martedì 6 aprile 2021

Bruce Springsteen - 1980-11-24 - Largo, MD (DVDfull pro-shot DL)

(DVDfull pro-shot DL)

Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band
"Lonesome Train to Maryland"
November 24, 1980
Capital Centre
Landover Maryland
Proshot video with audience audio

Note: Rainman7, who attended this show, has pointed out that the Capital Centre was actually in Largo, not Landover, a mistake commonly made.

Label: Apocalypse Sound
Release date: April 2006
Length: 3:29:33
Audio: Linear PCM Stereo
Video: NTSC Region 0

Dual Layer DVD9
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This is a single disc Dual Layer DVD9 version of the Capital Centre show in 1980. The video is what was shot for the projection screens during the show. The audio is from microphones hung from the rafters.

I've compared this to the 4-disc XP version and prefer this one. The colors are deeper and more natural, the blacks are blacker, and it does not have the boosted reds that the XP version has. Audio quality is about the same, but this one is in stereo. Plus, it's only one disc. (See the comparison screenshots in the comments.)

Artwork, in varying resolutions, is in the EXTRAS_TS folder.

1. Prove It All Night
2. Two Hearts
3. 10th Avenue Freeze-Out
4. You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch)
5. Darkness on the Edge of Town
6. Independence Day
7. Factory
8. Jackson Cage
9. Out in the Street
10. The Promised Land
11. Racing in the Street
12. The River
13. Badlands
14. Thunder Road
15. Cadillac Ranch
16. Sherry Darling
17. Hungry Heart
18. Fire
19. Because the Night
20. Fade Away
21. Growin Up
22. Stolen Car
23. Wreck on the Highway
24. Point Blank
25. The Ties that Bind
26. Crush on You
27. Ramrod
28. Backstreets
29. Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)
30. Jungleland
31. Born to Run
32. Detroit Medley:
....Devil With the Blue Dress On
....Good Golly Miss Molly
....C.C. Rider
....Jenny Take a Ride
....Lonesome Train
....Devil With the Blue Dress On (Reprise)

from Brucebase:

Audience tape and above average pro-shot video with a few rarely played tracks. According to some sources the video tape survives as sound was recorded by hanging a microphone from the roof beams. The Springsteen camp insisted the sound was disabled on the in-house system to prevent bootlegging after the Largo show in 1978. Fortunately enterprising Capital Centre employees hooked up the microphone. 

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