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I recently watched the Molly Hatchet - Live In Hamburg DVD from 2004, i'm a huge Hatchet fan but i was very disappointed in it.

I don't really know what i was expecting but except the the guitar work of Ingram it fell well short of what i wanted to hear and see.

I guess i had seen a few of the videos for their songs and thought they were well done so i thought i'd try the live dvd.

 

What live DVD's can some of your guys recommend that really hit it out of the park?

And genre is open.

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Rush - Snakes And Arrows Live

 

38 Special - Live At Sturgis

 

Iron Maiden - Flight 666 The Movie

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Iron Maiden - Liver After Death

 

Motorhead - 25 and Alive Boneshaker

 

Judas Priest - Rising in the East

 

Overkill - Wrecking Everything Live

 

Just to name a few.... :headbanger:

 

OH almost forgot,

 

Nickelback - Live From Home and Live From Sturgis....

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Sorry to squeeze in on the thread, but does anyone have any cool "hair" metal / melodic rock / AOR suggestions too? I recently thought maybe I should get some... moreso for a rainy day / retirement one day rather than any remote belief I'll ever have time to watch them at the moment. :lol:

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Whitesnake - Live In The Still Of The Night

 

I've got to agree with this.

 

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This is without doubt the best live music DVD I've ever seen. Very well produced, great atmosphere, a brilliant show from start to finish. It was shot in high def using 13 different cameras and at times they use a cool black and white effect which has to been seen to understand how good it really is.

It was recorded live at Hammersmith Odeon in 2004.

 

Whitesnake Line-Up:

 

David Coverdale (lead vocals)

Doug Aldrich (guitar, vocals)

Reb Beach (guitar, vocals)

Timothy Drury (keyboards, vocals)

Marco Mendoza (bass, vocals)

Tommy Aldridge (drums)

 

DVD Track Listing:

 

01. Burn

02. Bad Boys

03. Love Ain't No Stranger

04. Ready An' Willing

05. Is This Love

06. Give Me All Your Love

07. Judgement Day

08. Snake Dance

09. Cryin' In The Rain

10. Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City

11. Don't Break My Heart Again

12. Fool For Your Loving

13. Here I Go Again

14. Take Me With You

15. Still Of The Night

 

Bonus CD Track Listing:

 

01. Burn

02. Give Me All Your Love

03. Is This Love

04. Love Ain't No Stranger

05. Judgement Day

06. Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City

07. Fool For Your Lovin'

08. Here I Go Again

09. Take Me With You

10. Still Of The Night

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Okay.....where to start....

 

:bowdown: Bad Company - In Concert & Hard Rock Live....Simply the music bible in DVD format :lol:

Y&T - One Hot Night....This one kicks serious ass !!!!

Bon Jovi - Live At Madison Square Gardens....Back to brilliant form here !!!

Rory Gallagher - Live At Montreux....It's worth the money alone just for :bowdown: Bad Penny.

Never The Bride - For Richer For Poorer.... :bowdown: Nikki Lamborn....What a voice !!!!

Gotthard - Made In Switzerland....Brilliant :tumbsup:

G3 - All 3 of them....Includes some great jams !!!

Heart - Alive In Seattle / Dreamboat Annie Live / Live Sound Stage....All 3 brilliant stuff :tumbsup:

KISS - Rock The Nation Live....This one goes off big time :tumbsup:

Lynyrd Skynyrd - The Vicious Cycle Tour...Great set list, great show !!!

Status Quo - Just Doin' It Live....You just can't stop tappin' your toes and singin' along !!!

Pink - Fun House Tour.....and I'm bloody serious......watch it and find out for yourself !!!

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Motley Crue - Carnival of Sins

 

Hammerfall - One Crimson Night [Too bad the singer speaks in Swedish to the crowd, but the music is EXCELLENT!!!]

 

Metallica - Cunning Stunts

 

Queensryche - Operation Livecrime

 

Type O Negative - Sympathy for the Devil

 

Kiss - Kissology volumes 1-3 are ALL pretty good....

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Whitesnake - Live In The Still Of The Night

 

I've got to agree with this.

 

615CY356E5L._SL500_AA300_.jpg

 

This is without doubt the best live music DVD I've ever seen. Very well produced, great atmosphere, a brilliant show from start to finish. It was shot in high def using 13 different cameras and at times they use a cool black and white effect which has to been seen to understand how good it really is.

It was recorded live at Hammersmith Odeon in 2004.

 

Whitesnake Line-Up:

 

David Coverdale (lead vocals)

Doug Aldrich (guitar, vocals)

Reb Beach (guitar, vocals)

Timothy Drury (keyboards, vocals)

Marco Mendoza (bass, vocals)

Tommy Aldridge (drums)

 

DVD Track Listing:

 

01. Burn

02. Bad Boys

03. Love Ain't No Stranger

04. Ready An' Willing

05. Is This Love

06. Give Me All Your Love

07. Judgement Day

08. Snake Dance

09. Cryin' In The Rain

10. Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City

11. Don't Break My Heart Again

12. Fool For Your Loving

13. Here I Go Again

14. Take Me With You

15. Still Of The Night

 

Bonus CD Track Listing:

 

01. Burn

02. Give Me All Your Love

03. Is This Love

04. Love Ain't No Stranger

05. Judgement Day

06. Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City

07. Fool For Your Lovin'

08. Here I Go Again

09. Take Me With You

10. Still Of The Night

 

I forgot to mention this one too. Like the other guys said. Highly Recommended! :headbanger:

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38 Special - Live At Sturgis

 

 

 

I like this one but in a lot of ways their Wild-Eyed and Live I like more. it was early to mid 80's. you really can't go wrong though. the band really missed the guitar and writing of Jeff though

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And if you're into High-Def, some Blu-Ray recommendations:

 

Bon Jovi: Live at Madison Square Garden

Eagles: Farewell 1 Tour - Live From Melbourne

Heart: Alive in Seattle

Metallica: Francais Pour Une Nuit

Styx: One With Everything

Toto: Live in Amsterdam

Within Temptation - Black Symphony

 

-Dan

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38 Special - Live At Sturgis

 

 

 

I like this one but in a lot of ways their Wild-Eyed and Live I like more. it was early to mid 80's. you really can't go wrong though. the band really missed the guitar and writing of Jeff though

 

Didn`t know about this, where would I get this from? :beerbang:

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38 Special - Live At Sturgis

 

 

 

I like this one but in a lot of ways their Wild-Eyed and Live I like more. it was early to mid 80's. you really can't go wrong though. the band really missed the guitar and writing of Jeff though

 

Didn`t know about this, where would I get this from? :beerbang:

 

here but it is only on VHS as far as i know

 

http://www.amazon.com/38-Special-Wild-Eyed-Alive-VHS/dp/630124818X/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=video&qid=1275682189&sr=1-2

 

track listing

1. Take 'Em Out

2. Back on Track

3. Rough-Housin'

4. Stone Cold Believer

5. Caught Up in You

6. Wild-Eyed Southern Boys

7. Chain Lightin'

8. Undercover Lover

9. Back Where You Belong

10. If I'd Been the One

11. Twentieth Century Fox

12. Hold on Loosely

13. I Been a Mover

14. Rockin' Into the Night

 

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Here are a few that seem to find their way into my player quite often:

 

1.) STYX ~ "Return To Paradise"

2.) CHEAP TRICK ~ "Silver"

3.) SHOOTING STAR ~ "Tonight" (Love this one)

4.) TRIUMPH ~ "A Night Of Triumph Live"

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Shocked that nobody has mentioned this one:

 

Dokken - Live From The Sun

 

Great show...great set list...& Reb Beach! His solo during Tooth & Nail is almost worth the price alone.

 

And no collection is complete without these 2:

 

Mr. Big - Farewell Live In Japan (this can be picked up for next to nothing. Featuring Richie Kotzen...'nuff said)

Mr. Big - Back To Budokan

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38 Special - Live At Sturgis

 

 

 

I like this one but in a lot of ways their Wild-Eyed and Live I like more. it was early to mid 80's. you really can't go wrong though. the band really missed the guitar and writing of Jeff though

 

Didn`t know about this, where would I get this from? :beerbang:

 

here but it is only on VHS as far as i know

 

http://www.amazon.com/38-Special-Wild-Eyed-Alive-VHS/dp/630124818X/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=video&qid=1275682189&sr=1-2

 

track listing

1. Take 'Em Out

2. Back on Track

3. Rough-Housin'

4. Stone Cold Believer

5. Caught Up in You

6. Wild-Eyed Southern Boys

7. Chain Lightin'

8. Undercover Lover

9. Back Where You Belong

10. If I'd Been the One

11. Twentieth Century Fox

12. Hold on Loosely

13. I Been a Mover

14. Rockin' Into the Night

 

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Thanks matey :beerbang:

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And if you're into High-Def, some Blu-Ray recommendations:

 

Bon Jovi: Live at Madison Square Garden

Eagles: Farewell 1 Tour - Live From Melbourne

Heart: Alive in Seattle

Metallica: Francais Pour Une Nuit

Styx: One With Everything

Toto: Live in Amsterdam

Within Temptation - Black Symphony

 

-Dan

The Heart Blu-ray is on my wish list

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Depends on the genre you are diggin, but here are a few I dig.

 

Stray Cats-Rock Tokyo

 

Skid Row-Roadkill & Oh, Say Can You Scream

 

WASP-Live At The Lyceum London & The Sting Live At The Key Club

 

AC/DC-Let There Be Rock (Ridiculously essential)

 

Metallica-Cliff Em All

 

Motley Crue-Lewd, Crued & Tattooed (Very tight performance and the broad on drums is FOXY!)

 

Tankard-Open All Night

 

Tigertailz-Bezerk Live 1990

 

Lizzy Borden-Murderous Metal Roadshow (One of my favorites!!!)

 

The Upper Crust-Live At The Ottobar

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