This production has been talked about a little on the old boards, I believe, but has fallen off of this one. Just a reminder now that the Eagles' current tour is in pause, you can fill a lot of moments with this DVD, featuring both J.D. Souther and Jackson Browne.
I really thought it was interesting reading in Felders' book how much the band respected Roy Orbison and his talent. Maybe they should have been opening for him?
Recorded over 20 years ago now, you can hear "the voice" sounding never better, with a backing group of artists who are all stars in their own right. The regular DVD has a 5.1 audio track that is superb. It has just recently come out in Blu-ray, also. Here it is in widescreen and has a Dolby TrueHD audio option. Stunning. If you have or are thinking of trying a Blu-ray player coupled with a sound system, this should be one of the first discs to have.