Bon Jovi
June 24th, 1995
Wembley Stadium
London, England
2 DVDs
The Bon Jovi Transfer Syndicate
Mid Generation VHS Tape
Mid Generation VHS Tape → Panasonic AG-7350 → Canopus ADVC-300 → HDD (post production) → DVD
67 minutes

Livin' On A Prayer
You Give Love A Bad Name
Wild In The Streets
Keep The Faith
Blood On Blood
I Can't Help Falling In Love
I'd Die For You
Blood Money (Acoustic)
Blaze Of Glory
Dry County
Lay Your Hands On Me
I'll Sleep When I'm Dead ~ Jumpin' Jack Flash ~ Papa Was A Rolling Stone
Bad Medicine ~ Shout

Bed Of Roses (Cuts in)
Hey God
Rockin' All Over The World (With Steven Van Zandt)

I Believe
I'll Be There For You

Acoustic Guitar Solo ~ Wanted Dead Or Alive
Havin' A Party (With Steven Van Zandt)
Someday I'll Be Saturday Night (With Steven Van Zandt)
This Ain't A Love Song

The Bon Jovi Transfer Syndicate
The Bon Jovi Transfer Syndicate

A fan from Austria sold her collection of video tapes and the Bon Jovi Transfer Syndicate grabbed a few and was lucky enough to have chosen this one. To that point this show was only available in horrible and really poor high gen quality. This still isn't perfect by any means, but definately an upgrade to the previous version. Unfortunately the tape was already grainy and the video is even more grainy as the picture was way too smooth and as a result you couldn't see anything in detail at all on the screens (the complete concert was shot from the video screen on the left side of the stage).

A 3 DVD transfer bonjovi90 made of this show was around for years, but this is an upgrade to it. After some time he came to the conclusion that this first version didn't do the show justice and went back to start from scratch again with the original tape. To this day he thinks he haven't shared this new transfer with anyone but Kathleen, and she told him that she couldn't believe it was sourced from the same VHS as it turned out that much better. Not only did Dominik find a better colour and contrast balance, but the audio turned out a lot better as well.

The show was shot from almost the far back left side (almost reverse side) of the Wembley stadium and the filmer focussed on the left screen. Since it was a generated tape nonetheless it gets harder to watch once the daylight fades and spotlights have a heavier impact on the material provided by the stage cameras.