hard-to-find concert DVD

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  1. 84superchamp

    84superchamp Silver Supporting Member

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    i've been looking for Bob Dylan's 30th Anniversary Celebration Concert on DVD and it's been a tough search. recorded in 1992(?), i've had the cassettes since they were first available but recently found out the same concert is on DVD and started looking for it. i found a VHS on ebay and the dvd only on unusual looking websites (i.e. untrustworthy).

    does anybody know where this concert vid is available? was it just not originally intended to be a published video, audio only. would sure appreciate any help.

    edit: what's your opinion on this concert? some good and some bad IMO but johnny winter doing highway 51 is worth the price.
     
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    that's what i'm guessing Al. the quality just won't be there & hated to take a chance. that show had quite a line-up and i would think a DVD would sell well.
     
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    I agree and strange that it has never been officially released on DVD. Have not listened to this is a while so just dug it out of the CD collection and going to give it a spin tomorrow!
     
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    Well, that explains why I haven't been able to find it... I had the VHS copy right after it came out, and wore it out a long time ago.
     
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    how was the quality on the VHS? i'd hate to go that route but it's better than not having it at all.
     

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