Comments: In God's Country is performed for the first time since 9 October 1989. Bono claims that it is the first time it has been performed in 15 years, despite the fact that The Joshua Tree was only 14 years old in 2001! A female fan is brought on stage to cover Bob Dylan's I Shall Be Released - although Bono had participated in a performance of it as recently as 30 June 2001, the song was last played at a U2 concert on 20 April 1987. No Doubt's Gwen Stefani joins the band for What's Going On; this is the last of her eight consecutive performances of the song with U2. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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Good performance. The band are playing very well. Bono seems to be in a very fluid way for this show, adding little quips to songs and playing with the words.
Most of the songs are played very well. Out of Control has the changed lyric that would appear in some form or another on the 2000s tours. New York has the changed lyric prevalent on the post-9/11 leg of the tour. A fan plays guitar on I Shall Be Released. Bono gives a couple of nice little speeches through the night, the one before One is touching, I felt.
Pride was quite strong with a snippet of In God's Country. Beautiful Day is also strong and also has one. Stuck In a Moment was another very strong performance. Kite and Sunday Bloody Sunday were quite good. Bono's work on Bullet the Blue Sky is nothing special but Edge's guitar in it seems to really rock more than usual on this tour. Bono toys with the tempo and phrasing of the lyric in One.
Very good quality. May have had some crackles in New York but I think that might have just been my headphones messing up. Recording: Audience microphone - 4 stars
Good audience, but not a major, impressive element of the bootleg.
Very, very good Elevation concert. I sometimes feel Elevation shows can be almost boring and standard, but this one is a nice shakeup. The real selling point for this boot is the performance of In God's Country, not seen since the 80s! The high-quality sound is another great point.
-Out of Control
-Stuck In a Moment You Can't Get Out Of
-In God's Country
-I Shall Be Released (slows the show down quite a bit, really)
-What's Going On (just a bit slow and a little dull)
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2001-11-23 - Phoenix
The Fire Of Love ( Steve Lefevre )
Lineage: Neumann ak40s > Neumann lc-3 active cables > Neumann km100s > sbm1 > M1; DAT master in Sony D8 > Sek'd Prodif 96 >Soundforge v4.5 > CDWAV > CD-R
Taper: Steve LeFevre
1. Trippy Elevation Intro / Elevation
2. Beautiful Day
3. Until The End Of The World
4. New Year's Day
5. Out Of Control
6. Sunday Bloody Sunday
7. Stuck In A Moment You Can't Get Out Of
9. In God's Country (bono And Edge)
10. I Shall Be Released
12. All I Want Is You
13. Where The Streets Have No Name
14. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
16. Bullet The Blue Sky
17. What's Goin' On?
18. New York
20. Peace On Earth
21. Walk On
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"Lemon looks at the power of imagination, the mind taking off in two different directions in a Studio 54, Disco Duck setting. The falsetto was completely natural. I've always felt there was a fat woman trying to burst out of me. Don't know what Freud would make of that!"
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The longest solo played by the Edge on a studio recording lasts 72 seconds, on Street Mission.