4.6 (5 votes)
DVDylan ID: D132
Recording type: ProShot
  1. Gotta Serve Somebody (Saturday Night Live 1979)
  2. I Believe In You
  3. When You Gonna Wake Up?
  4. Ending Credits
  5. License To Kill (in the studio)
  6. Don't Fall Apart On Me Tonight
  7. Don't Start Me Talking (Letterman 1984)
  8. License To Kill
  9. Jokerman
  10. I'll Remember You (Farm Aid 1985)
  11. Trust Yourself
  12. Maggie's Farm
  13. Blood In My Eyes (promo video)
  14. Forever Young (Letterman 1993)
  15. Not Dark Yet (promo video)
  16. Love Sick (Grammys 1998)
  17. Acceptance Speech
  18. Train Of Love (Johnny Cash Tribute)
  19. Don't Think Twice, It's All Right (with Eric Clapton)
  20. Crossroads
  21. Things Have Changed (promo video)
  22. Things Have Changed (Oscars 2002)
  23. Love And Theft (commercial)
  24. Cry A While (Grammys 2002)
  25. Cross The Green Mountain (promo video)
Number of discs: 1
Authoring: DVDs with menu and chapters are circulating

Avoid, some of the picture quality is just plain terrible, much much better to be had elsewhere. Contentwise nothing new, SNL yet again, Letterman - yet again, Farm Aid - yet again, and so on......
Go and spend your time getting/watching some of the Compilation DVDs.
A (definitely) not essential DVD.

Reviewed by napbon on 04th February 2005

excellent, professional grade dvd compilation. absolutely beautiful menus, and lots of essential material. Great Work folks!
almost all 10 star stuff, the Infidels videos with Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare are the only questionable quality video, but the performance is one of the highlights of all dvd dylan for me personally.
actually, this is basically all highlights: the epic saturday night live appearance, punk rock Infidels at Letterman, clearly having a blast with Clapton, Trust Yourself with Willie and the crew....this is all just wonderful stuff.
Also, the more I watch it, the more I think the 2002 Grammy's Cry A While is one of the best TV takes ever.
a five star, 'excellent', dvd.
My thanks to Keith for hooking me up and to

Reviewed by jman on 30th January 2005

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