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3.8 (6 votes)
DVDylan ID: D072.su
Recording type: Audience
City/Venue: Sonoria '94, Milano, Italy
Date: Friday, 8th July 1994
Never-Ending Tour Concert #580

A Carlo Sound Upgrade

  1. Jokerman
  2. Lay Lady Lay
  3. All Along The Watchtower
  4. Born In Time
  5. Tangled Up In Blue
  6. Watching The River Flow
  7. Love Minus Zero/No Limit
  8. Masters Of War
  9. Boots Of Spanish Leather
  10. God Knows
  11. Shelter From The Storm
  12. Maggie's Farm
  13. Ballad Of A Thin Man
  14. It Ain't Me, Babe
Number of discs: 1
Running time: 01:39
Video standard: PAL
Authoring: DVDs with menu and chapters are circulating


This is great stuff. Very atmospheric, EXCELLENT performances, easy on the eye and ear. Rate less than 5 stars only due to occasional shakes and obstructions, and a couple brief instances of video interference, all mainly occuring towards the beginning and the end of the set.

Video source, a longish medium shot, quite steady, few obstructions, nice natural colors, good views of Dylan all through which include all the other band members now and again. Very nearly complete.

Audio, a fine source expertly syncronized to the video, perfect save a few claps and shouts from nearby throughout the set.

More excellence in authoring from the hands responsible for high grade DVDs like #D394.su Merano 92 and #D302.su Bern 93, among quite a few others. BRAVO!

Man, what a show.
Bob and the band are clearly on from the opening Jokerman. Just an excellent show all through featuring a very strong and in charge Bob, in great voice, and enthusiastic on guitar and harmonica. The entire performance is quite dynamic, the band responsive, tight and loose at the same time. Born in Time, Love Minus Zero, Boots, Shelter, Maggies, all stand out. Other highlights include 1 hour 40 plus minutes of Classic Bob Dylan in concert. I can honestly say there isn't an off performance on the DVD.
Very high 4 stars for the DVD, 5 stars for the show.

Reviewed by jman on 20th March 2006