Reviews and Problems with Roy Orbison: Black & White Night
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Movie overall 10
Absolutely the Best
23 February 2010
Excerpt: This is absolutely the best performance and audio I've ever seen and heard -- #1. This performance was filmed in B&W in a smoke-filled night-club setting that you would imagine as a Roy Orbison venue in the early years of his career. As such, it is presented in excellent video quality.
Excerpt: I have a stack of bluray concerts, this one I rate as the best one. The sound quality is just staggeringly clear - really jaw dropping stuff. The video I would rate as average but I don't care, I bought this for the sound and it delivers in truckloads.
Excerpt: As everybody else has said...AWESOME SOUND! Picture is acceptable but is no Sin City which I think is the best B&W film I have seen as far as quality goes. If you are a music fan pick this title up.
Excerpt: Truly the best sounding concert, by far better then the DVD. So the PQ is not 100% soooooo what, live concerts are about the sound for the most part and this one is head and shoulders above the rest.
Excerpt: For me the video fits the movie. With the smoke & black & white film. it makes you feel like you are in there with the crowd. Then the sound is what brings it together. It will make you smile. I had company over & I had this one lady say "Look I got goose bumps!". It is that good.
Excerpt: Grainy, dusty on some shots, but it works! Beautifully evocative filmwork, you feel that you're there in the club. A great supporting band makes for a stellar show, and yes the DTS-HD MA will rock your socks off. Don't debate , buy this one.
Excerpt: Black&White Night is easily my all-time favorite concert film. Here's what I had to say on Netfilx about the DVD version: "5 stars!! Every December 6th I invite a dozen friends over, we put on the Raybans, light up the 1000 watts in the amps, and rock.
Excerpt: This Blu-Ray has the best sound mix of any disc I have bought so far. Pure reference material here. If you are a Orbison fan at all pick this up. THe DTS-HD track used every speaker in my setup and was never overpowering.
Excerpt: This performance showcases Roy Orbison in the twilight of his career, but you wouldn't know it by how stellar he is. He effortlessly belts out his near operatic songs backed by one of the best and most interesting backing bands in history.
Excerpt: This intimate show was fantastic. Tight and quick. A little too short, but I wont complain. The audio is just rediculously good. Every instrument and voice can be cleanly and separately identified. The "team" or "crew" of mixing people just nailed it. Its perfect...it really is.