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NB: same source as "Unforgettable Fire Muenster" but either taken from a
different transfer, or mp3's made with a gain boost (or some kind of
normalization function; e.g., to make mp3 sound louder than the source).
October has the same tape flip, but in contrast with "Unforgettable Fire Muenster",
this Bad has a duplicate in the intro part @1:17 (Bono: "we better stop, [...] or I
get into terrible trouble from all these guys..."), with the first bit of the duplicate
part running somewhat faster (i.e. has a higher pitch).
Disc 1 (1:11:30)
1. 4th Of July / 11 O'clock Tick Tock
2. I Will Follow
5. M L K
6. The Unforgettable Fire
7. Sunday Bloody Sunday
8. The Cry / The Electric Co.
11. New Year's Day
12. Pride ( In The Name Of Love )
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 192, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
NB: same source as "Live From Munster", but this transfer is
from a lossless source (unknown analogue generation).
Date : may 27, 1985
Place : Münster
Venue : Freigelände Halle Münsterland
"UNFORGETTABLE FIRE MUENSTER"
Linage: tape [uag] > cdrecorder Philips 760 >
hd > Cool edit Pro > hd > flac 5 [+ fre:ac > mp3@224]
Taper and equipment is unknown
Tape: unknown gen
01 Intro (4th Of July)
02 11 O'clock tick tock
03 I will follow
07 The unforgettable fire
08 Sunday bloody Sunday
09 Cry/Electric co
12 New Year's Day
Total time = 71:07
"Complete show : Yes or No?"
-I checked this show in Pimm Jal's book . The setlist is o.k.
Then I checked Justin's site[--off line--].
He has a recording that is not the complete show. He knows very
much about U2 recordings. I can split my recording in 2 parts.
Part 1 nr 01 Intro - 10 Bad
Part 2 nr 11 October - 14 "40 "
Justin's recording is my part 1
I'm not sure bout part 2.
In the song October there's a strange thing happening. It look like there was
a gap in the song, which has been removed or or or the last 4 songs are not
from this concert or from another source.
My part 2 is definetely 1 piece, no breaks. It's somewhere in a German speaking country.
The audience shout Zugabe, Zugabe("we want more")
This I have compared with all the setlists of the German speaking places were U2 have performed.
None of them(Stuttgart may 26, 1985 Basel june 1, 1985) compares with my part 2 of this recording.
So this make me think that I have here the complete version of this recording.
If I'm wrong please let me know.
Quality : very good audience
FA + mp3 sample follows in the comments
I hope my English a good enough for you to understand.
BIGGIRL note (2018): The glitch in October is most likely due to a tape flip.
The sound of the second part is consitent with the first part (spectral analysis).
Also: The intro speech of "40" is different than Adenau-Koblenz (Rock Am Ring),
Stuttgart, or Basel.
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 224, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
"When you sing, you have to open yourself up, you have to be raw. And you have to reveal yourself, and sometimes it's very difficult for me to listen to that back, because it might not be as macho as you see yourself."
- Bono, 2002
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