The Tragically Hip That Night in Toronto

Previously released last year as part of the Hipeponymous box set, this amazing concert showcases one of the greatest live bands in the world firing on all cylinders. In spite of whatever new record they're supporting, the Hip have always done well in mixing their set lists up and this night was no exception. Far from token gestures, the band seamlessly perform songs from most of their albums, including stunning versions of "Poets," "Boots or Hearts," and a thrilling "At the Hundredth Meridian." Filmmakers Pierre and Françios Lamoureux render the spectacle gorgeously, documenting the intimacy and scale of the show. Gord Downie remains the dramatic focal point of the band, adlibbing and gesticulating his way into a sweat-soaked frenzy while the band pounds out song after song beside him. It's a testament to the Hip's loyal friendships to find them as vital a force as ever on That Night in Toronto. (Universal)