This is an excellent sounding (LPCM audio) dual/double layer DVD of the Jimmy Page and Robert Plant concert in San Diego in 1998. I really like the sound on this one too. The mix is excellent and everything from the low bass frequencies to the high vocal and guitar frequencies are present and clean. The video is great as well but it is a little shaky at times. It is not a problem though and the camera used by Third Eye Productions has always been a really great (maybe professional) camera so the video looks superb in color, lighting, and overall quality.
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Artist: Page & Plant
Date: September 21st, 1998
Location: San Diego, California
Venue: Cox Arena @ San Diego State University
Label: Third Eye
Title: San Diego Sept. 21, 1998
DVD's: 1 DL DVD
DVD Size: 7.46 GB
DVD Length: 1 hour, 57 minutes
Type: AUD Shot
Resolution: 720 x 480
Frame Rate: 29.97 fps
Bitrate: 8000 kbps
Audio Type: AUD
Sample Rate: 48 kHz
Bitrate: 1536 kbps
01. Egyptian music intro
02. The Wanton Song
03. Celebration Day
05. Ramble On
06. Walking Into Clarksdale
07. No Quarter
08. When The World Was Young
09. Going To California
11. Gallows Pole
12. Heart In Your Hand
13. Babe I'm Gonna Leave You
14. How Many More Times/Trampled Underfoot
15. Most High
16. Whole Lotta Love
17. What Is And What Should Never Be
18. Rock And Roll
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While I don't see any mention of this copy being one of the Third Eye Remaster series DVD's, I'm pretty sure it is. The fact it has LPCM audio as well as being a DL DVD tells me it is. Most of the original Third Eye releases, originally on VHS tapes, used AC3 audio and had a low 192 kbps audio bitrate too. And as they were first remastered and put to DVD, if a show was more than one DVD in size, instead of making a DL DVD (if they were even available back then) the show would be on 2 DVD's. I believe there was a second wave of remastering done from the master recordings around the 2005 - 2010 time frame and the audio was upgraded (LPCM) as in this show and many of the 2 DVD shows were put onto DL DVD's too. I cannot say this is all 100% accurate though. There are still some "remasters" that have the 192 kbps AC3 audio out there too (maybe first remaster series?).
I mention the video is a little shaky in places but it is still much better than most people's handheld video recordings of shows. The video is not bad either but it is obvious it was not a tripod mounted shooting and was a handheld type in this show from the balcony area on the right section of the venue. It really is sharp and clear video too. I've always wondered what kind of camera Third Eye used for all of the shows he shared because it was definitely an excellent, and possibly professional camera.
We're really fortunate to have all of these various concerts recorded by Third Eye using such great equipment and knowing about video and audio too.
I hope you enjoy the show...
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