Source B: Unspecified Video Recording Equipment
Source B: 1st Gen VHS > DVD (Ricky R transfer, 2005)
Gen: 1st from Master
Image from DVD / single-layer: Here
Image from DVD / Dual-layer: Here
Notes: Real quick, this VHS>DVD was transferred on both single layer DVD & dual layer DVD. Both versions images are above for your enjoyment & to see if you can tell a whole hell of a lot of difference. If nothing else, this is a decent video of a performance that for a very long time had only very limited video-access; as in until 2005, video of this performance was not all that common. The camera shakes quite a bit more than is common for this era of touring but this is still a very watch-able performance and recording. Overall, there is more movement than there is stability so in some respect that detracts from the "pop in a video & watch it" vibe but on the other hand, the audio is very, very good for a video source. Sounds like the filmer was using some cardioid microphones with his equipment; everything is very crisp. You may ask why is the source information unknown when this is a 1G? Fact is, to this day, many people still do not keep track of video source information for some reason or another... this is something that we are collectors & tapers can rectify! As it is, overall, not the best video but the pros + cons of this are subjective. Recommended for enjoyment - especially if you were at this performance.
Maynardism: "Good-evening. We are going to need you guys to take a deep breath. Ready? In...and out. And then everyone take two steps back...we can all get home back. Two steps back. Cool? Now take another half-step back... now add another half-step."
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