2013/06/16 Manchester, TN AUD source #2

Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers
What Stage
Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival
Manchester, Tenn.

Avantone CK-1 (cardoid) > Edirol UA-5 > Edirol R-09 (24/48)
FOB/DFC; mics ~9 feet high; in front of the soundboard rail
SDHC > HDD > Wavelab 6.0 > CD WAVE > Traders’ Little Helper

Taped, Transferred and Seeded by: MSTaper (w/ willsfc)
*** A Team Dirty South Recording ***

Set List:

01 crowd/tuning
02 So You Want To Be A Rock ‘n’ Roll Star *
03 Love Is A Long Road
04 I Won’t Back Down
05 Baby, Please Don’t Go
06 Here Comes My Girl
07 Mary Jane’s Last Dance
08 Good Enough
09 Free Fallin’
10 A Woman in Love (It’s Not Me)
11 Listen To Her Heart
12 band intros
13 Tweeter and the Monkey Man #
14 Rebels
15 Friend of the Devil %
16 Learning to Fly
— Yer So Bad (not included in recording)
17 It’s Good To Be King (fades in)
18 I Should Have Known It
19 Refugee
20 Runnin’ Down A Dream
21 encore break
22 Don’t Come Around Here No More
23 You Wreck Me
24 American Girl

Running Time: 2:06:45

  • The Byrds
    ^ Big Joe Campbell

#Traveling Wilburys

% Grateful Dead

Got into our corner in front of the soundboard during the end of The National’s set after seeing a great set by Tame Impala. Petty’s FOH came by and checked out the rig across from us and went about his business. Nobody ever shut us down.
Set up the rig and attached an umbrella just in case. It was a wise move since the skies opened up right after Petty’s set began. The mics stayed dry and we had garbage bags for the backpack/rig bag.
Now for the bad news. Everything went great until I noticed the phantom power light on the UA-5 fading. I thought the battery had enough power for the whole show, but it died. Did a quick battery swap, but discovered later that I lost all of “Yer So Bad” and about 2/3 of “It’s Good To Be King,” which is a complete bummer. The rest of the show is intact.
There was another taper at this show so there should be a source with a complete set uploaded at some point.



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