11.29.96

Source:
Unknown Filming Equipment
Source: 1st Gen VHS > DVD (trasnsfer by Clint)
Source: 3rd Gen VHS > CD (transfer by Galen in 1998)
MP3 Sample: Right click & save
Image from DVD: Here

Notes: This is the same source (video) that many people have on VHS. My copy looks pretty much the same as this version but this has a bit less hiss to the overall sound. Not a spectacular jump in quality but nothing to sneeze at either. Besides, DVDs are starting to become quite a bit more convenient as it is. But if you listen to the audio, VHS vs. DVD, I doubt many could tell the difference. Distortion has been re-mastering DVDs, this is one of his re-masters. There are some very nice chapter selections and a rather interesting menu page. Although this is certainly not a completely rare show by any standards, this performance has appealed to me for a very long time. Filmed from the back-left of the venue, this is a very good capture & is arguable the best 1996 capture on film. The audio is clear, there are some good close-ups of all band members & also some decent screen-shots. All in all, this is one recording that has a home in many fan's collections simply because this is so damn good. Maynard is painted in blue/red with spots & Justin has horns. Interesting stuff.

Maynardism: "This song seemed to cause a little bit of controversy up here, on Much Music. This song is about recognizing, identifying the cycles of abuse within yourself. The first step of the process: Realization, identifying - the best step is to work through it. But this song is about the first step in the process which is recognizing"

 

 

                                                                                  

CD 2
Time:
14:58

Setlist:
Opiate
Ænema

DVD
Time: 1:28:58

Setlist:
Intro
Third Eye
Stinkfist
46 & 2
Cold & Ugly
Eulogy
Prison Sex
<OTRM>
Pushit
Merkaba
Sober
Opiate
Ænema

CD 1
Time:
74:31

Setlist:
Intro
Third Eye
Stinkfist
46 & 2
Cold & Ugly
Eulogy
Prison Sex
<OTRM>
Pushit
Merkaba
Sober