Balc. centre
4.0 (1 vote)
DVDylan ID: D449.m
Recording type: Audience
City/Venue: S.E.C.C., Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Date: Sunday, 21st June 1998
Never-Ending Tour Concert #991
  • DVD1:
    -Gotta Serve Somebody
    -Man In The Long Black Coat
    -Cold Irons Bound
    -Positively 4th Street
    -Boots Of Spanish Leather
    -Masters Of War
    -Mama, You Been On My Mind
    -Tangled Up In Blue
  • DVD2:
    -Forever Young [start clipped]
    -Desolation Row
    -Highway 61 Revisited
    -Love Sick
    -Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
    -Blowin' In The Wind
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Number of discs: 2
Running time: 01:30
Authoring: DVDs with menu and chapters are circulating
Coop writes:

Not only are these shows well filmed but they were brilliant concerts
The band an Bob really COOK,, don't miss em.

EC30 tapes transferred to PC via a Panasonic NV-W1 Professional triple standard vhs machine.
Files authored to DVD with Tempgenc DVD Works Author 4

Remember even if you have some of the Daves films already that at best your copies will be 2 generations poorer than anything in the Masters series, so get em all.
These will be with original sound though many will feature as sound upgrades eventually with my two mates Yassou and Madhasse helping ou

Not really a review of this version as I confess I haven't watched all of it.
(That excuse seems to work well enough on LosslessBob).
[I have seen D449 & D449.su2, though].
I can only concur agreeably with UKGILL, below.
This concert was one of the best I ever saw - The SECC is a hole but seemed to get most things right with Bob Dylan shows*, good sound, always an appreciative crowd, always good to be able to stand nearby.

* Apart from the startlingly unfair treatment of early arrivals two years later.

Reviewed by leiper on 30th January 2016

An absolute corker of a show what a night this was Bob and the band on top form Great crowd as a
Lways in Glasgow One of my own personal favs boy we were lucky and had fun this night. I know I'm biased but this show should be in everyone's collection. Wonderful times.

Reviewed by UKGILL on 28th January 2016