venerdì 15 dicembre 2017

Bob Marley - 1980-06-13 - Dortmund, DE (DVDfull pro-shot DL)

(DVDfull pro-shot DL)

Bob Marley and the Wailers
Dortmund, Germany

Video source: Eins Festival HD Satellite TV (capture 1280x720 pixels @ 50fps)
Audio source: SRC: SBD > ? > Dan Haugh's DAT
Lineage: Sony DTC-790 > Hucht Copyprocessor MKII > Tascam HD-P2 > WAV > resampled to 44.1 khz in r8brain Pro > FLAC *

Format: MPEG Video
Format version: Version 2
Bit rate: 8,000 Kbps
Width: 720 pixels
Height: 480 pixels
Display aspect ratio: 16:9
Frame rate: 29.97 fps
Standard: NTSC

Format: PCM
Bit rate: 1 536 Kbps
Channel(s): 2 channels
Sampling rate: 48 KHz
Bit depth: 16 bits
Bob Marley - vocals, guitar
Aston "Family Man" Barrett - bass, piano, guitar, percussion
Carlton "Carlie" Barrett - drums, percussion
Tyrone Downie - keyboards, vocals
Alvin "Seeko" Patterson - percussion
Junior Marvin - guitar, vocals
Earl "Wire" Lindo - keyboards
Al Anderson - guitar

I Threes:
Rita Marley - Backing vocals
Marcia Griffiths - Backing vocals
Judy Mowatt - Backing vocals

01 Marley Chant >
02 Natural Mystic
03 Positive Vibration
04 Revolution
05 I Shot The Sheriff
06 War >
07 No More Trouble
08 Zimbabwe
09 Jammin'
10 No Woman No Cry
11 Zion Train >
12 Exodus

1st encores
13 Redemption Song
14 Could You Be Loved?
15 Work >
16 Natty Dread >
17 Is This Love? >
18 Get Up Stand Up > Marley Chant

2nd encores
19 Coming In From The Cold
20 Lively Up Yourself

Notes from SIRMick:
This is a fixed version, there were sync issues with the original version.

*The sbd is missing a few sections and has been patched with the audio from the DVD produced by STLBlues, which I eq'd so that it is a closer match to the sbd.

00:00:000 - 01:33:743
52:28:118 - 0:53:58:091
1:22:26:386 - 1:26:53:152

There is a skip in "Exodus" at 48:44:55
Audio edited with Adobe Audition 1.5
Video edited with TMPGEnc Video Mastering Works 5
DVD authored with TMPGEnc Authoring Works 5

1 commento:

  1. I rarely bitch and you are the ULTIMATE: but you know how I am a AUDIOPHILE and I could care less about most DVD's with lossy audio, makes no sense to me at all. They've got DVD's with 9000k bit rate on the video and then 192k on the sound. wtf? I would prefer no video at all and a 1411.1 CDDA bit-rate on the sound. I could watch blurry static if the sound was good... That said, I was very dissappointed after spending 3 days downloading this DVD adn the bit rate for the audio is only 192k!>! Ouch.