Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
Minneapolis, MN, USA
June 29, 2013
Recorded by Hurricane62, 4th row of floor, just to the stage-right side of center.
Audio Technica SP-CMC-2 Cardioid Mics -> SP-SPSB-11 Battery Box with Bass Rolloff set at 95 hZ -> Sony PCM-M10 (44.1 MHz/16 bit) with Limiter ON and Low Pass Filter OFF -> WavePad (eq/amp & track splitting) -> converted to .flac using Traders Little Helper (SBE’s fixed, flac level 8)
Great show by the master showmen. Have seen TPatH several times since the late 80’s and each show is my new favorite. Traditional set-list with one surprise, “It’s Good To Be King” on this last show of their 2013 US Tour.
Very good recording. Had to add 2 dB to the mids (1000-5000 Hz) to bring the vocals and guitar up front a bit, then amped the whole thing about 2 dB overall. Some nearby audience noise, but nothing too bothersome. I’d rate it at an A- though samples are included so you can judge for yourself.
ARTWORK is included (all photos taken by Hurricane62 during the show)
TOTAL RUNNING TIME = 2:04:29 (Good break point after “Tweeter And The Monkey Man”)
01 So You Want To Be A Rock ‘n’ Roll Star (4:18)
02 Love Is A Long Road (5:05)
03 I Won’t Back Down (4:16)
04 Baby, Please Don’t Go (Big Joe Williams Cover) (7:09)
05 Here Comes My Girl (5:36)
06 Mary Jane’s Last Dance (7:43)
07 Free Fallin’ (5:23)
08 A Woman In Love (It’s Not Me) (5:50)
09 Cabin Down Below (2:59)
10 Band Introductions (3:40)
11 Tweeter And The Monkey Man (Traveling Wilburys Cover) (8:32)
12 Rebel Acoustic
13 It’s Good To Be King (12:22)
14 Learning To Fly (5:27)
15 Yer So Bad (3:22)
16 I Should Have Known It (5:12)
17 Refugee (5:13)
18 Runnin’ Down A Dream (4:56)
19 Encore Break (4:18)
20 Don’t Come Around Here No More (6:25)
21 You Wreck Me (5:48)
22 American Girl (5:35)
SHARE OR TRADE FREELY – NEVER SELL
Please do not share in lossy format. I keep seeing my stuff on assorted bootleg boards (HOB is the greatest offender) in lossy format. I don’t care if you want to convert it for your own use, but please keep the trading lossless. And have the decency to attribute the recording to the taper that went through the work of putting it together for you (that would be me).