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09/01/2010 Entry: "Concerts I've listened to, August 2010"

  • 1992-05-25 Eric Clapton Miami FL Miami Arena - Nearly 18 years ago I got into a car accident on my way to this show. I honestly never thought of looking for it. Finally, all these years later, I get to hear the show! A little quiet and distant.

  • 1982-12-08 Wellington NZ Victoria University - Soundboard. How come I've never listened to this before??? Pretty good recording. Oh wait, this is the show I can never remember and I've burned at least two copies of.

  • 1994-07-03 Pink Floyd Madison WI Camp Randall Stadium - I guess that was the last time I saw Pink Floyd. Sigh. Previously uncirculated recording. It's a little distant and bassy.

  • 2010-08-06 U2 Torino Italy Stadio Olimpico - Always good to get a show within 24 hours! Nice clear sound. New songs!

  • 1985-05-18 New Order Sydney Australia Coogie Bay Hotel - A nice first gen. I thought it was a soundboard!

  • 2010-07-10 David Gilmour/Roger Waters Oxford UK Kiddington Hall - Not much I need to say about this really.

  • 1986-05-23 Prince San Francisco CA Warfield Theater - Ah a '86 Hit and Run tour show + rarities from that era. Pretty clear, but crowdy. I think that I forgot how much I love this show. Probably one of the better non-aftershows or club gigs.

  • 1989-07-xx Pet Shop Boys London UK Wembley Arena - from the Highlights video. Arrangements are just not as polished as later tours. Too much Courtney Pine as well.

  • 2010-07-26 Prince Cannes France Palais Club - Super clean clear recording, but I just don't like listening to modern Prince stuff. Sigh.

  • 2010-06-27 Orbital Glastonbury UK Other Stage - Ooo... soundcheck included! Nice recording, but still not perfect. Some interference or something. Argh. Amazing version of Halcyon though.
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