1987-10-29 Palasport, Turin, Italy/Source 2
A good sounding audience recording. There is some moderate hiss, some slight wow & flutter, occasional small dropouts, and thankfully very little distortion. The recording gets clearer a couple minutes in to Behind The Wheel; the taper was probably concealing his taping gear until then. The B-side of the tape (Shake The Disease forward) is clearer with better high-frequency response. The crowd around the taper is loud and enthusiastic, but it's usually quiet enough during songs to not be a bother.
Note that an extended version of People Are People was performed, adding an extended middle break. This version was performed for the first seven concerts of the tour up until the next night's concert on 1987-10-30 Milan, after which the "regular" shorter version is played for the entire tour, with one exception. This extended version is played only once more on the second of three nights in Paris on 1987-11-17.
I purchased this master cassette on eBay along with two other Fabio B. DM masters (1984-03-06 Milan and 1984-11-28 Milan). I believe this recording was previously uncirculated. Thanks to Vince for his assistance.
You can listen to this entire recording below.
- [1:51] Play Pimpf
- [5:34] Play Behind The Wheel
- [4:49] Play Strangelove
- [5:13] Play Sacred
- [3:52] Play Something To Do
- [5:06] Play Blasphemous Rumours
- [6:17] Play Stripped
- [3:58] Play Pipeline (*)Sung by Martin
- [4:13] Play The Things You Said (*)Sung by Martin
- [4:20] Play Black Celebration
- [5:02] Play Shake The Disease
- [4:35] Play Nothing
- [4:32] Play Pleasure, Little Treasure
- [5:20] Play People Are People
- [4:12] Play A Question Of Time
- [7:31] Play Never Let Me Down Again
- [4:04] Play A Question Of Lust (*)Sung by Martin
- [4:54] Play Master And Servant
- [4:56] Play Everything Counts
- Total time: 1:30:19
- Incomplete audience recording
- unknown recording equipment -> Maxell UR90 master cassette -> Nakamichi Cassette Deck 1 (azimuth and speed adjusted) -> Audacity 2.3.2 (audio capture at 32-bit / 88.2kHz, normalization to -0.1dB and any DC offset removed) -> WAV (32/88.2) -> downsampled to FLAC level 8 (16/44) using foobar2000 v1.4.6, FLAC 1.3.2 64-bit, and foobar2000's Resampler (SoX) component v0.8.3 (best quality), dithering enabled
- Taper: Fabio B.
- Generation: Master
- Cassette photos and auCDtectTaskManager log included
- Download ZIP - FLAC 16-bit 44.1KHz - 553.73MB