venerdì 18 maggio 2018

Heart - 1976-04-09 - Pullman, WA (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

The Second Ending
KWSU-TV Studios

Recorded: Feb/March, 1976
Broadcast: 4-09-76 (Sat. @ 10:30PM) & 4-10-76 (Sun. @ 6:30PM)

NTSC DVD with Menu & Chapters

LINEAGE:
Master Reel #6080 > Low Gen VHS > SA DVD > TMPGEng DVD Author

G-SPOT:
Video Bitrate: 4204 kbps
Interlaced
Bottom Field First
Pics/s 29.970
Frms/s 29.970
Resolution: 720 x 480 (4:3)
Audio Bitrate: 224 kb/s tot, Stereo
Audio Codec: AC3


Ann Wilson - Vocals & Flute
Nancy Wilson - Guitars & Vocals
Roger Fisher - Lead Guitar
Michael Derosier - Drums
Steve Fossen - Bass & Vocals
Howard Leese - Keyboards, Guitars & Vocals

01 - Intro
02 - Instrumental
03 - Heartless
04 - White Lightning & Wine
05 - Dreamboat Annie
06 - Silver Wheels
07 - Crazy On You
08 - Sing Child Sing
09 - Soul Of The Sea
10 - Devil Delight
11 - Magic Man

Notes by the trader/taper:
THE DATE:
To the best of my knowledge, this is the first time this show has been dated correctly. I spent the past year or so working with the Archives Dep't. at WSU to turn up specific information on this performance. The broadcast dates were determined through student newspaper clippings (the newsletter clips refer to the group as "Hart" & notes they are from Canada). Clearly, at this point they were a relatively "unknown band" from the Pacific Northwest.

Traders database erroneously has this show listed as ??/??/75, ??/??/76 & 1/1/76. It also says the show was "Possibly rebroadcast on MTV in 1981". I don't beleive this ever happened. I'm still working on the precise date the film was shot, but my best guess at this point is late February or March, 1976.

THE VENUE/"SECOND ENDING":
Again, the lions share of this information came from a very kind soul at WSU Archives. The Second Ending was filmed in the KWSU-TV studios and broadcast somewhat irregularly in the Pacific Northwest beginning in early 1976 and ran for at least 2 years. The director of the series Michael J. Costones would actively seek out local artists to showcase on the series.
The studio is very small and held between 50-75 people, mostly WSU students. On this date for the Heart performance, it is clear the majority of the crowd had never heard of the band and are visibly blown out. This is the best quality transfer I have been able to find of this show. If anyone has a 1st Gen VHS from the Master Reel, please share it with us.



 

1 commento:

  1. This show has been released officially in better quality in the Strange Euphoria set.

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