comments by ypal: Overall impression is indeed no better than VG, at times distorted bass swallowing just about every other sound underneath; the distortion comes obviously from the recording set. Mono sound. At times audience is heard near the taper. Each track fades out in the end just as applause starts, so no intermissions between songs are present. No encore. Disc 1: 1. Sheep (7:20) The beginning is cut. This track fades in after the second verse, before the prayer. There are other bootlegs where the beginning of Sheep is spliced in from another concert. 2. Pigs On The Wing (Part 1) (1:25) 3. Dogs (18:01) During the first three verses the distorted bass is impossible! The vocals just drown in it. The track fades out a few seconds early, before the very last line - the repeat of "dragged down by the stone". 4. Pigs On The Wing (Part 2) (2:52) [Snowy White's guitar solo] 5. Pigs (Three Different Ones) (14:55) Rog shouts "fifteen" at 05:11. Bass seems to get a little better here. A minor skip at 06:54. The track fades out before the music actually slows to an end. Disc 2: 1. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts 1-5) (13:04) Dave's solo sounds modified at times. A skip at 09:47, missing the last line of verse one ("Come on you stranger, you legend, you martyr, and shine!"). A repeated 1-second fragment at 10:02, a minor dropout at 10:08. 2. Welcome To The Machine (8:01) 3. Have A Cigar (5:21) Like in the album, the music at the end transforms into radio, but nonetheless the track fades out as applause starts. 4. Wish You Were Here (6:31) Some local radio stations maybe are used, because audience cheers up to it (or to something on the stage?). 5. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts 6-9) (16:14) The crowd bursts with applause twice during the intro. At 03:22 Dave's guitar drops down (equipment problem?) and keeps at a low volume. At 05:47 the track fades out, then fades back in at "...winner and loser, Come on you miner for truth and delusion, and shine!", skipping almost the whole verse. At 07:55 we hear Dave's guitar back alive. At 09:28 there's another skip (tape flip?). The transition between parts 8 and 9 is quite silent, so the crowd starts applauding as if to an end of the song, and thus the track fades out at 12:00, then fades back in a few seconds into part 9. Fades out a bit earlier than Rick.