5.0 (7 votes)
DVDylan ID: D936.2
Recording type: Audience
City/Venue: Washington, DC, USA/Charles E. Smith Center/GW University
Date: Saturday, 13th November 2010
"All The Ladies In Washington Scrambling To Get To The Rail"

2-camera sound upgrade
16x9 widescreen

This is the standard definition version. See for the blu-ray version.

  • Disk 1 (51:24:26)
    -Introduction [fade in to opening titles over 28:00 still]
    -Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 [used 27:10 camera 2 clip for blurry cam. 1 start/2 trans.]
    -Señor (Tales Of Yankee Power)
    -Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues
    -Just Like A Woman
    -Rollin' And Tumblin' [shaky cam. 1 trans. to next song filled w/12:10 cam. 2 clip]
    -Tryin' To Get To Heaven [shaky/blurry cam. 1 start filled w/1:03:11 cam. 2 clip; shaky trans. to next song filled w/26:03 cam. 2 clip w/2 trans.]
    -Summer Days [shaky cam. 1 start filled w/20:26 cam 2 clip; slight cam. 1 break @40:13:28/added 22-frame still w/trans. to fill; shaky cam. 1 trans. to next song filled w/10:02 cam 2 clip w/trans.]
    -Desolation Row [shaky cam.1 start filled w/27:20 cam. 2 clip w/trans.; cam. 1 cut @end for battery change/filled end w/ 6:22 cam. 2 clip w/trans.; end disk 1 message w/fadeout]
  • Disk 2 (55:49:10)
    -Opening Titles [fade in to titles over 27:05 clip from cam. 2]
    -High Water (For Charley Patton) [camera 1 clipped due to battery change/filled w/cam. 2 clip w/trans.; shaky cam. 1 trans. to next song filled w/13:02 cam. 2 clip w/trans.]
    -Simple Twist Of Fate [obstr. cam. 1 start filled w/ 11:08 cam 2 clip w/trans.; shaky cam. 1 trans. to next song filled w/16:19 cam. 2 clip w/trans.]
    -Highway 61 Revisited [obstr. cam. 1 start filled w/ 20:19 cam 2 clip w/trans.; shaky cam. 1 trans. to next song filled w/24:08 cam. 2 clip w/trans.]
    -Ain't Talkin' [obstr. cam. 1 start filled w/ 7:20 cam 2 clip w/trans.; shaky cam. 1 trans. to next song filled w/2:18 cam. 2 clip w/trans.]
    -Thunder On The Mountain [obstr. cam. 1 start filled w/ 24:13 cam 2 clip w/trans.; cut on cam. 1 end filled w/9:09 cam. 2 clip]
    -Ballad Of A Thin Man [cam. 1 obstr. filled w/1:06:26 cam. 2 clip; cam. 2 cut @~2:17 when taper is busted; overlap trans. to 38:06 encore break/cut audio & video 3:12:09 to shorten break]
    -Band Introductions
    -Like A Rolling Stone [end applause cut on audio upgrade source/used audio from encore break to fill out ending; end thanks/credits/salute/fadeout to shot of crowd dispersing w/camera 1 audio & fadeout]
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Number of discs: 2
Running time: 01:47:14
Video standard: NTSC
Authoring: DVDs with menu and chapters are circulating
Deepest thanks to napoleon-in-rags for camera 1.

Sincere thanks to romeo and appleberry for the excellent audio.

Thanks to CSC security staff for missing yassou's camera 2 hat trick.

Additional thanks to OutsideTLaw, Adrienne, and Michelle for running the interference for camera 2.

Camera 1 (Panasonic DMC ZS7 Camera): Left Balcony 40°/NTSC/43555 (filmer - napoleon-in-rags)

Camera 2 (Contour POV HD "Wearable" Camera) : Center Rail/32334 (filmer-yassou)

Camera 1: 1080p 16x9 .MTS files>Toast Titanium 10>.mov files>MPEGStreamclip 1.8.1>widescreen dv files>iMovie 6.0.3.

Camera 2: 1080p 16x9 .mov files>widescreen dv files in iMovie 6.0.3.

Sound upgraded w/excellent romeo audio. DIME flac download?xACT>aiff>Toast Titanium 10>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 7.0.4; torrent generated in Bittorrent 4.4.1.

It is always a pleasure to get a great show from the NET. Shot with 2 cams with fat and funky sound. A superlative effort from all.

Concert opens with a 1,2,3 punch with Dylan on guitar on "Just Like Tom Thumb Blues". His playing has nothing to do with anything. Why? It's Dylan and he has all these amazing songs. It's beyond style.

Dylan feels this audience and employs them as backup singers on "Just Like A Woman" Why? Because he's Dylan.

This is a nice blend of old and new songs. Great Dylan organ solo on "Summer Days". "Summer Days" gives into a peppy "Desolation Row" with a repeated hypnotic Charlie Sexton riff. Beautiful "Simple Twist Of Fate" and a very rocking "Hwy 61".

Highly recommended.

Reviewed by OnTheBeach on 06th August 2011

This concert was a pure joy to attend and we're very lucky that such excellent video and audio sources were available for the production of the DVD. The main camera work by napoloeon-in-rags is sure and steady, and the audio by romeo is clear and dynamic. We owe a big thank you to those individuals for sharing their sources with the community.

Here's a review that I wrote for "Bob Links:"

I made it to the Smith Center at 3:30 PM where I met my friend, who had arrived
at 9:30 AM and was second in line. The doors opened at 6:45 PM, and we made it
to the center rail where we enjoyed a great view approximately 30 feet from
Dylan. The setlist was impressive, even if I personally prefer "Leopard-Skin
Pill-Box Hat" in the opening slot. Highlights for me were "Señor (Tales Of
Yankee Power)", "Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues", "Desolation Row", "High Water
(For Charley Patton)" (see video below), and "Ain't Talkin'" (see video below). Dylan played a cool little guitar
figure on "Simple Twist Of Fate" (see video below), a performance that has garnered a great deal of praise.
His voice was a little less gruff and growly than what I've heard recently, with Dylan occasionally
hitting some of the higher registers on "Just Like A Woman" and "Like A Rolling Stone." A pleasant
surprise was Stew's playing, especially the picking on "Ain't Talkin'", which
generated some rare Kimball call-outs from the audience. Charlie, as usual, was
a show within a show, looking great and playing better, although his guitar was
a bit low in the mix from my vantage point.

High Water (For Charley Patton)

Ain't Talkin'

Simple Twist Of Fate

Reviewed by yassou on 29th July 2011

Awesome effort on this one! Sources are excellent, clear footage and well balanced audio. One of, if not the, best DVDs from 2010 as of this writing.
Thanks to everyone who made it possible.

Reviewed by jman on 29th July 2011