03/01/94 - Terminal 1, Flughafen München-Riem, Munich, DE


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Source Format Quality Complete Length Equipment Lowest Gen
AUD #1 ANA 7.0 Yes 85 Aiwa (supplied) mic > Aiwa HS-JX707 ANA(M)>FLAC
PRO #1a VID 9.5 No 10 Unknown Live And Loud DVD [official release]
PRO #1b VID 9.0 No 11 Unknown VHS(1)>DVDR / VHS(1)>DVDR(1)>MP2>FLAC
Notes for AUD #1: 'School' is slightly cut as this is the point of the tape flip. 'Come As You Are' has to be re-started due to a power outtage at the venue. Surfaced February 2005.
Notes for PRO #1a: Single camera PRO-shot video with open mic audio. This is the German 'VIVA' TV broadcast version of footage from this show. It features the first three songs in a different order to which they were played (Radio Friendly Unit Shifter (cuts in) > My Best Friends Girl (cuts in) > Moving In Stereo (jam) > Drain You) and includes some TV commentary and interviews with fans.
Notes for PRO #1b: Single camera PRO-shot video with open mic audio. This is a pre-broadcast version of the NIRVANA footage which was used to make the TV broadcast version above (PRO #1a). This source surfaced in January 2004. It uses exactly the same camera angles and audio feed, but the songs are in the correct order (My Best Friends Girl > Moving In Stereo (jam) > Radio Friendly Unit Shifter > Drain You) and it is slightly more complete at the start and end and no songs are cut. This source does not have interviews interrupting the music. This pre-broadcast version is essentially the (complete) first 10 minutes 54 seconds of the show. Unfortunately the sound and picture quality is markedly inferior to PRO #1a. A 1st generation video has has been transferred to CDR/DVD; see Live Nirvana's DVD Guide for more information.
SPECIAL NOTES #1: This was the band's last show and Kurt lost his voice during the show due to bronchitis.
SPECIAL NOTES #2: it used to be thought that the professional video is a multi-camera shot, with soundboard audio, but this is not the case. It was shot from a single camera and the audio is sourced from open mics.