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Balc. R10°
Avg.Rating:
4.8 (8 votes)
DVDylan ID: D1055
Recording type: Audience
City/Venue: PalaLottomatica, Rome, Italy
Date: Saturday, 12th November 2011
  • DVD 1 (50:25):
    -Leopard-skin pill-box hat (w/ MK)
    -Don't think twice, it's all right (w/ MK)
    -Things have changed (w/ MK)
    -Spirit on the water
    -Honest with me
    -The lonesome death of Hattie Carroll
    -Ballad of Hollis Brown
    -Desolation row
  • DVD 2 (41:15):
    -Highway 61 revisited
    -Forgetful heart
    -Thunder on the mountain
    -Ballad of a thin man
    -All along the watchtower
    -Like a rolling stone
    -Blowin' in the wind
Number of discs: 2
Running time: 01:31:40
Video standard: PAL
Authoring: DVDs with menu and chapters are circulating
"Lineage:
Video by : Tunnel85 recorded from seated section A4, 2nd row. Hadrware : Sony HDR-HC7 camera > Blackmagic Intensity Pro capture card > PC
Software : Edition : Magix Video deluxe 17 > MPEG 2 > Authoring > DVD > you

Sound upgraded with the excellent Bach recording
Taper: "Bach"
Lineage: Neumann AK40 >Neumann MTX 191 A >Marantz PMD 661 (48 kHz-16bit) > USB 2.0 >PC > ssrc >WaveLab 6.10 >tagging Foobar >TotalCommander (md5) >ĀµTorrent 2.0


Known issues & disclaimer:
Despite some color and video correction, the image remains not very good, too dark and grainy.
Half of Leopard & Don't think twice are poor but there is the excellent audio ...
End of band introduction / beginning of Like a rolling stone missing due to tape change.

This is only a homemade dvd from fans to fans.

T85 "
Thanks T85 and Bach!


This is a welcome addition to our catalog, and Tunnel85, the filmer and, presumably, the disk editor/author, has done a fine production job. The film is shot with a steady hand, and panning, and zooming is varied enough to keep things interesting. The author points out that the film is a bit on the dark/grainy side, but this doesn't detract from enjoyment of the show. The use of sliding panels to fill missing parts at the beginning of the show was a welcome departure from the static stills used by some disk authors. (Note to self: Find out how to do this!)

The Bach soundtrack is as good as stealth audio gets, and the editor's syncing of it to the video is flawless as far as I could tell.

Dylan's performance is an impressive 5 stars, with the entire package worth at least a 4+/5-. So why be stingy? It's a '5'!

Hopefully, we'll see more from the hand of Tunnel85.

Reviewed by yassou on 16th November 2012

For stealth video and audio, this is near FIVE stars - and I am always grateful to the many hearts and hands involved in bootleg production near and far. The audio is fabulous, thank you BACH! A special highlight from this show is "Things Have Changed" featuring a trim and fit, animated Bob (he might even be smiling as he croons with harmonica in hand) with special guest Mark Knoepfler, so happy to see Mr. Sexton back with the band.

Reviewed by mary on 15th November 2012