Video Recordings

Heaven and Hell
29 April 2007
Broomfield Events Center
Broomfield, CO, USA
Heaven and Hell Tour
1 DVD
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Audience
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Master
NTSC
16:9
109'


1. After All (The Dead)
2. The Mob Rules
3. Children of the Sea
4. Lady Evil
5. I
6. Sign of the Southern Cross
7. Voodoo
8. The Devil Cries
9. Drum solo (partially from Loudpuppy source)
10. Computer God
11. Falling Off The Edge of the World
12. Shadow of the Wind
13. Die Young
14. Heaven and Hell
15. Neon Knights


Notes: The second of four times that we saw Heaven and Hell; we caught the first show up in Vancouver, uncertain if there would be an American leg to the tour. Of course, after we'd already booked the trip, they announced the spring American leg of the tour.
So, of course, we were going to see the one in our own backyard, too! This was arguably a better show than the Vancouver one, as the band had been playing together for about 6 weeks at this point and were much tighter the second time around. To me, I was astonished that none of the four H&H shows I went to were sold out - didn't everyone realize what an event this was?

Overall, this is pretty well shot - I like shooting in this venue, as it's not huge, and there's a great sight line from the back center. I also shot this in widescreen and used Sony Vegas to complete the transfer. This was originally intended to be a two-cam.

In fact, I've made one, but, Loudpuppy's camera severely malfunctioned this night, and left the video image grainy and full of digital lines. I did use Loudpuppy's footage, however, for the drum solo, when I was changing my DV tapes; there's a little hiccup at the end of the drum solo, where the very end repeats (can't remember what happened there in my editing). I've done a
variety of transfers of this footage over the years since the show; this version was converted to DVD DL on September 14, 2014.
As with all my films, my wife assisted at unremembered spots during the show, when I had to use the restroom. My son was also present
for this show, as were Loudpuppy and my oldest friend Ricky.

Myself, I'm a fan of audience shot videos - I've shot 40 or so myself, and have 100s of old VHS tapes from collectors around
the world. I really enjoy this video, but, your enjoyment will likely be determined by how much you tolerate somewhat shaky,
somewhat blurry and generated picture. If you're cool with that, then this might be something you'll enjoy! Please don't profit
from this transfer - share it, post it, give it away, but, don't make money off of it.
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