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

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

  1. newelectricmuse

    newelectricmuse Forum Resident

    Van Morrison - The Concert and Van Morrison - In Ireland never made it to DVD. And can we have the complete version of Van at the Rainbow (the DVD with the ITLTSN reissue didn't include all the tracks that exist).
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  2. Guy Smiley

    Guy Smiley America’s Favorite Game Show Host

    Sesame Street
    Billy Joel Live From Long Island... A great one, only ever released on VHS and (I believe?) Laserdisc:

  3. ponkine

    ponkine Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Jean Luc Ponty - Montreux 1982

    Simply astounding performance

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  4. AlienRendel

    AlienRendel Forum Resident

    Chicago, il
    Neil Young in Berlin
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  5. The Slipperman

    The Slipperman Forum Resident

    Boise, ID, USA
    Ministry-In Case You Didn't Feel Like Showing Up (never even made it to DVD and may not have been filmed in high enough quality)
    Napalm Death-Live Corruption (did make it to DVD)
    Rush - any of their '80s concerts although I think ESL would be the only one with good enough video quality to be a bluray.

    On a side note but relevant to this thread, Dio's Finding the Sacred Heart bluray is the gold standard of how this type of thing should be done. Dio had the typical approx. 90 minute VHS release of a concert from 1985 in Philadelphia. As we all know, for some reason, '80s video releases were only 90-100 minutes and always left songs out. This Dio release has fantastic picture (they even remastered it in 16:9) and sound and includes all the unreleased songs as well. Really frustrating to see all so many DVD releases of '80s concert videos in the last 10 years that don't add any of the left out songs and don't do great at touching up the video either.
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  6. Sea Within a Sea

    Sea Within a Sea Forum Resident

    Los Angeles

    I really enjoy these DVD compilations from Jools Holland's show (I have four of them) and I wish they were upgraded to HD. For those of us living in the States who don't have access to "Later," a blu-ray box set of live performances from the show would be a treasure.
  7. ponkine

    ponkine Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Jimmy Page & Robert Plant - Unledded

    They could easily fill a second Blu Ray full of 90s performances. There're even FAN Blu Ray releases like Irvine 1995

  8. ponkine

    ponkine Forum Resident Thread Starter

    King Crimson - Argentina 1994

    Amazing concerts ... BEYOND AWFUL edit, with loads of out of focus shots

  9. gabacabriel

    gabacabriel Forum Resident

    Bristol, UK
  10. ponkine

    ponkine Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Pat Metheny - Germany 1978

    Extraordinary performance and first document of Pat Metheny Group

  11. gabacabriel

    gabacabriel Forum Resident

    Bristol, UK
    And THIS.
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  12. thxphotog

    thxphotog Camera Nerd

    Los Angeles, CA
    I need Elvis Aloha from Hawaii.

    Yes, shot on video so no crazy improvement expected, however, with what they're doing lately with HD remasters of music videos, perhaps there is something that can be done. A 5.1 remix uncompressed audio track would be most welcomed.
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  13. keithdylan

    keithdylan Forum Resident

    Elton John in Edinburgh, and make it complete. The complete version is on YouTube.
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  14. ponkine

    ponkine Forum Resident Thread Starter

    U2 - Zoo TV Live From Sydney

    There's LOAD of footage and complete 1992 concerts they could add as second Blu Ray. Of course, the 'Outside Broadcast' 1992 as well.

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  15. Floydhead1989

    Floydhead1989 Well-Known Member

    Elmira, NY
    Black Sabbath's half of the Black and Blue coheadling tour with BOC, Nassau Colisuem, 10/17/80'. It was releseased on VHS cassette, Beta Max and laserdisc but has yet to releasesd on DVD. I really wish they could have worked something out so it could have been used it for the Heaven and Hell 2010 disc 2 deluxe relase. It nearly came out in on DVD in 02' & 04' before being postponed then cancelled. I think Iommi veoted its release for soundtechincal reasons though the I think performance was magnificent.
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  16. ponkine

    ponkine Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Rush - Exit ... Stage Left

    If they could find the masters, to re-edit the complete concert, without the "special effects" and commentary through some parts, it would be a dream come true for all Rush fans

  17. ponkine

    ponkine Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Steven Wilson - Germany 2013

    Sadly, to this day, only a few songs have been released, as part of 'Drive Home' documentary. That's it

  18. ponkine

    ponkine Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Radiohead - Glastonbury 1997

    Voted by fans as the best ever Glastonbury concert

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  19. ponkine

    ponkine Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Phil Collins - Serious Hits ... Live!

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  20. Anthology123

    Anthology123 Senior Member

    Not even on DVD (not counting bootlegs) yet:

    last version was on Laserdisc
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  21. SoporJoe

    SoporJoe Top 5 Reviewer

    British Columbia
    God forbid any other releases are mentioned. :rolleyes:

    Oh, and Ministry’s In Case You Didn’t Feel Like Showing Up.
  22. denesis

    denesis Forum Resident

    Arlington, WA
    It was even announced ahead of time that it would come out on Blu-ray and HD-DVD, as the format war hadn't quite been settled yet. I recall hearing some BS about how there "wasn't a market" for this show on Blu-ray, yet oddly we did get Mike & The Mechanics Live at Shepherd's Hush, so go figure.
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  23. BwanaBob

    BwanaBob Forum Resident

    Maryland, USA
    ELP live in Montreal with the orchestra 1977. I assume it was filmed and not video, else forget it, can't clean up old 480p too much.
  24. ponkine

    ponkine Forum Resident Thread Starter


    Compiled as far as 2004, and later discovered a lot previously unseen and believed lost footage.
    I bet this could be the highest ever selling Floyd Blu Ray

  25. BwanaBob

    BwanaBob Forum Resident

    Maryland, USA
    I was at one of these shows; I've been dying for this release.

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