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remaster,remaster,remaster...........................

PostPosted: 21 Dec 2012, 20:33
by jedcop
i know this is going to cause alot of possible argument but here goes...........i do think that the remastering of rorys cds has been overdone,i don"t know if rory can hear me but i think even he would"ve agreed with me that one remastering is enough.lets have some more RARE STUFF from the vaults of man y studios that rory recorded in,i once said that a box set (like bruce springteens) from 1971-1995 would be a good idea,each cd would cover maybe two years each plus a booklet covering the history of the forementioned cds.....donal if you can hear me ..............it could be ready for 2015!,i like to know what others think......best wishes to all for christmas...jedcop

Re: remaster,remaster,remaster...........................

PostPosted: 22 Dec 2012, 01:47
by RobertaSparrow
I will likely buy the remastered discs mostly for the previously unreleased material. And I'm still hoping for an update on the IOW DVD that has been rumored for a while, before the world ends.

Re: remaster,remaster,remaster...........................

PostPosted: 23 Dec 2012, 22:32
by innuendo
does anybody know was iow festival recorded on film? i mean on 35 mm tape. cos if it was then we could have blue ray with amazing picture. did any artist from that year released his iow appearance on blue ray?

Re: remaster,remaster,remaster...........................

PostPosted: 24 Dec 2012, 00:56
by JimLED
innuendo wrote:does anybody know was iow festival recorded on film? i mean on 35 mm tape. cos if it was then we could have blue ray with amazing picture. did any artist from that year released his iow appearance on blue ray?


from wiki

"The 1970 festival was filmed by a 35mm film crew under the direction of future Academy Award-winning director Murray Lerner who at that point had just directed the Academy Award-nominated documentary Festival of the Newport Folk Festival."

Re: remaster,remaster,remaster...........................

PostPosted: 26 Dec 2012, 21:06
by innuendo
JimLED wrote:
innuendo wrote:does anybody know was iow festival recorded on film? i mean on 35 mm tape. cos if it was then we could have blue ray with amazing picture. did any artist from that year released his iow appearance on blue ray?


from wiki

"The 1970 festival was filmed by a 35mm film crew under the direction of future Academy Award-winning director Murray Lerner who at that point had just directed the Academy Award-nominated documentary Festival of the Newport Folk Festival."

thanks jim. i was too lazy to check that myself. well that is certainly great and now i wish to own it in hd quality, dvd just won't do :D

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PostPosted: 26 Dec 2012, 22:00
by JimLED
innuendo wrote:well that is certainly great and now i wish to own it in hd quality, dvd just won't do :D

definitely right, kruno.. but the main question still open: "how many santas we should ask to get this under christmas tree..." ;)

Re: remaster,remaster,remaster...........................

PostPosted: 27 Dec 2012, 05:51
by RobertaSparrow
JimLED wrote:
innuendo wrote:well that is certainly great and now i wish to own it in hd quality, dvd just won't do :D

definitely right, kruno.. but the main question still open: "how many santas we should ask to get this under christmas tree..." ;)

And I for one would like it for this year's tree

Re: remaster,remaster,remaster...........................

PostPosted: 28 Dec 2012, 20:16
by innuendo
RobertaSparrow wrote:
JimLED wrote:
innuendo wrote:well that is certainly great and now i wish to own it in hd quality, dvd just won't do :D

definitely right, kruno.. but the main question still open: "how many santas we should ask to get this under christmas tree..." ;)

And I for one would like it for this year's tree


roberta and jim i hope we will get it before next chrismas.