At my local (Canadian) HMV today I saw an unofficial DVD from Queen called "Evening at the Concert Hall". It says it's from the UK in 1977, but from the set list it looks like it could be Earls Court (1976) and it seems to be the entire show.
It is released by a company called "Distribution Select", a Canadian company is responsible for flooding the market with DVDs of big artists but none of them are official releases. I don't know how they can sell them in stores without copyright problems. Perhaps they originate in a country with lax copyright laws?
Has anybody seen this DVD release? What is the quality like? My main concerns are first, sound quality and second, video quality.
I got an Eric Clapton DVD from this distributor and the video was awful but the sound wasn't bad. I also got Beatles at Budokan and the video was OK and so was the sound. So I'm not expecting to be amazed but I'd like a comment or two before I shell out my hard earned $$$.