Comments: A previously unknown recording session unearthed by U2songs. The exact date of the studio sessions is unknown, but is believed to have taken place in February 1980. The recordings of Trevor and Jack in a Box were believed to have been made in April 1978, but the differing audio quality and live debuts of both songs lead us to believe that this date is the more likely source. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"Lady With the Spinning Head was a prototype song and as we went through the process of what we call cell division. It became The Fly, it became Zoo Station and it became Light My Way. It ended up being three songs on Achtung Baby."
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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.