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  • The Last Waltz (1978) The Last Waltz (1978)

    Martin Scorsese helps The Band say goodbye with the ultimate farewell concert and the single greatest live film of all time

  • The Song Remains The Same (1976) The Song Remains The Same (1976)

    Ignore those weird fantasy bits - at its heart this is Zeppelin live at their peak and it's remarkable

  • Pink Floyd - Live At Pompeii (1972) Pink Floyd - Live At Pompeii (1972)

    Alright - not really a concert film in the traditional sense, but it does capture a really amazing time in the history of Pink Floyd

  • Stop Making Sense (1984) Stop Making Sense (1984)

    The second farewell concert of the list is as much performance art as it is a concert. The Talking Heads might not be everyone's cup of tea but there's no doubting the quality of this movie

  • AC/DC: Live At Donington (1992) AC/DC: Live At Donington (1992)

    One of AC/DC's greatest ever performances was caught on tape at one of the last Monsters Of Rock festivals - unmissable rock and roll

  • The Rolling Stones - Shine A Light (2008) The Rolling Stones - Shine A Light (2008)

    One of the most recent films on this list - the Rolling Stones' 2008 Shine A Light is the best live representation of what makes the Rolling Stones so special

  • Queen Live At Wembley '86 Queen Live At Wembley '86

    The band's final tour provided many highlights and this movie provides fans with a lasting goodbye that still stands up as one of the all time great live performances by ANY band ever

  • Foo Fighters Live At Wembley (2008) Foo Fighters Live At Wembley (2008)

    This film catches the moment when a rock band becomes a Stadium Rock Band - an exhilarating example of why the Foos are the only genuine rock giant to have emerged in the past 20 years

  • Ziggy Stardust & The Spiders From Mars (1973) Ziggy Stardust & The Spiders From Mars (1973)

    The third farewell concert film on the list (what is it about these goodbyes?) and it's David Bowie's space alien rockstar alter-ego giving himself an almighty send off

  • Rust Never Sleeps (1979) Rust Never Sleeps (1979)

    This 1979 masterpiece somehow manages to capture the beautiful chaos of a Neil Young concert