Before you rip out a patch of your moptop, looking for the 17-minute interview with McCartney conducted by one-time Squeeze keyboardist, Jools Holland, or the Cavern Club biography (like I did), click on Live At The Cavern Club to access what appears to be the Main Menu. Go back to the other Main Menu
The vintage photos of his days with his other band that open Paul McCartney Live At The Cavern Club should put you in the mood to rock out in Liverpool, England. Adding to the
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD exhibits a very nicely rendered picture that should surely satisfy fans of McCartney. The picture is smooth and solid, with sharp and nicely detailed images. Colors are well balanced, and are well lit on stage. Shots from the back of the club to the stage appear a little weak in black level, but fans will likely not be bothered. (Suzanne Hodges)
The 5.1-channel soundtracks certainly have the feel of a raw live recording, but also are of quite good fidelity. At reference level, the sound does get loud at times, but should not be overpowering. All channels, including the .1 LFE are fully active throughout, and use of a back surround decoder should result in a heightened sense of space behind you. Deep bass is quite ample, though not particularly distinguished. The DTS
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