Jeff Buckley - Live at Sin-é, just to hear that voice.
Nirvana Unplugged - Even watching it was so incredible, and quite eerie with the lillies and the candles, I can't imagine what it would be like to be there.
David Bowie on any date of his Serious Moonlight tour, but particually the Wembley Stadium gig.
I e-mailed stupid bogaloobar of course, saying that the only audience they get from announcing the tickets by e-mail, and selling them out the next three minutes is computer-geeks with no life online 24/7. They acually replied.
For me it would have to be the Pet Shop Boys Performance tour from the early 90's, I saw them recently and it was amazing, but the costumes and the video projections looked amazing from the performance tour.
I keep finding new ones - this one is with Bowie and Marianne Faithfull during the Diamond Dogs era (I think?) - Bowie was at his very best (sooo godly) and with such perfect timing...but poor Marianne is definitely lagging. Still, it's heartfelt. Also interesting from a fashion perspective - nobody to work those arms like Bowie :P
I would have given my right arm to see the Who at Leeds Also, some of the bands I love such as Radiohead, have gotten so big that seeing them now entails being 3 miles from the stage and still paying 75 dollars, so I wish I could have seen them when they were smaller..also seeing Zepp in a small environment would have been amazing. I would most definitely give both my arms to have seen Gram Parsons/The Byrds.
Right,i was saying I wanted to see them when they recorded the Leeds concert that became the album, which was during their heyday.. I know for certain I don't want to see them now Did you see them recently? I saw them on I think David Letterman or something and it made me a bit sad.