Performance notes: Peter Gabriel's drummer and Lou Reed's guitarist ask if they can play with the house band. Bono joins them and sings Lou Reed's Sweet Jane; he alters the lyrics to "Sweet Rose" in honour of a woman in the lounge to whom he sings the song. Later, they are joined by Larry, Adam, Peter Gabriel, Brian Adams, the Neville Brothers, and Joan Baez, but the rock and blues songs they covered are unknown. At 4am, the hotel manager removes them from the lounge but they keep singing in the foyer. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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what they said
"I think it's a really good record, with some great songs. I'm not as emotionally attached to it as I am to All That You Can't Leave Behind. It just doesn't quite hang together as well as that album. It may be to do with the mix of personalities involved but it seems to be missing that same emotional thread."
- Larry on How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb
did you know
Adam Clayton once was engaged to Naomi Campbell, once took lessons from the author of Bass Guitar For Dummies and has been proudly intoxicant-free since 1994.