Reviews and Problems with The Eagles: Farewell I Live From Melbourne
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Movie overall 10
31 July 2013
Excerpt: As an Eagles fan I love this blu-ray. Have this on HDDVD as well and this is much better. The audio quality is great as you can make out the individual voices and instruments. Wish they would put out Hell Freezes Over in blu-ray.
Excerpt: First of all, I have to state that I am a big fan of the Eagles and their music. Their songs, music, and lyrics are outstanding. I had this presentation in the DVD format, but I traded it to a "non-HD" friend of mine for a bottle of Napa Cab---a great trade for both of us! So now about the Blu-ray: The picture and sound are both considerably better than the DVD.
Excerpt: i never had so much shiver in my life 3 songs make me like this 1) new kids in town 2) lyin eyes 3) hotel california the sound of this bluray is astonishing i can tell you it is like heaven paradise if you had the dvd as i did you can buy this bluray the eyes closed the picture is in top and the dts sound hd more than fantastic incredible terrific fabulous i watch the 3 hours of this concert in one shot i couldn t stop it
Excerpt: Quality is same as the up-scale DVD. If you all own the DVD of this, I think you will not need to buy this Blu-ray. As to with the up-scaled DVD and the newly released Blu-ray has nothing in deference.
Excerpt: Great concert !. Loved hearing the usual hits plus a few new songs. Started a bit mellow with the country rock hits featuring great harmonizing vocals and finished very strong with the up tempo standards featuring Joe Walsh on slide guitar. There was more than one encore and Hotel California was performed finishing with Take It Easy and Desperado. Video was very clear with good close ups of the band members doing their thing .
Excerpt: Synopsis: The Eagles play Melbourne in 2004. Comments: Although I watched a little less than half of the fairly-lengthy show, I think I can safely say that this is a top-notch concert BD. (I'd put it on par with "The Police: Certifiable".) The songs and the musicianship are wonderful - kudos to Steuart Smith, Don Felder's talented replacement, and to the rest of the back-up musicians - and the camera-work is excellent, with great close-ups and relevant lingering shots of...