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This concert sounds amazing, specially by sound quality of matrix... but the performance is good, without major mistakes (only Bono lost in Wake Up Dead Man)... and some interesting versions... the best highlight to me is Stay featuring a fan on piano, special version
The first part is strong... Gone isn't so good in performance like other performances on Elevetion like Boston or Philadeplhia, but without mistakes and Bono's guitar loud
Amazing sound, we almost can't hear the "1,2,3,4"... perfect balance Recording: IEM - 4.5 stars
This matrix is good enough to listen the crowd participating at the concert
Download the matrix... the performances aren't so different than the rest of leg 1... but the matrix makes some of them sounds really interesting... Kite, Gone with Bono's guitar sounding good and clean
Highlights: Elevation, Stuck In A Moment, Kite, Gone, New York, Sunday Bloody Sunday, Stay (excellent), In A Little While and Walk On
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IEM Source:Bono & Adam Raw IEM FLAC Level 7 DATMaster Upped by Datfly
AUD Source:Sony ECM-717* > Sony MZ-R37 > CDR > EAC > SHN Taped by Minh Nguyen
Matrix done by:Drew Williamsen in Adobe Audition 3.0
This is one of my best works to date. This is one of the best Matrix's out
there. The best of the Chicago Elevation Matrices. The audience version had some spots
missing when I was lining it up with the IEM. So between songs there may be a noticible
drop in audience noise, but no big deal, unless you like hearing the crowd cheer and clap.
This is a must have. I'm surprised no one has done this matrix before.
03 Beautiful Day
04 Until The End Of The World
05 New Year's Day
06 Stuck In A Moment
09 New York
10 I Will Follow
11 Sunday Bloody Sunday
12 Bono Speech
13 In A Little while
17 Where The Streets Have No Name
18 Mysterious Ways
19 The Fly
20 Bullet Intro
21 Bullet The Blue Sky
22 With Or Without You
24 Bono Speech
26 Wake Up Dead Man
27 Walk On
**Do Not sell, do not encode to mp3 except for your ipod or whatever. If I see
this in mp3 on various sites, no more matrix's. I've got them lined up out the
door. Houston, Dallas, Toronto, Anaheim(3), Arnhem(2) Elevations, Oakland, Tempe Popmart.
So no mp3 unless you never want to hear these!! Oh and I'll upload these in due time.**
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"We did four monday nights: first night it was half-full, second it was full, third it was queues around the block, fourth night the street was blocked and we were off."
- Bono on playing in the Marquee club in London after the release of their first album in 1980.
did you know
The lyrics of The Ground Beneath Your Feet were written by Salman Rushdie, and he is featured in the video, shown writing the song. Rushdie also provides an account of his relationship with the band and how the song came to be written in his book of essays, Step Across This Line.