1981/07/05 Seattle, WA AUD

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
HEC Edmundson Pavillion
Seattle, Wash.
July 5, 1981
promoting their album “hard promises”

JEMS master audience tape recorded by MS
runtime: 138:16 (minutes/seconds)

2013 JEMS Transfer: TDK MX master cassettes >
Nakamichi CR-7A (azimuth-adjusted) >
Sound Devices USBPre2 (24/96 Audacity 2.0 capture) >
Peak 6.0 with iZotope Ozone >
iZotope MBIT+ convert to 16/44.1 (wav)

Nak. 700 mikes > Sony TCD-5M cassette deck >
ANA (M) cassettes > WAV [96kHz/24bit] > FLAC [Level 8] >
iZotope MBIT+ convert to 16/44.1 (wav, tracking) >
flac (sb’s aligned) > torrentially yours.
do not sell this recording.
share freely, losslessly and gaplessly.
recorded by MS.
tracked and flac’ed by glasnostrd19.
artwork by ethiessen1.
music by TP&TH.
thanks to all involved.

1st Set

  1. American Girl 4:51
  2. Listen To Her Heart 3:33
  3. A Thing About You 6:08
  4. Here Comes My Girl 6:05
  5. The Waiting 4:26
  6. I Need To Know 2:32
  7. Cry To Me 7:02
  8. Don’t Do Me Like That 3:04
  9. Don’t Bring Me Down 4:24
  10. Woman In Love 6:05
  11. King’s Road 8:14
    2nd Set
  12. Shadow Of A Doubt (A Complex Kid) 5:05
  13. Fooled Again 5:27
  14. Even The Losers 4:23 (End Applause Spliced)
  15. Nightwatchman 5:44
  16. Louisiana Rain 5:17
  17. No Second Thoughts 4:06
  18. Casa Dega 5:30
  19. Needles And Pins 2:40
  20. Jaguar And Thunderbird 2:44
  21. Strangered In The Night 4:55
  22. Breakdown (W/Hit The Road Jack Excerpt) 8:23
  23. Refugee 6:31 (End Applause Spliced)
  24. Shout 12:14
  25. Good Lovin’ 3:07
  26. Anything That’s Rock & Roll 5:41

Tom Petty: vocals, guitar
Mike Campbell: lead guitar
Benmont Tench: keyboards
Howie Epstein: bass
Stan Lynch: drums
Phil Jones: percussion

an extra long, having a good night tonight show from TPATH in Seattle,
long enough that they took a set break after the 1st 11 songs.
a Nice JEMS recording captured the whole show which is presented here seamlessly,
and so that it can be saved to disc (although the second set is almost 82 minutes,
including the encores)

MS’s notes say the show was recorded with mics in the armpits,
35 feet from the stage, center floor.


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