Rolling Stone's Top 25 Music DVD's of All-Time

The DVD format has been a blessing (easy distribution of concert and documentary films) and a cures (draining disposable spending from CDs) to the record business. Still, no one can deny that there is product available in the format that just couldn't have been seen before the late-90's.

The editors at Rolling Stone took a look at the format and narrowed it down to the Top 25 Music DVD's of All-Time. While one of your favorites may not be here, you can't deny that this would be a pretty great start for someone's music library.
  1. The Last Waltz (The Band, Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Eric Clapton, Neil Diamond, more)
  2. Monterey Pop (Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, the Who, Simon & Garfunkel, more)
  3. A Hard Day's Night (Beatles)
  4. Woodstock: Three Days of Peace and Music (Crosby, Stills & Nash, the Who, Jimi Hendrix, Joe Cocker, more)
  5. Metallica: Some Kind of Monster (Metallica)
  6. Gimme Shelter (Rolling Stones)
  7. Wild Style (Fab Five Freddy, Grandmaster Flash, more)
  8. Stop Making Sense (Talking Heads)
  9. Purple Rain (Prince)
  10. No Direction Home (Bob Dylan)
  11. I Am Trying to Break Your Heart: A Film About Wilco (Wilco)
  12. The Filth & the Fury: A Sex Pistols Film (Sex Pistols)
  13. The Kids Are Alright (the Who)
  14. Hype! (Nirvana, more)
  15. Elvis: '68 Comeback Special (Elvis Presley)
  16. Dig! (Dandy Warhols, Brian Jonestown Massacre)
  17. Madonna: Truth or Dare (Madonna)
  18. End of the Century: The Story of the Ramones (Ramones)
  19. Deep Blues: A Pilgrimage to the Crossroads (Junior Kimbrough, R.L. Burnside, Big Jack Johnson, more)
  20. The T.A.M.I. Show (Rolling Stones, Marvin Gaye, Supremes, James Brown, more)
  21. The Old Grey Whistle Test, Volume 1 (Lynyrd Skynyrd, Talking Heads, more)
  22. The Harder They Come (Jimmy Cliff)
  23. Tupac: Resurrection (Tupac Shakur)
  24. The Devil and Daniel Johnston (Daniel Johnston)
  25. U2: Rattle & Hum (U2)

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