Thursday, February 23, 2017

NEW: Metallica live at Knebworth 2014 - 1DVD - July 6 - pro-shot

Band name: Metallica
Date: July 06, 2014
Venue: Knebworth Park
Location: Knebworth, England
Event: Sonisphere Festival

Media: 1 DVD
Version: Larryrulz / I-vanm
Filming type: Professional
Captured by: Larryrulz
Lineage: HD cable > TiVo box > PC via elgato game capture HD > VideoReDo > .ts file > Sony Vegas Pro 12.0 > DVD-lab PRO 2 > DVD
Generation: Master
Video format: NTSC
Aspect ratio: 16:9

Authored by: I-vanm
Chapters: Yes
Menus: Yes
Menu artwork by: I-vanm
Number of camera angles: Multiple
Number of audio selections: 2

Track listing:

Creeping Death
Seek & Destroy
For Whom The Bell Tolls


- MetOnTour video
- MetClub video

Broadcast on Palladia HD on August 18, 2015


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NEW: Lynyrd Skynyrd live in Springfield 1988 - 2DVD - August 31

Lynyrd Skynyrd
Springfield Civic Center
Springfield, Massachusetts
August 31, 1988
CBG Classic Master Video Series Vol. 50

video: (CBG) Ricoh R-600 (same spec as Sony CCD-V5) 8mm camcorder (w/ 2X teleconverter lens) master 8mm analog tape; NTSC, 4:3 PAR, 29.97 fps; transferred to harddrive via a firewire using a Sony TRV-330 8mm digital camera w/ Time Base Correction.

Video capture, editing, and 2-pass VBR encoding done with Sony Vegas Pro 13 at (both discs) 8.2K max, 8K avg, 1K min).

audio: (CBG) recorded w/ Aiwa-CM30A mic through the Ricoh R-600's external mic in jack; captured with the video from CBG's master 8mm analog tape; LPCM 1536 bit.

Authored to DVD in Sony DVD Architect Pro 6.

All video editing and DVD authoring by Silver Stallion (guitard on Dime).

running time: 109 mins (full show)

disc 1 (51 mins)
1. Workin' For MCA
2. I Ain't The One
3. Saturday Night Special
4. Gimme Back My Bullets
5. The Needle And The Spoon
6. That Smell
7. The Ballad of Curtis Loew
8. Swamp Music
9. I Know A Little

disc 2 (58 mins)
10. Artimus drum solo
11. Gimme Three Steps
12. Call Me The Breeze
13. What's Your Name
14. Simple Man
15. Sweet Home Alabama
16. band intros
17. Free Bird

Billy Powell - keys R.I.P.
Gary Rossington - guitar
Ed King - guitar
Randall Hall - guitar
Artimus Pyle - drums
Leon Wilkeson - bass R.I.P.
Johnny Van Zant - vocals
Rick Johnson - sax
Ronnie Eades - sax
Carol Bristow - backing vocals
Dale Krantz-Rossington - backing vocals

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NEW: Leonard Cohen live in Munich 1979 - 1DVD - October 31 - pro-shot

Leonard Cohen
31 October 1979
"Rock-Pop Special", ZDF Studios, Munich, West Germany

PAL DVD5 with C&M. No artwork.


3sat 1993 rebroadcast) > VHS master > SuperHG VHS copy (=1st gen) > NV-FJ612 (playback) > DMR-E55 (capture in XP mode) > Mpeg Video Wizard DVD > TMPGEnc DVD Author 3 > .dvdf


Video: MPEG-2 | 9110kbps | 720 x 576 | 4:3 | 25fps | PAL
Audio: Dolby Digital AC3 | 48kHz | 224kb/s | stereo | CBR


TT: 44:28.44

1. (3sat introduction)
2. So Long, Marianne
3. The Window
4. Famous Blue Raincoat
5. Passin' Through
6. Memories
7. The Guests
8. Suzanne// (faded out)


The band is:

Leonard Cohen - vocals, acoustic guitar, blues harp

Sharon Robinson - vocals
Jennifer Warnes - vocals

Mitch Watkins - guitars
Roscoe Beck - bass
Raffi Hakopian - violin
John Bilezikjian - oud, mandolin
Paul Ostermeyer - wind
Bill Ginn - keyboards
Steve Meador - drums


Len Talk:

***before THE WINDOW:
This is another song. It's from my new album. It's called 'The Window'. It's a kind of a prayer to, you know, bring two parts of the soul together. It's called 'The Window'.

***after THE WINDOW:
My great violinist, Raffi Hakopian from Armenia!

***before MEMORIES:
This is a song that I wrote a couple of years ago with the great genius of darkest Hollywood, Phil Spector. And it's a song based on my extremely boring and pathetic life at Westmount High School in Montreal. It's called, 'Memories'.

***after MEMORIES:
Sharon Robinson! Jennifer Warnes! Paul Ostermeyer! Bill Ginn! Raffi Hakopian! Steve Meador! Roscoe Beck! Mitch Watkins! John Bilezikjian! Let's do another song...

***before THE GUESTS:
This is a new song and I'm very surprised that this song has gained any kind of popularity, because it is a kind of a difficult song. I think most of its popularity is due to the fact that Raffi Hakopian plays on it. And John Bilezikjian. But... It's a song about how a new soul comes into the world looking for the feast, feeling completely separated from everything, feeling isolated and in exile. And how the Great Author of this dismal catastrophy, this vale of tears, pulls each of these souls into the feast and into the banquet. And no one knows where the night is going. No one knows why the wine is flowing. And, oh love, I need you, I need you, I need you, I need you, I need you...

***before SUZANNE:
It's not a matter of my wanting or not wanting to play, but I think that the television programme is over and it's time for all of us to go home...
[Director cuts in:] Leonard, do us a favour - one more.
Yeah. One more? Sure! It's pleasure. We have time? Yes. Okay.

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NEW: Keith Richards "Origin Of The Species" - 1DVD - 2016 BBC Special

Keith Richards
Origin of the Species
A Documentary Film by Julian Temple
First broadcast on BBC2 Saturday July 23, 2016

BBC2 DVB-C Virgin Tivo>LG Stand Alone DVD rec>PC>Fully authored using Magix MEP.

A Documentay split into 12 chapters
Run time:- 01:00:05

Some words from the BBC:
This is the story - filmed by acclaimed director, Julien Temple - of Keith Richards’ formative years during the post-war period, and an exploration of how they impacted his life, and influenced the 60s and the decades that followed.
Unlike other recent films, which have tended to view Keith through an American lens, Julien’s film situates him within an English perspective. Focussing on the lost world of Keith's childhood and adolescence between 1945 - 1962, it brings the extraordinary times and place in which he grew up vividly back to life.
Keith's favourite-ever gig found him singing in front of the Queen at Westminster Abbey as a choirboy aged 12. But when his voice broke, he and his best friends were thrown out of the choir and forced to repeat a school year to make up for all the lessons they had missed. Keith describes the cathartic effect of hearing raw blues and unadulterated rock'n'roll on imported albums for the very first time.
Keith speaks with hard-fought experience and authority on the wider preconditions of the 40s and 50s - rationing, austerity and the end of national service amongst them. His oak-aged drawl tells the story of how he escaped into London on long night walks with his grandfather Gus through the bomb-scarred streets.
Keith revisits those same London streets, as well as Dartford, its High Street, and Sidcup Art College where he learnt to play the guitar. Weaving together both high and low culture of the period, The Origin Of The Species brings to life the emerging forces of those post-war years that so spectacularly coalesced in the 1960s.

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NEW: Springsteen live in Chester 1975 - 1DVD - February 6

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
High On A Mountain Of Love
Schwartz Athletic Center Field House
Widener College
Chester, Pennsylvania
February 6, 1975
JEMS Archive/Brucevideos

2012 Video Transfer: First-generation VHS > Apple ProRes video capture (image stabilization, timebase correction) > uncompressed AVI > Sony Movie Studio 12 (noise reduction, sharpening, B&W conversion, cropping) > MPEG2 @ average 7.5 mbps) > DVD Architect 5.0

Audio Mastering: Apple ProRes > wav > Sony Sound Forge (minor edits, slight EQ, gain adjustment) > DVD Architect 5.0

Incident On 57th Street
Mountain Of Love
Born To Run
Spirit In The Night
Wings For Wheels
Kitty's Back
New York City Serenade (cut)
Rosalita (Come Out Tonight) (cut)
4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)
(total running time 61:46)

Bonus Audio / Slide Show
Photos from Widener College, February 6, 1975 by Michael Turner
Encore Audio from Widener College, February 7, 1975 by The Big A

Audio Transfer: master cassette > Nakamichi CR-7A azimuth-adjusted playback > Sound Devices USBPre2 > Audacity 2.0 (24/96) capture > Peak 6.0 with iZotope Ozone 5.0 (speed corrected) > FLAC > compress to AC3

1. 4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)
2. A Love So Fine
3. For You
4. Wear My Ring Around Your Neck
(total running time 32:27)

The fact that we have over an hour of watchable video from Widener College, February 6, 1975 is nothing short of miraculous. Need I remind you that Widener represents the ONLY extant footage of E Street Band featuring Suki Lahav. It is the ONLY extant footage of "Wings for Wheels," the early version of what would become "Thunder Road." It offers a precious glimpse of Bruce and the band BEFORE Born to Run was even fully recorded. And apart from the bonus footage of Ahmanson Theatre 1973 on the Born To Run 30th Anniversary DVD, Widener is the earliest E Street Band footage of complete songs, PERIOD.

The story of how Widener was videotaped has been misreported for decades, but recently the Widener College Alumni magazine uncovered the true story. It was not shot by two students involved in a filmmaking course. It was in fact shot by Michael Turner and Jeff Audet, two huge Bruce fans who, on what can only be described as a lark, borrowed a Sony Portapak video recorder (see image link below) that belonged to Jeff's father and decided to attempt to film the show.

They cleared their biggest hurdle with an amusing white lie, according to the story in the Widener Alumni Magazine: "As Michael and his friend, Jeff, approached the entrance to Schwartz Athletic Center Field House, Turner extended his $6 concert ticket toward the student collecting them and was met with a quizzical look. 'What's that?' the student asked Turner, his gaze fixed on a large case slung over Turner's shoulder. 'I have a breathing problem and this is a portable iron lung,' Turner said without missing a beat. Either satisfied with Turner's answer, or too cold to inquire further on a freezing February night, the student took their tickets and waved them through the field house entrance."

For years, the pair would pull out the video tape to show at parties and sometime around 1986, a copy they gave to a Philadelphia DJ began to circulate widely among fans on VHS. Eventually the Widener footage would make its way to DVD, YouTube and even a snippet in the aforementioned BTR30 documentary.

But none of the circulating copies of Widener have had a known lineage back to the source. The master tape, a 1/2-inch open reel video, is, sadly, missing and presumed lost. We tried. We looked. However, this new DVD offers the next best thing as it comes from a verified first-generation VHS dubbed from the master.

With this source in hand we returned to the transfer pro who handled our last major archive video project (Passaic 9/20/78) and he did a hi-res capture in Apple ProRes. That file was then delivered via hard drive to Pete at Brucevideos who went to work painstakingly cleaning up the image. While Widener still has the same fundamental issues inherent in the filming, we think this new version is a material upgrade to all previous versions. Screenshots provided.

The new DVD also has an exciting bonus feature. We were thrilled to discover a four-song recording of Widener College February 7, 1975 among a batch of master tapes we received from The Big A. It was tape two of a two-cassette recording, the first tape of which is unfortunately lost to history (Are Widener master tapes cursed?). But what was there was the four-song encore, in effect, the missing end of the Widener video. With some recently discovered photos of the show also in hand, we thought we could blend the images and the new audio to "complete" the show. The tape also offered upgraded audio of "Sandy" which we could sync to the overlapping video footage. But the audio didn't match, and that became the first of several pieces of evidence (including new photos and the recollections of the tapers and filmers) that proved that the Widener College video we had always presumed came from the second night in fact came from the first night. The audio therefore is a new recording of a previously uncirculated show.

In order to fit the audio and the slide show on the disc and preserve the resolution of the Widener video we elected to compress the bonus audio to AC3 and present it under a blank screen with chapter breaks. Rest assured we will torrent the audio separately in uncompressed format, but we thought the pluses of having every Widener asset (video, photos and audio) on a single disc outweighed the negatives.

Wayne Darlington for JEMS

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NEW: Grateful Dead live in New York 1980 - 4DVD - October 31 - pro-shot

Grateful Dead
Radio City Music Hall
New York, NY

Video Source: Low generation closed circuit pro-shot broadcast
(704 x 480 29.97fps NTSC VBR, average=8528 Kbps, peak=9831 Kbps)

Audio Source Set 1: PreFM>MSR>R>C>DAT>WAV>SHN
Audio Source Sets 2 and 3: MSR>R>C>DAT>WAV>SHN
(LPCM 1536 Kbps Stereo 48Khz)

Video Quality: A Audio Quality: A+

DVD 1. (49:56).
Set 1.
00:00 Introduction
03:05 Heaven Help The Fool
11:32 Sage & Spirit
14:20 Little Sadie
16:59 Monkey & The Engineer
21:02 It Must Have Been The Roses
28:19 Cassidy
35:52 BirdSong>
45:23 Ripple

DVD 2. (59:41).
Help Jerry's Kids (19:52)
00:00 Introduction
01:45 Jerry
02:57 Steve Parrish
04:33 Are You Taking Drugs?
07:43 Bobby
09:26 Henry Kissinger
15:14 Brent
Set 2A. (39:49).
00:00 Jack Straw>
06:20 Cold Rain & Snow
14:26 Me & My Uncle >
17:25 Mexicali Blues
21:52 Ramblin' Rose>
29:39 Little Red Rooster

DVD 3. (57:53).
Set 2B.(19:13)
00:00 Brown Eyed Women>
05:42 Looks Like Rain>
12:37 Deal
Al & Tom (1:59)
Set 3A. (36:41)
00:00 Don't Ease Me In>
03:42 Lost Sailor>
09:47 Saint Of Circumstance>
16:16 Franklin's Tower>
25:20 Drums>

DVD 4. (57:23).
Set 3B. (53:54).
00:00 Space>
05:06 Fire On The Mountain>
15:27 Not Fade Away>
21:55 Stella Blue>
31:47 Goin Down The Road Feelin Bad>
37:52 Good Lovin'
44:38 E: Uncle John's Band
Broadcast Credits (3:29).

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NEW: David Gilmour live in Rosemont 2006 - 2DVD - April 13

David Gilmour The Rosemont Theater Rosemont IL. April 13th 2006
Liberated Bootleg DVD From The Krw_co Collection 2 DVD NTSC

Lineage Single Cam Audience Shot Hop The Pond "On a Live Island" Bootleg DVD Clone Shot with a Sony HDR-HC1 and a Sony ECM HST1 external stereo mic

David Gilmour Guitar and vocals
Richard Wright Keyboards vocals
Guy Pratt Bass
Jon Carin Keyboards
Dick Parry Saxophone
Phil Manzanera Guitar
Steve DiStanislao Drums

DVD 1 Total Time 61 min 58 sec
Castellorizon/On an Island
On an Island
The Blue
Red Skys at Night
This Heaven
Then I Close My Eyes
Band Intorductions
Take a Breath
A Pocketful of Stones
Where We Start

DVD 2 Total Time 88 min 03 sec
Shine on You Crazy Diamond
Wot's...uh the Deal?
Coming Back to Life
Time/Breathe (reprise)
High Hopes
Wish You Were Here
Comfortably Numb


VIDEO/TV SYSTEM: ntsc 29.97 fps
VIDEO BITRATE: 7299 kbps
SYS BITRATE: 10080 kb/s vbr
AUDIO BITRATE: 448 kbps 48000hz stereo


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