MARK KNOPFLER : LA CORUNA 2019

 

Disc One (58:34)

  1. Nobody Does That
  2. Corned Beef City
  3. Sailing To Philadelphia
  4. Once Upon A Time In The West
  5. Romeo And Juliet
  6. My Bacon Roll
  7. Matchstick Man
  8. Done With Bonaparte

Disc Two (49:37)

  1. She’s Gone/Your Latest Trick
  2. Silvertown Blues
  3. Postcards From Paraguay
  4. On Every Street
  5. Speedway At Nazareth
  6. Money For Nothing
  7. Going Home

Label : MarkKnopfler.com

Venue : Coliseum da Coruña, La Coruña, Spain

Recording Date : May 3, 2019

Quality : Soundboard recording (A+)

Review (Dire Straits Blog) : Mark Knopfler yesterday had his last concert at the Coliseum de Coruna in Coruna, Spain. He waited until finishing the fifth song ‘Romeo & Juliet’ to addressing to the audience. at the front of more than 8,500 people he said: “I think I’m also in love with you,” and after that he also added that he is very happy to be back in Coruna. He thanked to the all 8,500 people who were at the concert in Coliseum. The quiet guitarist with precise punctuation’s and his deep voice said: “It’s nice to be back to Galicia. The first time I came here I was a boy, now I am an old man.” He also greeted the audience several times in English, although he could pronounce in Galician the motto: “Galicia Calidade!” Yesterday was almost a magical reverence of night and probably the last time how people in Coruna listened to the Scottish genius live. This concert in Coruna were his penultimate concert of his 2019 World Tour Down the Road Wherever in Spain and it was an exhibition of virtuosity. The guitar solos shone above his voice, slow and deceptively expressionless. Mark Knopfler presented his latest album, the one that gives name to the tour and played some of the greatest songs from his career. Without a doubt, the favorites of the audience were ‘Romeo & Juliet’ and ‘Once Upon a Time in The West.’ During concert which lasted for an hour and 45 minutes, Knopfler traveled from the classic rock to the popular music, from folk to country without stops in the blues. Some real professionalism performances from a guitar legend such as Mark Knopfler.