BST 2014
Hyde Park; London 5th July 2014

Taper : payasos

Rig : Schoeps MK41 > Nbox+ > Edirol R-09 > USB > Adode Audition: Waves L3 UltraMaximizer, fade i/o, 16bit/44.1kHz conversion(dithering w/ Ozone Mbit+) > CDWave (tracking) > Flac(8)

Sound Quality : Sample Below

Length : 96.54

01. Vertigo
02. Boys In The Band
03. interruption
04. The Delaney
05. Campaign Of Hate
06. Time For Heroes (interrupted)
07. Horrorshow
08. Begging
09. The Ha Ha Wall
10. Music When The Light Go Out
11. What Katie Did
12. The Boy Looked At Johnny
13. Can't Stand Me Now
14. Last Post On The Bugle
15. Love On The Dole
16. The Saga
17. Death On The Stairs
18. Radio America
19. Don't Look Back Into The Sun
20. Tell The King
21. Up The Bracket
22. What A Waster
23. France (aborted)
24. Albion
25. I Get Along
26. The Hokey Cokey
27. Suizide In The Trenches (poem by Siegfried Sassoon)

Sample :
The Libertines - Albion - London 5th July 2014 [payasos]

Carl Barāt - guitar, vocals
Peter Doherty - guitar, vocals
John Hassall - bass
Gary Powell - drums

Recorded 20 meters from the speakers on the left side of the stage - would have liked to get a little closer, but was ancious to protect the mics - and my teeth. It could have been a little louder for my taste, and I had the impression that the volume was turnded down a little after the crowd problems began, to cool it down a little. Not a very good recording, rather high level of drink and a lot of people who spent too much time talking about how much they were enjoying themselves. And the sound conditions were a little wavering, sometimes a slight breece noticable mostly in the high frequencies or a muffled sound when I didn't have a clear line at the speakers. Lowered a couple of volume peaks, raised the overall volume by 2,5 dB, applied a 1:2 compression to the upper 4 dB, adjusted the volume manually to give it some consistency. The md ran out just after Doherty's ast words, changed and recorded some more in hope of an encore (which the band was clearly willing to do), but the curfew prevented that.

A memorable show.