Whiskey in the Jar When a Blind Man Cries For Whom the Bell Tolls Bleeding Me Clampdown Enter Sandman Hardwired Nothing Else Matters Mr. Soul w/Neil Young AUDIO QUALITY: Great recording, but then are there any bad recordings with Schoeps? Definitely recommend, as these bridge shows are always unique. Lineage: Schoeps MK40> Tinybox> Edirol R-05 (24 bit/48 Khz convertrd to 16/44.1 Bit with dBpPoweramp) Transfer: SD/USB > WAV > Soundforge 10 (cleanup, fades & tracking) > TLH > flac(8) Transferred by: ridemyllama Recorded By: ridemyllama DVD QUALITY: Really nice recording. SJMike did a great job. It's a combo of stage shot and screen shot. Includes some bonus videos from Metclub, and paired with live Metallica recordings. Good stuff. SOURCE: Sjmike / Zarko TRANSFER: Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX20 > DVD TIME: 45 minutes CORRECT SHOW: Yes, setlist matches second night. FLAWS: none BAND PERFORMANCE: Third time around at the Niel Young's Bridge Benefit. These shows are always great because Metallica is acoustic and they typically do songs they'll never do live again. This time around we are surprised by When a Blind Man Cries by Deep Purple, Clampdown by the Clash, and Mr. Soul by Neil Young who also comes on stage and jams with them. Both nights get a slighly different setlist, tonight Bells and Nothing Else are on the 10/23 only. Rob's birthday so he gets the pie treament at the end.