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07/01/2010 Entry: "Concerts I've listened to, June 2010"

  • 1984-11-24 Eric Clapton Melbourne Australia Sports and Entertainment Centre - Quiet, hissy soundboard, and not complete. I'm listening to it because....

  • 1978-11-03 DEVO Minneapolis MN Walker Art Center - OMG I would love to have been there. Professional soundboard. One track is on Recombo DNA. Must patch that in when I burn it.

  • 1975-03-27 Led Zeppelin Inglewood CA The Forum - From an unmarked Millard tape. 3 hours and 40 minutes long! Beautiful recording. Crazy long solos!

  • 1989-12-19 The Rolling Stone Atlantic City NJ Convention Center - One of my favorite concerts! EC, Axel and Izzy from GnR, John Lee Hooker. Soundboard. Just awesome.

  • 1989-09-03 Stevie Ray Vaughn Dallas TX Cotton Bowl - Short free afternoon show. Extremely clear sound. Never heard a drum solo in a SRV show. That's about the most interesting part of the show.

  • 1969-08-08 Pink Floyd Plumpton UK Plumpton Racetrack - A frankenshow of available sources./li>
  • 1986-05-20 Prince Bloomington MN Carlton Celebrity Room - soundboard of Minnesota Music Awards performance - too funky for the event! too. funky.

  • 2010-06-16 She Wants Revenge Englewood CO Gothic Theatre - Quiet recording and some mic ruffling. Pretty loud audience. Pretty good performance too.

  • 2010-05-29 Pet Shop Boys Barcelona Spain Primavera Sound 2010 - Clean audience recording. I prefer soundboard stuff for the PSB, but this is pretty listenable.

  • 2010-05-06 Bruce Springsteen Madison NJ Dreyfuss Theatre Fairleigh Dickinson University - Bruce and Robert Pinksy performance. Massively sub-par audience recording, but a unique performance nevertheless.

  • 1971-11-20 Pink Floyd Cincinnati OH Taft Auditorium - 2 source matrix. One of the best performances of all time, with a 28 minute Embryo. People claim to hear riffs from Dark Side in it, but I've never picked it out. Probably too busy working while listening.

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