From her Twenty Four Seven Millennium Tour 2000, Tina Turner: One Last Time Live gives us another look at Tommy
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD looks great. Images are sharp and detailed on stage, with nicely rendered background detail and clarity into the audience. Colors are rich and warm, with nice balance throughout. There is minor aliasing noticed on occasion, but when the camera is focused on Tina
The 4.1-channel discrete soundtracks certainly energize the soundstage, and will surely provide excitement for fans. Fidelity is fair though not particularly distinguished, and the recording has a definite,
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