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This film represents the music of the post-hippy late 60's and early 70's best.
I remember seeing this film/concert on Showtime years ago, & it still sounds fresh every time I watch it now on this great DVD version.
Great Blu Ray DVD, stunning picture, feel good all the way through, sound quality better than any version I had ever heard before.
Love the video, brings you back to a simpler time......
We have nothing to compare to this now.
Great documentary of an amazing time.
lots of great memories. the 70's was best times of my life. great, great!!!!! movie.Published 16 days ago by randyyoung
This is the ONLY thing that plays for the entire month of November. I hear it and I'm reminded of harvest time, harvest moons, mushroom collecting, misty evenings, pumpkins, and... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Bad Pony Medicine
Love "THE BAND" so was excited to get a copy of this documentary. Very well done & brings back lots of memories. Well worth watching.Published 22 days ago by Shari Wilson
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|Extras on Blu-Ray edition?||
The blu-ray only has one commentary track - the Robertson / Scorsese one. It also includes the "'Revisiting The Last Waltz" documentary.
So, it omits the 12 minute "Jam" footage, the second commentary track, photo gallery, trailer and TV spot. Also, it only has 5.1 audio... Read More
Nov 9, 2008 by Charlie Chaplin | See all 2 posts
|THE BAND are probably Canada's greatest band!||
To even mention Rush in the same breath as The Band is just silly. I can tell by your signature that you won't like my response, but the truth is the truth. I mean, how many other bands have covered any Rush songs, compared to the hundred or so that have done "The Weight." Geez, I... Read More
Jun 22, 2010 by D. R. Hardin Jr. | See all 7 posts
|concert or concert mixed with interviews||
This version is pretty much exactly the same as when I saw it in the theater when it was first released in 1978. The only difference is in the usual DVD extras--voice-over commentaries. The interviews were part of the original film.
Jun 22, 2010 by D. R. Hardin Jr. | See all 2 posts
|Have returned 4 copies of The Band on blu-ray disc because of false...||
Just to clarify, this disk comes with PCM 5.1 - this is uncompressed 5.1 audio i.e. what DTS Tru-HD becomes when it is 'unzipped' by your Blu-Ray player or amp. DTS Tru-HD is just a lossless compression format for fitting the uncompressed 5.1 audio into a smaller space. There is zero difference... Read More
Dec 21, 2009 by Robert Younger | See all 3 posts
|Bly ray "The last watlz' actually multi region?||
I have the same question. Blu-ray.com says it is all regions. If we want to buy through the blu-ray site it leads us to Amazon.com where the technical information says it is region 1. I thing that Amazon.com could clarify this.
Nov 19, 2009 by Francisco Bandeira | See all 5 posts
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