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Your latest Concert DVD/Blu-ray Purchases?

Discussion in 'Music/Concert DVD 's' started by BeatlesFan, Jun 16, 2010.

  1. Sharp Dressed Man

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    This came today:

    Blackberry Smoke ‎– Homecoming - Live In Atlanta, Georgia Blu-ray

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    I already own this show on DVD, which came with the vinyl pre-order bundle, but they've since released the show on Blu-ray and it was just too much of a temptation. :)
     
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  2. E-Z

    E-Z Sun tanned rock dude

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    The Eagles-The Concert Broadcasts from 1973 & 1974 (before Bernie Leadon quit the band)

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    The first concert is filmed in colour for Dutch television in March 1973 and the second concert is filmed also in colour for American television for the Don Kirshner rock show in July 1974.

    The revelation (for me) not knowing The Eagles other than through the hit singles they had during the 1970s was how good a 'guitar picker' Bernie Leadon was on both electric guitar but especially on banjo he was very impressive and also Don Felder on 2nd electric guitar I had never seen Don 'in action' before on stage and he was a very capable player along with Glenn Frey on vocals guitar, Randy Meisner on bass & vocals and Don Henley on drums. All in all a very interesting and enjoyable 2 hours worth of watching this famous American rock band in concert from the early/mid 1970s.
     
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