Best Concert Film

I never seem to tire of Talking Heads great concert film, "Stop Making Sense". Never ceases to get the adrenaline pumping, the foot taping, and a smile from ear-to-ear. I used to have a VHS tape of it long ago.

Any other nominations for "Best Concert Film" of all time? I couldn't find any threads in the archives on the subject.

Just got "Real Live Roadrunning" by Mark Knopfler and Emmylou Harris. 1st rate performance from two of music greats.
Roy Orbison: Black and White Night.
Bruce Springsteen, Elvis Costello, Jackson Browne, JD Souther, Bonnie Raitt, KD Lang, Tom Waits, Jennifer Warns and James Burton.
Miner42 wrote...

"Richard Manuel commited suidice shorty afte the film"

Actually, it was seven or eight years after the film.

I lived in Kingston, NY between 1984-1986. There was a little bar called the Getaway Country Inn in Woodstock that I believe Levon at least partly owned. The Band was playing there in the middle of the week. My buddy and I worked second shift, so at midnight we raced up there to catch the show. We got there just as they were wrapping up. I did manage to talk to Rick Danko for a couple of minutes.

A few months later I heard on the news that Richard had died in Florida.