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15 The greatest concert films of all time!

Stop Making Sense: Released in 1984, the band’s documentary film was recorded during.

Live in Praha’ by Radiohead: The film was recorded during the band’s performance on August 23, 2009.

World’s on Fire’ by The Prodigy: The Prodigy are known for their electrifying performances.

The Rolling Stones Rock: This circus-themed live movie was shot in 1968, but it was not released until 1996.

Tourfilm’ by R.E.M: This doc-concert movie was shot during the group’s 1989.

This Is It’ by Michael Jackson: The preparation for MJ’s planned series of concerts in 2009.

The Velvet Underground and Nico: A Symphony of Sound ‘ by The Velvet Underground.

Sign o’ the Times’ by Prince: In November 1987, Price fans could finally watch the artist’s film.

‘Let It Be’ by The Beatle: This documentary film directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg.

Pink Floyd: This 1972 performance is as epic as it gets when it comes to concert films.

The Song Remains: This concept concert film released in 1976 mixes live footage.

Fade to Black’ by Jay-Z: The farewell show that never was took place at Madison.

Neil Young: The movie covers two shows in 2005 at Ryman Auditorium in Nashville.

Live at the Paramount: Nirvana’s ‘MTV Unplugged’ live album might be really popular.

Shut Up and Play: The band’s farewell gig at NYC’s Madison Square Garden is covered in this 2012.



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