Legendary Irish recording artists The Chieftains bring their own unmistakable style to traditional Irish tunes on The Long Black Veil. Using such unique instruments as the tiomp
The 1.66:1 DVD is not anamorphically enhanced, and the documentary footage is, appropriately, of varying quality due to being filmed in different formats. The interviews are presented with mediocre image quality, appearing marginally sharp. Detail is wanting throughout. Colors are often washed out, lacking depth and definition. Film grain and source element artifacts are noticed in some scenes. Pixelization and aliasing can be distracting in others. Overall, a visually unimpressive DVD. (Suzanne Hodges)
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