Thanks Müfo, just received this link yesterday from a fellow Mark Knopfler fan. The website is in German and here is approximately what it reads in English:
"Bleecker Street presents live recordings of THE LAST OPEN ROAD tour of Chris Rea. All shows are recorded from start to finish with multi-track by professional sound engineers, including all announcements and additions.
Available on a memory stick and as MP3 download - simply select the product you want, add to cart and follow the ordering process step by step. The MP3 download is always available starting from the day of each concert."
The information is also put in English on company's official Facebook page:
"Good news! Fans across Europe have the opportunity to purchase live soundboard recordings of every show on Chris Rea’s upcoming THE LAST OPEN ROAD tour.
With the Last Open Road tour set to launch in Salzburg on October 29, we are pleased to announce an extra special offering for fans: Every concert will be recorded and mixed by professional sound engineers using multi-track audio technology.
These high-quality recordings will be available immediately after each Show and online on a unique metal concert MP3 stick in the shape of Chris Rea’s Guitar, complete with matching case.
An ideal collector's item, these mementos will allow fans to enjoy the concert again at home.
Fans can pre-order their concert stick now at www.bleecker-street-shop.com
. Orders will start being dispatched the day after the first show in Salzburg.
Each order will include a complete live recording of one of the concerts from the Last Open Road tour in 320 kbps MP3 format on a unique 4 GB USB stick, complete with matching case. Pre-order now!"
Bleecker Street was previously known as Simfy Live and this company recorded Mark Knopfler gigs upon his 2010 tour from soundboards and sold them as flash drives and digital downloads.
Now there are very attractive and stylish flash drives available for sale, surely much more than just a simple download!
Apparently good news! Finally some soundboard recordings from a post-2004 tour gig!