Neil Young – Hong Kong, China (11/06/03)

Neil Young
Hong Kong Harbour Festival
Sunpalace Hall
Tamar Site, Admiralty
Hong Kong, China
November 6, 2003

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Source: Audience recording > AT853 > ? > DAT > WAV > Cool Edit (levels +2dB) > shntool (fix boundaries) > FLAC.

CD 1:

  1. Love To Burn
  2. When You Dance, I Can Really Love
  3. The Loner
  4. Fuckin’ Up
  5. Hey Hey, My My
  6. Love And Only Love

CD 2:

  1. The Needle And The Damage Done
  2. Heart Of Gold
  3. Harvest Moon
  4. Sugar Mountain
  5. Like A Hurricane
  6. Sedan Delivery
  7. Powderfinger
  8. Be The Rain
  9. Rockin’ In The Free World

Total time = 126:05

nyfanatic posted this version in March ’05. He noted, “A big thank you to Roel over at rustradio for originally seeding this one. This is a great sounding (in my opinion) non-Greendale show – a fantastic selection of songs. This is straight from the DAT master, CoolEdit was used only to raise the overall volume with 2dB.” Nothing has been changed.

The Clash – Hong Kong, China (02/25/82)

AC Hall
Hong Kong, China

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Disk 1
01 London Calling
02 Washington Bullets
03 Tommy Gun
04 Guns of Brixton
05 Train in Vain
06 Know Your Rights
07 The Magnificent Seven
08 Ivan Meets G
09 White Man in a Hammersmith Palais
10 Wrong em Boyo
11 Koka Kola
12 Broadway
13 I Fought The Law
14 Career Opportunities

Disk 2
01 Janie Jones
02 The Call Up
03 Brand New Cadillac
04 Somebody Got Murdered
05 Clampdown
06 Charlie Don’t Surf
07 Police And Thieves
08 Stay Free
09 Armagideon Time
10 Safe European Home

From the original uploader:

Thanks for the first seeder,posted in Feb 2005.

It’s an FM broadcast of the Clash playing in Hong Kong and one of the last
gigs Topper Headon did before being sacked. It is FM but it is not the best quality, it
still ranks as a must have show. It is most likely not a full set as they were playing
longer gigs on this tour.There are also some interesting(!) cuts in the tape, it would
appear that either the taper has cut out the radio anouncements or they were cutting
the gaps between songs to save tape. I was well pleased when this turned up as a friend
of mine was doing security at the gig and always told me how good it was.
If you have a better source,please post it.

FM > Tape (unknown) > CDR > itunes > WAV > FLAC