Bon Jovi
June 30th, 2001
Olympiastadion
Munich, Germany
One Wild Night
1 DVDs
bonjovi90
Audience
Low ~ Mid Genaration VHS Tape
Low ~ Mid Genaration VHS Tape → Panasonic AG-7350 → Canopus ADVC-300 → Sony Vegas Movie Studio (Lossless Capture) → Magix Music Cleaning Lab (Several Run-Through For Audio) → Canopus ProCoder 3.0 → TMPGEnc DVD Author → DVD
Low ~ Mid
PAL
4:3
89 minutes

One Wild Night (Cuts out)
Raise Your Hands
You Give Love A Bad Name (Cuts out)
In These Arms (Cuts out)
Born To Be My Baby (Cuts out)
Always
I Got The Girl
It's My Life
Captain Crash And The Beauty Queen From Mars (Cuts out)
Just Older (Cuts out)
Wild In The Streets (Cuts out)
Blaze Of Glory (Cuts out)
Lay Your Hands On Me
Someday I'll Be Saturday Night
Bad Medicine ~ Shout


Something To Believe In (Cuts out)
Keep The Faith


Wanted Dead Or Alive (Cuts out)
Livin' On A Prayer


I'll Sleep When I'm Dead
Tequila
Twist And Shout


I'll Be There For You

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bonjovi90 transferred this off a Low ~ Mid Genaration VHS tape, it was his 2nd transfer as his older tape was of slightly worse quality. The problem was that the filmer was far back on the left side of the stadium, filming under the Olypmic roof which is known for causing sound problems due to its special construction. Additionally the sound was very distant and noisy, Wild Wind tried to fix that as much as possible, but it's still a mess in my ears. For the first half of the show many songs are cut, it gets better as the concert goes on.

There is another version of this show available of that night, from the right side close to the stage, where the filmer cut during "Something To Believe In" because of the reasons mentioned above. The other recording is of a bit better quality, but this captures the magic of the night very good nonetheless in my opinion.

This was one hell of the show and the one started the "myth" of the legendary Munich concerts. It was the band's final European show in 2001 and the energy was sky high from start to finish. In the middle of the show a thunderstorm started, and reached it's high-point during "Something To Believe In", which added great magic to the night. Especially noteable is "Livin' On A Prayer", where Jon throws his clothes away in the pouring rain at the beginning and the crowd goes insane.