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2001-11-28 - Saint Louis
Three Little Birds ( D. Thweatt )
Lineage: MD Master. Sharp 722 MD w/ Sony ECM-MS907 one point Stereo mic.
Taper: Daniel Thweatt
1. Intro / Elevation
2. Beautiful Day
3. Until The End Of The World
4. New Year's Day
5. I Will Follow
6. Sunday Bloody Sunday
7. Stuck In A Moment You Can't Get Out Of
9. Angel Of Harlem
10. Knocking On Heaven's Door*
12. Bad / Whose Gonna Ride You Wild Horses (fade Out)
13. Where The Streets Have No Name (fade In)
14. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For / Three Little Birds
15. Pride (in The Name Of Love)
16. Crowd Noise
17. Intro / Bullet The Blue Sky
18. What's Going On
19. New York
20. Crowd Noise
22. Peace On Earth (almost Full Version)
23. Walk On
24. Crowd Noise
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