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List your music dvd collections here.Heres mine:

-AC/DC live at donington.
-The black sabbath story volume 1.
-The rolling stones bridges of babylon tour.
-Eagles farewell tour double box set.
-Led Zeppelin double box set.

I havent fully watched the eagles one. But Id recommend the ac/dc one for those who love ac/dc. I dont like it THAT much because I prefer Bon Scott way more. But its still good to watch. The black sabbath dvd is almost flawless id definately recommend it. The rolling stones one id also very highly recommend and the led zeppelin one aswell.

Also, you guys got any recommendations for other music dvd in the classic rock genre?
 

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Iron Maiden - Rock in Rio
Ted Nugent - Full Bluntal Nugity Live
Lee Aaron - Live in London
Lizzy Bordon -Merderous Metal Road Show
Judas Priest - Electric Eye
Warlord - Book 1
Alice Cooper - Welcome to my Nightmare.

I think I have more, just dont remember. If we had a drool icon I could tell you what Lee Aaron looks like on a 100 inch Stewart screen...........
 

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umm...R30...
yeah thats about it.
 

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SRV at Austin City Limits
SRV at Montreaux
Claptons Crossroads Concert (+1)
Jimi at Monteray
Eric Claptons 24 Nights
Strat Pack Fenders 50th DVD
Dave Mathews
Earth Wind and Fire
Chicago (without Cetera)
Gary Moore
 

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just ordered the Gary Moore after seeing a preview in Guitar Techniques. Remember class, the most important band:D from Ireland is........
Thin Lizzy

I also have U2 at some castle:zzz: just kidding, it's very well done

Kenny Loggins with Jim Messina Sittin' in Again.......sublime (major keeper)
Doobie Bros
Kansas
Toto
Whitesnake......about 10 years ago a colleague came up do to some product demos using some tracks by a Doug Aldrich from "lion", NOT "white lion"....saying here's the pick of the litter....nobody's ever heard of the guy except in LA and Japan and then presto, this comes out.
If you haven't seen it, the first riff you'll hear is "Burn":rockon2: :rockon2:
Jimi at woodstock
Eagles Farewell....Stuart Smith is no slouch huh?
Journey 2001 vibrato lesson + Dean Castronovo's drumming!!!!+ afaik he's singing the high harmony

any treasures people recommend?

Andy
 

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I highly recommend the Clapton Crossroads DVD. It is a double set and there are some pretty interesting combinations of guitarist featured. A+
 

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Clapton Crossroads - awesome!
SRV Montreaux
Srv ElMo
Gary Moore Montreaux
Allman Brothers Beacon Theatre
Santana Supernatural
Trower Living out of time
Walter Trout Relentless
Lightning in a Bottle (Various)
ACDC Donnington
 
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I got a TON of stuff off eMule....

Bunch of Jethro Tull.... bunch of Leonard Cohen... Some Steve Earle.... Some Don Ross.... John Prine...
 

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...i've made it my mission in life to collect live performance dvds.

the first one was roger waters - live in the flesh - still my favourite (doyle bramhall II)!

the mark knopfler dvd is astounding!

crossroads - stratocaster heaven!

zucherro (italian pop singer) - amazing, especially clapton's guest shot.

another one i cannot recommend highly enough is the shadows. can't recall the title, but there's only one. here's to discovering that hank marvin is a much more accomplished guitarist then any of us could have guessed, and the tacky stage set and silly "choreography" only add to the charm!

hoping to pick up the robin trower dvd soon, as well as any other recommendations you guys might have.

i can't believe there's still no official danny gattom dvd release!

the only problem i have is remembering who i last loaned my dvds to - these things MUST be shared!

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-dh
 

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I don't have many;

Harem Scarem - a recent live DVD, can't think of the name
Yes - Live at the House of Blues
Pink Floyd at Pompeii
And a bunch of bootleg Kim Mitchell ones.
 

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rush - rush in rio
incubus - alive at red rocks
audioslave - live in cuba
u2 - live in boston (elevation tour)
u2 - best of 1990-2000 video collection
 

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Slipknot - Disasterpieces
Powerman 5000 - Backstage and Beyond

I was young and into Nu-Metal what can i say :confused-smiley-010

Eric Clapton - One More Car One More Rider
Blue Wild Angel: Jimi Hendrix Live at The Isle Of Wight
K-Os - Publicity Stunt
Refused - Refused are ****ing Dead
 

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Gary Moore - Live at Montreax
BB King Live - BET Presents
AC/DC - Donnington
Rush R30
G3 Live w/Malmsteen
G3 Live in Denver w/John Petrucci

Boston Live in Hamilton VHS
Bowie Live at the Warehouse in Toronto VHS
Van Halen live at Molson Amphitheatre VHS
Smashing Pumpkins live at Maple Leaf Gardens VHS
 

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PaulS said:
I highly recommend the Clapton Crossroads DVD. It is a double set and there are some pretty interesting combinations of guitarist featured. A+
We watched that in guitar class the other week. It was pretty rockin'. It had John Mayer.:D
 

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dvds

Eric Clapton- Unplugged
Elton John - Big Ticket
Elton John - Live in Australia
Elton John - Live at Madison Square Gardens
Elton John - ?? early '90s concert
Live 8
Phil Collins
Eagles - Farewell 1
Blue Rodeo 20th anniversary
Josh Groban ( ok my wife's)
Sarah McLaughlin
Guess Who
 

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Welladjusted said:
rush - rush in rio
incubus - alive at red rocks
audioslave - live in cuba
u2 - live in boston (elevation tour)
u2 - best of 1990-2000 video collection
...how is the audioslave dvd? worth picking up?

-dh
 

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Welladjusted said:
rush - rush in rio
That was a good one too, Obviously I'm a Rush fan.:D
 
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