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Due to problems with their flight, band arrives in Charlotte shortly before show time. The show started late and we have a shorter setlist (no IWF and almost no Walk On). Some great performances but problems with other songs.
Great sounding matrix. The ALD audience skips a few seconds between songs, but fortunately the full show is there. I hear some interference at the end of the show during WOWY or One, but nothing serious. Recording: "Drew's Dub (2 Source Matrix)" - 4.5 stars
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3rd Elevation show and the performances are getting better and better. Elevation starts the show with a great I'm Like A Bird snippet. An energetic UTEOTW is a highlight of the day and also a full performance of Staring At The Sun. Sweetest Thing had a great intro and IALW is dedicated to Daniel Lanois, with Crazy Love snippet. Bad does not start that good but at the end Bono is in full control of his voice and gives us great snippets like I Want To Take You Higher.
The slide solo in Mysterious Ways is a complete mess. A lowlight of the day, I'm afraid. At these shows Bono was still improvising for The Fly intro, and it sounds great here. Bono nails the high notes during WOWY and after One, the band was leaving the place, even Bono already said good night when he says "One more tune" and the band returns for Walk On. Not a good performance, the "hallelujahs" will come at later shows, but the crowd gave them a strong round of applause and overall it was a very interesting show.
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02 Beautiful Day
03 Until The End Of The World
04 New Year's Day
05 Stuck In A Moment You Can't Get Out Of
06 Staring At The Sun
07 New York
08 Sunday Bloody Sunday
09 The Sweetest Thing
10 Band Intro
11 In A Little While
12 The Ground Beneath Her Feet
14 Where The Streets Have No Name
15 Mysterious Ways
16 The Fly
17 Bullet Intro
18 Bullet The Blue Sky
19 With Or Without You
21 Walk On
There are about 2 or 3 ALD drop outs that only last for a few seconds each time, and they all happen to be either between songs or while Bono is talking, not during any songs. Both sources sounded fantastic, so hence a great sounding Matrix. I did some speed correction and EQ. All in all, this sounds great, definitely worth a listen!!
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In U2's very early days, a guy called Eugene who played drums in a north Dublin rock outfit called Stryder occasionally filled in for Larry on the gigs he couldn't make.