Well, the sound on the DVD-V is quite good so buying the DVD-A without the video made no sense. A lot of people may be in this boat.Cai Campbell said:Wow, this one is popular, eh?
I dunno, I never really understood the cult fascination with "The Band". Considering the small number of votes on this title, I guess I'm not alone.
I did give it my best effort, trying to remain objective to this surround release. Well, it really didn't do anything to sway me. Sounds good enough for a live album, I guess. Unfortunately, no sparks here... six points.
Yeah, I am not even sure why they brought it out in DVD-A format on it's own. The video/audio combo raises the DVD-V into a "must have" category. Just the DVD-A (audio) would be expendible.radiodaddy said:that's why i skipped it
10 is perfect; no such thing, as of yet
Track 28; (The Weight)/Staples Singers
In my Acura TL/ELS, I swear, you think they're in the car singing!
Incredibly, it's the only song on the disc that ISN'T LIVE!
That being said, this DVD/A is a favorite, along with Money For Nothing, Love, & Black & White Night