Not good, Amazon SP is showing now a picture of the back of the Blu-ray and not a single reference to the audio formats
This is what I get from DVDAudioExtractor:
Ok, so that's different from what I've heard in the 5.1 mix. I also went straight to the deployment of Battersea. Mostly stuff in the front speakers. I'll try the atmos mix, so that the height speakers will be heard in the rear speakers, I guess.Went to track 16 directly, skipping all the rest to check the deployment of Battersea. Wow, the live power is back, sirens on the ceiling speakers, bass rattling the room, that's how I remembered it from the gig. Sounding excellent again. Pity Jonathan Wilson singing Dogs.. keyboards spread front and rear
Have to agree here.... it’s in packaging that is prone to being bent in the post, and the disc is quite tightly packed in its slot and will be easy to scratch (I’ve already put mine in a separate sleeve!). What a shame it isn’t packaged like David Gilmour’s Live At Pompeii set.What really surprised me is the packaging, it's really flimsy, all cardboard and like 3mm thick maximum. It all smells cheap everywhere...
I kid you not, I was literally in tears when Roger performed that song at the show I went to in 2017. Very rarely has any live performance like that reached so far into my core emotions to make me react in that way.Welcome to the machine is reference surround material, I'm still amazed, this can be best Roger's live mix.
Not my case in this last tour. My surrounding Spaniards at the venue were quite drunk and a quarrel started close to me. I felt completely disconnected with the music (yes, I could have have spat some people, haha) and ended backing up to the rear side of the venue and left before comfortably numb ended. One of my worst memories from a Floyd related gig.I kid you not, I was literally in tears when Roger performed that song at the show I went to in 2017. Very rarely has any live performance like that reached so far into my core emotions to make me react in that way.