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Zucchero - 2011-07-08 - Lucca, IT
(FM broadcast FLAC)

Lucca Summer Festival 2011

live and direct FM radio broadcast by "Radio2 Live", Radio2 RAI [second channel of italian national radio] from Piazza Napoleone, Lucca (Italy) on friday 08 July 2011, 21:37 hours

Lineage (FM > Hard Disc > web):
ITT HiFi4060 Tuner > Audacity 1.3.5 Beta via C-Media CMI8738/C3DX soundcard > 44100hz/16bit flac's (level 8)

01 intro
02 Un soffio caldo
03 Il suono della domenica
04 Soldati nella mia città
05 È un peccato morir
06 Vedo nero
07 Oltre le rive
08 Un uovo sodo
09 Chocabeck
10 Alla fine
11 Spicinfrin Boy
12 -- interruzione
13 God Bless the Child
14 Bacco perbacco
15 Baila (Sexy Thing)
16 Overdose (d'amore)
17 Il mare impetuoso al tramonto salì sulla Luna e dietro una tendina di stelle...
18 Dune mosse
19 Diamante
20 Il volo
21 Like The Sun
22 Con le mani
23 Solo una sana e consapevole libidine salva il giovane dallo stress e dall'Azione Cattolica
24 Diavolo in me [FADES OUT]

possibly missing from recording/broadcast the following encores:
Hi-De-Ho // Un kilo // Così celeste // Miserere // Per colpa di chi?

tracklist: running time 102'16"

if you listen without prejudice, you will also find some nice moments... done with the "timer" function, this recording is incomplete, since the transission run well over scheduled time, but I think broadcast stopped after track 24 "Diavolo in Me", so I believe I only missed the last few seconds of Diavolo and nothing else. On track 12, the song is stopped as some fan is trying to jump on stage, and it would then restart as track 13. WARNING: in italian radio customes the DJ speaks a lot in-between songs. And I mean a lot.. His/Her purpose is to introduce songs with bits of bio and translate what the artists say. It may gets VERY annoying, and trust me it does, thus we might consider this recording ONLY FOR COMPLETISTS. But the songs, the actual music, are (usually) not spoken over in the middle of them. It has to be noted that usually italian djs are adviced to talk that much by the same record companies to prevent bootlegging.


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