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Very good basic show,but nothing really out of the norm here.Bono is happy to be in Denmark,thanking the models and such.NYD is the song for me on this one.Bono loses his way during Streets (at the 3:15 mark).MW,Still Havent are solid versions.Frankfort,Turin and Helsinki 2 are better performances(also soundwise),IMO.
Under a 4 IMO.I thought this was going to be a better sounding boot.Bono is good/clear,the rest of the band sound a bit muddy,flat/tin.Larrys drums do not sound good(tin).Clapping is a bit loud before and after every song,but not during.Sound goes in and out,from one speaker to the next.Overall,not a bad listen,but not a great one either.There are no annoying yells or conversations on this . Recording: "OKM-IIr - Nomad JB3" - 4 stars
Sound good.Alot of clapping before and after songs.They look great on Youtube,you cant really hear them much on this bootleg.
I like this show,but I couldnt really enjoy it as much as I wanted to.The sound is the culprit,not the band.Streets goes in and out so much,I had to skip it.The highlights,NYD,MLK,Walk On,and of course HMTMKMKM(this tune is a show stopper each night its played).
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Recorded with OKMII-R Pro Binaural In-ear mics/Nomad JB3 Recorder at 44100hz/wav. Transfer to Hard Disc via USB.
Location: just right of mixer tent.
Transfer: see Taper's notes below
Disc 1: [1:11:30]
01. Intro - Space Oddity [1:41]
02. Return Of The Stingray Guitar [2:25]
03. Beautiful Day [4:03]
04. New Years Day # [4:52]
05. Get On Your Boots [4:00]
06. Magnificent [5:38]
07. Mysterious Ways [4:53]
08. Elevation [4:26]
09. Bono's speech -not one of the better ones I'm afraid. Kissing way too much ass here. [1:46]
10. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For / Sunday Morning Sidewalk # [4:49]
11. Kris Kristofferson short speech [0:28]
12. Glastonbury [3:53]
13. In A Little While [3:42]
14. Miss Sarajevo [4:25]
15. Until The End Of The World [5:31]
16. The Unforgettable Fire [4:33]
17. City Of Blinding Lights [5:27]
18. Vertigo / Teenage Kicks [4:50]
Disc 2: [57:48]
01. I Know I'll Go Crazy If I Don't Go Crazy Tonight / Radio Tehran [6:43]
02. Sunday Bloody Sunday / Get Up Stand Up [4:55]
03. MLK [2:57]
04. Walk On / You'll Never Walk Alone [6:16]
05. Desmond Tutu [2:09]
06. One [4:55]
07. Amazing Grace / Where The Streets Have No Name [6:29]
08. "Turn On Your Radio" [3:19]
09. Hold Me Thrill Me Kiss Me Kill Me [5:05]
10. With Or Without You [6:23]
11. The Moment Of Surrender [8:32]
Please don't remaster this unless you really know what you are doing and have pro gear. If so - please contact me via U2Torrents and I'll send you the master.
Other Taper Notes:
Was stood to left of 2 fans in wheelchairs and their helpers, which meant that the right channel is a very clean source as I had more space around me there. Left channel was slightly marred by people close to me - claps, clicks, shouts etc... but not much. I've been able to eliminate the few seconds that were spoiled by copying from right channel. There is some of the usual level fluctuation/flutter which makes outdoor shows so hard to tape. But on the whole I'm pretty pleased with this. I only took the recorder along in case nobody else got a good recording - but I don't think there'll be a better source than this.
I've run it through some discrete processes to boost sound. I copied the original track to 4 seperate tracks in Audition. First track was EQed to highlight bass, and run through some Bass specific compression Second track was EQed to percussion, and run through drum-specific compression Third track was EQed for mid tone guitar/vocal and run through some compression and enhancement/widening Fourth track was left as is.
4 tracks were merged via mixer to get a fuller sounding result, without having to resort to reverb or excessive compression.
Final result was run through Harbal EQing and mastering software, Normalised and left channel was "repaired" in Sound Forge (worst clicks removed etc). Right channel was left as is to mask any artifacts click removal might leave..Finally tracks were split in CD WAV. Am aware there are some strange sounding high tones in the percussion. These are on the original recording too and not a result of my tinkering. Tracks marked # have some issues I couldn't do anything about but that you might only notice with headphones.
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