Every month we have a U2 show in the spotlights, the show of this month took place on 1992-11-14 - Anaheim. You can download this show, read reviews or write your own review on the show page here. In this thread you can discuss this show!
"A great last US Zoo TV show with Bono really showing his potential in all songs. He was on fire and improvised a lot. One of the best versions of With Or Without You ever."
1992-11-14 - Anaheim, California - Anaheim Stadium
Even Better Than The Real Thing
Mysterious Ways / Love To Love You Baby (snippet)
One / Unchained Melody (snippet)
Until The End Of The World
New Year's Day
Dirty Old Town
Tryin' To Throw Your Arms Around The World
My Girl (snippet) / Angel Of Harlem
When Love Comes To Town
Satellite Of Love
Bad / Fool To Cry (snippet) / Irish Heartbeat (snippet) / All I Want Is You (snippet)
Bullet The Blue Sky
Running To Stand Still / Let's Gather At The River (snippet)
Where The Streets Have No Name
Pride (In The Name Of Love)
I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
Stand By Me
Ultra Violet (Light My Way) / My Way (snippet)
My Way (snippet) / With Or Without You / Shine Like Stars (snippet)
Love Is Blindness
Can't Help Falling In Love
24 years ago U2 played Anaheim for the Zoo TV tour to conclude the Outside Broadcast US leg of the tour, a great show to celebrate this months' 25th anniversary of Achtung Baby. Same as this November, this show took place in the month of the US presidential elections, an opportunity for Bono to put a call in to the White House, saying that "I'll be bothering Bill Clinton now". Bono's voice is amazing this show which is particularly demonstrated during With Or Without You, with one of the best renditions of this song on Zoo TV.
"The strangest thing has happened. I really missed my dog. That's never happened to me before. You know, on a long tour you do hear people saying they miss their pets. I never have. But last night I started really missing my dog. It's very odd, cause I don't have a dog."
did you know
The title for the song 'Shadows and Tall Trees' is taken from William Goldings "Lord Of The Flies", whose 5th chapter bears the same name. The song, and the album, is about boyhood, innocence and struggle, as is Golding's book.