2020 and not on Blu Ray. Your favourite VHS/DVD/unreleased concerts

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by ponkine, Jan 16, 2020.

  1. ponkine

    ponkine Forum Resident Thread Starter


    It's 2020. A new decade ... yet most of VHS/Laserdisc/DVD concerts have never been edited on Blu Ray. Let alone the previously unreleased vaults ones.

    What are your fav concerts on those old formats you'd love to see on Blu Ray?

    have fun

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  2. Bill

    Bill Senior Member

    Eastern Shore
    Laser Disc!
    Beatles at Budokan
    Knack at Carnegie Hall

    BRODNATION The Future Never Dies because Tomorrow Never Knows

  4. ponkine

    ponkine Forum Resident Thread Starter

    I'll start with a wonderful concert. Yes back to their prime in the 90s
    It was well documented with the beautiful 2 double CD album 'Keys To Ascension'.

    Sadly, the video is unwatchable. Loaded with silly and dated effects.

    It's quite possible that the 3 complete nights were filmed. So, as Pink Floyd did, I'd LOVE a brand new edit and transfer from the master tapes, along with a beautifully remixed soundtrack in stereo and 5.1

  5. ponkine

    ponkine Forum Resident Thread Starter

    The Beatles - Anthology

    Can't believe it's been more than 15 years, yet they still haven't released the set on Blu Ray

    With literally hours of footage they could add. And of course, upgrading all the promo clips from 1+ Blu Ray.

  6. mark winstanley

    mark winstanley Pick up a fast car, burn my name in the road

    Pink Floyd The Wall live.... we know they have it :)

    Edit; in fact, is the movie on bluray yet?

    PADYBU Forum Resident

    Nina Simone - Live at Montreux 1976

    the 480p 60fps DVD rip is good enough for me though

    a stand alone Bob Dylan Live '66 blu-ray would be sweet
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  8. Vinyl Socks

    Vinyl Socks Forum Resident

    DuBois, PA
    Agreed...not to mention it will be 25 years in November...
    I'm guessing this will happen eventually, but ya never know when!
  9. Vinyl Socks

    Vinyl Socks Forum Resident

    DuBois, PA
    Tourfilm - R.E.M.
    Hammersmith Odeon London 1975 - Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band
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  10. blastfurniss

    blastfurniss Forum Resident

    Marion, OH, USA
    Springsteen Born in the USA tour. Several shows were filmed by NFL Films and other than some usage in the Born to Run video to promote the Live 75-85 box set none of it has ever been released. Would love to see the Hammersmith concert from the Born to Run box released on Blu Ray as well.

    The Tragically Hip-That Night in Toronto
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  11. Eiricd

    Eiricd Forum Resident

    On DVD, should be on blu ray

    *Springsteen; New York 2000, Barcelona 2002 (in desperate need of a remix though)
    *Fogerty; Long Road Home, Albert Hall (hell, Red Rocks...)
    * Queen & Paul Rodgers; all 3 DVD’s
    * Meat Loaf - Melbourne 2004 (w symphony)
    * Kiss - Rock the Nation (preferably with a less hectic edit. Last time Paul Stanley sounded good)
  12. audiotom

    audiotom Ground Control to Major Tom

    New Orleans La USA

    close the thread

    need super expanded interview extras left on the cutting room floor
    as it is us major fans that will buy it
  13. audiotom

    audiotom Ground Control to Major Tom

    New Orleans La USA
    Let it be

    add more grit
  14. Jim B.

    Jim B. Forum Resident

    Ready Steady Go stuff.

    There were some VHS releases in the 80's, I have the Otis special, but I believe nothing much since as the guy from the Dave Clark 5 owns it all and either is sitting on it or wants too much money to licence it. But the wealth of essential material really needs a high profile release with the best picture and sound possible.
  15. Antenociticus

    Antenociticus Well-Known Member

    These have never even made it to DVD. . .

    Joe Jackson
    Big World Sessions

    Graham Parker
    Live at Park West Chicago

    Through The Camera Eye

    BoB Dylan and TP&H
    Hard to Handle I have a Brazilian bootleg which is passable - love to see the original
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  16. dthomas850

    dthomas850 Forum Resident

    Cleveland, Ohio
    David Byrne - Between the Teeth
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  17. alex1976delarge

    alex1976delarge Well-Known Member

    Oh when will The Cure In Orange make it to blu ray or even dvd???
  18. Man at C&A

    Man at C&A Forum Resident

    I have ever I think is the majority of the surviving Ready Steady Go material and it isn't much at all. It's mostly from 1964. I'd love to be wrong. This is the missing show I'd most like to be found. Marc Bolan in 1966, Hendrix on the same show, Ready Steady Who, Prince Buster, James Brown. So much great stuff that probably doesn't exist now.
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  19. Man at C&A

    Man at C&A Forum Resident

    As far as VHS releases not out on DVD go:

    Status Quo - End of the Road
    Chas & Dave - A Great Night in with... (I'm not kidding! I'd love to see and own this.)

    A totally reworked Queen Rare Live set would have potential to be amazing. Massively expanded with as much material as possible. It would be a good way to gather good but not perfect quality live footage from Hyde Park 1976 and from foreign TV.
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  20. JAuz

    JAuz Forum Resident

    I'm not sure that those were captured on film. NFL Films seems to have been involved in the editing portion, not the recording, according this 1987 article. Springsteen's "own video crew" did the recording according to the article, although it doesn't specify if that was on videotape or film.

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  21. Bingo Bongo

    Bingo Bongo Music gives me Eargasms

    Beatles - Let It Be. But we know it's coming soon.
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  22. sbeck201

    sbeck201 Forum Resident

    Wreay, Cumbria, UK
    Genesis - When In Rome

    Sky TV show it in Hi-Def but with only stereo sound, whereas the DVD had Dolby 5.1.

    I remember at the time the DVD came out it was stated they didn't want to release it on Blu-Ray due to the additional cost.
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  23. ponkine

    ponkine Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Deep Purple - History, Hits & Highlights '68-'76

    The best DP visual document. It needs to be in high quality

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  24. ponkine

    ponkine Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Likewise, Led Zeppelin DVD

    It's time to add the long-time rumored footage from 1970, 1971 and 1977

  25. Dan Loretangeli

    Dan Loretangeli Well-Known Member

    New Jersey
    Genesis - In Concert

    The Laserdisc released just 45 minutes of this holy grail footage from the '76 tour with Mr. Bruford. Tony Maylem reportedly has the raw footage from two shows in his possession. If a show (or shows) needed a Blu-Ray release, its these.

    One can hope...


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