Source A: Mini-DV --- Panasonic PC-DV252 w/built-in Microphone, 10X Optical zoom, 25X Digital zoom
Source A: Master > DVD
Gen: 1st from Master
Image from DVD: Here
Notes: There is a fundamental difference between listening to a Tool recording & watching/listening to a Tool recording. Sometimes, one is better than that other./ Often, watching & experience both, even multiple sources, leads one to distinct discoveries involving the performance that one would miss by only hearing or seeing one. This video is a testimonial to that fact. Simply put, this just adds a new dimension to the group. You know how you can hear two or three or even four shows which have the exact same setlist and one of them will just stand-out more? This recording stands out more, in my opinion. When I slide this in & watch it or even have it on in the background as I'm doing whatever, it just reiterates why I like this band so much. How good they are...sure the setlists can get repetitive but they are still excellent. The filming is very good but not professional, some decent close-ups but a bit distant and also a little tinny sound. This is possibly, in my opinion, one of the better videos from this leg of the tour.
"Hopefully, you'll take this experience home with you & create something positive with it. Thank you for coming."
46 & 2
Eon Blue Apocalypse