What concert or music DVD's are worth having?

My brother and his wife (how own a copy of every DVD ever made) make fun of me because the only DVD's I have are music videos or concert footage.

I have:
Alice Cooper 'Welcome to my Nightmare' which is not very good.

Jethro Tull 'Living with the Past' worth owning!

Midge Ure I forget the name, but it's pretty good

Queen, very dated

I think there are more but I'm not sure. What concert DVD's do you have that are worth owning?
Blue Men Group
Yanni Live at the Accropolis
Some good 'uns:

Joni Mitchell - Shadows and light
Worth owning for the all star cast as well as the music.

Shania Twain - The (TV) Specials
The Miami special shows (the lovely) Shania jumping around like a pack of exploding firecrackers!
Dream Theater-Metropolis 2000,
Queensryche-Operation Livecrime,
Fates Warning-The View From Here,
Dream Theater- Images And Words (Live In Tokyo)
5 years in A Livetime.
Talking Heads STOP MAKING SENSE. Directed by Jonathan Demme, the sound, lighting, staging changes, costuming, and flow of this concert movie are all outstanding. I have this on Laser Disc, but I have been told that there is a DVD version that is also great. I would also recommend the Talking Heads compilation of videos called "Story Telling Giants", but I don't know if this one is available on DVD.
i saw the dianne krall- live in paris DVD playing at a store- it was pretty good - better than i expected. sounded great.
Grateful Dead-View from the vault series
Nine Inch Nails-All That Could Have Been
Steely Dan-2 Against Nature
James Taylor-Live at the Beacon Theater
Roger Waters-In The Flesh

and many others...I like you have more concert/music videos than movies...a lot time I just cue them up and then turn off the t.v. just so it can sound even better.

Roxy music
Peter Gabriel
Paul Simon
For Reference -
Stop Making Sense is the standard for all concert videos.
Steely Dan - Two Against Nature - check out Donald Fagan's canine's.
Roger Water - In the Flesh - good Pink Floyd production.
Eagles - Hell Freezes Over - cheesy music but great A/V production
Band - The Last Waltz - a classic
For Fun -
Rolling Stones - At the Max - the original IMAX movie
Rolling Stones - 4 Flixs - 3 venues of their concerts
Led Zeppelin (3 disc Set) -a classic
Sheryl Crow - Rocking the Globe Live
I just started collecting this year after setting up my first home theater. Here's the concerts I have and like. Obviously it's gonna depend as much on your taste in music and bands, but the shows in the "best" group are all excellent. I have a couple of DVDs that the shows or the recording just are too poor to even recommend

Concert for George (this is an unbelievable concert)
Allison Krauss & Union Station Live
Peter Gabriel - Growing Up Live
Cowboy Junkies - Open Road (this is only Stereo/Pro-logic)
Neil Young at Red Rocks
Metallica S&M

above are sort of in order preference - but all great

Also good:
Steve Hackett: Somewhere in South America
King Crimson - Eyes Wide Open
Procol Harem Live
Jon Fogerty : Premonition
Eagles : Hell Freezes Over
Fleetwood Mac: The Dance

I'm adding not repeating excellent recommendations already given by other fellow Audiogoners!!
Bruce Springsteen Live in Barcelona
Eagles; When Hell Freezes Over (DTS version)
The Band's; Last Waltz
Diana Krall Live in Paris
Norah Jones Live in New Orleans
Eagles Hell Freezes over Tour
Diana Krall - Live in Paris DTS
Norah Jones - Live in New Orleans
Eagles - Hell Freezes Over DTS
Currently playing...........
Boz Scaggs - Greatest Hits Live DTS
The Corrs - Unplugged 5.1 Dolby
Mary Black - Live CD & DVD set DTS
All widescreen 16:9 format, well recorded visually & sonically.
Walter Trout and the Radicals - Relentless

All new material live at the Paridisio in Amsterdam. Great music, intimate setting and excellent sound. It even has a stereo PCM format in addition to Dobly Digital 5.1 and 2 channel.
Nobody mentioned Steely Dan's "Two Against Nature" concert DVD? my favorite. Also Santana's "Sacred Fire" live in Mexico City.
I have seen some of these. The concert for George was really good. The Band "Last Waltz" was good, if not dated. I'm interested in the Steely Dan. Anymore ideas?
AC/DC " Live at Donington";
Jethro Tull " Living with the Past"
zappa, baby snakes.
excellent lineup, and fantastic claymation footage. kurt
David Gilmore, Don Henley, 2nd the John Fogerty
The early Led Zeppelin double DVD! Disc one, which covers a lot of the first 2 or 3 records, is AMAZING! (and the sound quality's good)
Jackson Browne
CS&N Acoustic
Morcheeba: Brixton to Beijing


The fidelity is among the best DVD I ever heard. Skyes' voice is recorded extremely well and is very close to the audio CD. This DVD includes coverage of the band's live performances in Brixton and later in China. The DVD is interspersed with actual music videos, a couple duplicating what you've just seen performed live in the same DVD. It will make you a fan.
Bela Fleck and the Fleshtones, Live at the Quick. Tower Records