Balc. L30°
5.0 (6 votes)
DVDylan ID: D200.msu
Recording type: Audience
City/Venue: Boston, Massachusetts/Fleet Center
Date: Saturday, 16th November 2002
Sourced from another quality Coops2009 master-tape transfer, author, and distribution.

Special thanks for the video to THE UNIDENTIFIED TAPER & COOPS2009
Additional thanks for the audio to UNWANTED MAN & BLINDWILLY
Great appreciation for the support, advice & encouragement of JMAN & OUTSIDETLAW
Edited, sound upgraded and shared by YASSOU
  • Disk One (Songs 1-10) (1:02:29:14)
    -Opening Titles [titles over shot of train approaching South Station/ 1:19 still added at start for a/v sync w/fade in; used 32:13 of unknown recording to fill opening applause]
    -Introduction [8:22 movie clip added at start for a/v sync]
    -Seeing The Real You At Last
    -I'll Be Your Baby Tonight [trans. to next song cut 11:22]
    -Tombstone Blues [obstr. 19:17 replaced by still; 8:04 fragment then 12 stills for missing remainder of song and trans. to next song]
    -Accidentally Like A Martyr [clipped 27:01/1 still; cut trans. to next song/8:06 still]
    -Things Have Changed [clipped 2:38:12/5 stills; end cut 5:06/1 still w/overlap to cut trans. to next song/19:11 still]
    -Brown Sugar [clipped/shaky 132:09/1 still; cut trans. to next song/9:02 still]
    -It's All Over Now, Baby Blue [clipped 53:00/2 stills; cut trans. to next song/18:21 still]
    -It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) [clipped/shaky 34:02/3 stills; cut trans. to next song/16:21 still]
    -Shelter From The Storm [clipped/shaky 19:14/1 still; end cut/shaky 1:52:24/7 stills w/fadeout]
    -Cold Irons Bound [clipped/shaky 52:02/2 stills; fade to end disk 1 message]
  • Disk 2 (Songs 11-20) (1:02:08:20)
    -Opening Titles [fade in to titles over 14:14 still]
    -Every Grain Of Sand [clipped/shaky start 15:15/2 stills; shaky 10:02/1 still]
    -Old Man [shaky start 26:18/1 still]
    -Honest With Me [shaky @14:14:13 then end cut 2:24:01/6 stills w/fade out to next song]
    -Simple Twist Of Fate [CD1-2 split and both audio and video clipped/7:00 black still ]
    -High Water (For Charley Patton)
    -Mutineer [cut trans. to next song 16:02/1 still]
    -Bye And Bye [clipped/shaky 7:18/1 still w/fade in]
    -Band Introductions [comments re critics]
    -Summer Days [shaky 19:01 @45:03:01/used repeated movie clip; transition to next song cu 26:03/fade out to still]
    -Blowin' In The Wind [clipped/shaky 36:15/1 still; 20:17 fragment follows, then 11 stills for remainder w/fade out/in to 21:06 still before last song]
    -All Along The Watchtower [missing all/9 stills w/ fade to end thanks/credits/salute]
» Toggle additional (technical) track info
Number of discs: 2
Running time: 02:04:38
Video standard: PAL
Authoring: DVDs with menu and chapters are circulating
Video sourced from D200.m master dv tapes uploaded to DIME tracker by coops2009.
D200.m (VIDEO_TS folders)>MacBookPro4,1.>VIDEO_TS>MPEGStreamclip 1.8.1>dv>iMovie 6.0.3.

Sound upgraded w/excellent (A-) LB-2948 (Unwanted Man) (slight auditorium sound on vocal)
Used 32:13 of unknown recording of same concert to fill opening applause
LB-2948 and unknown recording>aiff>Toast Titanium 10>disk images>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.

LB notes for LB-2948:
LB-2948, (79min+46min), Taper: Unwanted Man, Source: Unknown generation audio disks > (Feurio) wav > (flacfrontend) flac.; bittorrent download 07/05

LB rates this A- due to some harshness, probably due to auditorium sound on vocals.

coops2009 9 notes for D200.m:
filmed on a Panasonic a NV-DS1
transferred in HQ mode to Sony DVDrecorder. Using a high gain dv firewire
Original camera used for transfer
menued with TEMPGENC Dvd author 4.3
VOB Format
MPEG-2 Sys Bitrate 10080 kb/s VBR
Pics/s 25.000 Fram,es's 25.000 Fields/s 50,000
DVD Pal format 4.3 ratio
Audio AC3 stereo 48 Khz

watching bob preform neal young's "old man" was worth the price of admission. way cool

Reviewed by kiddylan on 11th August 2011

The review for D200.m gives information I don't need to repeat here. This sound upgrade benefits by the excellent Unwanted Man (LB-2948) audio and the help of HungerCity's blindwilly, who shared it on short notice. Clips, cuts and missing songs have been repaired/replaced with stills and, in one case, a movie clip.

Not mentioned in the D200.m review were two sarcastic remarks by Dylan. Check out the beginnings of "Mutineer" and the "Band Introductions" for a challenge to Dave Mathews and to pop music critics.

Here's a shout out to jman, who was in the crowd that night, and whose presence no doubt spurred Dylan to the vocal heights he reached.

Reviewed by yassou on 08th August 2011