KNOCKIN' ON MELBOURNE'S DOOR Disc 1: 1. Hawkmoon 269 2. Desire / So You Wanna Be (A Rock 'n Roll Star) 3. All Along the Watchtower 4. All I Want is You 5. Where the Streets Have No Name 6. I Will Follow 7. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For 8. MLK 9. One Tree Hill 10. God Part II 11. Bullet the Blue Sky Disc 2 1. Running To Stand Still 2. Van Diemen's Land 3. Bad 4. With Or Without You 5. New Year's Day 6. Pride (In the Name of Love) 7. Angel of Harlem 8. When Love Comes To Town 9. Knockin' On Heaven's Door 10. Love Rescue Me 11. "40" Source: October 13, 1989. Melbourne, Australia. National Tennis Centre. Sound Quality: Very good audience Comments: This boot was remastered by Darren Glen. Here are his comments: This show was transferred from a low generation TDK Metal tape...and is the result of over two weeks of restoring/remastering. It is a far lower generation than the currently circulating version of this date. This show is a very good recording but suffered from the usual problems associated with many audience recordings...namely tape hiss, level inconsistencies and swaying or "panning" of the image from center. There is a skip in the middle of "All I Want is You" and "Running to Stand Still" has lost a few seconds from its start, both on the original master and probably due to a tape flip/change. Also various different parts of the original tape seemed to suffer from sound inconsistencies...ie some tracks sounded better than others. Firstly the hiss was fixed without any side effects by Sonic Solutions. Next it was given an overall EQ and De-essed. Individual tracks were then fixed for sound and level changes/differences , and the shows image was re-centered track-by track. The encore of this show seems to be from a different source recording as it was in MONO and sounded quite different. This portion was processed with the TC Electronics Stereo Spacialiser. This unit is the best of its kind for adding stereo realism to mono recordings as it does not just invert channel phases like most cheap processors which causes problems with mono compatibility. It re-creates a far more detailed image...(it is used on artists vocals such as Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston to enhance their sound.) Then this part of the show was re-balanced frequency wise to match the sound and acoustics of the rest of the show. Finally the show was maximized and dithered before its digital transfer to CDR.