Dave Davies
City Winery
Chicago, IL

Recorded by Roy Martin from the audience (just under the suspended amps)
using a set of Sound Professionals SP-CMC-8 (Audio Technica cardioid mic
elements) on table, pointing at the amps --> SP-SPSB-11 power supply
(bass roll-off turned off) --> Zoom H2n (24-bit/96kHz).


Cool Edit Pro used to downsample to 16-bit, fades & joining the large WAVs.

No EQ was done, so salt & pepper to taste.

CD Wave Editor used to split the WAV into separate tracks.

Trader's Little Helper used to fix SBEs ('-fixed' removed from
the filenames) then encode to FLAC (Level 8).

I also caught him the next night, at SPACE in Evanston, IL. Sadly, didn't
get a recording due to equipment malfunction or user error. And, it would've
been a sweet one, too, with mics right in front of the monitors, soaking up
the house mix.

Total - 88:08

[01] intro
[02] I'm Not Like Everybody Else
[03] I Need You
[04] She's Got Everything (false start) > band intros
[05] She's Got Everything
[06] Dave calls for the taper to get a round of applause!
[07] Little Green Amp
[08] Creepin' Jean
[09] Tired Of Waiting For You
[10] See My Friends
[11] Strangers (false start)
[12] Strangers
[13] Flowers in the Rain
[14] Young And Innocent Days
[15] Death To A Clown
[16] The Healing Boy
[17] Dead End Street
[18] Living On A Thin Line
[19] Where Have all the Good Times Gone
[20] All Day & All Of The Night
[21] You Really Got Me

Support the artist!


Buy his official products and go see him in concert. While you still can.
No one's getting any younger.

Buy his new CD... it's pretty good:


He mentions his new CD release before performing "Little Green Amp." When I held up
my 12" vinyl LP version of it, he called for me to receive a round of applause!
At the end of the show, he nicely autographed it for me.

Here's a news story about his Chicago visit:


Dave went shopping, too!


Local press:


The performers:

Dave Davies - Fender electric & Hofner acoustic guitars, vocals
Jonathan Lea - electric guitar
Tom Currier - electric bass, keyboards
Teddy Freese - drums

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