I love a good concert video. Back in the eighties when home VHS concert movies started to become available, I was in heaven. With new technology that has just bumped it up a little more. What are your top ten, and if you feel like it, tell us why and then folks can get an idea of if they may like it. For me (and this would be subject to change, because I'm just like that) - no particular order Talking Heads - Stop Making Sense -This concert is so much fun. Starts well with Psycho killer with the beat box. Gradually the stage is put into place as the players come out bit by bit on each song. By the time we get to Burning Down The House, they certainly are. Peter Gabriel - Secret World Live - This is just a magnificently paced concert. It is staged beautifully. Just the simple but effective opening of Come Talk To Me sets the stage for something really special. Iron Maiden - Rock In Rio - The reconstruction of the best metal band of the eighties is fantastic and the band is playing in front of an uncountable number of excited Brazilians. The atmosphere is electric and Dickinson sounds amazing. Dire Straits - Alchemy - For me this is Dire Straits at the peak of their powers. No overdubs and absolutely perfectly played from start to finish. The atmosphere of the music is brilliant, and for me there is no turning away or skipping. Elvis Presley - That's The Way It Is (special edition bluray) - This probably isn't for everybody, but it is an excellent piece of work here. The pre-show rehearsals are interesting, but it all comes together on the stage and the bluray looks and sounds so much better than the original dvd it is amazing. Cold Chisel - The Last Stand - One of the world's best live rock bands ever doing what they do best. I am not usually into concerts that have interruptions with little documentary pieces, but for me in this one, it actually enhances the whole thing. The 5.1 mix is very good and the band are on fire. After ten years of slogging it out in Australia and three years at the top of the pile, writing themselves into the Aussie history books, the guys wanted to go out with a bang and not a whimper and they went out with a big bang. Zappa - The Roxy Movie - To some degree Zappa sabotaged a lot of his concert movies with some added weirdness that had nothing to do with the concert. Here we just have the band (possibly his best) playing a fantastic show. When I first got it, I was disappointed a few of my favourite Roxy tracks were missing, but what is here is fantastic. U2 - Under a Blood Red Sky - Back when U2 were just a great rock band pounding it out. Raw emotive and essential for anyone that ever liked the early tracks the band made. Queen - Hungarian Rhapsody - It's a hard one for Queen, there is On Fire At The Bowl, Wembley, Rainbow and Montreal, and they all have their things to recommend them, but this is probably my favourite. Well shot, great sound and another great Queen concert. Devin Townsend - Ocean Machine:Biomech at Plovdiv - Again hard for me with Devin, Ziltoid at Royal Albert Hall is fantastic and Retinal Circus is really good also, but for me the newest one takes the cake. Featuring all of the excellent album featured and also a whole other set with an orchestra and choir, set in an ancient amphitheater, it is a real gem of a show. As I say, I have probably missed out on a heap of stuff. The Band the Last Walt is a classic and a great watch. The Stones at Hampton Coliseum is great and a real treasure to now have. There are some excellent Genesis documents. Hendrix. Doors. and hundreds of others..... but these are probably my ten favourites, at least at the moment ... What are yours?