Having grown up in the real "That '70s Show" totally "Dazed and Confused," I was hungry to get my hands on the first two big concert offerings from Rhino on HD DVD. This weekend I picked up "The Eagles Farewell Tour- Live From Melbourne" and "Cream: Royal Albert Hall." I had previously viewed both on standard DVD and was impressed by both of these live performances. They reminded me of a time when music was performed by true artists and an LP was listenable from the first track to the last. I missed the opportunity to see The Eagles the last time they passed through Phoenix and London was a little far to catch Ginger Baker, Jack Bruce and Eric Clapton's reunion. Well, for all of you that are fans of these two bands and are fortunate enough to own an HD DVD player, these discs are the next best thing. I believe Cream was filmed in HD but I am not sure about The Eagles' concert. Nevertheless, both looked incredible, with every minute detail leaping off the display. You can see the spit flying from Glenn Frey's lips and the sweat beading on Don Henley's brow. Its like sitting on stage watching these performances. Both discs feature both stereo and DTS 5.1 tracks. The DTS track really immerses you in the music making you feel like you were witnessing the concert in person with every instrument and breath of air clearly defined. Truly spectacular. By the way, both these discs feature nice inserts. Another trip down memory lane is coming from Image next month when they release the terrific, "Heart: Alive In Seattle." I Can't Wait to see how this one looks and sounds on HD DVD.