Bruce Springsteen & E Street Band London Calling -Live in Hyde Park 2009 (Blu-ray) 2010 DTS-HD Master Audio

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Captured in London at the Hard Rock Calling Festival on June 28, 2009, this film documents 26 tracks of live Springsteen that begin in daylight and progress through a gorgeous sunset into night. It conveys both the experience of being on-stage and the vast crowd experience of the festival environment. Viewers are able to see Springsteen spontaneously directing the E Street Band and shaping the show as it evolves. Rovi Rating:

London Calling: Live in Hyde Park is an ambitious concert documentary by any stretch of the imagination. First, there's the incredible length of the piece: Bruce and band come on stage and then rip through one song after another for an astonishing two hours and fifty-plus minutes. 

Bruce's set list includes:

London Calling 

Badlands

Night

She's the One

Outlaw Pete

Out in the Street

Working on a Dream

Seeds

Johnny 99

Youngstown

Good Lovin'

Bobby Jean

Trapped

No Surrender

Waiting' on a Sunny Day

Promised Land

Racing in the Street

Radio Nowhere

Lonesome Day

The Rising

Born to Run

Rosalita

Hard Times

Jungleland

American Land

Glory Days

Dancing in the Dark

Raise Your Hand

London Calling: Live in Hyde Park bursts onto Blu-ray with one of the best looking live concert images I've seen recently. Encoded via AVC and delivered with a 1080i "live" image in a 1.78:1 aspect ratio, the concert looks sharp and incredibly well detailed from the first notes in the bright sunshine to Bruce's final "We love you" delivered in the black of night some three hours later. Bruce's black shirt is always clearly delineated from the dark backdrop, which speaks well of black levels and contrast, and colors (mostly in the audience and the sideboards off of the stage) look lifelike and are extremely well saturated. 

 

 

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