LIVE NIRVANA Concert Chronology June 24, 1992 - Le Zénith, Paris, FR

  • NIRVANA
    • Kurt Cobain (vocals, guitar)
    • Krist Novoselic (bass)
    • Dave Grohl (drums, backing vocals)
  • Alex MacLeod (tour manager)
  • Larry Richter (tour accountant)
  • Susanne Sasic (lighting designer)
  • Craig Montgomery (sound engineer)
  • Ian Beveridge (monitor engineer)
  • John Duncan (guitar technician)
  • Barrett Jones (drum technician)
  • Gérard Drouot Productions
    • Gérard Drouot
Load In
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Soundcheck
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Doors
20:00
Teenage Fanclub Showtime
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NIRVANA Showtime
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  1. Aneurysm
  2. Drain You
  3. Stay Away
  4. Sliver
  5. School
  6. In Bloom
  7. Breed
  8. About A Girl
  9. Scoff
  10. Polly
  11. Lithium
  12. Blew
  13. Been A Son
  14. On A Plain
  15. Negative Creep
  16. Come As You Are
  17. Love Buzz
  18. Smells Like Teen Spirit
  19. Territorial Pissings
  20. Endless, Nameless
AUD #1a
Equipment:
Sony PC-62 > Sony TCD-D3
Lowest Generation:
DAT(2) > FLAC
Length / Sound Quality:
77 min / 9.0
Notes:
Less complete, but higher quality than AUD #1b.
AUD #1b
Equipment:
Sony PC-62 > Sony TCD-D3
Lowest Generation:
DAT(M) > FLAC
Length / Sound Quality:
80 min / ??
Notes:
More complete, but lower quality than AUD #1a.
In June 2013 the master tape was transferred and circulated, but was found to be of worse quality because of transfer issues.
AUD #2
Equipment:
Sony PC-62 > Sony WM-D3
Lowest Generation:
ANA(M) > FLAC
Length / Sound Quality:
76 min / 8.5
Notes:
Surfaced in September 2002.
Includes the introduction.
AUD #3
Equipment:
Sony PC-62 > Sony WM-D3
Lowest Generation:
ANA(M) > MD(1) > CDR
Length / Sound Quality:
75 min / 8.5
Notes:
Surfaced in October 2002.
The introduction fades in.
AUD #4
Equipment:
Aiwa CM-30A > Denon DTR-80P
Lowest Generation:
DAT(M) > FLAC
Length / Sound Quality:
80 min / 8.5
Notes:
In September 2010 the master tape was transferred.
Includes the introduction.

It is not known if there are other sources.

No Infos.

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