Neil Young – Lucca, Italy (07/25/13)

Neil Young & Crazy Horse
Piazza Napoleone
Lucca Italy
25 July 2013

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recorded about 10 meters from the stage, in front of Poncho
Edirol 09 internal mics -> Goldwave -> adjust levels -> Audacity Sonic Maximizer -> Track split -> TLH -> flac -> DIME

Taper GP

NOTE: the crowd was was a little bit noisy but very (it was a hot evening indeed), which helped the show because of the good feeling between NYCH and the public (the best show I attended from this tour so far) but didn’t help the recording so much. By the way a good recording.
A friend of mine taped the show from the window of his hotel. Maybe that recording will be better, if it will ever surface …

01.Love And Only Love
03.Psychedelic Pill
04.Walk Like A Giant
05.Hole In The Sky
06.Red Sun
07.Heart Of Gold
08.Human Highway
09.Blowin’ In The Wind
10.Singer Without A Song
11.Ramada Inn
12.Cinnamon Girl
13.F*!#in’ Up
14.Surfer Joe And Moe The Sleaze
15.Mr. Soul

16.encore break

17.Roll Another Number
18.Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere

Mark Knopfler – Lucca, Italy (07/19/13)

Nark Knopfler
Piazza Napoleone, Lucca
Lucca Summer Festival
19 July 2013

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FM broadcast
Complete show

01. What it is
02. Corned beef city
03. Privateering
04. Father & son
05. Hill farmers blues
06. Used to could
07. Romeo & Juliet
08. Song for Sonny Liston
09. Postcards from Paraguay
10. Marbletown
11. Speedway at Nazareth
12. Telegraph road
13. So far away
14. Going home

Lineage: Analog FM Tuner>Sony PCM-M10>WAV 16-44>Soundforge>CD Wave>TLH>FLAC
Taper: Andrea82

Note from the original uploader: Short but very well played show by MK and the band.

In italian radio customes the DJ speaks a lot in-between songs. His/Her purpose is to introduce songs with bits of bio and translate what the artists say, or to describe to radio listeners what’s happening on stage. But the songs, the actual music, are not spoken over in the middle of them. It has to be noted that italian djs are on the whole adviced to talk that much by the same record companies to prevent bootlegging.