Performance notes: Initially scheduled for 2010-06-16 with The Fray and Moonalice as support acts but postponed to 2011 on 25 May 2010 due to Bono's back surgery and rehabilitation period. Rescheduled date announced on 13 July 2010. After Until The End Of The World, Bono gets The Edge to tell the crowd about how he and Larry went drinking with Metallica and Green Day the previous night. Larry then sings a few lines of Lou Reed's Perfect Day, followed by Bono leading the audience in singing Happy Birthday for his friend John. An archive of tweets for this show can be found here. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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Taper: Easy Ed
Location: 50 feet from stage edge from directly aligned with left speaker array, standing shoulder to shoulder with fellow taper Daspyknows
Source: Beyerdynamic CK930 microphones > Naiant Littlebox (custom built preamp and phantom power supply) > Sony PCM-M10 (24 bit 44.1kHz)
Lineage: USB cable > PC > Sound Forge 10 Pro (normalize by peak levels, convert to 16 bit [iZotope MBIT+ basic2 psych9 1 bit dither], export tracks to .wav files) > Trader's Little Helper (level 8 encoding, align on sector boundaries) > flacs, ffp, md5 files
Disc 1: [1:02:55]
01. Space Oddity Intro [2:07]
02. Even Better Than The Real Thing [4:25]
03. I Will Follow / Get On Your Boots [7:53]
04. Magnificent [4:58]
05. Mysterious Ways [4:55]
06. Elevation [4:19]
07. Until The End Of The World - Anthem - Where Have All The Flowers Gone Perfect Day [6:10]
08. Happy Birthday [5:05]
09. All I Want Is You [6:42]
10. Stay [5:02]
11. Beautiful Day - Space Oddity [6:26]
12. Pride (In The Name Of Love) [4:47]
Disc 2: [1:17:47]
01. Miss Sarajevo [4:50]
02. Zooropa [3:34]
03. City Of Blinding Lights [5:31]
04. Vertigo [4:25]
05. I'll Go Crazy (Remix) - Discotheque - Life During Wartime - Psycho Killer [6:27]
06. Sunday Bloody Sunday / Scarlet [6:45]
07. Walk On [7:28]
08. Message [1:15]
09. One [5:07]
10. Will You Love Me Tomorrow - Where The Streets Have No Name [6:52]
11. Spaceship Intro [4:27]
12.Hold Me Thrill Me Kiss Me Kill Me [4:44]
13. With Or Without You [7:17]
14. Moment Of Surrender [8:57]
Above is a list of the songs played that I found online. It does not correspond exactly to the way I tracked this recording, eg., some spoken word portions were made into separate tracks.
Track 13 is a good place to start disc 2 if you're burning this to cds.
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 192, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
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Location: Seated on the field about 70 feet from stage on left side under stacks.
Source: Mics pointed at 45 Defree angle / Schoeps MK4 w/NBox Tascam DR-2D 24 Bit 48K
Lineage: Processed using Soundforge 10b, resample, to 16bit 44.1K / TLH to convert to Flac
Disc 1: [1:19:02]
01. Even Better Than The Real Thing [4:17]
02. I Will Follow [3:52]
03. Get On Your Boots [3:59]
04. Magnificent [5:04]
05. Mysterious Ways [5:00]
06. Elevation [4:14]
07. Until The End Of The World - Anthem - Where Have All The Flowers Gone [5:52]
08. Perfect Day - Happy Birthday - All I Want Is You [11:00]
09. Stay [6:03]
10. Beautiful Day - Space Oddity [6:25]
11. Pride [4:46]
11. Miss Sarajevo [4:56]
12. Zooropa [3:39]
13. City Of Blinding Lights [5:34]
14. Vertigo [4:14]
Disc 2: [58:54]
01. I'll Go Crazy (Remix) - Discotheque - Life During Wartime - Psycho Killer [6:31]
02. Sunday Bloody Sunday - Scarlet [6:48]
03. Walk On [7:03]
04. One [6:43]
05. Will You Love Me Tomorrow [1:05]
06. Where The Streets Have No Name [7:12]
07. Hold Me Thrill Me Kiss Me Kill Me [7:45]
08. With Or Without You [5:43]
09. Moment Of Surrender [10:01]
Back in the US. 8th show in 15 days. After the civility and intamacy of the Royal Albert Hall I tackle a U2 stadium show trying to reprise my success of 1987 and 1992. I recorded this with EasyEd who ran his source to my left. We arrived at 4:30 and I got on line. Glad I had a ride so I didn'y have to pay $40 to park. $40 to park wtf is that all about? I had my gear hidden and had some food with me. They took my food and drinks so they could rip me off inside. I truly hate Oakland venues, no wonder the A's, Raiders and Warriors struggle, the venues are not fan friendly. I was in early enough to get in the inner circle but too crowded so I went for a good spot in the regular GA area. Put down a blanket and asked someone to watch it while I went to out to put on the gear. Turns out he was a retired taper. EasyEd joined me and we recorded the first band. Wasn't too crowded, yet. Sound was horrible although listening to recordings they are pretty good. For Lenny Kravitz it got much more crowded but still tolerable. Surrounded by mostly
good people but some right in front were not. Finally for U2 it got very crowded. Sound was still not right but I can't control that. I recorded U2 at the same venue twice in 1987 and once in 1992 and the sound was much much better. Obviously those recordings were superior. I wish U2 would spend more on sound and less on stage architecture. I think Glastonberry will be best show on tour for that reason. The Claw stays on tour and they fly with instruments to UK. Only glitches on recording are one slight bump from a person taking pics to my left and one in Sunday Bloody Sunday when EasyEd hit my mics taking pictures. Not aperfect recording and one that probably is not too friendly to cheap steros or Ipods due to heavy low end.
Bono tells the crowd that U2 hung out with Green Day and Metallica a night earlier and talked about creating a new music festival. Lou Reed is at the show, prompting Larry to sing a bit of Perfect Day before Bono leads the crowd in singing Happy Birthday for a friend named John. He dedicates Pride to the Shriver family. After 'Streets', Bono brings a fan from Poland on stage - a guy who flew 20 hours to be at this show.
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The versions of A Sort Of Homecoming and Bad included in the Wide Awake In America EP sound like live recordings but they were actually recorded during two soundchecks of the Unforgettable Fire tour in Europe. The audience noise was mixed in afterwards.