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30Th Anniversary Concert Celebration [Deluxe Edition] [DVD] 
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October 1992, Madison Square Garden, New York and a star-studded line up joins Bob Dylan onstage for a show to celebrate 30 years since his first Columbia Recordings album. It lasted for a mammoth four hours and featured guests including George Harrison, Eric Clapton, Neil Young, Tom Petty and Johnny Cash and many more, all backed by the house band of Booker T and the MGs.
Now available for the very first time in stunning High-Definition 16:9 with remastered audio, this essential Blu-ray also features 40 minutes of previously unreleased bonus material including rehearsal footage, a look behind the scenes and interviews.
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Sound overall is OK but the mix of the 2nd lead guitar, Mark Birch, is way too low in the mix, being completely drowned out by the bass and drums as well as Andy Powell
There are many, many exceptional performances. The viewer senses that everyone was doing their utmost to do their best for Bob.
I have the VHS of this and have watched it many times. To experience it in high definition will be a real pleasure.
So, why not 5 stars? Simply it is that there are omissions. George Harrison performed 'If Not For You'; this is not included.(Nor was it on the VHS)
Neither is Sophie B. Hawkins's rendition of 'I Want You' and crucially, Bob Dylan himself performing 'A Song for Woody.' All of these were on the TV transmission.
Possibly there are legal wranglings over the Harrison but surely they could have been resolved? However why not the other two? I have seen all of them and they are all excellent performances.
There are also several other artists who played at the beginning of the concert before transmission began officially with John Mellencamp. Again, why not these on an extras disc?
Beware the CD as it features even fewer performances than the Blu Ray/DVD. Booker T's excellent
'Gotta Serve Somebody, for example.(Which is on the video release.) I really wish these corporates would realise that consumers want the complete article. It exists out there if you look hard enough.
In summary, this will be great to watch in a quality release. It is a wonderful concert by any standards if you are a Dylan fan or not.
The visual/ sound quality is also very good and the band/crowd have a really good time. The added bonus is "Wings of Desire" , a track played but not credited on the sleeve.
The bonus video is a little weird but all in all I'm glad I bought the DVD and having seen both Andy Powell's Wishbone & Martin Turner's it is a good reminder of some excellent performances that I have seen over the last year and a wonderful trip down memory lane.
Ballad of the Beacon is one of my favourite tracks and comes over well. For the price a good investment in a classic group.
Perhaps the modest booklet, with text by Bill Flanagan and photographs from the concert is the most attractive feature of this re-issue, but I must confess to being somewhat underwhelmed by the new product.
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