As with the other entries in the Aztec Camera reissue series, "Dreamland" is no exception when it comes to using an inferior source instead of the original tapes. Again they only seem to have tampered with the EQ a little so they can pretend it's a remaster. Overall it seems a little louder and brighter (which is a good thing IMO since the original was very murky) and the soundstage seems slightly wider, but it's hardly revelatory.
For most people the main draw will be the second disc with the Ronnie Scotts gig, which is on the quiet side but sounds fine overall. That said, Edsel had to throw a spanner with the final track, a terribly distorted live version of "Just Like The USA" from a Barcelona gig. Why, just why?