Tell us your favorite DVD's featuring Strat Players!!!

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  1. Durockrolly

    Durockrolly Strat-Talk Member

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    I have a few favorites.

    1. Crossroads Festival (put on by Eric Clapton).
    2. Robin Trower, Living Out Of Time.
    3. Steve Ray Vaughan, Live From Austin Texas.
    4. Cream, Royal Albert Hall May 2-3-5-6.
    5. Los Lonely Boys, Texican Style.

    Los Lonely Boys, Texican Style, is my favorite DVD. These boys can JAM!!!! I saw them a few weeks ago in L.A. and they are awesome live.

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  2. TBlewz

    TBlewz Strat-Talk Member

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    Got to be...

    Got to be SRV Live at the Mocambo.....NEVER seen such sheer energy in a performance.


    Rick C.
     
  3. geof

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    i gotta go along with ya for #1, I really enjoyed all the players are Crossroads. i'd bet you could feel the energy of all the guitar gods filling the air...

    i'd like to hear the los lony boys, do they have a simular groove to los lobos? latin percussion, etc...?

    thanks for the direction.

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  4. Durockrolly

    Durockrolly Strat-Talk Member

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    Geof. Try going to Napster. You can register for free and then listen to every song in their library, five times, for free. It's great. If you hear of some new guy on the boards, you can check him out on Napster. I've been doing this for a long time and believe me it is free. They will even tell you if you have listened to a song five times. You will select it, then they will tell you that you have listened to it five times already and only give you a thirty second sample.Freeeeeeeeee.
     
  5. Kelsey

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    1. Crossroads Festival
    2. The DVD's packaged with (a) Clapton's second Robert Johnson release and (b) live release from his last tour
    3. Hendrix Woodstock DVD
    4. The Trower DVD mentioned above
    5. Pink Floyd's Pulse DVD

    Beck's few numbers with BB King on King's Live by Request DVD and the SRV ACL DVD are cool, too.

    I have to say that I've really enjoyed the concert DVDs I've watched, and I think they've taught me more valuable little details about playing techniques than any other form of media.
     
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    Its not the same kind of thing as the DVDs you listed, but the Eric Johnson training videos are great in my opinion. I love the sound, the playing and while you are watching you actually think you might be able to play that stuff.
     
  7. Durockrolly

    Durockrolly Strat-Talk Member

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    Often, those are the best kind!!!
     
  8. maestrovert

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    Eric Johnson's appearance on the Austin City Limits dvd
    Robin Trower's Living Out of Timedvd
    Yngwie Malmsteen's appearance on the G3/Denver dvd
    Pink Floyd's Pulse dvd
     
  9. Justin Crouse

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    i'd go with the stevie el mocambo show, though his last austin city limits show is so much more mature to me.

    the last waltz, nuff said.

    i've got a boot of clapton during the blues tour, and although it's gibson heavy, there's some great strat playing during the "chicago" portion.

    i once had a cool VHS that was from, probably montreaux. it was buddy guy and junior wells the first half and muddy the second.

    JC
     
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    1. Rory Gallagher, Irish Tour '74
    2. Rory Gallagher, Live at Montreaux
    3. Rory Gallagher, Live at Rockpalast
    4. Muddy Waters, Got my mojo workin'
    5. Crossroads
     
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    Concert For George
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