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Old Yesterday, 01:30 PM
 
Location: Maryland
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I’m just curious, the wife and I were just commenting that we really don’t know any other people that like to sit and watch concert DVDs. We watch/listen to some of them many times over but no one else seems interested or does it, that we know. Does anyone else share this pastime?
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Old Yesterday, 01:34 PM
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I used to watch them a lot. I generally don't watch any DVDs anymore. But I watched the Led Zeppelin DVD recently. That was enjoyable. I have a pretty good stockpile of music DVDs.
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Old Yesterday, 01:56 PM
 
Location: Sweden
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I would like to.
I have never checked how many old VHS favourites has been released on DVD.
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Old Yesterday, 02:04 PM
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Location: Jollyville, TX
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We have a couple of DVD's, but we really enjoy the musical documentaries on Amazon Prime and occasionally when we want to see a particular artist, we'll put on You Tube and watch their performances. We got that idea because I couldn't bear to pay $350 each for tickets to the Moody Blues so we watched them on You Tube instead!
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Old Today, 12:45 PM
 
Location: Maryland
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We have a couple of DVD's, but we really enjoy the musical documentaries on Amazon Prime and occasionally when we want to see a particular artist, we'll put on You Tube and watch their performances. We got that idea because I couldn't bear to pay $350 each for tickets to the Moody Blues so we watched them on You Tube instead!
Yes! We actually watch a lot on YouTube also. Itís just a lot easier sometimes than digging out a DVD, waiting for it to load into the player, running through the menu, etc. YouTube is also top choice for the one song by a group that we really like when we donít like the whole album enough to buy.
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Old Today, 12:47 PM
 
Location: Sugarland
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Iím just curious, the wife and I were just commenting that we really donít know any other people that like to sit and watch concert DVDs. We watch/listen to some of them many times over but no one else seems interested or does it, that we know. Does anyone else share this pastime?
I like them. Thereís a Justin Timberlake concert on Netflix that I watch all the time and I own several concert DVDs.
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