Paul McCartney
APark, Melbourne, Australia
Wednesday 6 December 2017
Recorded by eckythump from front floor left side section (Section B4)
Source: Nokia Lumia 930 (called Lumia Icon in North America) w/built-in HAAC mics > Audio Recorder Pro app > 16bit/48 KHz PCM/WAV
Encoding: Audacity > Trader's Little Helper > FLAC (Level 8)

Track List:

00 - Intro
01 - A Hard Day's Night
02 - Save Us
03 - Paul talks
04 - Can't Buy Me Love
05 - Jet
06 - Paul talks
07 - Drive My Car
08 - Let Me Roll It (w/ Foxy Lady outro)
09 - Paul talks
10 - I Got A Feeling
11 - My Valentine
12 - Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five
13 - Maybe I'm Amazed
14 - We Can Work It Out
15 - Paul talks
16 - In Spite Of All The Danger
17 - Paul talks
18 - You Won't See Me
19 - Paul talks
20 - Love Me Do
21 - Paul talks
22 - And I Love Her
23 - Paul talks
24 - Blackbird
25 - Paul talks
26 - Here Today
27 - Paul talks
28 - Queenie Eye
29 - New
30 - Lady Madonna
31 - Paul talks
32 - FourFiveSeconds
33 - Eleanor Rigby
34 - Paul talks
35 - I Wanna Be Your Man
36 - Paul talks
37 - Being For The Benefit Of Mr Kite
38 - Paul talks
39 - Something
40 - A Day In The Life (w/ Give Peace A Chance)
41 - Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
42 - Band On The Run
43 - Back In The USSR
44 - Paul talks
45 - Let It Be
46 - Live And Let Die
47 - Hey Jude
48 - Encore break
49 - Yesterday
50 - I Saw Her Standing There
51 - Paul talks
52 - Mull Of Kintyre *
53 - Paul talks
54 - Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)
55 - Helter Skelter
56 - Paul talks
57 - Golden Slumbers / Carry That Weight / The End

Paul McCartney - vocals, bass, guitar, keyboards, ukulele
Brian Ray - bass, guitar, vocals
Rusty Anderson - guitar, vocals
Abe Laboriel Jr. - drums, vocals
Paul "Wix" Wickens - keyboards, harmonica, congas, vocals

* With the Scotch College Pipe Band

My recording of night 1 can be found here

Show Notes: Another amazing night with Sir Paul and band, again just under 3 hours of music, I really don't know how he does it! Five different songs in the set from night 1 which I was happy with. My only complaint about this show was the lack of energy the crowd gave compared to the first show - most people on the floor wanted to sit for the entire show which was a complete contrast to the previous night, and really bugged me. I stood until My Valentine, then given everyone else was sitting felt like I had to as well, so I had to sit in a very uncomfortable plastic chair with no room to sit fully in the chair as the lady to the left of me was spilling over her seat into mine, then my back was starting to hurt from the way I was forced to sit. The eager eared amongst you will hear me complain about how uncomfortable it is at one point, I couldn't help it.Finally at Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da I had enough and stood again - some others around me did, but most chose to remain seated like they were in church, and no doubt I blocked some views and probably was hated for it. How you can sit during a song like Back in the USSR is beyond me, but sit they did. For Let It Be the vast majority of the floor again decided to sit down, but given how uncomfortable the chairs were, I refused, so remained standing, and copped abuse for it (I edited most of it out as I regretfully directed the f-bomb at someone after copping abuse), but I had to leave the bit in where I tried to plead with people to stand as it went over the beginning of Live and Let Die (seriously you want to remain seated for *that* song?!?!?). Anyway aside from the bunch of people around me who may as well been home watching a DVD, it was an incredible show, and most likely the last time I'll ever see Sir Paul perform live. Thank you for providing the soundtrack to my life.

Recording Notes: While I may complain that the crowd around me was dead, it does make for a really good recording as there was really no singing along from anyone around me (me and my partner aside during Ob-La-Di and Hey Jude aside). Like my first night recording the audience singalong bits go muffled during those songs as I wanted to sing as loudly as I could, and I didn't want it to be all you could hear on the recording, so I moved the recorder away a bit. I also edited out about a minute during the encore break of me complaining to my partner about the guy who wanted me to sit down, you really don't need to hear that. So aside for all that, it sounds really good, maybe even a little better than my night 1 recording. Enjoy!