4.6 (32 votes)
|City/Venue:||Brixton Academy, London, UK|
|Date:||Friday, 31st March 1995|
Never-Ending Tour Concert #657
- Introduction [versions 2, 3, 4 only]
- Crash On The Levee (Down In The Flood)
- Seņor (Tales Of Yankee Power)
- All Along The Watchtower
- I Don't Believe You
- Tombstone Blues
- Shelter From The Storm
- Mr. Tambourine Man
- The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
- It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
- Highway 61 Revisited
- In The Garden
- Like A Rolling Stone
- My Back Pages
- I Shall Be Released
- Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
|Number of discs:||1|
|Video standard:||Both PAL and NTSC versions are available|
|Authoring:||DVDs with menu and chapters are circulating|
There are several versions of this DVD, all steady, close, with few obstructions sourced from a (probably) PAL videotape:
1. An NTSC authored, sound upgraded version, probably upgraded with the "Bob's Full House" boot.
2. A 2-disk NTSC authored and sound upgraded version called "Hoarders Inc. Production " which was distributed via bittorrent in early 2008. The sound upgrade source appears to be the same as 1 above.
3. A newer authored "Rip This Joint" PAL format version (see menu screenshot) off master, but not sound upgraded.
4. A 2-disk authored PAL version that is sourced from 3 above and sound upgraded with LB-7047 (ssrc-corrected version from same master as LB-5962). This version was uploaded to the HungerCity tracker in December 2008. 5. Another 2-disk authored PAL version that is sourced from 3 above and sound upgraded with the Bob's Full House boot.. This version was uploaded to the TangledUpInTorrents tracker in December 2008.
I just watched this. The sound is great. Very loud and all the instruments are clear. The camera shot is predominantly positioned at the mic stand with a good close up of Dylan. The film is pretty clear. Probably a few generations high but nonetheless its a really steady and clear image. The performance is awesome. The vocals are really nice tonight proving the proper subtlety on acoustic numbers and power on the electric songs when needed. I give this 5 stars because of the exceptional performance, camera positioning, and sound.
Reviewed by hallyyu on 24th January 2008
Very nice concert. My first one to receive as a club member and it is fantastic. The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll is haunting and tender; it raised the hair on back of my neck. D in perfect form. I've always had this notion that while Elvis was the 'king' of rock & roll, Dylan has certainly been the captain!
Reviewed by tchiphead2 on 22nd June 2007