U2 - Your Blue Moon
October 1, 2009
University of Virginia Scott Stadium
Olympus LS10 PCM WAV>PC>CD Sound Forge Pro 10.0 for Tracking and down converting 96Hz/24bit lossless to 48Hz/16bit and TLH to Flac
Recorded by Rebeltwins (DT) Section 111 Row BB on The Edge's side of the stage.
01- Space Oddity
04- Get On Your Boots
05- Mysterious Ways
06- Beautiful Day- The Hands That Built America (snippet)
07- No Line on the Horizon
10- Your Blue Room
11- New Years Day
12- Band Intros
13- Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
14- Stuck in a Moment You Can't Get Out Of
15- The Unforgettable Fire
16- City of Blinding Lights
18- I'll Go Crazy If I Don't Go Crazy Tonight
19- Sunday Bloody Sunday
21- Walk On
20- Desmond Tutu Speech
22- Amazing Grace
23- Where the Streets Have No Name
24- Encore Break
25- Ultraviolet (Light My Way)
26- With or Without You
27- Moment of Surrender
In my opinion this alternate version is an upgrade to the other version circulating by RCarter.
RCarter did a nice job but my Olympus LS10 recorder seems to stand above the Zoom H2 recorder used by RCarter.
Can not say enough about how wonderful the LS10 is, invest in one if you want to record a show in the future.
I recorded the show on a 4GB SD card and the encore switched the 2GB internal memory.
I used the highest PCM setting for this recording 96,000 Hz 24 bit Stereo @ 4.2 gigs total.
I did use the wind covers for the mic's and have to thank my wife for keeping her noise level at a minimum throughout the show.
I also mounted a hand held camera tripod which screws into the LS10 so there would be no rubbing or banging of the recorder.
For the most part the crowd noise was minimal except for a few outbursts from the guy to my right but that's life.
It was a perfect night for an outdoor show. There was a full blue moon with no wind and the temperature in the 60's.
The show came off really well. I thought Bono's voice was above average and the band played tight.
P.S. Keep this mp3 free, do not sell, maintain the legacy, but most importantly play it loud and often.