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Roger Hodgson to rejoin Supertramp

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April Fools!

This was just a segway for me to do another contest. I have on DVD the last Supertramp show ever with Roger Hodgson from 1983. It is a professionally shot show and the hits keep coming.

The first person to PM me with their mailing address & a good reason why Supertramp kicks ass will get a copy.

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Supertramp - Live At The Reiterstadium

Munich, Germany - 24 July, 1983

Video Source: VHS video (1. generation)

Lineage: 3-Sat retransmission via Swiss Cable > VHS SP with Stereo HiFi Soundtrack > Standalone DVD+r recorder. DVD Authoring done with TMPGenc DVD

Menu: yes / song access, yes (disc starts directly with playback)

Chapters: yes / intuitive (song access)


Format: MPEG-2, PAL

Framerate - 25fps

Image Size - 720 x 576

Aspect Ratio: 4:3

Bitrate - 4700 kbps


Codec - AC3, 2-Channel Stereo

Bitrate - 256 kps

Sampling Rate - 48 KHz

Total Running Time: 1h 37m 44s



Ain't Nobody But Me

Breakfast In America

Bloody Well Right

It's Raining Again

Put On Your Own Brown Shoes

Hide In Your Shell

Waiting So Long

Give A Little Bit

From Now On

The Logical Song

Goodbye Stranger



Fool's Overture



Crime Of The Century


Richard Davies: Keyboards & Vocals

Roger Hodgson: Guitars, Keyboards & Vocals

Bob Siebenberg: Drums

John Anthony Helliwell: Sax, Woodwinds & Vocals

Dougie Thomson: Bass


Scott Page: Guitars, Percussion & Sax

Fred Mandel: Keyboards & Guitars

I got this from a newsgroup and it did include an info file that had most of what was needed. I was able to collect the rest. This is Roger Hodgson's last show with Supertramp, and there's been an audio version posted here (http://www.thetradersden.org/forums/showthread.php?t=42544&highlight=supertramp), but I know some folks will want the video version, so here it is. There's also been a cover posted (http://www.thetradersden.org/forums/showthread.php?t=29589&highlight=supertramp - thanks to Grapost), which I edited slightly for content and spelling, and included in the Extras folder. The quality is pretty decent, although there are two 'tape rolls'. They're brief and don't really detract from the show. Keep an eye out for the Topless Fräulein in the audience

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