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John Fogerty - 2009-07-26 - Lucca, IT (FM/FLAC)



John Fogerty - 2009-07-26 - Lucca, IT
(FM broadcast FLAC)

John Fogerty 
Lucca Summer Festival 
Piazza Napoleone, Lucca (Tuscany, Italy)
July 26, 2009

Lineage (FM > HD > web): 
ITT HiFi4060 Tuner > Audacity 1.3.5 Beta via C-Media CMI8738/C3DX soundcard > 44100hz/16bit flac's (level 8)
 
01 intro
02 Up Around The Bend
03 Green River
04 Sweet Hitchhiker
05 Who'll Stop The Rain
06 Born On The Bayou
07 Lookin Out My Backdoor
08 Ramble Tamble
09 Midnight Special
10 It Ain't Right
11 Don't You Wish It Was True
12 picks' distribution
13 Joy Of My Life
14 Working On A Building
15 Have You Ever Seen The Rain
16 Keep On Chooglin
17 The Night Time Is The Right Time
18 Jambalaya
19 radio outro

Live FM radio broadcast by "I Concerti di Radio1", Radio Uno RAI [first channel of italian national radio], from an open air show. Piazza Napoleone is one of Lucca main city squares. 

NOTES:
1- RadioUno broadcast only the first 90 mins or so of the concert. 

2- as in italian radio customs, the DJ speaks a lot in-between songs. His purpose is to translate in italian what the musicians say, the introductions to every song and bits of the history of the band. Said so, there were long breaks for changing istruments, filled by radio banters. It may get VERY annoying, and trust me it does, thus we might consider this recording only for completists. But the songs, the actual music, are usually not spoken over. 

A great rock'n'roll show for guitarholics from Creedence Clearwater Revival main man, with a great band featuring Billy Burnette (guitar), Kenny Aaronoff (drums), Dan Ohalter (violin and mandolin), Mark Nolen (keyboards), Hunter Perry (guitar), Dave Santos (bass), and I am sure I fucked up most of these names!
During track 12, Fogerty is giving out picks (plectrums) to the crowd, and the radio dj is explaining this occurrence to the listeners.

2 commenti:

  1. DO NOT DOWNLOAD THIS! The Italian radio announcer bloody ruins this concert by incessantly talking over vast portions of the concert. I'm sure everyone knows the words to these wonderful songs even if they don't speak English. I wish he'd shut up so we could hear the otherwise great music. Peter. (Sydney).

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