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Which is your favourite TD Live DVD?
Coventry Cathedral 1975 9%  9%  [ 3 ]
Live in America 1992 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Inferno 2003 12%  12%  [ 4 ]
SBE 2005 41%  41%  [ 14 ]
Tempodrom 2006 26%  26%  [ 9 ]
Astoria 2007 12%  12%  [ 4 ]
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 12, 2007 11:50 am 
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Which is your favourite TD Live DVD and why?

Err I ain't going to vote yet cos I ain't see the Astoria DVD but you guys carry on....don't mind me....I'm not upset....I'll be alright..... :cry: :cry:


...and blow me down if we won't have to do it all again when they release the Berlin 2007 DVD. :roll:


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a tough one (but it certainly aint Live in America....grizzle...grizzle)

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Have to say that the SBE 2005 was a tremendous night,but i feel that the Eastgate DVD releases have been of an excellent consistent quality...
Im going to pick the Tempodrom as it was a wonderful night,its a great DVD and because of my flying fear i never thought i would have been there,i was so glad that i attended as i conquered a very personal phobia for the love of TD :arrow:

I would like again to thank Eastgate for these great DVDs,keep up the good work :D 8)

Its a shame that Eastgate did not release the SBE concert,but at least we got it,it was to damn good to miss :arrow:

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Of the DVDs listed in the poll I "only" have Live in America, Inferno and Tempodrom.

Live in America has crappy video quality, but I like some of the content. However, no vote for it.

So Inferno or Tempodrom? Very hard to decide, both are great. But finally my vote goes to Inferno because the visuals adds something more to the music.


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:D Not voting based on DVD quality but on concert quality, my vote has gone to SBE 2005 which was a amazing gig. Love Tempo and Astoria but neither beat the SBE, except in the DVD quality. :D

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I voted SBe, noselength before Tempodrome. Astoria isn't in my collection yet. But this is just this moment, maybe after a view views it could change.


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SBE...cos it was the best, as simple as that ;)

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SBE for me, great momento of a classic evening IMHO :D

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BM will vote for 'One Night In Space' double disc DVD

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24db wrote:
SBE...cos it was the best, as simple as that ;)


It was the best concert,but not the best DVD IMHO :arrow:

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epsilon75 wrote:
24db wrote:
SBE...cos it was the best, as simple as that ;)


It was the best concert,but not the best DVD IMHO :arrow:


ah...but a good DVD is more than just audio and picture quality my friend...it has bonus material, interviews, photos...plus one of TD's best gigs in 19 years :)...IMHO only

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I agree.........but make no mistake the Tempodrom was a hell of a concert :wink:

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epsilon75 wrote:
I agree.........but make no mistake the Tempodrom was a hell of a concert :wink:


I'm sure it was amazing 'live' mate

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My vote went for Coventry Cathedral 1975 as it is a timeless classic concert. I only wish i could have been there back then.

I have not seen the Tempodrom 2006 or Astoria 2007 concerts as yet, so you will have to excuse me voting so soon but the end of the day those early gigs just ooze classic TD to me.

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My vote went for Coventry Cathedral 1975 as it is a timeless classic concert. I only wish i could have been there back then.

I have not seen the Tempodrom 2006 or Astoria 2007 concerts as yet, so you will have to excuse me voting so soon but the end of the day those early gigs just ooze classic TD to me.


totally agree....although coventry with the original soundtrack would be even better

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