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LarryDavenport

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2004 was a good year for music on DVD, but my list of wants is still long.

Here's my list (so far):

Let It Be
Help!
The Beatles at Shea Stadium
The Beatles at the Budokan
Paul McCartney & Wings: Rockshow
Ladies & Gentlemen The Rolling Stones
The Stones in the Park
Nirvana: Live, Fast, & Out of Control
Nirvana: Unplugged
Nirvana” MTV 1993 New Years Eve Special (with the Breeders & Cypress Hill)
1991: The Year Punk Broke
Hype!
Urgh: A Music War
The Punk Rock Movie
X: The Unheard Music
The Decline of Western Civilization 1 and 2
Pop Gear
Celebration at Big Sur
Fillmore
Stamping Ground
Frank Zappa: 200 Motels (plus The True Story of 200 Motels)
Frank Zappa: Uncle Meat
Frank Zappa: The Dub Room Special
Frank Zappa: The Complete Roxy
Frank Zappa: MTV Halloween
Genesis: Live 1976
Genesis: Live 1973
Rock and Roll: PBS series
The Tami/Big TNT Show
Concert for Bangladesh
Concert For Kampuchea
Amnesty International Concert
The Midnight Special
Don Kirshner’s Rock Concert
Playboy After Dark
Neil Young: Journey Through the Past
 

AnthonyC

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Most of mine are on that list but a few others:

John Lennon One to One Concert
George Harrison Dark Horse Tour '74
George Harrison Live in Japan
any Beatles promo-video collection
 

Chris Brunner

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All Beatle/McCartney related items above (esp. Kampuchea!!), plus

The Song Remains the Same (remastererd, 5.1, complete show, done with the same care as the newer LZ DVD)
Pink Floyd: The Wall Concert Tour
The Girl Can't Help It (and any other DVDs chronicling high quality and complete performances by 50's rock/pop legends.)


My Holy Grail would be the 1979 Wings show at Glasgow, Scotland. I know it was filmed. There are small clips of it shown in the Wingspan documentary. I have an audio recording of that show and it sounds really good. Alas, it will probably never see the light of day.

C
 

AricB

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Pink Floyd The Wall tour, for sure
Ministry-In Case you didnt feel like showing up
Pink Floyd-Pulse
NIN-Closure
Pixies-Something from the new tour
 

Sean A

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Dont forget Taylor Hackford's doc on Chuck Berry : Hail Hail Rock and Roll and Prince's Sign O' the Times
 

cwhite

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Are you talking about the Live in Rotterdam show from the same tour? If so, I think it's already available as import DVD. My list would be David Bowie Serious Moonlight Tour and the Atlantic Records 40th Anniversary Concert.
 

LarryDavenport

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Soon I'll be able to scratch one off my list:


Purchase Using:Title: Hype!
Starring: N/A (Documentary)
Released: 21st December 2004
SRP: $14.98
Further Details
Lions Gate has also announced Hype! which takes an in-depth look into the Seattle music scene and showcases the rise of some of the most influential modern musicians. The film incorporates hilarious interviews with rare concert footage from bands like Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Mudhoney and The Melvins. Filmed over three years in 24-track digital sound, Hype! casts a discriminating look on how the fuse was lit on the northwest rock explosion. The disc will be available to own in shops from the 21st December this year, priced at around $14.98. As well as a widescreen presentation and DTS, 5.1 Dolby Digital and 2.0 Dolby Digital tracks, the disc will include an audio commentary by the director, additional performances with optional commentary, a “Hate Cartoon” by Peter Bagge (Ren and Stimpy, etc) about the death of the Seattle music scene, an Interview with cartoonist Peter Bagge and Outtakes with optional Director Commentary.
 

StacyV

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With an extremely bad picture. A substandard Brazilian import. Nice menus actually, but there definitely needs to be an authentic region 1 release of Sign O' The Times. In addition to that, I'd like every last thing associated with Prince on dvd. His old vhs titles:

Prince and The Revolution Live (Syracuse 1985)
Diamonds & Pearls Video Collection
3 Chains o' Gold

The "Gett Off" and "Sexy MF" maxi-videos (I can do without these releases if the videos are included in a complete, comprehensive Prince music video compilation. Then I can die happy.)

For nostalgia's sake, Michael Jackson's Moonwalker, Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814 and Terence Trent D'arby's Introducing The Hardline Live would all be nice to see again.
 

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