Iron Maiden-1981-03-30-Milan,Italy (Ver 2,Inc In Prime Time Compilation,Pro Shot)

Band: Iron Maiden
City:
Country:
Venue:
Bootleg Name: Prime Time
Date: 1980/1981
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Menu: Yes
Chapters: Yes
Source: ProShot
Cover: Yes By Aleister666
Quality: 8.5
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Set List

20th Century Box (04/07/80 London)(24 Min)
RockPop 1980 (08/11/80 Munich)(6 Min)
Milan 1981 (30/03/81 Milan)(31 Min)
Bremen 1981 (29/04/81)(28 Min)

Time Length: 01:29:08 Min
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Attributes of video:
Way of compression of video: MPEG-2 (DxVA on)
TV System: 625/50 (PAL)
Relation of aspect: 4:3
Way of visualization: Reserved
Resolución of original image: 720×576 (625/50)
VSpeed of stills: 25.00
Original Image in format mailbox: Not Letterboxed
Speed of bits: 1.91 Mbps

Attributes of audio:
Way of audio codification: LPCM
Speed of sampling: 48kHz
Way of audio application: not specified
Number of channels of audio: 2.0
Speed of bits: 1536 Kbps
Number of audio sequences: 1
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Notes : Has the best version of Milan 1981

 

Iron Maiden-1981-03-30-Milan,Italy (Ver 3,Inc Rome 93,Pro Shot)

Artist:
Iron Maiden

Show or Bootleg Title:
1981-03-30 – Rolling Stone, Milan, Italy + Rome 93 (V6)

Source:
DVD – Pro Shot

NTSC

Menu : YES
Chapters : YES

Setlist/Chapters:
01. Another Life
02. Killers
04. Innocent Exile
03. Running Free
05. Transylvania
06. Guitar Solo
07. Drifter

Rome, Italy 1993
08. The Trooper
09. Fear Of The Dark

 

 

 

Iron Maiden-1981-03-30-Milan,Italy (Ver 4,Inc Canadian TV 1981,Pro Shot)

Band: Iron Maiden
City: Milan
Country: Italy
Venue: Rolling Stone
Bootleg Name:
Date: 1981/03/30
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Menu: Standalone
Chapters: Yes Every Five Minutes
Source: PRO-SHOT RAI TV
Cover: Not Yet
Version: 4 Incl. Canadian TV 1981
Quality: 8
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Set List

The Ides Of March
Another Life/Drum Solo
Killers
Innocent Exile
Running Free
TRansilvania/Guitar Solo
Drifter

Time Length: 00:30:07 Minutes

Canadian TV 1981

Time Length: 00:03:00 Minutes
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Video
ID : 224 (0xE0)
Format : MPEG Video
Format version : Version 2
Duration : 30 min 6 s
Bit rate mode : Variable
Width : 704 pixels
Height : 480 pixels
Display aspect ratio : 4:3
Frame rate : 29.970 (29970/1000) FPS
Standard : NTSC
Compression mode : Lossy

Audio
ID : 128 (0x80)
Format : AC-3
Format/Info : Audio Coding 3
Duration : 30 min 6 s
Channel(s) : 2 channels
Sampling rate : 48.0 kHz
Compression mode : Lossy

Iron Maiden-1981-01-22-Bremen,Germany (Ver 1,German TV,Pro Shot)

IRON MAIDEN – Beat Club, Bremen, ’81 (German TV)

This is the famous appearance of Iron Maiden on Beat Club, a German weekly TV show in the ’70’s/early ’80’s that also featured bands like Saxon, Dokken, April Wine and….ABBA.

The band plays live for half an hour in front of a studio audience and seems a bit nervous. They make quite a few mistakes throughout the set (‘Sanctuary’!). Nonetheless, it’s a great, energetic show from Maiden in what I consider their best period.

The video is a PAL recording, taken from what I guess is a 2nd generation video tape. Picture quality is pretty good, although there is some colour bleeding. I think I’d give the picture a VG to VG+ rating. Audio quality is great, but in mono. Furthermore, the Maiden concert was aired on Beatclub in two parts, on 2 different dates. For some reason, they decided to show ‘Santuary’ on both dates… Rather than butcher the videotape to edit one ‘Sactuary’ out I decided to leave both shows intact.

The video tape was transferred to DVD using a stand alone DVD recorder. There’s no fancy menu
and just automatic tracks every 5 minutes. But at least the audio is in sync!
Please feel free to re-author the DVD, though. I just don’t have the time or the knowledge.

All in all, this is a highly recommended piece of Maiden history, and one of the few proshots of Maiden w. Paul DiAnno.

I can’t upload screenshots, but I’m sure you’ll like this.

Enjoy!

Source:
video cassette (2nd gen.?) -> DVD -> DVD Smartripper

Tracklist:

1. Prowler
2. Sanctuary
3. Phantom of the Opera
4. Iron Maiden
5. Wrathchild
6. Innocent Exile
7. Sanctuary
8. Another Life

Iron Maiden-1981-01-22-Bremen,Germany (Ver 3,T-Mullet + original Ver,Pro Shot)

Iron Maiden
1981 01 22 (1981 04 29)
The Beat Club, Bremen, Germany

Version: 3 – Fancy Remader version by T-Mullet (sound, chapter…) + original version. Best one!
Source: PRO
Linage original version: video cassette (2nd gen.?) -> DVD -> DVD Smartripper
Linage Fancy version: video cassette (2nd gen.?) -> DVD -> DVD Smartripper->
-> Vegas 4.0 and Wavelab 5.0 Photoshop for the meny picture and DVD architect 1.0 for the rest.
Time Lenght: 64 min (32:31 min + 32:27 min)
# DVD: 1
Menu: Yes
Chapters: Yes (Every song)
Covers: Yes

Set List:

Fancy re-made version

Ides Of March
Prowler
Phanton Of The Opera
Iron Maiden
Wrathchild
Innocent Exile
Sanctuary
Another Life (cut at end)

Original version seeded by kips1963

Ides Of March
Prowler
Sanctuary
Phanton Of The Opera
Iron Maiden
Wrathchild
Innocent Exile
Sanctuary
Another Life (cut at end)

Notes:
Well i´ve decided that this concert needed a menu and while i was at it,
i found out there is enough room for another version of Beat Club on one single sided DVD.
So i re-did the sound and cut the the tracks
(not in the what i would call the “right order” but just follow kips1963 version).
What i did just look below.

I called it “re-made” because i think if i call it remaster,
then i would be lying because to remaster you have to have the master which i don´t.
I don´t work at Radio Bremen! All i have is a copy of it!

Do you need this version you ask?
Well, yes!, if you are a person who think that the sound of this concert needs a dash of reverb,
BUT still has the original version on it if you fancy doing yourself one day.
And it has chapters and a simple but great looking menu.
And and you wish you could skip the booring in between cuts that don´t belong there, then this one´s for you!

I´ve included kips1963 original textfile just in case you´ll need it.

Fancy version changes:
EQ: added a small dose of low bass and 2 db at the 2k area.

Wrathchild the fade in/out before the chorus is corrected.
I´ve added the sound from verse two and crossfaded.

I took out the first Sanctuary and took some of the picture at the end of the first version
and put that at the end of the second Sanctuary.
There was a small wooble in a couple of frames so i changed it.
Plus before the Another life starts we will se two seconds more of Iron Maiden instead of A mother
and her son looking happily at Iron Maiden

i´ve also added a bit of reverb on the music.
Not too much Just to enhance the experience.
The band sound so bleak with out so i took some artistic freedom here!

And at last i cut out all inbetween banter from the anouncer Uschi Nerke and fix the bit of Ides of march.
I changed the picture so we don´t have to see the tracking text from the VCR.

Happy viewing!
T-Mullet

Notes about the original version :

This is the famous appearance of Iron Maiden on Beat Club,
a German weekly TV show in the ’70’s/early ’80’s that also featured bands like Saxon, Dokken, April Wine and….ABBA.
The band plays live for half an hour in front of a studio audience and seems a bit nervous.
They make quite a few mistakes throughout the set (‘Sanctuary’!).
Nonetheless, it’s a great, energetic show from Maiden in what I consider their best period.
The video is a PAL recording, taken from what I guess is a 2nd generation video tape.
Picture quality is pretty good, although there is some colour bleeding.
I think I’d give the picture a VG to VG+ rating. Audio quality is great, but in mono.
Furthermore, the Maiden concert was aired on Beatclub in two parts, on 2 different dates.
For some reason, they decided to show ‘Santuary’ on both dates…
Rather than butcher the videotape to edit one ‘Sactuary’ out I decided to leave
both shows intact.

The video tape was transferred to DVD using a stand alone DVD recorder.
There’s no fancy menu and just automatic tracks every 5 minutes.
But at least the audio is in sync!
Please feel free to re-author the DVD, though.
I just don’t have the time or the knowledge.

All in all, this is a highly recommended piece of Maiden history,
and one of the few proshots of Maiden w. Paul DiAnno.

Source:
video cassette (2nd gen.?) -> DVD -> DVD Smartripper

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