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By the time this show happened, the band had been together for just 3 years. They were super young, 18-19 years old, and that comes across in this recording. Energetic performance and super fast tempo in most of the songs! Fun to listen. Also you can see Bono's audience engaging skills starting to develop, which some years later would take him to rival Freddie Mercury as the most brilliant frontman in the world.
It's a 1979 recording, first of all. It comes from a broadcast which was probably recorded into a cassette tape that was subsequently recorded into a vinyl and then re-encoded many years later. The result is a wobbly recording with distant and mostly drowned sound, but you can make out some lyrics, the guitar, the bass, the basic drum sound. It's listenable and due to the age of the recording and its historic importance, it's more than ok! Recording: "Glad To See You" - 3 stars
Very passionate, rare for a TV audience.
One of the first recordings that exist from the band in its earliest stages. Just for that, this concert should be listened and adored by everyone! Features early versions of great songs like Stories For Boys with a different ending, Out Of Control and a particular Another Time, Another Place which sounds as if it had just been born, and it's very different from the Boy version. The sound might take off a bit of the fun but it's understandable seeing the age of the recording. Other than that, this is a gem! Enjoy!!
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Four Wild Irish Roses Part 2
(Demos & Sessions from 1978 to 1989)
Oxygen – OXY 084
barcode: 8 595005 102689
Made in Czech Republic 1996
1 Two Hearts Beat As One [1983 Different version ]
2 October (featuring Wally Badarou) [soundtrack version]
- Old Grey Whistle Test, UK, Feb 28th, 1981
3 The Ocean
4 11 O' Clock Tick Tock
- unreleased songs 1978
5 The Dream Is Over
6 Lost On A Silent Planet
7 Another Time, Another Place [diff. version]
8 City At Night
9 Street Mission
- Kid Jensen Sessions, UK, Sept 9, 1981
- Dublin, Ireland, RTE Studios, 1979
11 Stories For Boys
- US Radio Session (KUPO, AZ) , December 18, 1987
12 Lost Highway (Edge)
- Belfast, N-Ireland, Balmore TV Studios (Old Grey Whistle Test), March 8, 1987
13 People Get Ready
14 Southern Man
15 Trip Through Your Wires
17 In God's Country
18 Pride (In The Name Of Love)
- Aussie Radio, Nov 14th, 1989 (L. Mullen solo)
19 Twist And Shout
20 All Over Now
- Memphis, TN, Sun Studios, November 1987
21 Trip Through Your Wires / She's A Mystery To Me
22 Can't Help Falling In Love
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"Washington is not afraid of student activists and rock stars. But they are nervous when they see men with collars hanging out with students and rock stars."
- Bono, 2002
did you know
While the band and crew were working on the Joshua Tree album's mixing, Lillywhite's wife, singer Kirsty MacColl, volunteered to set the running order for the album. The band told her to put "Where the Streets Have No Name" first and "Mothers of the Disappeared" last, with the rest sequenced according to her preference.