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MD5 Record Set:    Disc 1    -    Disc 2 -    Disc 3 -    Disc 4 -    Disc 5 -    Disc 6
  • Band / Artist
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  • Jeff Beck And Johnny Depp
  • 2022-10-19
  • Untitled
  • Brown County Music Center
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  • Country
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  • Nashville
  • IN
  • USA
  • FLAC
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  • Rec 1
  • Very Good
  • Guzatti
  • 2022-11-06 17:19:34
					
  • Jeff Beck and Johnny Depp October 19, 2022 Brown County Music Center Nashville, Indiana Source: Sound Professionals CMC-08s (AT943s)->SP-SB10->Roland R05-> Wav (16bit-44kHz-1411kbps) > GoldWave v6.65 > iZotope RX 5 > Wav (16bit-44kHz-1411kbps)->CDWave->Trader's Little Helper Taper: ironchef Edited by: Vitor (UnderGore) Total time: 84:19 01. Freeway Jam 5:10 02. Loose Cannon 03. Midnight Walker 04. Big Block 05. Caroline, No 06. You Know You Know 07. Me and the Devil Blues 08. Star Cycle 09. Brush With the Blues 10. You Never Know 11. Cause We've Ended as Lovers 12. Rumble 13. This Is a Song for Miss Hedy Lamarr 14. Isolation 15. Time 16. Venus in Furs 17. A Day in the Life 18. encore break 19. Corpus Christi Carol 20. Little Wing 21. The Death and Resurrection Show Notes: Many thanks to Vitor for doing some EQ on this to help clean it up. Recorded from section MFLHR row D which is the first row behind the pit section, and I was way off to the far right side. The sound overall was fine except for when the drummer hit the floor toms there was a ton of bass. They really had it cranked for that. There are a few openings along the front of the stage, and I'm guessing that they have some sub cabinets placed in there. It was too dark to really tell. I wasn't far from one of those, so I think that added to the bass effect. The signal meter never clipped, so it didn't get that bad. I got my ticket within the first couple of weeks after they went on sale before it was announced that Johnny Depp would be part of the show. Once that happened, then it instantly became a sellout. I was bracing for the worst with his fans, but since I was so close it definitely helped in that regard. I also got lucky in that the two tickets to my right were so overpriced on the secondary market that they didn't sell and remained empty for th most part. One of the Depp ladies plopped into the seat next to me for a minute when he came onstage and stayed in the area for a bit, so you may hear a sound or two from her, but that's about it. The volume was quite a bit louder than I expected, so yet another assist I'll gladly take. As for Johnny Depp, I was pleasantly surprised. He's not on Mr. Beck's level of musicianship of course, but I think he does alright. "Isolation" was the highlight of his portion of the show for me. He was onstage beginning with "Rumble" through the end of the set. He was offstage for the first two songs of the encore and came back for the final song. I would've loved to have heard another song or two from the Blow By Blow album, but this was still a pretty good setlist. Enjoy!