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PostSubject: Re: Live shows on DVD   Wed Mar 19, 2008 6:56 am

Guess we are but it sure does'nt feel like that, rock & roll keeps us younger.
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PostSubject: Re: Live shows on DVD   Wed Apr 02, 2008 12:16 pm

donpepe wrote:
Guess we are but it sure does'nt feel like that, rock & roll keeps us younger.

Rock&roll and some work-out.. Years ago my dog eat affraid My vhs-copy of Rock Tokyo, Why not pot it out on DVD Idea I think it`s time!
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PostSubject: Re: Live shows on DVD   Wed Apr 02, 2008 4:58 pm

there is also a dvd available called a tribute to
buddy holly in witch various artists play buddy hollys songs
and brians 2 contrabutions are rock around with olly vee
and oh boy and i gotta tell you its brilliant you must add it to your
collection you can get it on ebay easy
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PostSubject: Re: Live shows on DVD   Wed Apr 02, 2008 5:11 pm

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It must be the Mngagsbrsen show? I remember that tv show, it was broadcasted over here in finland too.

A part on it is out on the tube in great quality.


Yes Stray matt i love that one to.
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PostSubject: Re: Live shows on DVD   Sun Apr 13, 2008 3:22 am

hey everybody,
theres one more dvd called "la bamba" with special guest brian singing one song.
and some month ago ive seen "the nanny" on tv and guess who ive seen also as a special guest? right! the brian setzer orchestra! really funny. nearly the whole orchestra playing in the foyer of the nannys house. perhaps its also available on dvd...
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PostSubject: Re: Live shows on DVD   Sun Apr 13, 2008 3:29 am

ive also a video taken from the open air in lausanne many years ago. brian is wearing his great green suite but im very sad, that ive also no possibility to turn it into dvd.
can somebody tell me why the stray tracks video isnt available on dvd? is it so expensive to produce it?
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PostSubject: Re: Live shows on DVD   Wed Apr 16, 2008 5:45 pm

danie wrote:
ive also a video taken from the open air in lausanne many years ago. brian is wearing his great green suite but im very sad, that ive also no possibility to turn it into dvd.
can somebody tell me why the stray tracks video isnt available on dvd? is it so expensive to produce it?

Although Stray Tracks isn't available on DVD you can get Stray Cats: Greatest Hits (2001)
which is more or less the same, & it appears to be available at Amazon

Stray Cats: Greatest Hits
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PostSubject: Re: Live shows on DVD   Sun Apr 20, 2008 2:41 pm

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danie wrote:
ive also a video taken from the open air in lausanne many years ago. brian is wearing his great green suite but im very sad, that ive also no possibility to turn it into dvd.
can somebody tell me why the stray tracks video isnt available on dvd? is it so expensive to produce it?

Although Stray Tracks isn't available on DVD you can get Stray Cats: Greatest Hits (2001)
which is more or less the same, & it appears to be available at Amazon

Stray Cats: Greatest Hits

Thank you. That was news for me. sunny
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PostSubject: Re: Live shows on DVD   Sun May 04, 2008 7:02 pm

I have a lot of concerts on Dvd...from audicence recordings to TV broadcasts
and im always looking for more good stuff to trade!

heres the list:

Brian Setzer - Live At Nissan Pavilion, Washington, USA 17-07-2002
Brian Setzer - Live At Star Lake Amphitheatre, Pittsburgh, USA 16-07-2002

Brian Setzer & Slim Jim Phantom - Sonic mania festival, Japan 31.01.04

Brian Setzer Orchestra - Live At West Street Sessions
Brian Setzer Orchestra - Live At Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas 1997
Brian Setzer Orchestra - Live At City Hall Plaza, Boston 26-07-1997
Brian Setzer Orchestra - Woodstock 99
Brian Setzer Orchestra - Hard rock live USA TV 2000
Brian Setzer Orchestra - Tokyo, Japan TV 02.11.99

Stray Cats - Live Rockpalast Kln 1981
Stray Cats - Live At Le Palace, Paris 05-02-1981
Stray Cats - Live At Nouvel Hippodrome, Paris 1982
Stray Cats - Live Loreley Festival 1983
Stray Cats - Live At Glen Helen Park, US Festival 28-05-1983
Stray Cats - Live At Projeto SP, So Paulo, Brazil 1990
Stray Cats - Rock Paris 89
Stray Cats - This Country's Rockin' Live USA TV 07.89 Pontiac Silverdome, Pontiac, MI
Stray Cats - Italian TV Live 17.06.89
Stray Cats - MTV New Year Live 84 Recorded at The Savoy NYC on New Years Eve 1983 (31/12/83)
Stray Cats - Montreux Jazz Festival 10.07.81

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PostSubject: Re: Live shows on DVD   Sun May 04, 2008 8:39 pm

carboncat wrote:
I have got rock tokyo but cant get the other two. Are they hard to get a hold of?

Many Thanks Smile Smile Smile
Carbon Cat UK

That's because Rock Tokyo is an official elease and the others aren't

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PostSubject: Re: Live shows on DVD   Sun May 04, 2008 8:45 pm

gtodorov wrote:
I have a lot of concerts on Dvd...from audicence recordings to TV broadcasts
and im always looking for more good stuff to trade!

heres the list:

Brian Setzer - Live At Nissan Pavilion, Washington, USA 17-07-2002
Brian Setzer - Live At Star Lake Amphitheatre, Pittsburgh, USA 16-07-2002

Brian Setzer & Slim Jim Phantom - Sonic mania festival, Japan 31.01.04

Brian Setzer Orchestra - Live At West Street Sessions
Brian Setzer Orchestra - Live At Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas 1997
Brian Setzer Orchestra - Live At City Hall Plaza, Boston 26-07-1997
Brian Setzer Orchestra - Woodstock 99
Brian Setzer Orchestra - Hard rock live USA TV 2000
Brian Setzer Orchestra - Tokyo, Japan TV 02.11.99

Stray Cats - Live Rockpalast Kln 1981
Stray Cats - Live At Le Palace, Paris 05-02-1981
Stray Cats - Live At Nouvel Hippodrome, Paris 1982
Stray Cats - Live Loreley Festival 1983
Stray Cats - Live At Glen Helen Park, US Festival 28-05-1983
Stray Cats - Live At Projeto SP, So Paulo, Brazil 1990
Stray Cats - Rock Paris 89
Stray Cats - This Country's Rockin' Live USA TV 07.89 Pontiac Silverdome, Pontiac, MI
Stray Cats - Italian TV Live 17.06.89
Stray Cats - MTV New Year Live 84 Recorded at The Savoy NYC on New Years Eve 1983 (31/12/83)
Stray Cats - Montreux Jazz Festival 10.07.81

Wink

Come on guys...let's not use this as a trading post. This is the OFFICIAL Brian Setzer forum. We all know we have access to bootlegs and we all love watching Brian in his many guises live and rareties, but i don't think we should list our trades on the forum.. Those of you who know me, know that i'm pretty anal about ALL artists and royalties. I know we can't stop the bootlegs, and I have them too, but I always make sure that I get an additional official release. Little did I know that all these years later, it would mean that i own shrink wrapped copies of STray Cats first album.... YES..unopened... LOL

Mikey Gistapo
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PostSubject: Re: Live shows on DVD   Mon May 05, 2008 1:28 pm

I completely agree about this forum not being the ideal place for a trading post. You can certainly meet people here, and then trade via PMs or email, but a forum connected to the artist's official website is not the best place to set up a trading post. If you're a notoriously slow trader like myself, it can lead to all sorts of bad feelings. Plus, people posting huge lists are setting themselves up to an avalanche of trading requests, possibly forcing them into having to refuse all sorts of requests, running the risk of coming off like a jerk. I've seen disputes break out on other artists' boards over trades, and it just isn't worth all the potential badwill that can happen.

If you see someone discussing a great show they've heard or seen, why not PM them and see if they have a copy of the show and are willing to trade for it? Maybe they'll do you a kindness if they have a mammoth collection and you're just starting out. It's a rewarding journey if you're willing to put forth the effort.

As for Mikey's practice of buying an "official" release to stimulate revenue for the artists, it's a noble act, to be sure. But you have to make a real effort to make a purchase that benefits the artist. Stray Cats haven't put out an official release or re-issue for years, save for "Rumble in Brixton," and this year's "Blast Off" and "Rock Therapy" re-issues. So if you pick up your "official" release from eBay or an Amazon re-seller, you're likely buying a previously-purchased item, and your purchase is 100% to the benefit of the seller, and 0% to the artist. That 10-inch vinyl version of Choo Choo Hot Fish on eBay was originally purchased back in 1992, and any future changing of hands thrills both the buyer and seller, but is of no benefit to the artist. And yet, these avenues are vital to those of us wishing to gain access to the complete catalog. Who is selling brand-new copies of "Let's Go Faster" for example?

I remember in the early 1990s, there was a movement by some recording artists to urge music stores to stop selling "used" music (this was in the days before downloading music was possible.) It gained very little momentum, partly because many retailers had a large "previously owned" inventory that generated significant income.

I arrived pretty late to the mp3 and digital download scene, but it is a pretty cool way to have access to albums that would never see the light of day on a proper re-issue. Hightone Records, for example, has a treasure trove of great music that has been out of print for ages now available on iTunes. As far as I can tell, it's a way to re-discover older releases where the purchases can still benefit the artists involved.

So keep fighting the good fight, Mikey! It can't be easy sticking to those principles.

Vegetarian Omelet-billy
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PostSubject: Re: Live shows on DVD   Mon May 05, 2008 8:23 pm

rickabilly wrote:
I completely agree about this forum not being the ideal place for a trading post. You can certainly meet people here, and then trade via PMs or email, but a forum connected to the artist's official website is not the best place to set up a trading post. If you're a notoriously slow trader like myself, it can lead to all sorts of bad feelings. Plus, people posting huge lists are setting themselves up to an avalanche of trading requests, possibly forcing them into having to refuse all sorts of requests, running the risk of coming off like a jerk. I've seen disputes break out on other artists' boards over trades, and it just isn't worth all the potential badwill that can happen.

If you see someone discussing a great show they've heard or seen, why not PM them and see if they have a copy of the show and are willing to trade for it? Maybe they'll do you a kindness if they have a mammoth collection and you're just starting out. It's a rewarding journey if you're willing to put forth the effort.

As for Mikey's practice of buying an "official" release to stimulate revenue for the artists, it's a noble act, to be sure. But you have to make a real effort to make a purchase that benefits the artist. Stray Cats haven't put out an official release or re-issue for years, save for "Rumble in Brixton," and this year's "Blast Off" and "Rock Therapy" re-issues. So if you pick up your "official" release from eBay or an Amazon re-seller, you're likely buying a previously-purchased item, and your purchase is 100% to the benefit of the seller, and 0% to the artist. That 10-inch vinyl version of Choo Choo Hot Fish on eBay was originally purchased back in 1992, and any future changing of hands thrills both the buyer and seller, but is of no benefit to the artist. And yet, these avenues are vital to those of us wishing to gain access to the complete catalog. Who is selling brand-new copies of "Let's Go Faster" for example?

I remember in the early 1990s, there was a movement by some recording artists to urge music stores to stop selling "used" music (this was in the days before downloading music was possible.) It gained very little momentum, partly because many retailers had a large "previously owned" inventory that generated significant income.

I arrived pretty late to the mp3 and digital download scene, but it is a pretty cool way to have access to albums that would never see the light of day on a proper re-issue. Hightone Records, for example, has a treasure trove of great music that has been out of print for ages now available on iTunes. As far as I can tell, it's a way to re-discover older releases where the purchases can still benefit the artists involved.

So keep fighting the good fight, Mikey! It can't be easy sticking to those principles.

Vegetarian Omelet-billy

Cheers Senor Omelet-billy, AKA Sir Rick of Billy-dom!

Yeah I know what you mean. When i talk about an official release, I mean going to a regular store and buying otc. My crazy ideals may be misplaced, however, during the 80's it means that I bought plenty of pristine original albums. For instance, am I the only person in the world (lol) with an unopened shrink wrapped Stray Cats first album. And I remember buying it from Virgin for 3.49, because I'd got a bootleg of the Radio 1 & 2 broadcasts, and felt gui;ty about depriving the three guys of royalties. How naive was I? I had no idea of how corrupt the business is or was. However, it made me feel better if I bought a bootleg, to get another official release. I have way too many LP's of the Cats early albums....

Mikey Stoopid a billy x
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PostSubject: Re: Live shows on DVD   Thu Aug 07, 2008 9:33 pm

Hey Rickabilly,

You still owe me those DVD's man. You better send them now, ... or else ! Mad
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PostSubject: Re: Live shows on DVD   Thu Aug 07, 2008 10:16 pm

HAHAHA! Like I'd have something on DVD you don't already have...

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PostSubject: Re: Live shows on DVD   Thu Aug 14, 2008 3:58 am

jaybird wrote:
danie wrote:
ive also a video taken from the open air in lausanne many years ago. brian is wearing his great green suite but im very sad, that ive also no possibility to turn it into dvd.
can somebody tell me why the stray tracks video isnt available on dvd? is it so expensive to produce it?

Although Stray Tracks isn't available on DVD you can get Stray Cats: Greatest Hits (2001)
which is more or less the same, & it appears to be available at Amazon

Stray Cats: Greatest Hits


well, I think that Greatest hits DONt have VERY INTERESTING interwiew,that was in Stray Tracks originally(comments about every song,about early Stray Cats days,how videos were made etc).
Everybody should see Rockpalast 1981 recording and 1989 Finland,kaivopuisto,Helsinki is also very good(except Brians jacket,which is AWFUL!!...even matches Tribute to Buddy Holly custome ha,ha)
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