2.5 (2 votes)
DVDylan ID: D2093
Recording type: ProShot
City/Venue: Anaheim, CA, Anaheim Stadium
Date: Sunday, 26th July 1987
A Brokedown House Production
BluRay Edition
  1. Mr. Tambourine Man
  2. Dead Man, Dead Man
  3. Maggie's Farm
  4. Simple Twist Of Fate
  5. Watching The River Flow
  6. It's All Over Now Baby Blue
  7. Chimes Of Freedom
  8. Queen Jane Approximately
  9. Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
  10. Ballad Of A Thin Man
  11. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
  12. Gotta Serve Somebody
  13. All Along The Watchtower
  14. Touch Of Grey (from the 12-July-1987 show)
  15. Knockin' On Heaven's Door
Number of discs: 1
Running time: 01:36:09
Video standard: NTSC
Authoring: DVDs with menu and chapters are circulating
Brokedown House Production

Taped by Don Pearson
Tapes Provided by Charlie Miller
Capture, Synch, Edit, Author by Kevin Tobin

Video: Multi Camera Pro-shot > Sony CCD-V90 (Patched out of screen feed) > 8mm Master (Maxell P6 120)
Transfer: Master 8mm > Sony DCR-TRV230 > Datvideo TBC100 > ATI Wonder HD 600 > USB > HD > VirtualDub (.avi) > TMPGEnc Video Mastering 6 > MPEG2 > TMPGEnc MPEG Editor 2.0 > Sony DVD Architect Pro 6 > DVD9 [NTSC, 4:3, 8.0 Mbs, 720x480, 29.97 fps]

Audio: Ultra Matrix SBD > Cassette Master (TDK MA-R90) - (shnid=141759)
Transfer: Cassete Master (Nakamichi CR-7A) > Tascam DA-3000 (DSF 1-Bit/5.6 MHz) > dBpoweramp > Samplitude Pro X3 Suite > FLAC/24
All Transfers & Mastering By Charlie Miller - April 23, 2018 [LPCM, 1.5 Mbs, 16 Bit, 48 kHz]

Notes: Set 3
due to the Dylan people disconnecting Don's camera frequently, there are 25 different graphic segments interspersed with real video footage - we are lucky to have what we have with bhp graphics between

NB: 2 Stars based on comparison to other pro shots.

The editor of this item had an excellent soundboard recording and a variety of high quality camera shots with which to work. Great effort and expertise was obviously put into the editing and production. Unfortunately, there wasn't enough footage to create a seamless product, thus necessitating the use of graphic filler that was rarely if ever in sync with the audio. These often garish graphics are rather over the top, making one wonder if an attempt was being made to replicate a psychedelic experience or at least a tie-dyed tee shirt. While the soundboard audio is excellent, it often appears to be slightly behind the video footage, thus compromising the overall effect. If you're looking for a better pro shot 1987 Dylan and the Dead show produced by the same team, try D547.bd

Reviewed by yassou on 05th July 2021