George Jones & Friends: 50th Anniversary Tribute Concert
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A live tribute to George Jones' 50th year as a recording artist. The stellar cast of guests included Vince Gill, Harry Connick Jr., Aaron Neville, Amy Grant, Sammy Kershaw, Randy Travis, Trace Adkins, Kris Kristofferson, Emmylou Harris, Alan Jackson, Martina McBride, Wynonna, Shelby Lynne, Joe Diffie, Trick Pony, Lorrie Morgan, and Kenny Chesney.
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Unfortunately, we had the same DVD video/audio synch problem as some others reported. This was so frequent that the DVD was painful to watch.
The synch problem wasn't as bad played on a computer DVD drive but there were still static "freezes" verifying there is some problem with the DVD manufacture.
We returned this for a refund (thanks Amazon for excellent customer service).
This was the 2-disc version and it seems like it may be a relatively infrequent quality problem because it's difficult to believe this problem was encountered by those giving 4 or 5 star reviews.
We liked this concert enough to try again if there is some chance we could get a good quality DVD or perhaps the 1 disc version doesn't have this problem? Any feedback on the 1 disc version would be welcome as the sync problem comments don't generally indicate which version had the problem.
at the end George Jones sang "He Stopped Loving Her Today"...he was right on it.
This is TWO Dvd s and ONE cd and the price including shipping was more than reasonable...honky tonk at its finest
even if youre a casual Country western fan, you will enjoy this DVD/CD combo...strongly recommened.
I see in some of the reviews that some fans that have certain expectations and ideas about how George's music should be presented weren't happy with this one. I understand that but it was a worthwhile purchase for at least one hard core George Jones fan. My dad wasn't gaga over every song on this either, but overall he enjoyed it.
I would recommend it to many country music fans in general.
Update 8/12/2013: I have upgraded my system to Blu-ray (Oppo), and although my old dvd system (Oppo as well) was not "budget-item", the sync problem has disappeared (still playing the old dvd-disc). Others may have the same problem reading the disc with some dvd players (difficult format, or something?), but my problem is gone. Except for this I would now give 5 stars *****, instead of 2 stars **.