DIO 1990-08-03 New Haven 2-cam (CBG Classic Master Video Series Vol. 56)

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April 30, 2017 at 8:43 pm Quote #56394

guitard
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I have Dropbox links if anyone is interested. This is a great show.

http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=590678

DIO
New Haven Coliseum
New Haven, CT
August 3, 1990
CBG Classic Master Video Series Vol. 56

audio: (CBG) Aiwa-CM30A mic / Sony WM-D6C / cassette

video #1: (CBG) Sony Handycam CCD-TR5 8mm camcorder (w/ 2X teleconverter lens) master 8mm analog tape; NTSC, 4:3 PAR, 29.97 fps; transferred to harddrive via a firewire using a Sony TRV-330 8mm digital camera w/ Time Base Correction.

video #2: (unknown) audience recording of unknown lineage; VHS tape (best guess 3rd gen); NTSC, 4:3 PAR, 29.97 fps; captured using a JVC S-VHS HR-S8007UM VCR connected to a Canopus ADVC-110 via an S-Video cable; Canopus ADVC-110 connected to the computer via firewire; video capture done with Sony Vegas Pro 13.

Video capture, editing, and 2-pass VBR encoding done with Sony Vegas Pro 13 at 8K max, 7.8K avg, 1K min (both discs); authored to DVD in Sony DVD Architect Pro 6.

Video editing, mixing, audio synching and DVD authoring by Silver Stallion (AKA guitard on Dime).

running time: 1 hr 40 mins (full show)

disc 1 (53 mins)
1. intro
2. Wild One
3. Children Of The Sea
4. Man On The Silver Mountain
5. Tarot Woman
6. Jen keyboard solo
7. Stargazer
8. Long Live Rock ‘N’ Roll
9. Born On The Sun
10. Stand Up And Shout
11. Why Are They Watching Me
12. Rowan guitar solo
13. Don’t Talk To Strangers

disc 2 (47 mins)
14. Lock Up The Wolves
15. Hey Angel
16. The Last In Line
17. Heaven And Hell
18. Rainbow In The Dark
19. Egypt (The Chains Are On)
20. Holy Diver
21. We Rock

Ronnie James Dio – vocals
Rowan Robertson – guitar
Simon Wright – drums
Teddy Cook – bass
Jen Johannson – keyboards

I only have one request, that you don’t take these files and post them on other torrent sites. I have many shows to upload. I will upload, let them get seeded by others and after a majority have downloaded the files completely, remove my files so I can seed something new. I prefer to manage my own shows on DIME and The Traders Den. I will upload to other sites when I wish to for select shows. Thanks for honoring my wishes in advance.

This is “CBG Classic Master Video Series Vol. 56”.

I remember first being introduced to Ronnie from a high school girlfriend Kim whose older brother Paul (R.I.P) had an album of a band named Rainbow that I never heard of before at that point. It was a live album called On Stage with the big Rainbow on the cover. There was a second song on side one of the first LP record that caught my ear immediately. It was just a kick ass powerful song that rolled on like a freight train. From the moment I heard it, I loved it. It seemed to take you to this other place in your mind and made you really feel good. The vocals were so powerful and gripping. It was The Man On The Silver Mountain. It’s funny, because, that song actually became synonymous with thinking about my girlfriend Kim at the time. We both loved that song.

Time would pass and Ozzy would leave Black Sabbath and then the singer from Rainbow would replace him with the Heaven and Hell album release in 1980. I would be graduating high school at this time a year ahead in 11th grade. I remember a lot of the High School going to a Black Sabbath / Blue Oyster Cult twin bill concert in a place called Lebanon Valley Speedway in Lebanon, NY. That was just too far for me to go at that time and I decided to see Blue Oyster Cult on an off night from that tour at the Mid-Hudson Civic Center in Poughkeepsie, NY instead. In 1982 when Black Sabbath came out with The Mob Rules album, I was in college and they didn’t play any where around me except for NYC which was too far to go again.

Then in 1983, Ronnie leaves Black Sabbath and starts his own band. Ronnie would play our small 2900 seat Civic Center in Poughkeepsie, NY, but for some reason I can’t remember, I didn’t go to that show. Too bad on me. By the time the next DIO album ‘The Last in Line’ came out, I was still in a college local to Poughkeepsie and DIO was playing there again. I was not going to miss this. It was the only show in the area. It turns out this was the night before the Philadelphia Spectrum show that was released on VHS tape by the band. They were playing our small 2900 seat Civic Center right before the massive Philadelphia Spectrum. I would get front row seats on the left side right in front of Vivian Campbell. My friend Stormin’ Norman, whose Sony Walkman audio deck I would borrow and record shows with for 2 years, recorded audio with it from the 10th row center. (Norm)aly, I would audio tape and Norman would take pictures. But since I was front row, he audio taped and I took pictures. I got some real cool pictures but one stood out. A picture of Vivian holding his laser outlines explorer guitar at me to take a picture. I took a lot of pictures of Vivian and he could see me shooting him. When he held up the laser guitar and pointed it at me, I knew he was doing that for me to take a picture. And it turned out great. I will post it below in the comments. It is part of artwork I made for the audio back a long time ago. So I finally got to see Ronnie and he was so great that night in Poughkeepsie.

I would later go away to college in the remote upstate NY and missed the 1985 tour but got a great video from Pierre in Montreal that Otto in Detroit shot of that show. I would later see Ronnie again at Madison Square Garden in 1986 on a return visit to the area where I had graduated college and would be able to go. Vivian was no longer in the band, Craig Goldy had replaced him in the band, but the Sacred Heart show was great none the less.

Some more time would pass again, I would see the Dream Evil tour, but it was in places where I didn’t think I could film at the time. I was such a novice. In 1990, Ronnie had a new album Lock Up The Wolves, and a new guitarist again, Rowan Robertson. I needed to try and film Ronnie finally. He would be starting his US tour “officially” in New Haven, CT at the Coliseum that I filmed my first show at in 1987. As it turned out, Ronnie would first play the 2900 seater in Poughkeepsie, NY a couple nights before on August 1st as a warm up to the tour here in the USA. I got my ticket for the show in New Haven and was looking forward to the show. It turns out that Ronnie would also play a few songs the night before in the New Haven Coliseum on August 2nd for fan club members.

When I got into the arena, it was hardly filled. There were curtains up so you couldn’t go up real high on the sides of the arena. Only like 5 rows were exposed to sit in along the 2nd level on the sides of the arena. Even the back sections of the arena were zoned off. Times had changed. In 1984-1986, this place would have been sold out packed for this show. Not in 1990. I still enjoyed the show and seeing Ronnie sing, of course, even if it wasn’t the heyday of his popularity. I was able to film the show and complete this bucket list item of capturing Ronnie live myself after all these years of loving his music and singing. As it turns out, I believe this show was filmed by a girl that used to film in this time frame in the New England area. We were able to obtain a VHS tape of the video she captured and mixed it with my angle. So this is a 2-cam mix and also has an audio synch of an audio I captured. I also ran my Sony WM-D6C cassette deck as I filmed the show.

Sadly, for the second week in a row, I am releasing a show of a favorite artist that has passed away. R.I.P. Ronnie James Dio. You were one of the greatest singers, songwriters and performers ever. What a Rock and Roll voice! Enjoy him when he sang in New Haven to start the Lock Up The Wolves tour. CBG5150 Posted to DIME 2017-04-30.


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May 1, 2017 at 10:17 pm Quote #56397

mrmojohalen
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Thanks Randy ! 8)


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