Eight Days a Week DVD for the media

12 Responses

  1. Cliff says:

    Wouldn't this be a bootleg? The word concert is misspelled.

  2. Liverpool0561 says:

    Hope you are wrong as I've just bought a copy

  3. Mary says:

    Bootleg release

  4. Unknown says:

    Absolutely a bootleg. I wouldn't expect very good quality.

  5. Martin says:

    Surely the colourized Intertel promos would have been on '1+', with much coverage at the time?
    That's if they are authentic, of course…

  6. Unknown says:

    Total bootleg. I don't think anyone is going to announce that anything is colourized on the back cover. Obviously we know some material was, but that just struck me that would not happen on a legitimate release.

  7. Jojo24 says:

    The colora look a little off too

  8. BWSmythe says:

    No copyright info, poor spelling, colour-photocopy-like image… All together now… BOOTLEG 😉

  9. Martin says:

    Not unlike the counterfeit Beatles in Mono box sets that plagued the marketplace in 2009/10…. Glaring spelling mistakes (Harrison printed with only one 'r'), stereo mixes with no mono versions in sight etc. I recall some chancer from Belfast selling these mono box sets on ebay. Always be wary with box sets online. I got my genuine mono box from Amazon in Canada. I dare say they'll be a flood of 'Eight Days A Week' dud DVDs and counterfeit Pink Floyd Early Years and Stones in Mono box sets all over the place come Christmas time…

  10. RAJ says:

    The typo on the cover (Demostration) gives it away for me that it's a boot…

  11. July A.D. says:

    Has anyone actually ordered this and have it delivered?

  12. Unknown says:

    Yes, just got it. It's a horribly made bootleg! Printed DVD-R and laser cover. The footage is as described but the colourisation has left artifacts everywhere. The colourisation is still quite a good job (HIWAX maybe?), in fact it looks more natural than some of the stuff in the movie, but it's not a professional job.

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