Floor centre
4.5 (2 votes)
DVDylan ID: D2072.m
Recording type: Audience
City/Venue: Maple, ON, Canada/Kingswood Music Theatre
Date: Friday, 26th July 1991
Never-Ending Tour Concert #333
Another film from the Casper stable.
Edited, authored & disseminated by The Caretaker & The Restoration Team
  1. All Along The Watchtower
  2. Shelter From The Storm
  3. Gotta Serve Somebody/Wiggle Wiggle
  4. Lenny Bruce
  5. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
  6. Trail Of The Buffalo (Trad)
  7. Visions Of Johanna
  8. Mr. Tambourine Man
  9. It Ain't Me, Babe
  10. Folsom Prison Blues (J Cash)
  11. Everything Is Broken [clipped]
  12. Highway 61 Revisited [clipped]
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Number of discs: 1
Running time: 01:05:58
Video standard: NTSC
Authoring: DVDs with menu and chapters are circulating
Heres another from the famous Casper stable.
At times a little dark, this remains a quite watchable film, even though you may have seen Bob in better shape

Camera used was a Sony V-3 8 mm
Transferred to PC from camera via firewire with Adobe Premiere
DVD mastered with Tempgenc Authoring works 6
Title and track menus
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
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

Interesting setlist which includes "Trail Of The Buffalo," "Visions Of Johanna" and "Folsom Prison Blues." Dylan's singing is somewhat more melodic than heard during some 1992 concerts, though he maintains the intonation rise on the last word or syllable of individual lines of some songs that some find irritating.

"Wiggle Wiggle" is missing on the Disc Menu and comes between "Gotta Serve Somebody" and "Lenny Bruce." The song has been included on the DVDylan listing as part of the "Gotta Serve Somebody" chapter.

The filmer is positioned center floor and has a narrow lane between bodies to frame Dylan and the drum set. Thus, while Ian Wallace is regularly seen, JJ Jackson and Tony Garnier are rarely seen. Shaky parts and obstructions are not infrequent, but not fatally distracting. Color and focus are good, though the picture rather dark. The JC audio is excellent.

Reviewed by yassou on 25th April 2018