Barry Gibb
Live at The Hollywood Bowl
Los Angeles, CA
2014 06-04

Genre: Pop
Audience Tape: A to A+
Mikes: Schoeps mk4 > Actives > NBox >
ALD: Matrixed into Mix 50-50
Recorder: Sony M-10
Transfer: Goldwave (Volume Boost, Compression > Dither to 16b) > Media Monkey (Flac Transfer L8)
Location: Right Center
Recorded by Scooter123
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Tapers Notes:

Barry Gibb hasn't performed for 10 years since the death of Maurice Gibb, but his wife
convinced him to get out an do a tribute to the Bee Gees and his brothers. The tour was
limited, only six shows, and this was the last of the six.

We had talkers next to us, especially in between songs, so each track is zero'ed out at the end.

Set List:

1. Jive Talking
2. You Should be Dancing
3. Lonely Days
4. Our Love
5. To Love Somebody
6. How Can You Mend a Broken Heart?
7. Staying Alive
8. How Deed is Your Love
9. On Time
10. I've Got to Get a Message to You
11. In the Morning
12. New York Mining Disaster 1941
13. Run to Me
14. I'm on Fire
15. Spirits
16. You Win Again
17. With the Sun in My Eyes
18. I Started a Joke
19. Spics and Specs
20. One
21. Islands in the Stream
22. Guilty
23. Woman in Love
24. Nights on Broadway
25. Night Fever
26. Grease

27. Imortality

28. Words
29. Tragedy

30. Massachutsettes (Film)

TT: 1:52


Barry Gibb, Guitar, Vocals

Lee Levin, Drums
Richard Bravo, Percussion
Julio Hernandez, Bass
Dan Warner, Guitars
Tim Cansfield, Guitar
Steven Gibb, Guitar, Vocals
Ben Sivers, Keyboards
Doug Emery, Keyboards, Musical Director
Beth Cohen, Vocals
Lisa Richards, Vocals
Charlotte McKinnon, Vocals
Sammie Gibb, Vocals

John Merchant, Sound Engineer
Randy Lane, Mixer
John Orchard, Lighting
Dave Handy, Video
Joe Lazano, Lance Rodriguez, Roy Beckle, Guitar Techs
Tennesee, Stage Manager
Robin Gillette, Tour Coordinator
Carlos Guzman, Tour Manager

The true thanks go not to me, but to the taping community behind whose footsteps
I have followed, including those who have perfected the art of stealth
recordings, the makers of the stealthy mikes, cords, adapters, and preamps, and
those who have graciously shared their recording techniques.

I am merely a mike stand with a credit card and driver's license.

As always, I don't care what you do with these files, once you download
them--they are yours now, except these files are not for sale, free
trade only. You can thank me by uploading something of a similar genre
or trading with me, so I can.