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

    I forgot that one when I posted about ELP!

    GREAT concert that deserves a Blu Ray as well

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  2. ponkine

    ponkine Forum Resident Thread Starter

    We'd love a separate release. Same with 'Pulse'

    The 'Later Years' box is way overpriced

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  3. ponkine

    ponkine Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Scorpions - Live at The Wacken Open Air 2006

    The best late Scorpions concert footage. Yet the DVD ommitted several classics

  4. Radiophonic_

    Radiophonic_ Forum Resident

    Royal Oak MI
    I never really bought music VHS/DVD because most of the bands I liked didn’t have any or they were only in PAL format. But I’d say the Elvis Costello & Burt Bacharach Sessions at West 54th would be one I’d grab. And The Divine Comedy’s Live at the Palladium, I guess, though the DVD is fine. Maybe Urgh - A Music War, though the Warner Archives MOD disc was better than I expected.
  5. negative1

    negative1 80s retro fan

    there's talk of a remaster and reissue of this.

    i had the laserdisc of this, which is good enough quality:

    Ministry - In Case You Didn't Feel Like Showing Up (Live)

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  6. negative1

    negative1 80s retro fan

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  7. stef1205

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    Bob Dylan : Hard Rain / Fort Collins 1976
    There is only the bootleg version with red sibtitles running over the screen. Awesome performance
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  8. Guy Smiley

    Guy Smiley America’s Favorite Game Show Host

    Sesame Street
    Yeah... That, and the other performance (Clearwater?) filmed around that time would make an amazing package.

    The Dylan/Petty Hard to Handle video should be released again too.
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  9. Jackstar74

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    Fleetwood Mac - Mirage 1982 Tour. It's been released on a grey area dvd. You'd think when they put the Super Deluxe together this would've been included, but we only got the edited audio from that show. I want the full unedited show on Blu Ray!
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  10. Jackstar74

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    And as much as I love Kiss, to put the Kissology series on Blu Ray would defeat the purpose as KISS was notorious for shooting their shows on video cassette...not even film, so there would really be no hi-def upgrade. If they could secure the rights to shows that were actually shot on film (Japan 77 show), that would be cool.
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  11. ponkine

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    Sting - The Soul Cages Concert

    From all of his official releases, it's one of his finest performances

  12. ponkine

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    Pink Floyd - Live at Pompeii

    Yes, there's been gazillion releases from this one ... but none as standalone Blu Ray

    For worse, most of releases suffered from higher pitch/speed. Almost a semitone higher. Here's an example

    The director's cut with the even higher pitch Dark Side of The Moon scenes is really annoying. This begs for a decent official Blu Ray.

  13. bgart13

    bgart13 Forum Resident

    Mundelein, IL
    I'd love to get The Ramones' IT'S ALIVE concert film on bd. I was disappointed it wasn't included in the anniversary set from 2019. Oh, and they'd need to dig up the missing footage and include it (even if damaged).

    I'd also love to see The Cramps' "Human Fly" film restored and preserved in HD, as well as any of their many recorded shows released for fans missing Lux's presence (esp. their shows filmed in 3D that Lux had done).
  14. The Slipperman

    The Slipperman Forum Resident

    Boise, ID, USA
  15. newelectricmuse

    newelectricmuse Forum Resident

    ...and the BÖC half as well please!
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  16. Eiricd

    Eiricd Forum Resident

    Spot on about Dio. The dvd was ok, but the subsequent blu-ray upgrade was spot on.
    Important note; that was shot on film (16mm, but still) - so it can and most likely will benefit from a hd transfer. Anything shot on videotape will not have the same potential.
  17. Why was the pitch off? PAL video editing? Just curious, thanks.

    P.S. 100% agree this needs a nice blu-ray. Supposedly Maben has done HD transfers that have been screened somewhere. Yet here we are . . . with nothing.
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  18. NunoBento

    NunoBento Rock 'n' Roll Star

    THIS. And I add Live at Pompeii.
  19. ponkine

    ponkine Forum Resident Thread Starter

    I think it's probably the same problem as Genesis In Concert 1976

    As a comment says, when a film is transfered 25 frames per second, it makes running 4% faster that it was supposed to. Changing that to 24 frames per second correct the speed and pitch

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  21. HotelYorba101

    HotelYorba101 Forum Resident

    Prince, live in 1988 for the Lovesexy tour - broadcasted and released on VHS but never in higher quality
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  22. ponkine

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    Jean Michel Jarre - The Concerts in China 1981

    Surely there's a lot of original footage that I'd love to see re-edited to present the complete performance, and not filling with offstage images and China at the time in general. Or at least a 'Director's cut' to choose each version we'd like to see on the menu

  23. ponkine

    ponkine Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Santana - Tanglewood 1970

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  24. DPK

    DPK Forum Resident

    Lexington, SC
    Guided by Voices- Live and Uncensored in Los Angeles

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