Comments: All four members of U2 appear at An Evening With Gavin Friday And Friends, a concert in the Red Nights series being held by Product Red to support the fight against AIDS and to celebrate Gavin Friday's 50th birthday. Only listed are the songs featuring members of U2. Bono, Edge, and Gavin did Children Of The Revolution. I Want To Live and King Of Trash were all of U2 and Gavin's musicians, but not Gavin himself. Another Blow On The Bruise was Edge and Gavin; The Last Song I'll Ever Sing was Bono and Gavin's musicians. Edge and Larry joined Lou Reed, Gavin Friday and others for Sweet Jane - and Bono came on for the end of the song. Then all four members of U2 featured with many of the night's other performers in the finale of Jean Genie. See our full report here. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"I remember picking up Edge's guitar and playing the two-stringed chord for I Will Follow to show the others the aggression I wanted. It was his riff but I wanted it to have an edge to it." - Bono on rehearsing I Will Follow
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The title for the song 'Shadows and Tall Trees' is taken from William Goldings "Lord Of The Flies", whose 5th chapter bears the same name. The song, and the album, is about boyhood, innocence and struggle, as is Golding's book.