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4.0 (6 votes)
DVDylan ID: D066
Recording type: Audience
City/Venue: Broome County Forum, Binghamton, NY, US
Date: Monday, 12th October 1992
  1. Pretty Peggy-O [clipped slightly]
  2. All Along The Watchtower
  3. Simple Twist Of Fate
  4. It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry
  5. Positively 4th Street
  6. Silvio
  7. Little Moses
  8. Boots Of Spanish Leather
  9. It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)
  10. Gates Of Eden
  11. Unbelievable
  12. Queen Jane Approximately
  13. Man In The Long Black Coat
  14. Maggie's Farm
  15. What Good Am I?
  16. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
  17. It Ain't Me, Babe
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Number of discs: 1
Running time: 01:57
Video standard: NTSC
Authoring: DVDs with menu and chapters are circulating
Song 1 "Everything Is Broken" is missing Slight auditorium echo. Bass boost helps. Camera close on Dylan.


this is an excellent dvd.
the picture is pretty dark, but the focus isn't bad and the colors are bright. camera is very steady throughout, mostly staying on Dylan, but also some very tasteful pans. Great Work by the taper! the sound is very good if not excellent, especially for being from an onboard mike.
Dylan is in fine form on this evening, as is the band. lots of strong performances. the crowd is enthusiastic and Dylan seems to feed off of them, particularly during the solo/acoustic portions.
Many highlights throughout this performance. Pretty Peggy-O is excellent, as is a high intensity acoustic Simple Twist of Fate. Boots, It's Alright Ma, Gates of Eden, all wonderful. Man in the Long Black Coat does not disappoint, and What Good Am I is poignant and sincere.
Get this one if you can.

Reviewed by jman on 18th February 2005

Pretty excellent video recording. The stable camera is positioned slighly on the right side to the stage (viewerīs perspective) and focusses on Dylan mostly in medium- , if not "american" shot, so that thereīs some room around our man and one can watch at least JJ and Winston as well. Itīs a splendid show with many highly exciting performances (or parts of performances) - a wonderfully groovinī "Pretty Peggy-O" that maintains a terrific suspense for over seven minutes, a beautiful and tender acoustic set and some enlightening "Man in the Long Black Coat" that builds up to a manic intensitiy towards the end. Itīs interesting to compare Dylanīs performance from this period to, letīs say, one from 2003. On the surface heīs much less "animated" on stage - he mostly "just stands" there. To an extend that I sometimes wondered if those moving nasal sounds really come out of him. Itīs a rather different kind of approach to his vocals - he seems much more "by himself" here, the interplay with the band is a completely natural thing - so much that he never even glances to anyone. They do their part, he does his own.

Reviewed by honestwithme on 18th January 2004