The dvd is really nice. No graphics or anything. I think the downhill vids are straight from the old screens at the shows and they had the graphics already on them. But hey, roller coasters are still cool, brah...
Its funny that you mention that lick in the transition jam. I was at that show and have been doing that lick ever since! I was doing it one time in the 90s and a guy I was playing with looks at me and goes, "dude! JFK!!!"
Definately worth the dough for the discs. Im a bit spoiled by blu ray, so the resolution on the big screen can be a little low, but the sound is great.
If I were to see that setlist on paper, I would be nonplussed. And when I saw it before I bought the disc, I was thinking, "hmmm, that's odd... I thought I liked this show more. Now I remember why I liked it, and its a great testament that the set-list does not mean much in terms of how cool a show is. Even Rooster is pretty hot, and thats been my pee and beer break song for like 20 years!
Im also glad a skinny version of my self is not on there doing things I probably should not have been doing. Ah, who am I kidding? Id love to see that skinny version of myself again, doing anything!!
Information is not knowledge. Knowledge is not wisdom. Wisdom is not beauty. Beauty is not love. Love is not music. Music is the best.- the girl from the bus