Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by ponkine, Jan 16, 2020.
Tom Petty - Pack Up The Plantation Live
I had it on n Laserdisc.
Stone roses - Blackpool
Parliament/ funkadelic - Houston 76
I add Maine Road 1996 as well
In 5.1 too, please!
Hanoi Rocks: All Those Wasted Years
I think these have never even been on DVD let along Blu:
The Police - Around The World (There's a bunch of potential bonus material also from the East/West documentary of the same tour)
The Rolling Stones - Video Rewind - A great compilation of all their videos would be not sure - why they haven't!
The Rolling Stones - 25 x 5 - How about 50 x 7??
Sting - Unplugged - this did get a laserdisc release but I really like this show.
Fleetwood Mac - Mirage '82 - what an awesome video. It was a true shame the laserdisc only had 60 of the 90 minutes but the real shame was no re-release on the
Fleetwood Mac - "On Tour" A cool one hour video from the "Tusk" era.
Pete Townshend - Brixton 1985 - inexplicably the Rockpalast show from '86 was chosen recently over this superior show
Paul Simon - "Born at the Right Time" great documentary from 1992 or so - available on VHS and laser.
The Beatles - Compleat - Sure Anthology is way better, but if you only have an hour to sell your kids on the Beatles, this will do it!
Neil Young - Unplugged - at least we got a Cd and laser, but it's Neil!
Lou Reed - the entire trilogy of "New York, Magic and Loss and Songs For Drella" all had awesome VHS concerts and none made it to DVD.
Concerts for Kampuchea - The Who, The Clash etc.. are you kidding me - no DVD yet???
I'd like to give a special mention for two of my favorite "Unplugged" episodes that never even got a VHS release - The Cranberries and Paul Simon.
Dire Straits - On The Night
GFR Live - 1969 at the top of their game...
That DVD is in the Stones Roses 20th Anniversary Legacy Edition
Jeff Healy Band - See The Light Live In London
Eric Clapton Live 85
Cat Stevens - Majikat
Also, Tea For The Tillerman live
Also from BBC and from the same year
Neil Diamond - BBC in Concert 1971
Tears for Fears - Going To California
Also, 'Scenes from the Big Chair' documentary
Pink Floyd delicate sound of thunder
Apparently all the raw California Jam footage was wiped (along with the multitrack audio tapes) sometime after the ABC broadcast. Deep Purple's set have survived because their managers bought the video masters.
That was shot on video. It wouldn't look any better on BD.
See the Pulse example mate!
Noticeably improved over the old VHS and DVD
U2 - Rattle and Hum
Another case where literally hours of bonus footage could be added. And of course, all the Rattle and Hum promo videos, and the Dublin new year's concert 1989
Waiting for a standalone Blu Ray release this year!. Same with Pulse
Nirvana and Alice in Chains’ MTV Unplugged shows. I’ve seen this discussed on other forums before and people said those shows were most likely recorded on video and wouldn’t benefit from the Blu-ray treatment. However, some people have said that a lot of 90s era Unplugged shows were recorded in high-def (Aerosmith’s show I believe), so who knows.
Eric Clapton - Unplugged
The Police - Greatest Hits
There's hope, since they've been remastering their videos in 4K
I started a thread about it
The Police - New HD restored video collection coming soon?
The original version of AC/DC at Donington, which was only available on VHS - they messed it up completely for the DVD and Blu-ray release.
Also I would like a Blu-ray of the John Hammond documentary video "John Hammond: From Bessie Smith to Bruce Springsteen".
And Cheap Trick at Budokan on Blu-ray.
The Knack Live at Carnegie Hall (only released on laser disc) on Blu-ray also; preferably with Don't Look Back restored/edited back in to the concert.
AC/DC - Live at Gillette Stadium, planned and filmed but still unreleased Blu-ray from 2015.
The MC5 - A True Testimonial on Blu-ray, have it officially released.
Kate Bush - Live at Hammersmith Odeon (the whole show would be awesome)
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