James Taylor, One Man Band*
James Taylor/Carole King, Live at the Troubadour*
R.E.M. Perfect Square
Tori Amos, Live at Montreux
Brian Wilson, Pet Sounds Live in London
Carole King, Live in Concert
Meatloaf, Live in Melbourne
Simon and Garfunkel, Old Friends Live
Paul Simon, You're The One
Katie Melua, Collection*
Katie Melua, With the Stuttgart Philharmonic
Eurythmics, Peace Tour
Neil Diamond, Hot August Night NYC
Cat Stevens, Majikat Earth Tour 1976
David Bowie, A Reality Tour
Emeli Sande, Live at the Royal Albert Hall*
James Blunt, Moon Landing*

DVD-A
King Crimson, Court of the Crimson King

*Bundled with CD outstanding value.
Amazing collection of popular artist's DVD.
 

stasis

Active Member
The Delicate Sound of Thunder is like discovering hidden treasure.
I cant believe something this good has never been given a quality release like this before.
 

Bidge

Standard Member
(Prince) The Artist: In Concert - Rave Un2 The Year 2000 [DVD] [2001],
Il Divo Complete Collection [3cd/2dvd]
Elton John: The Very Best Of Elton John [DVD]
Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert (10th Anniversary Edition) [DVD]
Graffiti Bridge [DVD]
Les Miserables 10th Anniversary Concert At The Royal Albert Hall (2 Disc Collector's Edition) [DVD]
Live Aid [DVD]
Michael Flatley: Celtic Tiger [DVD]
Phantom of the Opera / Love Never Dies (Double Pack) [DVD]
Prince: Live At The Aladdin, Las Vegas [DVD]
Prince - Sign 'O' The Times [DVD]
Prince - The Hits Collection [1993] [DVD]
Purple Rain [DVD] 2 Disk 20th Anniversary Edition
Queen: Greatest Video Hits 2 (Box Set) [DVD]
Under The Cherry Moon [1986] [DVD]


Had a load more on VHS and in my naivety assumed they would come out on DVD at the time when I gave them away, but many never did.

The pair I miss the most are Prince's Lovesexy 1 & 2 tour shows.
 

rpr

Active Member
I've a resonable amount, mixture of DVD & Blu-ray plus laserdisc. All either rock or blues. A few that are hard to get now
 

plissken99

Novice Member
AC/DC Live at Donnington Blu Ray

I own lots of concert DVDs, BDs and UHDs, that one is just magical. The transparency for a live recording is insane, it’s like Angus’ amp is in the room!
 

nosuchthingasa

Active Member
Talking Heads - Stop making Sense if you can count that as a Live Music disc
I do, and one of the best. Really nice build...
 

HeweyBoy101

Active Member
My favourites are listed according to the best concert videos for sound quality, as that has to be the most important crireria for me 👍🏼

I have more than 100 but these are the ones I rate the highest.

DVD:

Eagles - Hell Freezes Over
Eric Clapton - MTV Unplugged
Fleetwood Mac - The Dance

Blu-Ray:

Ed Sheeran - Jumpers for Goalposts
Adele - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
Amy Winehouse - I Told You I Was Trouble
Chris Botti Live - With Orchestra asn Special Guests (96khz / 24bit audio to die for!)
Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds - Live at Radio City
Eagles - Farewell I Tour
Eric Clapton - Slowhand at 70 -Live at The Royal Albert Hall
Jeff Beck: Performing This Week ... Live at Ronnie Scott’s
Legends of Jazz: Showcase with Ramsey Lewis
Madonna: Sticky & Sweet Tour
Michael Buble: Caught In The Act
Norah Jones: Live at Ronnie Scott’s
The Police: Certifiable
Roy Orbison: Black and White Night
Shine a Light (Rolling Stones)
 
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Delta38

Active Member
Just Bought Cold Play Live 2012.
Not bad a very colourfull looking Production .
 

Delta38

Active Member
A bit of a mixed bag, all Blu Rays - got a few musicals too.

So musicals first (don’t judge)! :D

Bugsy Malone
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
Grease
Jersey boys
LalaLand
Les Miserables
Miss Saigon
Mamma Mia
My Fair Lady
Sound Of Music
South Pacific
War of the worlds
West side story
Yentl

then concerts...

Adele At The Albert Hall
Alan Parsons Project live in Colombia
Dire Straits Alchemy
ELO out of the blue
Eric Clapton slowhand at 70
Hans zimmer Prague
Led Zeppelin the song remains the same
Metallica Through the Never
Supertramp live in Paris
Roger Waters the wall
Toto

Opera Blu Rays

Tosca
Verdi La Traviata <— this is a really good performance. A bit of trivia, this is the opera that Julia Roberts and Richard Gere watch in Pretty Woman, where Julia Roberts’ character is moved to tears by the opera. What you may not know is that the film Pretty Woman is actually based on the story of La Traviata, and yes, it is such a beautiful opera it could move you to tears!!! If you’re not into opera but open to a new experience, I’d highly recommend La Traviata, probably one of the easiest operas to get into, and one of the most beautiful pieces of music ever!

...and finally, movies with a musical theme - but not quite musicals..

Prince Purple Rain
The Commitments



vvvv Not the version of La Traviata I have, but will give you an idea of what it’s all about...

I just can't Stomach Opera , kind of like a Dinosaur stuck in a Tar Pit.
As for musicals mostly NOT eg The Greatest Show man , Rocket Man , Sound of Music , These only
get on my Nerves kinda like scratching your nails over a Black Board.
If I was to see these at a Garage sale , I would walk on.
But we live in a World where everyone has different Tastes , But they can Keep them.
 

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