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Avg.Rating:
4.6 (32 votes)
DVDylan ID: D182
Recording type: Audience
City/Venue: Brixton Academy, London, UK
Date: Friday, 31st March 1995
Never-Ending Tour Concert #657
  1. Introduction [versions 2, 3, 4 only]
  2. Crash On The Levee (Down In The Flood)
  3. Seņor (Tales Of Yankee Power)
  4. All Along The Watchtower
  5. I Don't Believe You
  6. Tombstone Blues
  7. Shelter From The Storm
  8. Mr. Tambourine Man
  9. The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
  10. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
  11. Highway 61 Revisited
  12. In The Garden
  13. Joey
  14. Like A Rolling Stone
  15. My Back Pages
  16. I Shall Be Released
  17. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
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Number of discs: 1
Running time: 01:45
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

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