Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Paul McCartney 2013-07-14 Bankers Life Fieldhouse Indianapolis, Indiana

Paul McCartney
July 14, 2013
Bankers Life Fieldhouse
Indianapolis, Indiana

Source: Sound Professionals CMC-08s->SP-SB11(no bass roll-off)->Edirol R09HR->
CoolEditPro->CD Wave->TLH
Taper: ironchef

Total time:  2:42:35

01.  Intro
02.  Eight Days A Week
03.  Junior's Farm
04.  All My Loving
05.  Listen To What The Man Said
06.  Let Me Roll It -> Foxey Lady jam
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.  We Can Work It Out
14.  Another Day
15.  And I Love Her
16.  Blackbird
17.  Here Today
18.  Your Mother Should Know
19.  Lady Madonna
20.  All Together Now
21.  Lovely Rita
22.  Mrs. Vandebilt
23.  Eleanor Rigby
24.  Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!
25.  Something
26.  Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
27.  Band on the Run
28.  Back in the U.S.S.R.
29.  Let It Be
30.  Live and Let Die
31.  Hey Jude
32.  encore break #1
33.  Day Tripper
34.  Hi, Hi, Hi,
35.  I Saw Her Standing There
36.  encore break #2
37.  Yesterday
38.  Helter Skelter
39.  Golden Slumbers->Carry That Weight->The End

Notes:  Recorded from section 19, row 33.  This was on the back corner of the stage
to Paul's right and up near the top of the middle level.  There was a smaller PA stack
pointed right at this section, and the fact that it was quite loud helped considerably
with the recording.  As with every show on this tour it was an amazing performance, and
it's great to see them adding some tunes that had never been played live before.  I just
can't say enough about how good of a show they're doing, and I certainly hope Paul keeps
this going for quite some time.

I don't know if anyone else has run into this problem with an Edirol or any of the other
digital recorders, but when I tried to start the recording I got a "file system error".
I turned it off, popped out the batteries and still had it.  I then noticed at the top of the
screen it said "no card".  So, I pulled out the SD card and re-seated it.  Still no luck. 
Finally, I stepped through the menu and found an option to format the card.  That
worked, and I was back up and running.  At least there was plenty of time before the
show started, but that was too close for comfort.  Enjoy!


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