Floor L20°
4.4 (9 votes)
DVDylan ID:
Recording type: Audience
City/Venue: O'Keefe Centre For The Performing Arts, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Date: Tuesday, 5th June 1990
  1. Introduction
  2. Subterranean Homesick Blues [closing 1.5 minutes only; audio restored; slideshow added]
  3. I'll Remember You
  4. Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
  5. Tears Of Rage
  6. Masters Of War
  7. Gotta Serve Somebody
  8. Tomorrow Is A Long Time
  9. Desolation Row
  10. The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
  11. John Brown [abrupt transition from Track 10]
  12. One Too Many Mornings
  13. Everything Is Broken
  14. Simple Twist Of Fate
  15. All Along The Watchtower
  16. I Shall Be Released
  17. Like A Rolling Stone
  18. Barbara Allen
  19. The Times They Are A-Changin'
  20. Highway 61 Revisited [Video source audio used for 1st verse not on upgrade audio]
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Number of discs: 1
Running time: 01:35:40
Video standard: NTSC
Authoring: DVDs with menu and chapters are circulating
Sound upgraded with very good (A-) unknown source. Some cuts between tracks and missing 1st verse of Track 20
2nd gen. VHS tape>Canon ZR-80>iMovieHD>iDVD.
Rather dark due to poor arena lighting.
Stills and special effects added to patch clips and cuts and maintain a/v sync.
Upgrade audio source speeded up to maintain a/v sync (Tracks 1-11 .75%/Tracks 12-20 .50%)

Once again, one of our most intrepid author/archivist/video-dylanlogist's has revisited the vaults to restore, upgrade, and re-release an easily overlooked but quite worthy early NET gem.

Video star ratings are pretty accurate. Very steady and quite clear considering generational loss and the minimal stage lighting. Rather monochrome, again due to lighting. A few partial obstructions are steadily managed, insuring minimal distraction. Great pans to include GE on solos and gentle zooms throughout. Excellent camera work here.

This looks to be a great transfer of a very good vhs tape. The film is complete and uncut save the notes in the listing.
Authoring, slideshows, tasteful effects, and audio sychronization of the level we've come to celebrate regularly from this active sound upgrade technician. A fine audience audio recording was used. Bravo!

A nice performance, Dylan is quite chatty, smiling, and engaged in his work. Mostly strong lyrical and vocal performances save a few missed or repeated lines here and there. A liberal sprinkling of harp worth throughout. Band is very good this night. Crowd is respectful but very excited and and responsive which seems to encourage and bring Dylan out as the show progresses.

Another smoking 1990 Masters of War, a committed and powerful acoustic set Tommorow Never Knows>One Too Many Mornings, and the strong Barbara Allen and Times encores all provided highlights to my taste.

Highly recommended. Get it, you won't be disappointed. This is a special night with Dylan, expertly captured for our enjoyment. Surely the best available DVD package from this North American swing. Misses 5 stars due only to the dark picture throughout.
Grateful thanks to all involved,, and Mr. Dylan always.

Reviewed by jman on 02nd January 2007