Monday, June 26, 2017

Paul McCartney 2015-10-13 Nationwide Arena Columbus, Ohio

Paul McCartney
October 13, 2015
Nationwide Arena
Columbus, Ohio

Source: Sound Professionals CMC-08s->SP-SB10 (no bass roll-off)->Roland R05->
CoolEditPro->CD Wave->TLH
Taper: ironchef

Total time:  174:40

01.  Eight Days A Week
02.  Save Us
03.  Got to Get You Into My Life
04.  One After 909
05.  Temporary Secretary
06.  Let Me Roll It
07.  Paperback Writer
08.  My Valentine
09.  Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five
10.  The Long and Winding Road
11.  Maybe I'm Amazed
12.  I've Just Seen a Face
13.  FourFiveSeconds
14.  We Can Work It Out
15.  Another Day
16.  Hope for the Future
17.  And I Love Her
18.  Blackbird
19.  Here Today
20.  New
21.  Queenie Eye
22.  Lady Madonna
23.  All Together Now
24.  Lovely Rita
25.  Elanor Rigby
26.  Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!
27.  Something
28.  Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
29.  Band on the Run
30.  Back in the U.S.S.R.
31.  Let It Be
32.  Live and Let Die
33.  Hey Jude
34.  encore break
35.  Another Girl
36.  Hi, Hi, Hi
37.  fans onstage
38.  Can't Buy Me Love
39.  encore break 2
40.  Yesterday
41.  Helter Skelter
42.  Golden Slumbers->Carry That Weight->The End

Notes:  Recorded from section 116 row 1.  I was by the front corner of the stage to Paul's right.
The PA stack was above me, but there were two small speaker cabinets in front of the stage about
15 feet awaythat were pointed towards me, so I got a nice clean sound.  I didn't have anyone on either
side of me, and since there were a bunch of security guards within a few feet of me I couldn't really
check my levels very often.  There's little to no crowd noise except for a dipshit a couple of rows
back that hoots and hollers between songs, but the cardioids do a nice job of minimizing the effect.
Also, you may notice during the first part of "Golden Slumbers" there's a bit of chatter between one
of Paul's camera guys and someone in the audience that he knows.  And the little bit of a yell you hear
at the beginning of "Can't Buy Me Love" is the fan who was just onstage with his wife as he walked
by on his way back to their seats.  Of the four times I've seen Paul this was by far the closest I've
been to the stage and, of course, absolutely loved it.  It went by too fast.  I'm still amazed that he
still puts on such a great show and performs at this high of a level and for nearly three hours.
And, yes, it's worth the price of admission.  Go see Paul.  Enjoy!


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