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    Quote Originally Posted by recoveryone View Post
    Attachment 92119I read through this thread and was surprised that no one mention Sade Live 2011 on BluRay

    DTS HD MASTER, the PQ is top notch. Sade covers her full collection of work for the last 20 years and even at 50+ yrs of age she is still stunning to view.
    Own everything by her, I wish they would put all her work on SACD..

    FANTASTIC BLURAY!!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by vcwatkins View Post
    Not a Blu-ray, but...

    Norah Jones in New Orleans HoB '02 DVD has excellent audio, and I actually love the low def video only because it's not edited by some idiot with ADD trying to bring action to the video. He just lets the musicians' performance come through with long cuts from enough angles to maximize interest and avoids audience shots almost entirely. Sorta mimics what my eyes might be doing if watching live. The show is simply produced with a good selection of tunes and skillful, understated performances from the band (no guest artists).

    Bought it for a buck plus shipping used on Amazon. Great deal and prolly worth more to me than half my Blu-Ray concerts.

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    I will have to pick this up, I thought I had everything by her, Love her as well...
    No Way But The Hard Way, So Get Used To It!!!

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    Rihanna's World Tour is a good one to buy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tornado Red View Post
    If anyone's looking for a little variety, I highly recommend both of David Foster's blu-ray concerts done in Vegas at Mandalay Bay. Hit Man and Hit Man Returns look fantastic on blu-ray and sound even better. Just some great acts, Boz Scaggs, Blake Shelton, Josh Groban and on and on. Hit Man Returns has Jackie Evancho, Earth, Wind and Fire, Neyo, Seal, Kenny Logins, Chaka Kahn, Gary Wright and more. This disc also has one of the last appearances by Donna Summer. They are 2 that get a lot of replay time from my library of concerts. Both these discs are those rare ones that you can sit down with your significant other and both enjoy the music. You've heard of date night movies? Well, these are date night concerts...
    TR, I was checking out the David Foster Hit Man and OutCastColt's Chris Botti blu ray selections and noticed the lovely and beautiful Renee Olstead sings some songs on 2 of them.

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    Isn't she something? She's on the first Hit Man, right? Don't think she was much more than 19 at the time. I was counting the other night and discovered I have 125 blu-ray concerts now (it's a sickness, apparently) but don't have that early Chris Botti one, just his Live In Boston BD. Would you recommend it?

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    I don't have that earlier Chris Botti blu ray, but have seen some of it on YouTube and it looks and sounds good. I will_ be buying it and David Foster Hit Man BRs:). Another suggestion to throw out there and this is only on DVD right now is Mario Frangoulis singing with The Boston Pops in concert. Might have been a PBS release and hard to find now. It looks and sounds great on YouTube. There are a few songs he does with the ever so lovely and beautiful Hayley Westenra that are awesome. I would love to see this one out on Blu Ray.

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    Foreigner: Live [Blu-ray] (2008)


    The list of songs I like:
    Waiting For A Girl Like You
    Starrider
    Juke Box Hero
    I Want to Know What Love Is
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    Speakers: McIntosh XR100 Fronts, LSiC Center, LSi/FX Surrounds.
    Player: Oppo 95.
    Amps: McIntosh MC302, B&K Ref 200.7 S2.
    Pres: B&K Ref 50, B&K Ref 31
    Subs: SVS PB12+,

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    Player: OPPO 105.
    Preamp: B&K Ref 50 S2.
    Amp: Bryston 3B SST.
    Sub: Rythmik F12.
    Sub management: SMS-1.
    Headphones: HD800, HD380, SRH-1840. Headphone amp: Woo WA2.
    Room treatment: GIK Room Kit #1.

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    The Dukes Of September: Donald Fagen, Michael McDonald, Box Scaggs. Live from Lincoln Center
    Watched this last night, just excellent. Great video for a concert, can't say anything bad about it. Audio as well, listened to the DTS HD Master 5.1 track. Great separation, though not much going on in the surrounds but audience applause, as it should be. Found I had to crank the volume a bit, but fantastic sound. They play each other's songs with wonderful results. Highly recommended if you're a fan of any of these 3. Set list:

    People Get Up and Drive Your Funky Soul
    Whos That Lady?
    Sweet Soul Music
    I Keep Forgettin
    Kid Charlegmagne
    The Same Thing
    Miss Sun
    You Can Never Tell
    What A Fool Believes
    Hey Nineteen
    Love T.K.O.
    Peg
    Lowdown
    Takin It To The Streets
    Reelin In The Years
    Lido Shuffle
    Pretzel Logic
    Them Changes

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    I picked up the new Celtic Woman blu ray titled Emerald from Amazon. Looks and sounds great, definitely worth a spin.

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    All My Friends - tribute to Gregg Allman

    Fantastic disc, pristine video and great audio with Dolby TrueHD 2.0 and 5.1 options. Recorded earlier this year. If you like concert discs this one is a must have IMO.


    Set List:

    "Come & Go Blues" feat. Warren Haynes on lead vocal
    "End of the Line" feat. Warren Haynes and Derek Trucks
    "Stand Back" feat. Susan Tedeschi
    "Can't Lose What You Never Had" feat. Devon Allman, Jimmy Hall and Robert Randolph
    "Please Call Home" feat. Sam Moore
    "Just Another Rider" feat. Keb Mo
    "Just Before the Bullets Fly" feat. Brantley Gilbert
    "Let This Be A Lesson To Ya" feat. Dr. John
    "Queen of Hearts" feat. Pat Monahan
    "One Way Out" feat. John Hiatt
    "Statesboro Blues" feat. Gregg Allman and Taj Mahal
    "Just Ain't Easy" feat. Widespread Panic
    "Wasted Words" feat. Widespread Panic
    "I'm No Angel" feat. Trace Adkins
    "Trouble No More" feat. Trace Adkins
    "Multi-Colored Lady" feat. Vince Gill
    "All My Friends" feat. Martina McBride
    "Can You Fool" feat. Pat Monahan and Martina McBride
    "Ain't Wastin' Time No More" feat. Eric Church
    "Win, Lose or Draw" feat. Eric Church
    "These Days" feat. Gregg Allman and Jackson Browne
    "Melissa" feat. Gregg Allman and Jackson Browne
    "Midnight Rider" feat. Gregg Allman, Zac Brown and Vince Gill

    Encore:
    "Dreams" feat. Gregg Allman, Derek Trucks, Warren Haynes and Allman Brothers Band
    "Whipping Post" feat. Gregg Allman, Derek Trucks, Warren Haynes and Allman Brothers Band
    "Will the Circle Be Unbroken" feat. All Artists
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    I know it's not a BD but the Nirvana live and loud DVD is fantastic. My only beef with it is how they said everything was previously not released. Total bs as I hold my 93' bootleg VHS, I count that as released!!!

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    just got bob dylan's 30th anniversary blu ray...very good vibe...bob was sort of understandable..he was playing acoustic solo - very well, i must add..i remember this when it was first broadcast..its a great vibe..they should have deleted sinead oconnor..especially at the end - with her scowl. wtf did she expect?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tornado Red View Post
    The Dukes Of September: Donald Fagen, Michael McDonald, Box Scaggs. Live from Lincoln Center
    Watched this last night, just excellent. Great video for a concert, can't say anything bad about it. Audio as well, listened to the DTS HD Master 5.1 track. Great separation, though not much going on in the surrounds but audience applause, as it should be. Found I had to crank the volume a bit, but fantastic sound. They play each other's songs with wonderful results. Highly recommended if you're a fan of any of these 3. Set list:

    People Get Up and Drive Your Funky Soul
    Whos That Lady?
    Sweet Soul Music
    I Keep Forgettin
    Kid Charlegmagne
    The Same Thing
    Miss Sun
    You Can Never Tell
    What A Fool Believes
    Hey Nineteen
    Love T.K.O.
    Peg
    Lowdown
    Takin It To The Streets
    Reelin In The Years
    Lido Shuffle
    Pretzel Logic
    Them Changes
    I bought this and watched it and it was excellent, so thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by voltz View Post
    I bought this and watched it and it was excellent, so thanks!
    Glad you liked it. Gets a lot of play at my house.

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    Up and coming blu-ray concerts I'll have an interest in getting, thought I'd share here:

    Ian Anderson - Thick As A Brick - Live In Iceland - Aug.26/14

    Justin Hayward - Spirits_ Live At The Buckhead Theater Atlanta - Aug.19/14

    ZZ Top - Live At Montreux 2013 - July 22/14
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    I have to see "Thick as a Brick" Live :)

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