I though at first there was no singing in this show. That was until I looked and noticed there is a singer but you just cannot hear him since the camera is in front of Trower's stack of amps. But that makes this an even cooler show and one that is different because it highlights Robin Trower very well and just the music too. There is some slight distortion at times, the left channel seems a little louder, and there are other audio issues due to where the the person filming was standing and probably their recording gear settings also. But to me anyhow, this is still and enjoyable and easy to watch show from the front row. It's an excellent video capture with a great-to-excellent sound at times.
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Artist: Robin Trower
Date: November 25th, 1994
Location: San Juan Capistrano, California
Venue: The Coach House
Label: Third Eye
Total Running Time: 1:23:15
Chapters: Yes (approximately every 5 minutes)
DVD Size: 2.73 GB
Resolution: 704 x 480
Frame Rate: 29.97 fps
Data Rate: 9555 kbps
Sample Rate: 48 kHz
Bitrate: 256 kbps
01. Too Rolling Stoned
02. Rise Up Like The Sun
03. Secret Place
04. Don't Lose Faith In Tomorrow
06. Precious Gift
07. Whisper Up A Storm
08. Day Of The Eagle
09. Bridge Of Sighs
10. Chase The Bone
11. Prisoner Of Love
12. Little Bit Of Sympathy
13. 20th Century Blues
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I need to reconfirm the titles of each song and plan on doing so as I watch this DVD again. It's been a while, and while I think they're correct, I need to double check.
This is not your average Third Eye DVD production. There is no LPCM audio or DVD menus or any of the more professional extras associated with Third Eye DVD's usually. While I'm sure the Third Eye guy recorded the show, I'm not sure if this DVD was broken down using DVD Decrypter by the party that shared it or if it was an early Third Eye DVD project? I have a feeling there may be a much better cosmetically speaking copy out there with actual song chapters at the right places, menus, and even artwork and a few other things.
But even if this copy is the only copy put out, it is still an excellent video and show and Robin Trower and band rock out superbly!
I hope you enjoy the show...
ALWAYS REMEMBER TO SUPPORT THE ARTISTS BY BUYING THEIR OFFICIALLY RELEASED MATERIAL TOO.