Chris Cornell
April 25th, 2009
The Depot
Salt Lake City, UT, USA

Source: dpa4061s > mma6000 > Microtrack 24/96(24 Bit Wav@48Khz)
Location: Balcony, FOS-R, 10' back
Conversion: Microtrack 24/96 > USB > CEP2000 (>16/44.1) > CD Wave > Flac Frontend > Flac
Taper: geordy

01. Part of Me
02. Time
03. No Such Thing
04. You Know My Name
05. Can't Change Me
06. Burden In My Hand (Soundgarden)
07. Set It Off (Audioslave)
08. Hunger Strike (Temple of the Dog)
09. Preaching the End of the World
10. Outshined (Soundgarden)
11. Show Me How To Live (Audioslave)
12. Ground Zero
13. Never Far Away
14. Be Yourself (Audioslave)
15. Chris talking
16. Billie Jean (Michael Jackson)
17. Blow Up the Outside World (Soundgarden)
18. Rusty Cage (Soundgarden)
19. Seasons
20. Kentucky Woman* (Neil Diamond)
21. Fell On Black Days* (Soundgarden)
22. Like A Stone* (Audioslave)
23. Doesn't Remind Me* (Audioslave)
24. Sunshower
25. Cochise (Audioslave)
26. Scream


notes: Slight gap between Doesn't Remind Me and Sunshower. I manually started recording a new file and missed Chris introducing Sunshower as "the song I wrote for a Gwyneth Paltrow movie" but didn't miss any of the actual song. There was another song or two on the setlist, at least Spoonman that I saw, that didn't get played due to curfew.

This show took place during the middle of a week long vacation for me out west with my wife. We drove from Zion National Park thru a snow storm to get to this show only to have trouble finding parking due to a Utah Jazz game across the street from the venue. Despite getting there just before Chris took the stage we got some great seats in the balcony off to the side of the stage maybe 10' back from the hanging stacks...the band put on a great show and the recording turned out above average in my opinion. And the new songs were well received by a great audience, maybe I'm just used to the drunks at shows back home? After the show we headed to Arches National Park for a couple days. Best week I've had in a long time!