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4.5 (2 votes)
DVDylan ID: D2071
Recording type: Audience
City/Venue: Nashua, NH/Holman Stadium
Date: Saturday, 6th July 1991
Never-Ending Tour Concert #332
Another film from the Casper Collection
Authored & shared by The Caretaker & The Restoration Team
  1. Simple Twist Of Fate
  2. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
  3. The Lakes Of Pontchartrain (Trad)
  4. Girl Of The North Country
  5. The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
  6. It Ain't Me, Babe
  7. Knockin' On Heaven's Door [cut]
  8. Everything Is Broken [clipped]
  9. I Believe In You
  10. Highway 61 Revisited
  11. What Good Am I ?
  12. Ballad Of A Thin Man
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Number of discs: 1
Running time: 00:56:21
Video standard: NTSC
Authoring: DVDs with menu and chapters are circulating
The Caretaker's Notes:
Yet another film from the Casper stable
This is if anything a little more "bumpy" than usual, but this also a rather more involved and aggresive performance from Bob than usual for this period
Worth your time definitely.

DVD VOB format
Sys bitrate 10080 kb/s VBR
Pics/s 29.970 frames 29.970
pic 720 x 480 4.3 (screen arranged for 16.9. that is with black border both sides)
Video mastered to 9 mbs
Another from the Casper Collection
Audio JC audio used.
Sennheiser MKE-2002 Binaural Microphones > Sony Walkman Professional Stereo Cassette-Corder WM-D6 > Fuji FR Metal IEC IV / Type IV Cassette
Transferred back on a Nakamichi CR-7A and recorded using Adobe Audition AC3 48000Hz 384 kb/s stereo

Holman Stadium is a minor league baseball park, and it appears that seats were set out on the playing field to accommodate the audience. The filmer shoots from a center lane between the seats and manages to keep the camera focused on Dylan so long as the zoom is employed. The view is relatively unobstructed except when the crowd stands, most notably during "Knockin' On Heaven's Door." (One suspects that the fans may have thought that Dylan was covering a Guns & Roses song, hence the wild enthusiasm.)

Dylan delivers a workmanlike performance in the almost atonal style typical of this period. Standouts are "The Lakes Of Pontchartrain, " "I Believe In You" and "Ballad Of A Thin Man."

Reviewed by yassou on 23rd April 2018