On November 29, 2002, one year after George Harrison died, his wife Olivia and good friend Eric Clapton gathered a group of artists together and put on a "Concert For George" as a tribute to the man they all adored. Featuring George
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD looks great! (The widescreen format presentation is not identified on the jacket.) The color palette is rich and warm, with lots of browns, golds, and oranges on stage. Most camera angles offer incredibly sharp and detailed images, though there are a few that appear a bit soft under the stage lighting. Fleshtones are accurately rendered, and blacks are deep and solid. There is little in the way of pixelization, shimmering, or smearing to distract. A lovely picture! (Suzanne Hodges)
The 5.1 audio presentations are outstanding with the concert presentations, sounding simply pristine and state-of-the-art. The surround sound production is also a standout, with an involving, engaging soundfield across the front channels and abundant ambient content in the surrounds with good bass extension. The low-end for the presentations are certainly noteworthy and commendable. The vocals are spread amongst the front channels. The overall listening experience is simply delightful, and fans of George Harrison are sure to be absorbed into the excitement and reminiscence of the wonderful renditions of his songs. While the Dolby
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