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DVDylan ID: D541.m
Recording type: Audience
City/Venue: Rotterdam, The Netherlands + NEC Birmingham, England, UK
1987 Temples In Flames Tour Concerts #9 & 25

Sourced from the master tapes.

Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Sportpaleis Ahoy
19 September 1987

Birmingham, England, UK
International Arena
National Exhibition Center
11 October 1987
  • ROTTERDAM 19-9-87 (DD) (59 minutes)
    -The Times They Are A-Changin'
    -Highway 61 Revisited
    -Ballad Of A Thin Man
    -Shot Of Love
    -Queen Jane Approximately
    -Deadman Deadman
    -I Shall Be Released
    -Clean Cut Kid (s)
    -I Want You
    -John Brown
    -Watching The River Flow
    -Slow Train
    -Chimes Of Freedon w/Roger McGuinn
    -Gotta Serve Somebody w/Roger McGuinn
  • BIRMINGHAM 11-10-87 (MG) (27 minutes)
    -Blowin In The Wind
    -Like A Rolling Stone
    -Maggies Farm
    -Forever Young
    -Watching The Rover Flow
    -Ballad Of A Thin Man
    -Iíll Be Your Baby Tonight
Number of discs: 1
Running time: 01:26
Video standard: PAL
Authoring: DVDs with proper chapter marks are circulating
Tapers Notes:

BOTH FILMS ARE RAW AND UNEDITED.
These have have circulated previously with redubbed sound.
This was done in the days before digital (BD).
This meant that replacing the sound meant losing the original sound(as it was overdubbed) or making a copy and replacing the sound on that.
The latter method happened for both these films.
First gen copies were sent to Belgium where they were redubbed. Of course, the engineers (BD) did the same thing and made a copy of THEIR copy which was re-dubbed. To sync the sound the original, video was stopped periodically resulting in very minor disruptions here and there which are not evident here.
The other day whilst dusting off the cobwebs in my huge archive I discovered I still had both these films off the original master. I have the OK to post these in the firm faith that they will one day soon get re-dubbed the digital way. We can all hope.

VHS E-30 cassettes on a JVC Camcorder (unknown model) > VHS Master> DVD

If you already have these films from the re-dubbed 3rd gen copies you will see a marked improvement here.