venerdì 30 aprile 2021

The Band - 1976-10-30 - New York City, NY (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

NBC Studios, Studio 8H
Set of "Saturday Night Live"
30 Rockefellar Plaza, Manhattan
Saturday, Halloween Night

Source: T.V. analog broadcast

Lineage: 
Sony Beta Max VCR SL-7200A > vhs tape > captured with Powerdirector 8 > DVD > TMPGEnc Authoring Works 4 > Video-TS > 

Includes Menu & Chapters (for each song)

Video attributes:
Video compression mode: MPEG-2 (DxVA off)
TV system: 525/60 (NTSC)
Aspect ratio: 4:3
Display mode: Only Pan&scan
Source picture resolution: 720x480 (525/60)
Frame rate: 30.00
Source picture letterboxed: Not letterboxed
Bitrate: 8.59Mbps

Audio attributes:
Audio coding mode: MPEG-1 or MPEG-2 without extension bitstream
Sampling rate: 48kHz
Audio application mode: Not Specified
Number of audio channels:2.0
Bitrate: 256 Kbps
Number of audio streams: 1

G-Spot Specs for file VTS_01_1.VOB
Video
NTSC 4:3, 720x480
MPEG-2 Video, Sys Bitrate 10080 kb/s VBR, average bitrate 7970 kbp/s
29.970 fps, Interlaced
Audio
MPEG- 1 Layer 2
48 khz, 16 bits
256 kbp/s stereo

Robbie Robertson - electric guitar & vocals
Rick Danko - bass & vocals
Levon Helm - drums & vocals
Garth Hudson - organ, keyboards & saxaphone
Richard Manuel - piano, drums & vocals

Horn section
Tom "Bones" Malone - trombone
Howard Johnson - saxaphone & baritone
Charlie Keagle - alto saxaphone
Loui Marini (from SNL house band) or Jim Gordon - tenor saxaphone
Alan Rubin (from SNL house band) or Richard Cooper - trumpet
Jerry Hey - trumpet

01. Introductiion by Buck Henry
02. Life Is A Carnival
03. The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
04. Stage Fright
05. Georgia On My Mind

Setlist [Runtime 13:49]

Two Bonus Songs play during Menu & Note screens for your enjoyment from the
Woodstock Festival
1969-08-17
Source: Master Soundboard Reel
* The Weight [during menu sreen]
* Don't Do It [during note screen]

Show Notes
This is the last television appearance and live performance of the original lineup of The Band. Their farewell concert featured in The Last Waltz would be held less than a month later. It was Chevy Chase's last show as a cast member. During the Samurai Stockbroker sketch, John Belushi accidentally sliced Buck Henry forehead with his Samurai Sword. For the rest of the show, Henry wears a Band-Aid on his forehead. You can see this when he introduces the Band. As a running joke, the whole cast puts Band-Aids on their foreheads throughout the episode.









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