The Concert DVD/BR thread

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Re: The Concert DVD/BR thread
« Reply #120 on: 20 Jun 2018, 04:07 pm »
             

               Move Me Brightly: Celebrating Jerry Garcia's 70th Birthday, Bob Weir's TRI Studios, San Rafael, CA 2013
               Audio: excellent, DTS HD Master Audio, LPCM Stereo
               Video: excellent, 16:9, 1080i HD widescreen
               Performance: outstanding
               Genre: Rock

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Re: The Concert DVD/BR thread
« Reply #121 on: 20 Jun 2018, 04:14 pm »
       

            Bela Fleck and the Flecktones - Live at the Quick, Fairfield, CT  2000
            Audio: excellent, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround, PCM Stereo
            Video: excellent, Digital Master
            Performance: stellar
            Genre: Jazz, Fusion, World

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Re: The Concert DVD/BR thread
« Reply #122 on: 24 Jun 2018, 08:22 am »
             

                Supertramp - Live In Paris 1979
                Audio: excellent, LPCM stereo, Dolby HD Master
                Video: very good, remastered
                Performance: stellar, if a fan I'd say this is definitely worth having
                Genre: Progressive Rock
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Re: The Concert DVD/BR thread
« Reply #123 on: 22 Jul 2018, 07:25 am »
             

               Terje Rypdal, Miroslav Vitous and Trilok Gurtu - Live in Concert - Stuttgart 1994
               Audio: very good to excellent- PCM Stereo, DD 5.1, DTS 5.1
               Video: vg to excellent - 4:3
               Performance: excellent (imo)
               Genre: Jazz

           

             Emerson, Lake & Palmer: Live at Montreaux 1997
             Audio: excellent - LPCM Stereo, DD 5.1, DTS HD Master Audio
             Video: excellent - Bluray 1080i HD 16:9
             Performance: vg-excellent
             Genre: Progressive Rock

             

              Steeleye Span: A Twentieth Anniversary Celebration
              Audio: excellent - PCm Stereo ? no info or audio selection option
              Video: very good - 4:3
              Performance: excellent
              Genre: English Folk Rock

             

               Fairport Convention: Maidstone 1970
               Audio: fair to poor - live rough recording at outdoor concert
               Video: fair - see above
               Performance: fair
               Genre: English Folk/Folk Rock
             

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Re: The Concert DVD/BR thread
« Reply #124 on: 25 Sep 2018, 02:10 pm »
Hans Zimmer- Live in Prague, 2016
Audio: Excellent - Lpcm stereo, Dolby Atmos
Video: 1080p High Definition, excellent
Performance: excellent
Genre: movie soundtracks, orchestra
Comments:
   Listened in Lpcm stereo piggybacked through external dac thru digital dac in pre-amp. Also tried Dolby Atmos, found Lpcm to have more organic quality, bass more solid. My system not set up for Dolby Atmos so may out perform Lpcm on said system.
 Audio in digital stereo mode did not clip the display, thus meeting the THX standard. IMO music was complex, perhaps tedious at times, but musicianship was top notch and some tracks stellar. Lady on the 5 string bass hit some really low notes which if you have the speakers for add a wow factor.

Rate 5 out of 5 stars



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Re: The Concert DVD/BR thread
« Reply #125 on: 25 Sep 2018, 02:26 pm »
Ted Nugent- Motor City Mayhem blu ray
Audio: excellent, Lpcm, dts HD, Dolby Digital 5.1
Video: excellent, 1080i High Definition widesrceen
Performance: Very Good not his best IMO, would have preferred a different set list with my favorite song of his, Hibernation.
Genre: Hard Rock
Comments:
   Audio constantly clipped display thus not meeting THX standard. Would have preferred Ted's guitar to be a bit louder so that I could follow his playing. However the sound was balanced and the best recording I have heard coming from Ted Nugent.

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars



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Re: The Concert DVD/BR thread
« Reply #126 on: 8 Oct 2018, 05:11 pm »
Sade- Bring Me Home, Live 2011- Blu ray
Audio: outstanding - Lpcm, dts Master audio 5.1, Dolby Digital 5.1
Video: excellent, region 0 worldwide
Performance: excellent
Genre: smooth jazz
Comments: IMO Sade's blu ray Shows Off my stereo's capabilities to the highest level. Listened in Lpcm, dts-master audio also high fidelity, Digital Dolby not as good.

Rating: 5 out of 5



Also have Sade-Live dvd 1994 which IMO is a slightly better performance but audio not as good as blu ray. And Sade- Lovers Live, very good with different set list.

Rating: 5 out of 5




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Re: The Concert DVD/BR thread
« Reply #127 on: 8 Oct 2018, 05:53 pm »

Rating: 5 out of 5


 :thumb:  Agree completely. One smokin' performance.

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Re: The Concert DVD/BR thread
« Reply #128 on: 11 Oct 2018, 05:15 am »
George Thorogood & the Destroyers- Live at Montreux 2013- Blu ray
Audio: Lpcm, dts-HD Master audio 5.1
Video: excellent
Performance: excellent, missing Gear Jammer and You Talk too Much in set list
Genre: Blues Rock
Comments: Listened in Lpcm on new Yamaha bd-a1060
Rating: 4.5 out of 5




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Re: The Concert DVD/BR thread
« Reply #129 on: 11 Oct 2018, 05:20 am »
I love that you kept this going.  I haven't collected that many that I can add in the last few years since my HT (AT screen) came down.  But I did pick up some, not all of which I've watched (such as Behemoth's live one).

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Re: The Concert DVD/BR thread
« Reply #130 on: 11 Oct 2018, 05:27 am »
I love that you kept this going.  I haven't collected that many that I can add in the last few years since my HT (AT screen) came down.  But I did pick up some, not all of which I've watched (such as Behemoth's live one).

Thanks, I have a lot more to come. I got tired of listening to some dvd's because of compression.

Mag

Re: The Concert DVD/BR thread
« Reply #131 on: 12 Oct 2018, 06:31 pm »
             

                Supertramp - Live In Paris 1979
                Audio: excellent, LPCM stereo, Dolby HD Master
                Video: very good, remastered
                Performance: stellar, if a fan I'd say this is definitely worth having
                Genre: Progressive Rock

I received my copy in the mail and I have to comment on this concert.
IME this is one of the best concerts I have heard. For those who have the Cd- Crime of the Century, re-mastered you know how good a recording this is. Well the blu ray blows that away, sounds like you are at the concert. The concert starts out with 'School' and I gotta say when the guy jumps on the piano it sounds like a real piano.

Even has the song 'Fool's Overture' which was missing from my collection.

Mag

Re: The Concert DVD/BR thread
« Reply #132 on: Yesterday at 03:19 pm »
Emerson Lake & Palmer- Pictures at and Exhibition 2010, special edition dvd
Audio: excellent, pcm mono recording
Video: excellent 4:3
Performance: excellent
Genre: progressive rock
Comments: This is a excellent video of the December 1970 performance. However during the performance the video frequently goes into psychedelic graphics which can be annoying when you really want to see this historic event.
Sound quality is excellent with this mono recording. There are a few flaws in the performance, I also have the cd version which I am quite familiar, which is played perfect, but I believe that was a later date performance. 

Rating: 4.5 out of 5




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Re: The Concert DVD/BR thread
« Reply #134 on: Yesterday at 10:56 pm »
Tangerine Dream- Live in America 1992 cd/dvd
Audio: good, Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital stereo
Video: good 4:3
Performance: good, set list okay
Genre: art rock/electronic
Rating: 3 out of 5