50 Greatest Concert Films Of All Time

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    • Toursiveu

      Sep 3rd 2012, 8:04

      Once again, one of the... five greatest concert films of all times is missing : where the hell is Frank Zappa's Baby Snakes (1979) ? You wanna see musicians pushed to the edge, at their best and the madness of 20th century's greatest muscian / satirist? Please see Baby Snakes... But hey, you have Madonna and Justin Bieber on your list...

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    • FBJJakob

      Sep 3rd 2012, 12:08

      What happened to 'No Direction Home: Bob Dylan'? That's easily the best music film ever made!

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    • FBJJakob

      Sep 3rd 2012, 12:12

      Infact, sorry, No Direction Home isn't a concert film ha Withdrawn.

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    • FilmFlamFan

      Sep 3rd 2012, 12:14

      Great list, But Justin Beeber ??? and No Metallica S&M ? I say B+

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    • awan01

      Sep 3rd 2012, 12:34

      Where the f**k is Twenty from Pearl Jam?

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    • MrGoodfella

      Sep 3rd 2012, 18:33

      D.A.Pennebaker, a group of fans followed along the way and their point of view given the time it deserves, interspersed with concert and behind the scenes footage of the band which gives some insight into why the lead singer nearly died of a drugs overdose years later, all the way up to their biggest ever concert in Pasadena Rose Bowl in front of 60,000+ fans, and the anthemic Never Let Me Down Again arm waving scene of all those fans. I give you Ladies and Gentlemen. what Total Film have failed too.. Depeche Mode 101!

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    • FBASamble

      Sep 3rd 2012, 18:45

      What about Metallica S&M and Avenged Sevenfold Live in the LBC!?

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    • Hadouken76

      Sep 3rd 2012, 20:05

      REM Tourfilm . Never bettered by them.

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    • EdwardHavens

      Sep 3rd 2012, 21:14

      Were The Last Waltz and Stop Making Sense accidentally swapped?

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    • Hadouken76

      Sep 4th 2012, 9:57

      Pulse by Pink Floyd is just a musical and technological marvel. So much so, that Mark Fisher, the set designer semi- recycled it for the Stones' Bridges to Babylon tour.

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    • Jareth64

      Sep 4th 2012, 11:53

      The Who at Woodstock. See Me Feel Me - the best band performance on this list. By far.

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    • Ichi1

      Sep 4th 2012, 14:35

      So I just got to #46 and I don't think there is reason to go further. Bieber better than The Pixies? Really? Thought this was TotalFilm and not TigerBeatFilm. And MrGoodfella....I was at the Rose Bowl for that Depeche Mode concert. The only thing more epic than the show was the giant food fight after OMD's set. Like I said, only at #46....Bieber is on here but no 101? Really?

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    • rosscsimpson

      Sep 7th 2012, 0:01

      As if you have Justin Bieber in here but not the Foo Fighters, shame on you

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    • EasyMorningRebel

      Sep 10th 2012, 7:52

      The Last Waltz should be number 1, without a doubt!

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    • TheGreatWent

      Sep 12th 2012, 4:08

      Am I the only one who thinks The Last Waltz is fake? Overdubbed, lip synched and poorly acted, Spinal Tap is more believable.

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    • miriamgalvani

      Nov 28th 2012, 20:48

      @MrGoodfella & Ichi1, happy to read I'm not alone in this vale of tears!!! Bieber and Madonna and no Rose Bowl concert no. 101???? Insane!

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    • rogertim

      Dec 17th 2012, 22:55

      This was an ok list. The order is definitely not worthy. Woodstock Should be #1 and Pink Floyd's P.U.L.S.E as #2 (1 and 2 are interchangeable). That is the bare minimum for a greatest concerts of all time list.

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    • koolno9

      Feb 5th 2013, 14:32

      You fellas could'nt have possible missed out genesis - live at wembley or paul simon's graceland for that matter.

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    • stefanopavone

      May 25th 2014, 19:19

      What the hell? No Genesis at Wembley Stadium? No QUEEN at Wembley Stadium? No Queen in Budapest (Hungarian Rhapsody)? No Simon and Garfunkel in Central Park!? A decent list, but ultimately flawed.

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    • filipmilinkovic

      Jun 28th 2014, 13:56

      Whear is metallica s&m or Iron Maiden Flight 666

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