2010/08/11 Atlanta, GA AUD

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
Philips Arena
Atlanta, GA

Source: Olympus LS-10 @ 48khz/24bit
Location: *DFC Rear SBD & **FOB ROC 10th Row Floor
Transfer: SD Card > Macbook Pro > Logic 9 (Mastered w/ Apogee Duet & Bose Monitor’s)

  1. Listen To Her Heart*
  2. You Don’t Know How It Feels*
  3. I Won’t Back Down**
  4. Free Fallin’**
  5. Oh Well**
  6. Mary Jane’s Last Dance**
  7. Drivin’ Down To Georgia%**
  8. /Breakdown*
  9. Introductions*
  10. Jefferson Jericho Blues*
  11. Good Enough*
  12. Running Man’s Bible*
  13. I Should Have Known It*
  14. Learning To Fly**
  15. Don’t Come Around Here No More**
  16. Refugee**
  17. Crowd
  18. Runnin’ Down A Dream**
  19. Carol**
  20. American Girl**


*= Location dead center behind soundboard
**= Location front of board right of center 10th row
Trk02 A little static, location change
Trk06 3 sec. cut before song, song not affected
Trk07 3 sec. cut before song, static at beginning, cuts @ 1:08
Trk08 cuts in near beginning of song, location change
Trk12 3 sec. cut before song, song not affected
Trk13 3 sec cut before song, song not affected, brief static at begining
Trk14 Two tracks patched, first cuts @ 1m:25s, 3 sec gap %update – first track did not patch correctly.
Trk20 apprx 8 sec. cut before song, restarted recorder, song not affected

Overall a very good audience recording with the Olympus LS-10 handheld digital recorder. Most errors due to frequent saving of files b/c the batteries were low, and microphone movement/location change.
Converting of files other than personal use could degrade someone’s copy who gets this after you.
Jefferson Jericho Blues, Good Enough, Running Man’s Bible, and I Should Have Known It are off the new album “Mojo”.
Crosby, Stills, & Nash opened.


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