Floor L30°
5.0 (12 votes)
DVDylan ID: D921
Recording type: Audience
City/Venue: Olympic Gymnastics Arena, Seoul, South Korea
Date: Wednesday, 31st March 2010
"Dylan's Seoul"
Never-Ending Tour Concert #2215
2-camera mix
  • Disk 1 (56 mins)
    -Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 (missed)
    -Lay, Lady, Lay (missed)
    -I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
    -Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
    -The Levee's Gonna Break
    -Just Like A Woman
    -Honest With Me
    -Sugar Baby
    -High Water (For Charley Patton)
    -Desolation Row
  • Disk 2 (52 mins)
    -Highway 61 Revisited
    -Shelter From The Storm
    -Thunder On The Mountain
    -Ballad Of A Thin Man [clipped/still used at start]
    -Like A Rolling Stone (1st encore)
    -Jolene (1st encore)
    -All Along The Watchtower (1st encore)
    -Blowin' In The Wind (2nd encore)
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Number of discs: 2
Running time: 01:48
Video standard: NTSC
Authoring: DVDs with menu and chapters are circulating
The sound is good, though not optimal, due to auditorium echo on Dylan's vocals.

1st camera: Left balcony 30°
2nd camera: Left balcony 30°
It appears that the 2nd camera was used primarily for close-ups.
Little, if any, panning.
Stills used between most songs.

Taper's notes:
Video (both angles), audio, and DVD authoring by Silver Stallion.
videocam #1: Canon HV30 (native 16:9)
videocam #2: Sony DCR HC26 (native 4:3 cropped to 16:9)
audio: LPCM recorded with CA-11 cards --> CA-9100 preamp --> Edirol R-09HR

I meant to get this out to the fans before the beginning of the European leg, but I was too busy.
Last show of the Asia tour leg. Dylan had some rather dim stage lighting on some songs. The entire band wore all black outfits also - which didn't help with regard to the dim lighting. So on some songs, I had to crank the exposure on my videocams up to max. Juggling two videocams and an audio rig in stealth-mode was a bit challenging at times.
Very nice show. I'm sure all Dylan fans will enjoy this.
video sample:

A very fine production. Both sources are very nice. Great video editing, smooth transitions between plus interesting stills from the venue in between songs. A few shakey moments are few and far between. The longer view of the two video sources cuts the band out around the knees due to a rail. Audio is very good.

Silver Stallion has a fine reputation among trading communities and we Bob fans are lucky that he pointed his recorders at this show.

Basically as good as it gets, a top quality fan made project.

Your mileage may vary when it comes to the quality of the Modern Bob concert, but if you like Modern Bob this will be a treasure to you.

Reviewed by jman on 11th December 2010