well, I upload this time new files in rapidshare
Original txt file from the folder:
This is an 8mm video from the A Day At The Races tour which has been circulating as a silent 12 minute video for decades (and sometimes as a 22 minute video with 10 minutes repeating. As was common at the time, it was filmed by a camera without audio capabilities. One day a couple years ago, I was watching it and I started to pick out which songs were being played. I then decided that someone needed to synch audio to it. After drawing straws with Tilomagnet, P_G, and Lester Burnham (joking, joking!), and after plenty of trial and error, the whole process took a couple months for me to finish, and to this day I'm still pretty happy with it.
For decades, this video has circulated as "Los Angeles 3-3-77". However, the 8mm master reel was recently found, and it was labeled simply as "The Forum", but with a Quebec mailing address on it. This leads one to believe the video was actually filmed at the Montreal Forum, not the Los Angeles Forum. The Montreal show was on January 26, 1977.
At the time I synched the audio to the video, I was still under the impression that the video was from the Los Angeles 3-3-77 concert, so the majority of the audio is from that show. But since the LA audio is only an hour long, I had to take some bits from a few other shows. Most of the audio had to be speed/pitch corrected to match the speed of the video. Since the video is only 12 minutes long, they're only portions of the songs (film was pretty expensive back then!). The audio is from LA 3-3-77, unless otherwise indicated:
Tie Your Mother Down (College Park MD 2-4-77)
Somebody To Love
You're My Best Friend
Bring Back That Leroy Brown
The Prophet's Song
Bohemian Rhapsody (Seattle 3-13-77)
Stone Cold Crazy (New York 2-5-77)
In The Lap Of The Gods...Revisited (Seattle 3-13-77)
Now I'm Here (Seattle 3-13-77)
I'm well aware that this video isn't the best possible version it could be. Back when I did this, I didn't have any software to do this kind of editing in lossless DVD quality. I did it with GoldWave and TMPGEnc. So, maybe one day I'll create a better version, perhaps with Seattle as the prominent audio source. But for now, here's the 8mm video from the ADATR tour, presumably from Montreal, with audio mostly from LA (all 3 parts, compressed in .rar format): http://rapidshare.com/files/102105532/77-01-26_-_Montreal__with_audio__1_.part1.rar.html http://rapidshare.com/files/102135360/77-01-26_-_Montreal__with_audio__1_.part2.rar.html http://rapidshare.com/files/102125715/77-01-26_-_Montreal__with_audio__1_.part3.rar.html