This is the performance of the Donnington, UK Monsters of Rock performance on 1990-08-18 with Jimmy Page playing with Aerosmith (just "Train Kept A Rollin'" with Page) and then the 1990-08-20 London, England rehearsals and the following show of Aerosmith (with and without Page) at the Marquee Club. in London
I'm not sure if this was all shot by the same person or not? Whoever shot the video at the 1990-0818 show and the 1990-08-20 rehearsals had full access where we wouldn't to be up front (8/18) and on stage with the band (8/20). And the video shot at the 8/20 concert that followed on the same day as the rehearsals looks like a single camera, tripod mounted shoot from the mid section in the balcony area. I'm not sure if the band had this recorded or someone in the audience recorded it. But the fact it is tripod shot makes me think it could be the same person who recorded the show on stage too. So I believe the whole DVD was likely shot by the same guy.
I labelled the tags for this post's video as audience shot but personally I consider it more of a semi pro shot source.
Master VHS > silver DVD > PC > me > you
Artist: Aerosmith & Jimmy Page
Date: August 18th, 1990 & August 20th, 1990
Location: Donnington, UK & London, England
Venue: Donnington Park & Marquee Club
Title: Jimmy Page & Aerosmith Marquee & Donnington 1990
Artwork: Yes (low resolution)
DVD's: 1 DVD
Source: Master VHS
DVD Size: 4.32 GB
DVD Length: 1 hour, 30 minutes approximately
Type: AUD Shot
Resolution: 720 x 480
Frame Rate: 29.97 fps
Bitrate: 7000 kbps
Audio Type: AUD
Sample Rate: 48 kHz
Bitrate: 448 kbps
Streams: 3 (1. original source, 2. mixing board, 3, Dolby 5.1 mix)
Donnington Park, Castle Donnington, England, UK
01. Backstage (Page, Perry & Tyler) & "Train Kept A Rollin'"
Marquee Club, London, England (rehearsals)
02. Rattlesnake Shake
03. Big Ten Inch
04. Train Kept A Rollin'
05. I Ain't Got You
06. Mother Popcorn
07. Let Me Love You
08. All Your Love
09. Immigrant Song (3 takes)
10. Think About It (2 takes)
11. Red House
Marquee Club, London, England (show)
12. I Ain't Got You
13. Think About It
14. Red House
15. Immigrant Song
16. Train Kept A Rollin'
(1) 1990-08-20 & 1990-08-18 London & Donnington (DVD)
(2) 1990-08-20 & 1990-08-18 London & Donnington (DVD)
(3) 1990-08-20 & 1990-08-18 London & Donnington (DVD)
(4) 1990-08-20 & 1990-08-18 London & Donnington (DVD)
(5) 1990-08-20 & 1990-08-18 London & Donnington (DVD)
I haven't watched this DVD in a year or so and I'm not planning on watching it all to give a full review this morning. Besides, I'm still listening to the Tulsa 1970-1970-08-21 Led Zeppelin concert just uploaded and I'm not going to stop it during the "Whole Lotta Love" medley anyhow! So this will be a short review since I'm tired and ready to go to 1sleep.
The DVD starts with the backstage talk between Jimmy Page, Steven Tyler, and Joe Perry at the 1990-08-18 Donnington show before they went on stage together. Aerosmith and Page play "Train Kept A Rollin'" and the camera angle is from in front of the first row or an area concert goers couldn't access it looks like.
The August 20th rehearsals start off the next segment with Aerosmith doing their stuff. Jimmy Page comes in later and joins them. There is a lot of talking and deciding how to do the songs (aka rehearsing) going on in that whole segment of the DVD as expected. The camera angle here is a guy walking around and filming in different areas of the stage,
And finally, the Marquee Club concert is the last part of the DVD. This is also from the August 20th date and of course after the rehearsals. The band experiences a sound issue in the show and then the show (about 25 minutes) continues on. This is the tripod mounted video part of the DVD and the small venue is filled with fans yelling "Jimmy Page" during parts of the show.
Somebody should have taught Steven Tyler the lyrics to "Immigrant Song" before they did this whole gig because he obviously never learned them. He mumbles non English sounding noises as he sings the song showing he really doesn't know the song at all.
For some reason I was thinking Page did more than one song with Aerosmith in their Donnington Monsters of Rock concert but I guess he just did "Train Kept A Rollin'". At least that is all he did in this video.
Since I am really running behind and this DVD has taken my much longer to get ready than I had planned, I'm going to wrap things up. I recommend if you are an Aerosmith fan or a Jimmy page fan you just download the DVD. I've got to get it uploading now and really cannot spend more time researching and commenting on this DVD. It is excellent/superb quality and was likely videotaped by a professional camera from someone within the band's (Aerosmith) entourage. You will like it if you like these artists and want to see a rare recording of them.
Thanks goes to "Amduscia" for sharing another great video on R-O for us to be able to burn to disc and watch!
I hope you enjoy the show...
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