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Chicago - 2008-07-26 - Lucca, IT
(FM broadcast FLAC)

Lucca Summer Festival

Robert Lamm - keyboards and Vocals
Lee Loughnane - trumpet and Vocals
Bill Champin - keyboards, vocals and Guitar
Keith Howland - guitar and vocals
Nick Lane - trombone
Jason Sheff - bass and Vocals
Tris Imboden - drums and Harmonica
Ray Herman - saxophones

ITT HiFi4060 Tuner > Nero SoundTrax via C-Media CMI8738/C3DX soundcard > 44100hz/16bit wav > Audacity 1.2.6 > 44100hz/16bit flacs (level 8, via TLH 2.2.2 build 152) >

01 intro
02 Questions 67 & 68
03 Dialogue
04 Make Me Smile
05 So Mucho Say, So Mucho Give
06 Anxiety's Moment
07 West Virginia Fantasies
08 Colour My World
09 o Be Free
10 Now Morehan Ever
11 -introduction by Lamm
12 Stone of Sisyphus
13 If You Leave Me Now
14 Call On Me
15 Alive Again
16 I don't wanna live without your love
17 Look Away
18 You're Not Alone
19 Wake Up Sunshine
20 Inhe Mood
21 Hard Habito Break
22 You'rehe Inspiration
23 Oldl Days
24 Beginnings
25 drums solo
26 I'm a Man
27 Does Anybody Really Know Whatime It Is?

running time 84'30"

1- as in italian radio customs, the DJ speaks a lot in-between songs. His purpose is to translate in italian what the musicians say, the introductions to every song and the history of the band. It may gets VERY annoying, thus we might consider this recording only for completists. But the songs, the actual music, are usaully not spoken over. Or you could think that it's so damn exotic having someone speaking in an unknown language in your boot!

2- the concert faded out to give space to night-time radio news. I don't know if other tracks have been played.

Live FM radio broadcast by "I Concerti di Radio1", Radio Uno RAI [first channel of italian national radio], from an open air show. Piazza Napoleone is one of Lucca main city squares. Trackmarking the "Ballet for a Girl in Buchannon" suite (tracks 04-10) was a real nightmare, it took me more than an hour. And more than a month to be able to seed it.




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