Floor L30°
4.5 (6 votes)
DVDylan ID: D436.sud
Recording type: Audience
City/Venue: Palac kultury, Prague, Czech Republic
Date: Saturday, 11th March 1995
"A HW Sound Upgrade"
Never-Ending Tour Concert #641
  • Prague, 11th March 1995:
    - Down In The Flood (Crash On The Levee) [substantially cut]
    - Just Like A Woman
    - Tangled Up In Blue
    - Watching The River Flow
    - Mr. Tambourine Man
    - Boots Of Spanish Leather
    - It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
    - Man In The Long Black Coat
    - God Knows
    - Maggie's Farm
    - Shelter From The Storm
    - It Ain't Me, Babe
  • Linz 15-Jun-91:
    - All Along the Watchtower
    - Shelter From The Storm [not on menu; cuts after 45 seconds]
    - Gotta Serve Somebody [cut]
    - Wiggle Wiggle
    - Bob Dylan's Dream
    - Mr. Tambourine Man
    - Don't Think Twice, It's All Right [cut]
  • Chicago, IL, USA (Hoffmann Estates) 14-Jul-88:
    - Subterranean Homesick Blues [cut]
    - Absolutely Sweet Marie
    - Ballad Of A Thin Man [cut]
    - It's All Over Now, Baby Blue [cut]
  • Bonus:
    -Farewell Angelina (Joan Baez)
» Toggle additional (technical) track info
Number of discs: 1
Video standard: PAL
Authoring: DVDs with menu and chapters are circulating
Video source different from #D491
Double/Dual-Layer DVD (7.8 GB)

5 stars for devestating material.
We are so lucky to have video and audio documents of this performance available. To have them in this quality, and together, is quite a gift.

certainly not the best quality Europe 95 video, a bit shakey, obstructions at times, not crystal clear focus, some tracks suffer from clips of about 20 seconds to the intro.

stellar audience stealth audio, but beware of the pair of artifacts jarred me out of a trance during an otherwise near perfect mr. tambourine man.

"HW Sound Upgrade" means you get the top quality authoring and audio/video sync every time.

in my experience all shortcomings i found were well overshadowed by the performances. must mentions t-man and boots, are both flawless and full of feeling. just very deep stuff all through, from the Crash...his Boys are well up to it. everyone is excited, everyone knows it's a special night. Dylan rocks and sways, picks up the guitar once for a killer take on Watching the River that has Jackson laughing in suprise and delight, then back to the voice and harp. I like how close to the 'right' melodies Dylan hits often this night, and again, devestating vocals throughout.

too bad it's incomplete, but then again, so what? one of the best performances i've seen on dvd from this very fruitful season, beautifully preserved on DVD9, first one in our catalog. Extensive, high quality, otherwise unavailable early NET bonuses.
Thanks to all tapers/filmers and

Thank you Bob Dylan

Reviewed by jman on 23rd September 2006