4.8 (32 votes)
DVDylan ID: D001.sf
Recording type: ProShot
City/Venue: Toronto, Canada
Date: Sunday, 20th April 1980
Professionally authored and factory pressed by "Smiling Face".
  1. Introduction (story told by member of Dylan's entourage)
  2. If I've Got My Ticket, Lord (sung by Dylan's entourage)
  3. Hold On (sung by Dylan's entourage)
  4. The Rainbow Sign (sung by Dylan's entourage)
  5. Show Me The Way, Lord (sung by Dylan's entourage)
  6. Freedom At The Wall (sung by Dylan's entourage)
  7. This Train Is Bound For Glory (sung by Dylan's entourage)
  8. Gotta Serve Somebody
  9. I Believe In You
  10. When He Returns
  11. Ain't Gonna Go To Hell For Anybody
  12. Cover Down, Break Through
  13. Man Gave Names To All The Animals
  14. Precious Angel [start clipped]
  15. Slow Train
  16. Stranger In The City (sung by Mona Lisa Young)
  17. Walk Around Heaven All Day (sung by Mary Bridget)
  18. Do Right To Me, Baby (Do Unto Others)
  19. Solid Rock
  20. Saving Grace
  21. Saved
  22. What Can I Do For You? (Bob on harp)
  23. In The Garden [spliced]
  24. Are You Ready?
  25. Pressing On
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Number of discs: 1
Video standard: NTSC
Authoring: DVDs with menu and chapters are circulating

This is a brief review.
The content of this disc is fine, but I have a major gripe with the menu programming. It's one of those menus that can prove frustrating, but fine if you want to watch the disc from start to finish.

Reviewed by lenny on 26th August 2006

I just watch it again and it's great. Since opening speach until last notes of Pressing On. I don't understand English so well to be able review how much bigot Dylan is in Gospel presented here, but I believe him. Dylan and all his stuff is in excellent mood and music flows like a river of faith and passion.
My highlights: This Train Is Bound For Glory, Ain't Gonna Go To Hell For Anybody (can't understand why it miss on any official releaase), Slow Train, Saved, What Can I Do For You?

Reviewed by lavicky on 25th March 2006

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