Posted July 08 2005 - 01:57 AM
| I sure hope they do something more with the 3 older Rush concert videos than merely port them over to DVD, like Chronicles. I would still buy them, but it would be a pretty crappy effort. |
I won't re-cap herein the lengthy exchange I had with Sergio Martorelli here:
But suffice it to say I disagree. Even a judiciously remastered straight content port of these three titles would be welcomed. (And technically the Chronicles
DVD included 2 vids that were not originally on that title.)
| That link just had a stray comma in it. |
Thx for the link to the ad, Kyle. Terrific to see that it includes the Blu-ray logo, some kind of additional hi def DVD logo and a reference to "analog audio and video TAPE RESTORATION," which was not the forte of Coming Home Studios, the company which produced and distributed Rush In Rio
. This intimates that Fogo is indeed doing remastering work on ESL, GUP and ASoH.
And yeah--if you'll scroll back you'll see we figured the comma issue out a while ago.
| Also, Rush's website announced several years ago that the 3 older shows were being worked on for dvd release, so Fogo didn't let the cat out of the bag on that. |
Yes but the intimation at the time was that the releases were happening in or about 2002, not three years
That's an interesting idea, Kyle: make the catalog releases (more) complete presentations of the set lists of the tours they "represent."