Floor R40°
4.0 (2 votes)
DVDylan ID: D442.msu
Recording type: Audience
City/Venue: Glasgow, Scotland, UK/Barrowlands
Date: Thursday, 24th June 2004
Never-Ending Tour Concert #1632

Disk author's rating: 553-3-4+

Special thanks for the video to THE UNIDENTIFIED FILMERS & MOVER.
Additional thanks for the audio to THE UNIDENTIFIED TAPER & CHOPEN.
Always grateful for audio support from OUTSIDETLAW.
Edited, sound upgraded & shared by YASSOU.
  1. Opening Titles [fade in to titles over still]
  2. Introduction [over 2 stills]
  3. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight [used D442.m w/fills as needed]
  4. Just Like A Woman [used D442.m + D429.m w/fills as needed]
  5. It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) [used D442.m w/fills as needed; 48:08 a/v sync problem @15:36:08]
  6. Girl Of The North Country [used D442.m + D429.m w/fills as needed]
  7. Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine) [used D442.m w/fills as needed]
  8. Ballad Of A Thin Man [used D442.m w/fills as needed]
  9. Floater (Too Much To Ask) [used D442.m w/fills as needed]
  10. It Ain't Me, Babe [used D442.m + D429.m w/fills as needed]
  11. I Believe In You [used D442.m + D429.m w/fills as needed]
  12. Don't Think Twice, It's All Right [used D442.m + D429.m w/fills as needed]
  13. Like A Rolling Stone [used D442.m w/fills as needed]
  14. Band Introductions [used D442.m w/fills as needed]
  15. All Along The Watchtower [used D442.m w/fills as needed/Dylan's mic out at start of song]
  16. End Thanks & Credits [end thanks/credits/salute/fade out; extracted applause from video to fill]
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Number of discs: 1
Running time: 01:23:51
Video standard: PAL
Authoring: DVDs with menu and chapters are circulating
Footage primarily sourced from D442.m except for D429.m footage as noted in setlist details.
D442.m (DIME download)>MacBookPro4,1.>VIDEO_TS>MPEGStreamclip 1.9.1>dv>iMovie 6.0.3.
DVDylan rating: 44234 Right Floor 40˚ (1:21:33:14)
D429.m (DIME download)>MacBookPro4,1.>VIDEO_TS>MPEGStreamclip 1.9.1>dv>iMovie 6.0.3.
DVDylan rating: 44234 Right Floor 40˚ (28 minutes)

LB-9504 (HungerCity download)>flac>xACT>aiff>Toast Titanium 11.0.3>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).

mover's notes on D442.m (MS-16):
"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
Most songs cut at the beginning and/or end.
Quite close, not very steady, lots of heads at the beginning but gets better later, good sound, strong performance.

mover's notes on D429.m (MS-052)
Filmed on a Sony DV Camcorder, model unknown
Transferred to dvd via a Panasonic a NV-DS1
menued with Tempgenc DVD Author 4.3
This has circulated previously and is listed at where you can see samples as D429 . But remember this is the original unedited film direct from the master

If I were rating this simply on performance and audience appreciation, this item would be a 5-plus. Dylan gives it his all, and audience participation is beyond enthusiastic. So, enthusiastic, in fact, that Dylan is moved, following a rollicking "Like A Rolling Stone," to announce prior to the band intros that: "I must say, you're the best singing audience that we've ever heard. We must have played that song a thousand times, and nobody could sing with us."

Alas, however, the video sources are below average in terms of cuts, shakes, obstructions and missing songs, thus necessitating more fills and omissions than average. This is not to say, however, that the two filmers, both stationed stage right, didn't do a competent job of capturing Bob between the heads and shoulders of audience members, even swinging over to the band when possible.

The audio upgrade source is among the best you'll hear, a saving grace because Bob's delivery is spot on and the band is on fire. This was the period of time prior to the entrance of Denny Freeman and Donny Herron when Stu Kimball was handling lead guitar duties while Larry Campbell played a variety of instruments including lap steel, violin, and bouzouki. The result is a robust sound that gives further evidence that Stu is a better player than he's given credit for.

So, while I can't say that this item will suit every taste, I can highly recommend it to anyone who likes the summer 2004 sound, and must also tip my hat, or even my beret, to our Scottish friends who made this a night for Bob and the Band to remember.

4+ stars
(Disk author's full disclosure: There's a 48:08 a/v sync problem @15:36:08.)

Reviewed by yassou on 09th April 2012