ED SHEERAN - GERMANY 2012

January 6, 2013 – 5:03 am

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ED SHEERAN
Germany 2012 [no label, 2CD]

Disc 1: Live at the Junges Theater, Goettingen, Germany; September 15, 2012. Disc 2: Live at the SWR3 New Pop Festival, Kurhaus, Baden Baden, Germany; September 14, 2012. Excellent radio broadcasts.

One doesn’t need more than one to two spins to see how infectious British singer-songwriter’s Give Me Love Is. And he does have a few more where that came from. Sheeran already has hit singles with The A Team and Lego House; his 2011 debut studio album, + [plus], is well received by both fans and critics, and he co-wrote and dueted with Taylor Swift on Everything Has Changed, a track found on Swift’s Red album. From March to September 2013, Sheeran is scheduled to play 58 dates across North America as the opening act for Swift’s Red Tour. All in, things are looking swimmingly well for Sheeran. And how many 21-year-old artistes would cover Nina Simone?

Thanks to Tomyoungster for recording these shows and sharing the tracks at Dime.

Cover pic uploaded by leepenny to fanart.tv - Thanks!

Source:
Sony ST-SE 520 FM-tuner - iRiver H140 (Rockbox, wav-recording)
Recorded format: 16 bit, 44.1 kHz
Final format: 16 bit, 44.1 kHz
Tracking: CD Wave 1.93
Compression: FLAC Frontend, Level 8

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Disc 1 (Goettingen; September 15, 2012)
NDR 2 - Radiokonzert - 2012-10-29
Track 01. Give Me Love (16.2MB)
Track 02. Drunk (6.9MB)
Track 03. The Wayfaring Stranger (9.5MB)
Track 04. Grade 8 (8.8MB)
Track 05. Lego House (11.3MB)
Track 06. You Need Me, I Don’t Need You (22.3MB)
Track 07. The Parting Glass (4.7MB)
Track 08. The A Team (7.2MB)
Track 09. Ooh Daddy (Nina’s Moan) (aka Be My Husband) (12.5MB)
Track 10. Small Bump (8.9MB)
Track 11. Guiding Light (14.9MB)

Disc 2 (Baden Baden; September 14, 2012)
Radioeins - Winternachtskonzerte - 2012-12-08
Track 01. Give Me Love (17.1MB)
Track 02. Drunk (5.5MB)
Track 03. The Parting Glass (5.6MB)
Track 04. The A Team (6.6MB)
Track 05. Be My Husband (11.2MB)
Track 06. Guiding Light (13.0MB)

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  1. 5 Responses to “ED SHEERAN - GERMANY 2012”

  2. if pink floyd and genesis alumni feel this guy is important enough to join on stage at the olympics whos anyone to say otherwise?

    By darth on Jan 6, 2013

  3. i am. i doubt would they have joined him for “lego house”. he’s lightweight post-teen pop. not my bag baby. and hes a ginger.

    By barth on Jan 6, 2013

  4. Yeah, it’s kinda catchy. Maybe Floyd & Genesis alumni just wanted cred w/a new young audience. Not into gingers, eh, Barth? More for me! Oh, nevermind. He’s half my age.

    By Motorvilleboy on Jan 7, 2013

  5. sheeran also did a headlining fall tour with a favorite of mine, very unique belgian singer selah sue, as his support…an interesting confluence.
    there’s more than meets the eye here.
    nina simone?

    By rocdoc on Jan 11, 2013

  6. i just came back and dl’d this and am listening to it right now - i feel sorry for this guy, though not for his bank account (considering all the hoo-ha that’s sprung up around him) because he is actually VERY good in a luka bloom/ani difranco extremely rhythmic loose bloozy improv way.
    the dbl bill with selah sue would’ve been perfect because both sheeran and sela mine a very similar vein, esp their vocal styles.
    but his ‘artistic’ merits are being lost in the hysteria of (i’m supposing) his largely female fans cheering ANYthing he does, prompting a few long pointless clap-alongs here.
    it’s nice to have acclaim and $$$ but if you’ve got integrity to what it is you do, after awhile all the screaming doesn’t get you off anymore…viz exhibit A, the beatles not being able to hear themselves in concert and cutting off that whole portion of themselves.
    then all else went downhill.

    By rocdoc on Jan 28, 2013

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