Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by ponkine, Jan 16, 2020.
The Wedding Present- Punk
Steve Hackett - The Tokyo Tapes
Fantastic line up including John Wetton, Ian McDonald and Chester Thompson
However shaky the performance is... I’d still love to have a proper release.
I have several of his videos, but not this one,
its on laserdisc, so thats good enough quality for me:
Sting - The Soul Cages Concert
forgot about this one. Surely it must have been shot in hd?
There were a few laser discs too, I think I still have one or two somewhere.
Don't have a Laserdisc player
That's why I'd love to have it on Blu Ray
Lou Reeds Live straight through of the New York album. Oops that was released on VHS. Well, I guess I’d like it on DVD.
AC/DC - Largo 1981
Filmed on film
It could easily be the best Brian Johnson years release on Blu Ray
Yes, definitely shot in HD. Also, they could include the two songs from the concert missing on the DVD version in “Getting in Tune” and “Mary Ann With the Shaky Hand”.
Scorpions - Moscow Peace Festival 1989.
Such historic gig and wonderful performance. Perhaps an official release is in the works, since they've been uploading songs since last year.
Not a concert, but I’d love to retire my laserdisc.
Metallica - Live S*** Seattle 1989
Creedence Clearwater Revival
I even create a thread about it
Creedence Clearwater Revival - The comprehensive footage 1968 - 1972
on BD-True Lies
No Nukes - the MUSE Concert. Bruce Springsteen, Jackson Browne, CSN, Bonnie Raitt, Gil Scott Heron, James Taylor, Carly Simon, Tom Petty...well worth a re-release, but I have little hope since it hasn't happened by now. I used to have it on Betamax!
Yes, I'd love to see this one day. Roger Waters mimed only the "Waiting For The Worms" rant back then.
And, no, the Alan Parker film has not been released in bluray yet.
I'd love an HD release of Urgh! A Music War.
Cardiacs' Maresnest would be a marvel in HD too, but sadly impossible as I imagine the whole thing was shot on video.
Neil Diamond - Love at The Greek 1976
Of course, Thank You Australia 1976 would be a great bonus
Simon & Garfunkel - The Concert in Central Park
Oasis, Live by the Sea, 1995. Incredible gig at the peak of their game and nicely shot on film.
Phil Collins - Live At Perkins Palace 1982
Of course, the Secret Policeman's Other Ball 1981 would be a wonderful bonus addition. The historic first time he performed as a solo artist.
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers- Take the Highway
Grand Funk - Live 1974
And Shea Stadium 1971
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