Performance notes: U2 performs at the 47th Grammy Awards. Vertigo wins 3 Grammys. Across The Universe performed by Bono, Stevie Wonder, Alicia Keys , Velvet Revolver, Norah Jones, Tim McGraw, Brian Wilson, Steven Tyler and Al Green. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"Edge is the unsung hero. On a musical level, he's got real insight, but he's not precious about what he does. Even though be might work twice as hard as anybody else, he accepts criticism and is open to discussion because he knows we all want the same thing from the music. I have learnt never to underestimate him."
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"Moment of Surrender", recorded in a single take, is the track that producers Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois said best represents the band's original album concept of creating "future hymns".