3.8 (9 votes)
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Recording type: Audience
  1. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 (instrumental) [purple fog effect]
  2. Every Grain Of Sand 
  3. Union Sundown [clipped start/2 stills/1 special flash effect] 
  4. Just Like A Woman 
  5. Tangled Up In Blue [end cut/distorted/still]
  6. I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met) [clipped and cut/seven stills]
  7. Love Minus Zero/No Limit [cut @end/2 stills]
  8. Little Moses
  9. Visions Of Johanna
  10. Don't Think Twice, It's All Right (acoustic) [clipped/mostly missing/12 stills]
  11. Cat's In The Well [shaky start/3 stills]
  12. Idiot Wind [shaky start/1 still; shaky near end/1 still]
  13. The Times They Are A-Changin' [shaky start and end/6 stills]
  14. Like A Rolling Stone [very shaky/obstructed throughout/3 stills; slight audio cut @end]
  15. Absolutely Sweet Marie [shaky start/1still]
  16. All Along The Watchtower
  17. Blowin' In The Wind [10 sec. cut at end/2 stills]

  18. Bonus: Tangled Up In Blue (May 8, 1992) [shaky parts/5 stills/9:16]
  19. Bonus: Blowin' In The Wind (May 4, 1992) [Verse 1/part of verse 2 video missing/audio restored/2 stills added/4:08]
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Number of discs: 1
Running time: 01:55:19
Video standard: NTSC
Authoring: DVDs with menu and chapters are circulating
This disk combines existing video from two shows combined to make one almost full concert. (Concerts of this period were 18 songs long; 17 songs are featured here.) Duplicate songs are added as bonus tracks at the end.

May 4 show: The Warfield; Songs 1-5 + 19 (last of original concert) added as bonus.
Transferred from D-352; Excellent audio source is Live Line Boot "Tangled Up In Blue"; Rating: 45355; Time: 29:58; Songs 1-5 are center balcony; Bonus song 19 is left balcony 50 degrees.

May 8 show: Berkeley Community Theater; Songs 6-18; TUIB (song 7 of original concert) included as bonus.
Transferred from 2nd generation VHS tape; Excellent audio source (LB-3987); Rating: 55222; Time: 1:11:48; Left floor 10 deg.

To my great pleasure and slight suprise, I've found to be the most noteworthy of the latest flood of items I've had a chance to watch.

Some picture degradation, especially on the Berkeley tracks (see screenshots). Some shakes and obstructions, especially on the floor-shot Berkeley tracks. These flaws rarely detracted from my enjoyment of the video. Colors on both tapes are very vivid and pleasant.

Audio of the highest order.

Dynamic and committed performances on the part of Bob and the Band. Highlights throughout.

Yet again this intrepid dvdylanologist/author has turned less than prime video material into a fine document to be treasured and shared.

Crossing the San Francisco Bay is great representation of spring 1992 tour on DVD. Worth getting a look at for sure.

Reviewed by jman on 20th March 2007