This is an amazing upgrade from the title originally known as "A Perfect Echo".
It is a live concert with the Shocking Pinks at the Harrah Arena, Dayton, Ohio on September 18, 1983.
Songs performed are:
Heart Of Gold
Don't Be Denied
I Got A Problem
Don't Take Your Love Away
Do You Wann Dance.
Also includes bonus footage "Forever Young, a 33 minute featurette of Neil at his ranch.
Video Quality: Main concert audio and video are both very good quality, bordering on excellent. Bonus material is 2nd gen VHS type video quality, with very good audio.
Running Length: Concert: 60 minutes. Bonus material: 33 min. Total running time is 93 minutes.
Disc Format: 1 NTSC DVD
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