The volume level fluctuates a little bit, but by and large is solid. The sound is crisp and clear, and the music comes across strongly over the 2.0 surround. Do bear in mind that the crystalline reproduction of the music shouldn’t be a surprise.
The transfer keeps the shot-on-video sharpness of the documentary. The colours are good, and Feinstein’s pictures are reproduced well. There isn’t too much to say here: the visuals are clear, the transfer solid. It’s a low-budget doc, after all.
There are, appropriately enough, four still galleries here. The other extras are two more interview segments, with Brace Lanhorne and Izzy Young. The menu is fully animated and scored.
This is for the Dylan completists out there, rather than for the casual viewer. It is clearly a labour of love, however, and a great deal of care has gone into it.