domenica 12 febbraio 2017

The Rolling Stones - 2014-11-12 - Sydney, AU (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Allphones Arena

Quality / Lineage:
Minidisc Sony MZ-R35 + Digital Microphone Sony ECM-DS70P, ancient lossy format
Recorded by ztonez
Soundforge - TLH - Flac 8
Ten seats from stage runway on the right.
Disc change between Miss You and Gimme Shelter with a few seconds faded out and in from the music.
I had to minimise one or three involuntary screams when Paint It Black started, when Lisa did her solo bit in Gimme Shelter and after the first riff in Start Me Up.
Otherwise just volume, dynamics, crackle removal and a bit of EQ.
This is a good recording for the equipment but I hope that someone did a perfect 24bit FLAC recording of this show on a hard disc recorder. Please please please.

The Rolling Stones
Mick Jagger: lead vocals, guitars, harmonica
Keith Richards: guitars, vocals
Charlie Watts: drums
Ronnie Wood: guitars

Additional musicians
Darryl Jones: bass guitar, backing vocals
Lisa Fischer: backing vocals, percussion
Karl Denson: saxophone
Tim Ries: saxophone, keyboards
Chuck Leavell: keyboards, percussion, backing vocals
Bernard Fowler: backing vocals, percussion
Matt Clifford: French horn, keyboards
Choir: The Sydney Philharmonia Choir

T01 intro
T02 Jumping Jack Flash
T03 It's Only Rock'n'Roll
T04 Respectable
T05 Tumbling Dice
T06 Sweet Virginia (by request)
T07 Bitch
T08 Paint It Black
T09 Honky Tonk Women
T10 band introductions
T11 You Got The Silver (Keith)
T12 Before They Make Me Run (Keith)
T13 Happy (Keith)
T14 Midnight Rambler (with Mick Taylor)
T15 Miss You
T16 Gimme Shelter
T17 Start Me Up
T18 Sympathy For The Devil
T19 Brown Sugar
T20 crowd
T21 You Can't Always Get What You Want (with choir)
T22 Satisfaction (with Mick Taylor)
T23 outro

Great show, my 23rd Stones concert.
They rocked like mere sixty years olds... even though three of them are way past seventy now.
Seriously, the Stones were the greatest rock'n'roll band in the world on that night.
Keith had three songs to give Mick's throat extra time for recovery.
An almost perfect set list. Amazing atmosphere in the arena.
If only Mick Taylor were allowed to play one extra song like Can't You Hear Me Knocking...

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