4.9 (7 votes)
DVDylan ID: D977
Recording type: Audience
City/Venue: Liverpool, England, UK/King's Dock
Date: Thursday, 12th July 2001
Special thanks for the D976 video to: THE UNIDENTIFIED TAPER
Extra special thanks for the D976 upload to: COOPS2009
Sincerest thanks for the D197.su2 video to: THE GHOST
Additional thanks to: THE UNIDENTIFIED AUTHOR OF D197.SU2
Special thanks for the audio to: CRYSTAL CAT AUDIO & OUTSIDETLAW
Edited, sound upgraded and authored to DVD by: YASSOU
  • Disk 1 (Songs 1-10) (1:07:55:20)
    -Opening Titles [used 14:05 of outside venue footage before opening titles]
    -Oh Babe, It Ain't No Lie
    -To Ramona [used 17:16 D197.su2 for obstr. end]
    -Desolation Row [used 1:01:21 D197.su2 for obstr. start; used 26:15 D197.su2 for obstr. end]
    -Maggie's Farm [used 1:02:13 D197.su2 for obstr. start; used 9:18 D197.su2 for obstr. end]
    -Just Like A Woman [used 21:09 D197.su2 for obstr. start w/three repeated/reverse clips; used 14:02 D197.su2 for obstr. end]
    -This Wheel's On Fire [used 46:15 D197.su2 for obstr. start; used 4:14:00 of D197.su2 for shaky end]
    -Visions Of Johanna [used D197.su2 for all of song except 51:15, 14:17, and final 13:00 due to shakiness and obstruction of D976]
    -Fourth Time Around [used 29:19 D197.su2 for obstr. start; used 18:10 of D197.su2 for shaky part near end]
    -Boots Of Spanish Leather
    -Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again [first 2:03:07 of D976 cut/used D197.su2; used 34:20 D197.su2 for obstr. end; end disk 1 message w/fadeout]
  • Disk 2 (Songs 11-21) (1:08:50:20)
    -Opening Titles [titles over 13:03 D197.su2 clip w/fade in; used of D197.su2 for shky/obstr. start of D976]
    -Positively 4th Street [used 1:09:17, 57:21, 1:22 of D197.su2 for two shaky spots]
    -Cold Irons Bound [used 14:06 and 12:07 of D197.su2 for shaky start and end]
    -Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat [used 36:03 of D197.su2 for shaky start; used 28:10 of D197.su2 for shaky trans. to encore; fade out to 3:11 black still; cut 1:19:19 of encore applause to match video cut]
    -Things Have Changed [used 1:15:05 of D197.su2 for shaky start; 29:13 near end for shaky part]
    -Like A Rolling Stone [used 31:00 of D197.su2 for trans. to next song]
    -Knockin' On Heaven's Door [used 46:03 of D197.su2 for shaky start]
    -All Along The Watchtower [used 25:21 of D197.su2 for shaky end/trans. to next song]
    -I Shall Be Released [D976 cut trans. to next song/no good footage from D197.su2/overlap to 23:06 still]
    -Highway 61 Revisited [D976 clipped and shaky throughout/used D197.su2 for whole song; shaky end/fade out to 17:16 still]
    -Blowin' In The Wind [both sources clipped and/or shaky/started with 7:09 still; used 4:29:01 of D197.su2 until final 58:22; fadeout to 10:13 still and cut 41:19 applause before final song]
    -Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 [D976 very shaky/used D197.su2 which is the better of the two; end thanks, credits, salute, fadeout]
» Toggle additional (technical) track info
Number of discs: 2
Running time: 02:16:46
Video standard: PAL
Authoring: DVDs with menu and chapters are circulating
VIDEO assets: D976 & D197.su2 (used mostly for shaky, obstructed, missing parts of D976)
D976: 43444 Right balcony 60°
D197.su2: 55355 Right balcony 40°
D976 & D197.su2>MacBookPro4,1.>VIDEO_TS>MPEGStreamclip 1.8.1>dv>iMovie 6.0.3.

Sound upgraded w/excellent (A) Crystal Cat audio (LB-1076)
LB-1076>Toast Titanium 10>aiff>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; torrent generated in Bittorrent 4.4.1.

Coops2009 notes on video:
filmed on a Panasonic a NV-DS1
transferred in HQ mode to Sony DVDrecorder.
Original camera used for transfer
menued with TEMPGENC Dvd author 4.3
MPEG-2 Sys Bitrate 10080 kb/s VBR
Pics/s 25.000 Fram,es's 25.000 Fields/s 50,000
DVD Pal format 4.3 ratio
Audio AC3 sterei 48 Khz

LB notes on LB-1076:

I was there, my first BD concert w/H.

I recall the fullish deal as we were very close , so I got the big Oscar knee bent smile, the other important/unimportant stuff.
I missed the 'Taking A Break?' moment. It happened, but believe I it to be completely unfair/malfair/infair

I think Larry was nothing but an asset - clever and cool and all at a time when (again) it was Bob Dylan heads to the pit.

It was a strong show and I wish I'd had the opportunity to remind Bob Dylan that a hat is not always a good thing.

Beret on as I write this.

Reviewed by leiper on 06th April 2012

as yassou has stated, the video is definitely a must have for any Dylan collection. his smile when he shows the audience his Oscar award is priceless. but besides that, his performance is suburb!! rock on

Reviewed by kiddylan on 04th August 2011

This is a 2-source CrystalCat sound upgrade of two excellent films, D197 and D976. Because
D197 has already been sound upgraded (D197.su2), the majority of the footage is from the newly released D976. In cases where the D976 footage is incomplete or overly shaky/obstructed, D197.su2 was used.

This show was notable not only for the terrific vocal performance put in by Dylan, but also for two interesting moments in the show. First, following "Things Have Changed" Dylan grabbed his Oscar (a replica?) off the speaker and waved it at the crowd, much to their delight. Second, during "Visions of Johanna," he seems visibly upset at Larry saying "(You're?) takin' a break, man." (Hence, the title of D977). Check out the video and let us know what you think.

Reviewed by yassou on 02nd August 2011