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    Favorite music DVD's?

    Since I got the 4430's, I have really enjoyed re-listening to some of my favorite music DVD's. Tonight I watched/listened to The Last Waltz. As it says in the beginning, "THIS MOVIE SHOULD BE PLAYED LOUD!" It was a new experience for me through the 4430's! Wish there were DVD's when I had the 250ti's for comparison. Here are my 5 favorite music DVD's for what it's worth.
    1. The Last Waltz
    2. Eric Clapton Live at Hyde Park
    3. Led Zeppelin
    4. Black and White Night with Roy Orbison
    5. John Fogerty, Premonition
    I have other music DVD's but these are at the top of my list. I would be interested in other suggestions.
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    check out the live from austin tx stuff on newwest records.one of my favorite dvd's is the spyboy set w/emmy lou harris and buddy miller

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    Smile Somebody's gonna call me a name

    One of my favorites is Andrea Bocelli's Tuscan Skies (Cieli di Toscana) from 2001. Truly beautiful.
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    There are a lot of good DVDs out now. I concur with your list, that Clapton disc is especially good. I've been playing more DVDs than regular CDs lately. More of my favorites:
    Steely Dan, Two Against Nature
    Frampton, Live in New York
    Stevie Ray Vaughan, Montreaux
    Yes, House of Blues
    Cream, Royal Albert Hall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don C
    There are a lot of good DVDs out now. I concur with your list, that Clapton disc is especially good. I've been playing more DVDs than regular CDs lately. More of my favorites:
    Steely Dan, Two Against Nature
    Frampton, Live in New York
    Stevie Ray Vaughan, Montreaux
    Yes, House of Blues
    Cream, Royal Albert Hall.
    Hi Don,
    I have The Cream DVD which I got for Christmas but haven't taken time to watch it yet. It will probably be next. Another I like that I forgot to mention is Paul McCartney, "Live at the Cavern Club." I'm a big fan of David Gilmore and Ian Paice, not to mention Sir Paul! The band I'm currently in liked the song, "No Other Baby", so much, we added it to our play list.
    Mark

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    The JAM and the SAM COOKE are ranking heavy with me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titanium Dome
    One of my favorites is Andrea Bocelli's Tuscan Skies (Cieli di Toscana) from 2001. Truly beautiful.
    I have to buy every Bocelli disc I see, just to please the wife, but it's nice to see that my JBL's sound great no matter the style they are playing.

    I wonder if the varnish is dry yet on my second K-12?? (these are another of the WFA projects. The first set without an industrial finish in my collection...
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    Dave Matthews Band - Listener Supported
    I love the way music makes me feel.

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    "Jimi plays Berkeley"

    Audio and video are rough, but if you like Hendrix....
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    The Old Grey Whistle Test

    I want to ad The Old Grey Whistle Test DVD. It's various performances from a BBC show from the early 70's to the early 90's. Raw live performances from Elton John to Capt. Beefheart to Edgar Winter to The Police and everything in between. Something for everyone and most of it is great stuff!!!

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    stop making sense by talking heads is definitely worth a listen

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim campbell
    stop making sense by talking heads is definitely worth a listen

    That is a very good DVD. On whistle test, there is an early Talking Heads performance of "Psycho Killer" that is, well, killer!

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    Osnob, I especially dig that chick playing the Fender Mustang bass. She's great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Schell
    Osnob, I especially dig that chick playing the Fender Mustang bass. She's great!
    She is cool and she can play!

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    JBL's

    I have to throw in something JBL on this topic. On one shot, you can the orange basket JBL's in David Byrne's Twin Reverb, very cool. Are those D120's? I bet the bass player has some sort of JBL 15" in her cabinet that almost looks homemade.

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