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Mark Knopfler 06/30/05
Pines Theatre, Florence, MA
Set I
Why Aye Man
Walk Of Life
What It Is
Sailing To Philadelphia
Romeo and Juliet
Sultans Of Swing
Done With Bonaparte
Song For Sonny Liston
Set II
Rudiger
Boom, Like That
Speedway At Nazereth
Telegraph Road
Brothers In Arms
Money For Nothing
So Far Away
Set III
 
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Collectors With This Show
User (active/rating) Media / # Show Sound Details DB Source User Source
rockcdr (5/5) CD / 2 View  
Notes: SB
Rick Hanlon (5/5) cdr / 2 A+ View  
Notes: Soundboard
Jon Clark (5/0) CDR / 2 A A+ View   SBD
newstone (5/4.8) cdr / 2 A View  
Andrew Davies (4/4.4) CDR / 2 A A View  
Randy (4/5) CDR / 2 A A View  
Tim Nooteboom (3/5) CDR / 2 A+ View  
Notes: Awesome!
Gnipgnap (3/5) CDR / 2 A A View   CDR
Private Stock (2/5) CDR / 2 Vg View  
Private Stock (2/5) CDR / 2 Vg+ View  
Notes: As Mark Knopfler shows go, this one s pretty good. There is a defect or two, but they become minor when you consider the entire show.
lbar012001 (2/5) CDR / 2 A+ View  
Notes: Bonus track : Money for nothing (from NYC)
Stuart Ferguson (1/4.3) CDR / 2 View   Soundboard
Notes: DVD 2871; lineage: Soundboard recording.
Michael (1/0) CD-R / 2 A View  
phil (1/5) CD-R / 2 View   sbd
Notes: sbd
stringman67 (1/5) CDR / 2 A+ View  
Notes: SBD (56.20/52.18)
Carter (1/5) CDR / 2 A A View  
Beka (1/5) CDR / 2 A A View  
Greg (1/5) Audio CDR / 2 A/+ A/+ View  
Notes: Fantastic example of Knopfler's more recent solo shows. This is a great show with awesome soundboard sound. It would be a solid A+ except for two minor flaws: there are two 6 second dropouts around a minute into track one on disc one; and if you listen very closely it sounds like some of the transitions are F-DAO as they are not totally smooth. But other than the two droputs, if you throw this on and blast it as you dance about the house you won't be dissapointed! Typical setlist for this time period with a bunch of talented musos backing Mark up. His guitar work is fantastic as always.