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The band was very good, as usual, but Bono was sick, and he couldn't sing properly some songs at the beginning.
This part is only rated, not commented on Recording: "Ring Those Bells!" - 4 stars
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This concert is strange, because it has so many highlights but one or two considerable lows. Bono was sick. He said it at the beginning, almost justifying his poor voice in early songs. He couldn't sing Kite in particular, which is a shame, as it's usually one of the highlights of the tour. But then eventually he feels better or is motivated by the great crowd, as he more than makes up for his voice by singing extra parts in many songs like AIWIY, The Fly, Bullet, Walk On, etc. AIWIY is fantastic, one of the best you'll hear in this tour.
Bono jokes that U2 is like a good luck charm for the local basketball team (I think they lost the final that year, so not that good luck, I'm afraid). The crowd kept shouting "beat L.A." or something like that.
Overall, this is one of the best shows in the 1st leg, with extra drama due to Bono's health. Definitely add it to your collection.
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02 Beautiful Day
03 Until the End of the World
04 New Year's Day
05 Bono Banter
07 New York
08 I Will Follow
09 Sunday Bloody Sunday
10 Stuck in a Moment
11 In a Little While
12 The Ground Beneath Her Feet
14 All I Want is You
15 Where The Streets Have No Name
16 Mysterious Ways
17 The Fly
18 Encore Break
19 Bullet the Blue Sky
20 With or Without You
22 Walk On
*aka "Audience Audio Technica w/ Sony D7 -> CDR -> EAC Flac"
-> this is the "Ring Those Bells ! ( Buck Nye - D100 )" source!
**Source: torrent, that was upped by SockMonkey
INFO retrieved by BIGGIRL (2020) for U2START
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 197, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
June 12, 2001
First Union Center
Dual Scan (Bono and Edge) Matrix Mix
IEM Taper : Coles Dad
Audience : cant Remember
IEM : DAT Clone at 32khz from master > CEPRO > MATRIX
AUD : Aud CD clone > EAC > CEPRO > MATRIX
Lineage : MATRIX CD MASTER > EAC > FLAC
Mixed in Cool Edit Pro in 2002
2. Trippy Mix
4. Beautiful Day
5. Until the end of the World
6. New Years Day
8. New York
9. I will Follow
10. Sunday Bloody Sunday
11. Stuck In A Moment
12. In A Little While
13. Ground Beneath Her Feet
15. All I Want Is you
16. Where the Streets Have No Name
17. Mysterious Ways
18. The Fly
19. Bullet Intro
20. Bulelt the Blue Sky
21. With or Without You
22. One Intro
24. Walk On
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 192, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
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A local violinist, Steve Wickham, approached The Edge one morning at a bus stop and asked if U2 had any need for a violin on their next album (the War album). In the studio for only half a day, Wickham's electric violin became the final instrumental contribution to Sunday Bloody Sunday.