What are the best concerts to watch?

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    #1Metallica: The Halcyon Days

    Metallica: The Halcyon Days

    Metallica: The Halcyon Days is a film which covers the history of the band, from its formation in 1981 Los Angeles, to their most famous first albums, and all the way to the end of the "Burton Era". The film was released in 2008.

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    Ayaan Rathore
    Written on June 3, 2018
    "Metallica: The Halcyon Days is a film which covers the history of the band, from its formation in 1981 Los Angeles, to their most famous first albums, and all the way to the end of the "Burton Era". The film was released in 2008. a good film"
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    #2The Beach Boys: The Lost Concert

    The Beach Boys: The Lost Concert

    The Beach Boys: The Lost Concert contains rare concert footage that shows the BEach Boys at the peak of their careers. This particular show was part of a mega-concert in 1964 and the DVD was released in 1999.

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    Lauren Watson
    Written on May 25, 2018
    "An old band with special footage. It is interesting in a history aspect now."
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    #3Pink Floyd: The Wall

    Pink Floyd: The Wall

    Pink Floyd: The Wall is a film that follows a spectacular live show by Pink Floyd as well as a feature film about their story. t was conceived by Roger Waters and upon its release, it was criticism and controversy. It was released in 2005.

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    Ruth Patel
    Written on May 25, 2018
    "The film is a great insight into the band of Pink Floyd. The live show is awesome. I also like behind the scenes. It felt like I was on the inside of all the action. "
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    #4Stop Making Sense

    Stop Making Sense

    Stop Making Sense is a film that captures the immense energy of the Talking Heads in one of their live performances. In this film, the band is joined by various other artists. The film was first released in 1984.

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    Mónica Alarcón
    Written on May 29, 2018
    "Stop Making Sense is a really interesting concert film about the Talking Heads. I especially enjoyed the concert scenes. This is a movie I will probably watch over and over again."
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    #5Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young: Fifty By Four

    Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young: Fifty By Four

    Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young: Fifty By Four is a film which follows the famous partnerships by the famous artists and includes interviews and rare performance footage from the artists. The film was first released in 2014.

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    Araceli Olvera
    Written on June 5, 2018
    "This is a film contains the story of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. It contains interviews as well as their rare performances and a lot more. I think that this touches base on their concerts and it is a great idea for one of the best concerts to watch because of their amazing story. "
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    #6Free: Total Rock Review

    Free: Total Rock Review

    Free: Total Rock Review is a film that contains rare footage of live performances by Free. It also features in-depth interviews with Simon Kirke, Paul Rodgers, and John Bundrick. It was first released in 2006.

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    Harry Wallace
    Written on May 25, 2018
    "This dvd does include lots of films via European tv, the hairdos are hysterical! The music is as good as you can be expected and the reviews and reviewers are a trip. These folks not only really know their stuff, but they really love rock music and are very entertaining on their own. If you like music you won't be disappointed."
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    #7Stevie Ray Vaughan 1984-1989: Lonestar

    Stevie Ray Vaughan 1984-1989: Lonestar

    Stevie Ray Vaughan - 1984-1989: Lonestar is a 2017 film that tells the story of Vaughan's rise to his fame starting from when he first released his debut album up until his death in 1989 after a helicopter crash.  

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    Andrew Mitchell
    Written on May 28, 2018
    "This isn't a concert video so much as a history of the brilliant guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan. The documentary has plenty of great concert footage, though!"
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    #8Gregg Allman: I'm No Angel

    Gregg Allman: I'm No Angel

    Gregg Allman: I'm No Angel is a film that follows the singer Gregg Allman, who was originally part of The Allman Brothers Band as the lead singer and keyboard player, and who later had his own solo band in Nashville. It was released in 2012.

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    Rachel Hanson
    Written on May 24, 2018
    "This is an okay concert but not really necessary. I don't think it's one of the best."

Summary

Best What are the best concerts to watch
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1Metallica: The Halcyon DaysMovies 17 Paid
2The Beach Boys: The Lost ConcertMovies 14 Paid
3Pink Floyd: The WallMovies 12 Paid
4Stop Making SenseMovies 10 Paid
5Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young: Fifty By FourMovies 8 Paid
6Free: Total Rock ReviewMovies 6 Paid
7Stevie Ray Vaughan 1984-1989: LonestarMovies 5 Paid
8Gregg Allman: I'm No AngelMovies 1 Paid
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