Wolfgang's Vault online stream capture > 640 X 480, 2099 kbps video & 103 kbps audio mp4 files > PC > AVS Video Editor > TLH > you (actually, scratch the TLH part of the lineage because I forgot to create an md5 file verifying all files are intact before I uploaded the show...but it doesn't affect anything so no bid deal)
Artist: Lynyrd Skynyrd
Date: March 7th, 1976
Location: San Francisco, California
Venue: Winterland Ballroom
Title: Winterland 1976
Label: Bootradr Project
DVD Size: 3.36 GB
Color and/or B&W: B&W
Resolution: 720 x 480
Frame Rate: 29.97 fps
Bitrate: 6488 kbps
Sample Rate: 48 kHz
Bitrate: 224 kbps
01. Cry For The Badman
02. Saturday Night Special
04. I Got The Same Old Blues
05. Gimme Back My Bullets
06. Tuesday's Gone
07. Needle And The Spoon
08. Gimme Three Steps
09. Call Me The Breeze
10. Sweet Home Alabama
11. T For Texas
(1) 1976-03-07 San Francisco, CA (Pro Shot DVD)
(2) 1976-03-07 San Francisco, CA (Pro Shot DVD)
(3) 1976-03-07 San Francisco, CA (Pro Shot DVD)
(4) 1976-03-07 San Francisco, CA (Pro Shot DVD)
(5) 1976-03-07 San Francisco, CA (Pro Shot DVD)
When I created this DVD a few years ago, I didn't have the software I really wanted so I just created this with chapters and no menu figuring I'd recreate the DVD later. But I never have built a new DVD and I'm happy with the sound and way this one came out too.
This is probably my favorite Skynyrd show. The band plays incredibly well, and in fact, they sound better to me than they do on the 1975 Winterland DVD I also created (like this one). I believe that they were one of the rare bands that were getting better each year rather than the opposite.
Looking around yesterday, I realized I'd forgotten about some other unreleased DVD concerts of Skynyrd I have too. At least two of them are in color video also. However, this show, as well as the 1975 Winterland and 1977 New Jersey shows, was filmed in black and white. But it's great looking quality black and white too. Other than one camera angle with a small burned out pixels area, the video seems flawless to me!
As far as lossiness goes, it's lossy! That's unfortunate. But it's from the same source as the Journey (and many other) shows at Winterland and that's Wolfgang's Vault. At this time, they seem to be the only holders of the master, lossless video. And it's been this way for years and years. These shows all come from what is commonly called "Bill Graham's Vault" and were filmed at his venues by the cameras set up to professionally shoot shows at Winterland.
I hope you enjoy this free "free concert"...