Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Jackson Browne 1982-07-25 Parco delle Basiliche Milan, Italy

LDB Special Series #443 (RLR collection)

Out of my 17,000+ shows and radio broadcasts, I have many concerts that were special for some reasons: the setlist, the
musicians, the venue or unexpected events. These are the ones I'd like to propose you. Most of these come from my
cassettes collection, so they will be released at a slower pace than my Master Series! But you won't be disappointed!
I will try to gather the most unusual things I have in my collection and, as always, your feedback and comments will be my
reward for all the work involved in this project.

DO NOT share this music on mp3, just convert it for your own use. Sharing mp3's is the right way to make me stop sharing
music here.

Milano, Parco delle Basiliche
July 25, 1982

01. Somebody's Baby (fades in)
02. That Girl Could Sing
03. Fountain Of Sorrow
04. Technical Problem / David Zard Announcement
05. For Everyman
06. Tender Is The Night
07. Knock On Any Door
08. The Crow On The Cradle
09. For A Dancer
10. Before The Deluge
11. Boulevard
12. Doctor My Eyes
13. Running On Empty
14. The Pretender
15. Hold On Hold Out
16. The Load-Out / Stay
17. The Road And The Sky

PS: There was a 15 minute interval after the first three songs due to a technical fault.

TT 104:34

Lineage: Unknown recording device > low generation tape > Aiwa Tape Deck TC-WE475 > Audiophile 2496 Soundblaster > HD >
SoundForge 7.0 > CD Wave > FLAC Frontend (level 6)

Jackson Browne (guitars, piano, vocal)
Rick Vito (guitar)
Danny Kortchmar (guitar)
Craig Doerge (keyboards)
Bob Glaub (bass)
Russ Kunkel (drums)

There was a time in the 80´s where Jackson Browne was a huge act and in Italy he was a very very respected singer. He was
one of those artists who came to play Italy even during the difficult years in the early eighties, when any sort of
incident could happen. And this show was no exception. At one point after the third track, you could hear that there was
a problem. So the promoter came upstage and expalined that somebody was filming the show illegally (typical italian
bootlegger attitude .-) and when he was caught he cut one of the cables that were connecting onstage PA to the soundboard,
which resulted in no sound at all. So they had to replace the long cable that was located on the ground, in the middle
of the audience. Luckily everything was fixed and the show could start again.

Soundwise this is very nice, typical good quality from RLR collection. Enjoy!



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