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 on: Yesterday at 08:00:41 PM 
Started by bofinken57 - Last post by voodoo71
Thanks for sharing!!

 2 
 on: Yesterday at 01:16:42 PM 
Started by bofinken57 - Last post by voodoo71
Thanks for sharing Smiley

 3 
 on: Yesterday at 01:14:10 PM 
Started by steve23yh - Last post by voodoo71
Thank you. Finally I can find much of the shows I've lost in a robbery of stuff in my house Smiley

 4 
 on: Yesterday at 02:10:03 AM 
Started by schleprock - Last post by schleprock
Yor welcome!  Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin lol lol

 5 
 on: Yesterday at 01:29:44 AM 
Started by aladroque - Last post by scruffymurph
Geez, 12 years ago.

Zaragozan thanks!

 6 
 on: October 30, 2014, 09:20:52 PM 
Started by aladroque - Last post by aladroque
 ;)Dire Straits - "THE FINAL SHOW 1992" - 1992-10-09, Zaragoza, Spain. The last Dire Straits concert!! (Requested)
 


Estadio de la Romareda, Zaragoza, Spain 9th October 1992
    
Source    Audience
Format    2CD-R
   

CD 1
   
1. Calling Elvis   
2. Walk of life
3. Heavy fuel
4. Romeo and Juliet
5. The bug
6. Private investigations
7. Sultans of swing
8. Improvisation & Ole Ole
9. Your latest trick
   
CD 2    

1. On every street
2. Two young lovers
3. Telegraph road
4. intro Money for nothing
5. money for Nothing
6. Brothers in arms
7. Solid rock
8. Mark Knopfler saying goodbye & thanking the crew
9. Wild theme
   

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Thanks to the original uploader/taper(s)....THANKS ENLIGHT
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comment O.E.B:    

The last concert of the On every street world tour 1991-1992.

The last Dire Straits concert ever?

At least it is the last official concert they did up to this date. That is, if you forget the four charity concerts in July 2002 which sort of had a Dire Straits set (with John Illsley and Chris White).

Rare improvisation followed by a nice performance of OLE OLE.

The sound quality of the songs until Brothers in arms is pretty nice, the rest of the songs are of less good quality (taken from video).

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J.V.Tol Comment quote

".... have mixed feelings seeing this one. For me it's a period I will never forget and I wish I could experience it all again. But let's face reality; Dire Straits is history... What a great tour this last tour was. It was a marvellous time with lot's of articles in newspapers and magazines, TV & radio broadcasts, concerts sold out within no time, a powerful nine piece band, concerts ranging from small venues to big stadiums, an amazing light show, a road crew up to 300 people, two stages and numerous trucks of equipment. Starting at the small venue "The Point Depot" in Dublin (23rd August 1991) and ending the tour 14 months later in the big stadium of Zaragoza, the final .............. Including the small speech from Mark Knopfler in which he thanks the band, the crew and says goodbye to the audience. It's an historic moment, the end of an era. ..."
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Comment G .Sawa-Boryslawski :

This is the last concert of last Dire Straits tour!
Sound of this bootlegis not very high... Nice performances of The Bug and Sultans of Swing.

Also, Ole Ole Ole sung by the audience and arrangement performed by the band. 

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Enlight note:

Requested show...
Great to have concert............The last one.
Good performance, nice crowd.
Some special moments
The last four tracks have less (Cd-error?) quality...I got this in a trade, there is nothing i can do about it, so don't linger about it in the comment!(THX)


Covers,Flaclog and MD5 included


Take care and enjoy spring boys and girls



Enlight(2011)

 7 
 on: October 30, 2014, 03:40:37 PM 
Started by Slick2007 - Last post by tonebloke
Cheers GK.  Wink

 8 
 on: October 30, 2014, 03:17:36 PM 
Started by schleprock - Last post by schleprock
Eric Clapton & Buddy Guy
Ronnie Scott's Club, October 6, 1987

- no label - BG 321/368 - Aud 5


Disc 1:

1) Sweet Home Chicago
2) Play the Blues
3) Key to the Highway
4) Walking the Dog
5) Stormy Monday 1
6) Real Mother For Ya
7) Stormy Monday 2
Cool Jam
9) Worried Life Blues 1
10) Worried Life Blues 2


Disc 2:

1) Hurt So Bad
2) Wanna Make Love to You

Bonus Tracks, Dingwalls on December 3, 1985

3) Someday Baby
4) Early In the Morning
5) Rock Me Baby


Note: A stunning performance, highly recommended. Several sources refer to this disc as a soundboard but it's actually a good quality
audience recording. Recorded in a small club, it does not have the "boominess" associated with many audience recordings. Buddy Guy's
guitar is clearly audible, and at the same volume level in the mix as EC's - this is not the case with the soundboard material recorded
and broadcast from the show, in which Guy's guitar is very low in the mix and almost inaudible. A careful listen during quiet passages
reveals that all instruments have some room reverb, as opposed to the "close" sound associated with being close-miked. In particular,
listen carefully on headphones during the (stunning) performance of "Wanna Make Love to You" and the room echo on all instruments is
easy to identify during quietpassages. A stunning performance, highly recommended.

 9 
 on: October 30, 2014, 11:55:25 AM 
Started by steve23yh - Last post by Eevard
Thanks!

 10 
 on: October 30, 2014, 09:23:07 AM 
Started by steve23yh - Last post by M_B_F
Thanks Steve!

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