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Posted by on Jul 7, 2009 in Random | 10 comments

List: The Best Music DVDs Ever

To-Do-List Aaah, lists. We love lists. Who doesn’t. In fact we have a whole bunch of list posts in the pipeline. It’s just so hard to decide what to put on them sometimes. Especially lists that are related to musical topics.

In the meantime though, Kev over at Voted! Now Move On! has plugged in his amp, turned on the 7.1 surround sound, and begun a list of the Best Live Music DVDs ever. Get over there with some link love and add your favourite favourites to his collection…

If you are adverse to registering an account on the My.News24Blogs site, (which is required in order to comment – weird rule, presently under discussion!) feel free to add your list here and I’ll be happy to forward it on your behalf.

Got to go and think about my list contenders now…

Damn you Kevin, I’ve got stuff to do!

10 Comments

  1. Thank you for the effort!

    • As of 9.30 the list is as follows.

      1. U2 – Live at Slane Castle

      2. Robbie Williams- Live at Knebworth

      3. Michael Jackson- Live in Bucharest

      4. Depeche Mode- 101 – Live in Pasadena ( subject to viewing one night in Paris)

      5. P!NK- Live in Wembley Arena

      6. U2 – Rattle and Hum the movie

      7. Rolling Stones- By Martin Scorsese

      8. U2- POPMART or edit Rolling stones-Voodoo Lounge

      9. U2 – Live VERTIGO or edit Madonna-Confessions Tour

  2. ENGLISH 101.

    COMMENTATOR/S.

    I can not believe I could correct my sensay. *bowing*

    • Ahh my young padawan. Much to learn have you.

      I acknowledge the correction. However, your response would carry more value had you spelt SENSEI correctly.

      Back to the books with you now, Grasshopper!

      • Eye eye, uhm captain. Or Aiy Aiy? or just i i ?

  3. P.S. my little campaign has worked.

    See posted respons by 24.com

    We are going to be introducing the option of anonymous comments in the near future.

    Bloggers will have the choice as to whether to allow anonymous comments on any or all posts that they make. The option will be “opt in” – so you yourself will have to actively choose to open each post to anonymous comments. This will ensure that it does not happen accidentally if you do not want it. So, judging from some of the comments left on Kevin’s blog post: the more conservative bloggers will be able to keep things as they are and the more adventurous ones can open up their posts to everyone.

    Pretty cool, don’t you think?

    • Well done Kev! Sounds like a fair solution to suit all the bloggers over there.

      A great effort, and more proof of the power of blogging. Your comment count went up by something like 15% due to one post!

      • Open a blog and just put a link to your external blog, thats what I would do. Or post your comment in html code and add a link.

  4. Hey good stuff…keep up the good work! I read a lot of blogs on a daily basis and for the most part, people lack substance but, I just wanted to make a quick comment to say I’m glad I found your blog. Thanks,)

    A definite great read…:)
    -Bill-Bartmann

  5. I don't know If I said it already but …I'm so glad I found this site…Keep up the good work I read a lot of blogs on a daily basis and for the most part, people lack substance but, I just wanted to make a quick comment to say GREAT blog. Thanks, 🙂

    A definite great read..Tony Brown

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