Springsteen on Broadway, which is on Netflix, is a great set by the Boss. Acoustic, with a lot of stories about the people around him through the years, it's personal and full of unique takes of his songs.
From a different thread but Oldkid has just triggered my Pet Peeve. Telling stories during a music performance or cutting from a concert to show some behind the scenes activities or other footage.
Adele concert BluRay - Great singer and voice with some nice song writing. actually, the songs pretty much speaks for ithemselves without an explanation. So why spend a minute or two explaining what each song is about when I can just listen to the lyrics?
Roger Water’s The Wall concert, I was quite excited when I heard about this as I didn’t get to go to the concert. A Friend offered me a free ticket but it meant I had to fly from Singapore to Austin. I was actually willing to do that since I hadn’t seen my Friend in a Long time but work projects made the timing not so good. Anyway, I at least thought I would good to watch a show that I heard was amazing only to have the concert interrupted by footage of Rog driving his vintage Bentley around Europe and talking about things I have already read or heard him talk about. I prefer my own thoughts on the music.
Pink Floyd at Pompeii: this one not as bad, at least it is interesting to capture a lot of the Dark Side of the Moon recording sessions. But I think it would have been better to split the music portion and the interviews/recording sessions to 2 different docs
John Meyer’s Blu-ray. I was really listened to his music but bought the Blu-ray when I first got a player and was building a library. I actually liked his playing and music more then I thought except he can be an annoying blowhard.