DVDylan ID: D182
Recording type: Audience
City/Venue: Brixton Academy, London, UK
Date: Friday, 31st March 1995

I just watched this. The sound is great. Very loud and all the instruments are clear. The camera shot is predominantly positioned at the mic stand with a good close up of Dylan. The film is pretty clear. Probably a few generations high but nonetheless its a really steady and clear image. The performance is awesome. The vocals are really nice tonight proving the proper subtlety on acoustic numbers and power on the electric songs when needed. I give this 5 stars because of the exceptional performance, camera positioning, and sound.

Reviewed by hallyyu on 24th January 2008

Very nice concert. My first one to receive as a club member and it is fantastic. The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll is haunting and tender; it raised the hair on back of my neck. D in perfect form. I've always had this notion that while Elvis was the 'king' of rock & roll, Dylan has certainly been the captain!

Reviewed by tchiphead2 on 22nd June 2007

Epic stuff.
Great video. My copy (with the blocky title menu see screenshots) is clearly soundupgraded from a excellent source with brief dropouts between some songs and rates 5 STARS for audio. seamless a/v sync.
Performance highlights from top to bottom.
Truely a must have, top ten personal list.

Reviewed by jman on 18th April 2006

THe 95 UK tour is a fantstic period where Bob really pulled out all stops, and this dvd captures both the quality of the music and the fun he was having. Obviously the guitarless singing style is very unusual for the man...and the fantastic version of Senor proves that he can pull it off, but what makes this dvd so good is the fantastic finale where he is joined by Elvis costello, Chrissie Hynde and Carol King...I've never seen our man smile so much on stage..he is really having a good time. On a technical level, the sound is clear and clean, the picyure is steady (tripod) and close. This is one of a series of three consecutive nights..and both of the others are worthy of a look, particularly the night before where once again he is joined by Costello..all in all this is really worth a look.

Reviewed by finny on 28th June 2004