Balc. L40°
5.0 (2 votes)
DVDylan ID: D124.msu
Recording type: Audience
City/Venue: London, UK/Brixton Academy
Date: Thursday, 30th March 1995
Concert #656 of the Never Ending Tour

Special thanks for the video to THE UNIDENTIFIED TAPER & COOPS2009.

Additional thanks for the audio to THE UNIDENTIFIED TAPER & BLINDWILLIE.

Edited, sound upgraded & shared by YASSOU.
  • Disc 1 (58:21:20) (songs 1-9)
    -Introduction [opening titles over 8:12 still]
    -Crash On The Levee (Down In The Flood) [clipped 26:22/used movie clip with repeat and reverse]
    -If You See Her, Say Hello
    -All Along The Watchtower [shaky 28:11 near start/1 still; obstr. 9:08/1 still]
    -Jokerman [shaky end/4:22 still w/fade to 11:10 still before next song]
    -Every Grain Of Sand [glitch/shaky @start/12:15 still; cut/shaky 1:12:19 @31:29:15/2 stills]
    -Positively Fourth Street
    -Mr. Tambourine Man [off target 1:00:04/2 stills]
    -Masters Of War
    -Love Minus Zero/No Limit [end disk 1 message w/fadeout]
  • Disc 2 (45:14:23) (songs 10-15)
    -Opening Titles [fade in to titles]
    -God Knows [video cut before next song/audio cut to match w/7:04 still]
    -Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again [clipped 14:24/1 still; fadeout to 16:06 still before intros]
    -Band Introductions [video cut/6 stills]
    -I Believe In You [audio and video cut before encore/extracted 18:06 audio from video to fill applause gap]
    -Like A Rolling Stone [clipped 09:19/1 still; trans. to next song cut 14:16/1 still]
    -The Times They Are A-Changin’ [audio & video cut before final song/extracted 31:00 and added one 10:06 still]
    -I Shall Be Released (w/Elvis Costello) [extracted 17:01 audio from video soundtrack to fill out end; end thanks/credits/salute/fadeout]
» Toggle additional (technical) track info
Number of discs: 2
Running time: 01:43:37
Video standard: PAL
Authoring: DVDs with menu and chapters are circulating
Disk author's rating: 45+5-5-5

D124.m (Masters Series #032)
D4 A8 S8 H8 F9 BL2
DVD VOB format
Sys bitrate 10080 kb/s VBR
Pal 720x576 4.3 ratio
pics/s 25.000 frames\s 25.000 fields/s 25.00

additional coops209 notes on MS-032:
transferred from the original camera, a National Panasonic Super-VHS NVS-85B camcorder, to a LG DRT389H in HQ mode using a super-vhs transfer cable. The disc then menued and prepared in TempgenC Authoring works 4 On this film there was a tape crease just before start of Every Grain of Sand. I have left it in as when this one gets remastered as it surely will the people who do these things will probably be able to iron out that problem! This film is SO sharp an colourful! Utterly essential stuff

DIME download of MS 032>VIDEO_TS>MacBookPro4,1.>VIDEO_TS>MPEGStreamclip 1.8.1>dv>iMovie 6.0.3.

Sound upgraded w/excellent (A) LB-5784 (bootleg "F*** the Playlist")
Dropbox download>flac>xACT>aiff>Toast Titanium 10>disk images>Sound Designer II>iMovie 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); torrent generated in Bittorrent 4.4.1.

lineage: cdr's received in trade>JetAudio>flac>MakeTorrent2>HC

notes from LB-5783 and LB-5961: in 3-way comparison … this has a harsher less full sound; LB-1866 has the warmest sound; bootleg "F*** the Playlist" (LB-5784) is a little harsher than LB-1866 but has more upfront sound on the vocals so liked it best

notes from LB-6250: bittorrent download 07/08; in 5-way comparison these are different recordings based on different crowd at end of d1t3; local taper UK: A, LB-5961 is the warmest, then this, then LB-1866, then bootleg "F the Playlist" LB-5784, then bach LB-5783; local taper UK: A, LB-5961 may have a little too much bass; excellent sound [A]