Pink Floyd-1994-10-20-London,UK (The Italian Broadcast,Nipote Authoring,Pro Shot,2 DVD)

1994-10-20 – Pink Floyd – The Italian Broadcast

Earl’s Court, London, England

Broadcasted on Italian TV 1994-11-16

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DVD 4:3 PAL – (Video: MPEG-2, PAL, 720×576, 25 fps, CBR 6000 kb/s – Audio: Linear PCM, 48000 Hz, 16 bits)

Lineage: RAIUNO -> unknow Recorder -> Master VHS -> Samsung SV-DVD55 -> Pinnacle Dazzle DVC100 -> TMPGEnc 4.0 XPress and TMPGEnc DVD Author 3

DVD 1 (74:39)

01 Shine On You Crazy Diamond
02 Learning To Fly
03 High Hopes
04 Take It Back
05 Coming Back To Life
06 Sorrow
07 Keep Talking
08 Another Brick In The Wall Part 2
09 One Of These Days

DVD 2 (75:55)

01 Speak To Me
02 Breathe
03 On The Run
04 Time
05 Breathe Reprise
06 The Great Gig In The Sky
07 Money
08 Us And Them
09 Any Colour You Like
10 Brain Damage
11 Eclipse
12 Wish You Were Here
13 Comfortably Numb
14 Run Like Hell

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Authored and Artwork by Nipote

Pink Floyd-1994-10-20-London,UK (German TV Broadcast,2 DVD)

Pink Floyd:

Video Source: German TV Broadcast(on 20th October 1994)
Taper: Axel himself
Video Bitrate: DVD1: 7173 to 7269 kb/s and DVD2: 7156 to 7276 kb/s
Frame rate: VBR 25.000 Frames
Pictures: 4:3 (all this and more was said by GSpot)
DVD Author: AODPPSS
DVD format: PAL
Region: 0, playable worldwide, if not it’s up to your equipment

Audio Source: German TV Broadcast(see above)
Lineage: see below
Taper: Axel himself
Audio Codec: AC3
Audio Bitrate: 0xbd[0x80]:48000Hz 256 kb/s tot , stereo (2/0)

Lineage: German TV broadcast(see above) > cable TV > Akai VCR(SP mode) > BASF 300min master VHS > playback on LG VCR > via Scart cable > Panasonic stand alone DVD recorder(1h15min flexible time mode for both DVD’s) > Verbatim 2DVD- set on HD (> YOU)
DVD with menue and scattered chapters ~ sorry for almost black menue on DVD2 which has no influence on video itself
File Size: 7.99GB(DVD1: 4.00GB and DVD2: 3.99GB
Length: 149:43min(DVD1: 75:00min and DVD2: 74:43min)
No artwork…
Information: http://db.etree.org/lookup_show.php?shows_key=19601

Earl’s Court, London, England, UK, 20th October 1994
DVD1: (75:00min)
00) Announcement by Stefanie Tücking
Set1:
01) Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts I-V & VII) ~
02) Learning To Fly
03) High Hopes
04) Take It Back ~
05) Coming Back To Life
06) Sorrow
07) Keep Talking
08) Another Brick In The Wall Part II ~ Happiest Day Of Our Lives ~ Another Brick In The Wall II ~
09) One Of These Days
DVD2: (74:43min)
00) Announcement by Stefanie Tücking
Set 2:
01) Speak To Me ~
02) Breathe ~
03) On The Run ~
04) Time ~
05) Breathe (Reprise) ~
06) The Great Gig In The Sky ~
07) Money ~
08) Us And Them ~
09) Any Colour You Like ~
10) Brain Damage ~
11) Eclipse
Encore:
12) Wish You Were Here
13) Comfortably Numb
14) Run Like Hell
Length: 149:43min
Personal:
David Gilmour: Vocals, Guitar
Richard Wright: Keyboards, Vocals
Nick Mason: Drums
Guy Pratt: Bass, Vocals
Tim Renwick: Guitar, Guitar
Jon Carin: Keyboards, Vocals
Dick Parry: Saxophone(some of those)
Gary Wallis: Percussion
Sam Brown: Vocals
Claudia Fontaine: Vocals
Durga McBroom: Vocals

This show is for free trading only ~ if you sell you’ll go to hell

This one’s for my friends,
P&L

(Source: German TV broadcast)

Pink Floyd-1994-03-23-San Bernardino,USA (Ver 2,In Rehearsal,Stunt Cock SC002)

Pink Floyd – In Rehearsal, 23rd March 1994

Universal Studios, Orlando, FLA

NTSC DVD

Artwork included (cover and disc)

Stunt Cock Records – SC002

 

  1. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (cuts in)
  2. Breathe
  3. Time
  4. Breathe Reprise
  5. High Hopes
  6. Wish You Were Here
  7. Another Brick In The Wall (Pt.2)
  8. Money
  9. Comfortably Numb
  10. Hey You

59mins 31secs

If the on-screen date on this footage is correct, and there’s no reason to suspect it isn’t, this recording was shot a week after the Norton Airforce Base recording was made and a week before The Division Bell Tour commenced in Miami.  The source for this is the 2xVCD version which, unlike the other versions that currently circulate, runs at the correct speed.  This isn’t a high quality affair by any means but it is an interesting hour-long peek at the dress rehearsals that preceded the tour.

The film is shot from two positions.  Firstly from in front of the stage and then from roughly 30 degrees to stage left with a very short sequence zoomed on the players between the two.  The audio is much better on the second half while the camera’s mic was off-phase to the PA.

Due mainly to the low light conditions this domestic camcorder footage was shot in, quite a lot of video noise is apparent on the source.  This has been carefully and subtley reduced using a software filter.

So anyway, nothing new or breathtaking here.  Just a rehash of existing stuff presented in a familiar and popular format and, as with everything I do along these lines, purely a labour of love.

Technical guff (from G-Spot).

The source VCD analysis;

352×240, 4:3, CBR 1900, 29.97 fps

MP2, 44.1, 320

This DVD;

720×480, 4:3, CBR 2200, 29.97 (i/l, bff)

AC3, 48, 320

3 x short bonuses: Ad for CD Remasters (Storm Studios), Ad for ‘Pulse’ (Storm Studios), Cnn News report.

Pink Floyd-1994-xx-xx-Pink Floyd VH1 To One (Pro Shot)

Pink Floyd
VH1 To One
1994 The Divison Bell Tour
25 Minutes
PAL Format
Artwork Included.

Lineage VHS Master copy>Philips DVD Recorder>HD>You

Audio Bitrate 224kb/s
Audio MPEG 1 Layer 2.
Video Bitrate 15842 kbp/s
Picture Resolution 720×576
Display aspect ratio 4.3.

A nice set of interviews and live clips,an almost complete version of
Keep Talking from an outdoor show.They mention the 14 nights at Earls Court,
a report about the collapsed seating. Playing the whole of Dark Side Of The Moon,
also playing without Roger.The difference between American and English audiences.
David mentions listening to some old live recordings. The Interviewer is the late
Robert Sandall music journalist who died recently in July 2010.