Comments: U2 rehearse I Still Haven't Found with the New Voices Of Freedom gospel choir ahead of their performance together at Madison Square Gardens two days later. Footage from this rehearsal appears in the Rattle & Hum movie. It is unknown how many times the band and choir ran through I Still Haven't Found; there are reports that they ran through multiple versions with a piano, but the piano does not appear in the footage on Rattle & Hum, so that means a minimum of three performances: two with piano and one without. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"Bono, you have been doing this 10 years and you don't know not to give the horn section Absolut Vodka? You can give it to anyone else but you can't give it to the horn section."
"But why in particular the horn section?"
"Listen, stupid, you try playing a horn when your lips won't work"
- Bono in conversation with one of the horn players at Sun Studios in Memphis while recording Angel of Harlem, after he bought vodka to lighten the session up
did you know
Brian Eno, who has worked with U2 a lot, does also work for Microsoft. He composed the welcome sound during the introduction for Windows XP as well as the original startup sound for Windows 95.