Band: ZZ TOP (USA)
City: Stockholm, Sweden
Venue: Grona Lund Amusement Park (Djurgarden) - Outdoor
Date: 2014-06-16
Taper: Trekytt

Audio: 44.1 / 16 BIT - MASTER

[***96/24-Bit version already up here:]



AT 943 External Stereo Microphones >> SP-SPSB-10-80020 - Sound Professionals -Micro-mini microphone power supply with mini 12vdc battery >>
Olympus LS- 10 >> approx. 10m from stage >> WavePad Editor >> 96 / 24 Bit >> Songsplit >> Tracking >> Wave >> Crowd Noise Between Songs Soft Dynamics Compressing >>
FLAC Level 8 >> DIME >> You



1. Intro
2. Got Me Under Pressure
3. Waitin' for the Bus
4. Jesus Just Left Chicago
5. Gimme All Your Lovin'
6. I'm Bad, I'm Nationwide
7. Pincushion
8. I Gotsta Get Paid
9. Flyin' High
10. Foxy Lady (The Jimi Hendrix Experience cover)
11. Catfish Blues (Muddy Waters cover)
12. Cheap Sunglasses
13. My Head's in Mississippi
14. Chartreuse
15. Sharp Dressed Man
16. Legs
17. Encore Break
18. Tube Snake Boogie (*Fades Out* / Memory stick full)

Really great concert by this legendary band. If you know your "AC/DC" or "Ramones" formula kind of band and you can�t get enough of those rocking 3 chords-bluesrock, then this concert will punch you out. This is a band that everyone should see at least once in a lifetime. I can now cross this off my bucketlist.
I must admit that when I was younger, alot younger than I am today, that the music of "ZZ Top" didn�t catch me as much as their "half-erotic-porno-kind of music-videos". After all, this was way before you could watch pretty women with big bobs and long legs on your computers. Well, time has changed since you would record the video to "Legs" on your VHS-Videotape recoder and play and rewind the tape to see those hot women lurking about and getting on with their business. Damn, those 80�s and early 90�s women were really nice, no fake boobs, it all went downhill in the end of the 90�s.
For those nostalgic nerds who got a soft spot for those "softerotic musicvideos", check it:
Anyway, sorry for these distant and cheesy memories/rant, but yeah those were the days when MTV really played music. Recording came out really nice, not too much crowd interference, occasional screaming, talking clapping, some minor phasing, but mainly in between songs ;-) Weather conditions were tricky just before the concert started, some quite heavy rain and wind, but 5-10 minutes before "ZZ Top" entered the stage it calmed down. I almost thought it would piss down with heavy rain and wind, but almost the complete concert continued with only some clouds above but without no further rain or too much wind. All in all a really nice recording if I might say it myself. Check samples to decide if you dig it too. When your wife and kids are out...turn up your stereo loud and let there be "Rock �N Roll Blues", after all it�s no one, no less, than the mighty "ZZ Top", Enjoy!

**** Enjoy, keep it lossless, no monkey business etc ****