Saturday, September 16, 2017
Camden NJ/Philadelphia, PA
Sources: VHS -> DVD pro-shot in-house video with mono soundboard audio, and DAT stereo audience recording by TT.
Dolby Digital 5.1 and 2.0 soundtrack mastering and DVD authoring and menus by TheTooleMan July, 2005
NTSC, full-screen format
Information below copied from Forgotten Yesterdays.
See http://forgottenyesterdays.com/date.asp?s=5&tname=22&tdate=2217&navb=10 for additional data.
Date : Thursday, August 08, 2002
City : Camden, New Jersey, United States Of America
Venue : Tweeter Center
Capacity : 25,145
Jon Anderson (Vocals)
Steve Howe (Guitars)
Chris Squire (Bass)
Rick Wakeman (Keyboards)
Alan White (Drums)
01 - Firebird Suite
02 - Siberian Khatru
03 - America
04 - In The Presence Of
05 - We Have Heaven/South Side Of The Sky
06 - The Revealing Science Of God
07 - Leaves Of Green/The Little Galliard
01 - Tour Song/Show Me
02 - Wakeman Solo/Wonderous Stories/And You And I
03 - Heart Of The Sunrise
04 - Magnification
05 - Don't Kill The Whale
06 - Whitefish/On The Silent Wings Of Freedom
07 - Awaken
08 - Roundabout
09 - Yours Is No Disgrace
The audience and soundboard recordings synched up nicely, so I was able to create a 5.1 mix using both sources. The mono soundboard soundtrack was remixed to stereo and sent to the front and center channels. The stereo audience recording, which highlighted both the crowd noise and bass, was sent to the rear and the subwoofer channels. The Dolby Digital 2.0 soundtrack is primarily from the in-house audio feed and should be used for playback through a TV sound system, where it may sound better than the 5.1 track mixdown.
Video quality is very good, looking like a transfer from the master VHS tape to DVD.