Dire Straits
Mark Knopfler: guitar and vocals
Jack Sonni: guitar
Alan Clark: keyboards
Guy Fletcher: keyboards
Chris White: sax
John Illsley: bass
Terry Williams: drums

Seattle Center Arena
Seattle, Wash. U.S.A.
September 19, 1985 (thursday)
JEMS master tape
promoting their 5th album "brothers in arms"
runtime: 124:55 (minutes/seconds)

1: ride across the river 10:15
2: expresso love 6:13
3: one world > 5:00
4: Romeo and Juliet > 10:18
5: private investigation 8:05
6: sultans of swing 12:39 (spliced from 7:00-7:03, tape flip)
7: why worry? 4:54
8: walk of life 4:16
9: two young lovers? 5:07
10: money for nothing 7:44
11: wild west end > 12:03 (beg. of TOL cuts slightly, tape flip)
12: tunnel of love 19:30
13: brothers in arms 8:44
14: solid rock 5:09
15: going home 4:56

if saving on compact discs:
w/ tracks 1-6: 52:29
tracks 7-15: 72:25
if tracks 1-7: 57:24
tracks 8-15: 67:30
if tracks 1-8: 61:40
tracks 9-15: 63:14
if tracks 1-9: 66:47
tracks 10-15: 58:07

source: Sony ECM-929 stereo mike >
Sony WMD-6 cassette recorder (dolby off)

recorded by "S" of JEMS

transferred by Mike Ziegler:
master cassettes > Nakamichi CR-7A cassette deck >
PreSonus FireStudio Project > Adobe Audition CS5.5 >
24/96 FLAC > convert to 16/96 >
tracked, spliced together and prepped by glasnostrd19:
wav (splicing and tracking, resample to 16/44.1) >
flac (sb's aligned) > torrentially yours.
a this and that, JEMS production.
do not sell this recording.
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provided by butterking for JEMS

very good to excellent, nearly complete audience recording by "JEMS",
apparently complete except for 2 tape flip interruptions.
one is about 7 minutes into sultans of swing.
this one has been patched using an (almost) repeating section of about 3 seconds
and sounds pretty tough to tell it was spliced at all.
the second one, just a few seconds into tunnel of love was not patched.
that one isn't very noticable either.
both interruptions only miss a few seconds.
a couple of other tape flips or changes were seamlessly spliced
without any missing music, so this is now a seamless recording.