Roger Waters \ The Wall / On Blu-ray Video

Johnny Vinyl

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The only thing I want is Alan Parker's The Wall on Blu-ray.
 
Feb 8, 2011
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That's also a very good music video ↑ John, on DVD. ...And yet not available on 4K Blu-ray with Dolby Atmos audio. ...That would be cool.
And that live music concert above (1st post) on Blu-ray...is awesome. If you have a chance to watch and listen to it...highly recommended.
...And very affordable too (there is another less expensive one @ only $17.49 Cdn, also a 2-disc BR set).

* I'm a huge Floyd's fan, so my collection on LPs, CDs, DVDs, DVD Audio, SACD, Blu-ray, Blu-ray Audio, ...is quite extensive.
Plus their solo albums, and films too.

I'd say that Pink Floyd, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan and Van Morrison are the four artists that I have the most titles on several audio/video formats, very.
 

Johnny Vinyl

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I've have it on DVD for years and enjoy it, but I'd love the better audio that any Blu-ray would provide.

Like you I'm a huge Pink Floyd fan and have all of their albums on LP, CD and some SACD's. I have 10 various LP pressings of DSOTM alone.
 
Feb 8, 2011
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DSOTM I'm sure several members here have many copies from various pressings and other formats.

- LPs, I had perhaps four or six (maybe two or three left now).
- CD/SACD, four or six as well.

But that one from the first post above I have one, on Blu-ray, and it is totally awesome! The video quality is hi, the live energy is hi, Roger is in top form.
The animated wall is something you have to see, incredible...well done. For any Roger Waters' fan, it's a Must Own...IMO. And it's less than twenty bucks.
It's in Dolby Atmos too (eventually I'll be up there). But it's not in 3D, and it's not in 4K.
 

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