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5.0 (5 votes)
DVDylan ID: D1021
Recording type: Audience
City/Venue: Worcester, Massachusetts, USA/Centrum Arena
Date: Sunday, 14th November 1999
NOTE: This item and D837 are apparently from the same camera, most likely a Hi8 camera. The Hi8 tape was then probably copied to mini-dv tape, with the last part of "Highlands" cut.

Never-Ending Tour Concert #1159

Special thanks for the video to TOM P. & RAYGUN.

Additional thanks for the audio to THE UNKNOWN TAPER.

Grateful as always for the audio support of OUTSIDETLAW.

Edited, sound upgraded and shared by YASSOU.
  • Disk 1 (songs 1-7) (50:11:01)
    -Introduction [w/opening titles over 14:08 still; obstr. video]
    -Somebody Touched Me [obtsr. start 5:04/1 still; obstr. trans. to next song/9:08 still]
    -To Ramona [obtsr. start 5:04/1 still]
    -Mama, You Been On My Mind [cut 12 frames before song for a/v sync]
    -A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall [cut 7 frames before song for a/v sync; cut 2 frames @22:11:28 for a/v sync]
    -Don't Think Twice, It's All Right [cut 10 frames before song for a/v sync]
    -All Along The Watchtower [cut 10 frames before song for a/v sync]
    -Highlands [cut 5 frames before song for a/v sync; end disk 1 message]
  • Disk 2 (songs 8-14) (47:45:14)
    -Opening Titles [tiles over clip]
    -Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
    -Not Dark Yet [cut 10 frames before song for a/v sync.; cut 5 frames @ 13:13:11 for a/v sync.]
    -Band Introductions [cut 2 frames before intros. for a/v sync]
    -Everything Is Broken [cut 5 frames@19:03:08 for a/v sync; cut 2:01:00 of encore break]
    -Love Sick [cut 15 frames before song for a/v sync; cut 5 frames @ 26:49:15 for a/v sync.]
    -Like A Rolling Stone [cut 5 frames before song for a/v sync; cut 3 frames @ 33:18:07 for a/v sync.]
    -Girl Of The North Country [cut 7 frames before song for a/v sync; cut 3 frames @ 39:20:10 for a/v sync.]
    -Not Fade Away [cut 5 frames before song for a/v sync; cut 3 frames @ 39:20:10 for a/v sync.]
    -End Thanks & Credits
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Number of discs: 2
Running time: 01:37:57
Video standard: NTSC
Authoring: DVDs with menu and chapters are circulating
Video sourced from Hi8 tape.
Hi8 camera>avi>iMovie 6.03

Sound upgraded with excellent (A) LB-4636.
LB-4636>Toast Titanium 8 disk images>Sound Studio 3.5.6iMovie 6.0.3.

Audio and video assets edited in iMovie 6.0.3; authored, multiplexed and burned to VIDEO_TS folder in iDVD 7.1.2 (Professional Quality 2-pass variable bit rate encoding.


wow. after watching this video once, i immediately watched it again. i kept saying to myself "this has to be a Pro shot". one of the best quality videos i have ever seen. no shaking, no bouncing around.. again it appears to be a pro shot. great job!!! Kid Dylan

Reviewed by kiddylan on 22nd January 2012

After his great performance 24 hours earlier in East Rutherford, NJ, one might have forgiven Zimmy a letdown the next night. But, as if to contradict the lines from "Highlands" that "You could say that I'm on anything but a roll", Dylan rolled into Worcester, an hour west of Boston town, with as great a performance as anyone could have hoped for. The setlist wasn't as varied or as flashy as East Rutherford, and there were only 14 songs, but, if you count "Highlands " as two, and consider the fact that Phil Lesh didn't sit in, the evening was more than satisfactory. Highlights for me were "Hard Rain," "Everything Is Broken," and, of course, "Highlands," Dylan's nod to Robert Burns and his own roots in the northern regions of the You-Nited States. (That song was posted to YouTube and you can watch it here while you're waiting for your download to finish or your seed disk to arrive: http://youtu.be/1Lj_vuQgUzc.)

I'm running out of stars for these great gifts from the filmer, Tom P. and his buddy raygun, but I think there are still five around here somewhere. "Iím already there in my mind, and thatís good enough for now."

Reviewed by yassou on 22nd January 2012