1987-11-26 - Baton Rouge, Louisiana - Assembly Center, Lousiana State University


Comments: During the soundcheck, U2 film a music video for Christmas (Baby Please Come Home). The song itself was recorded months ago at another soundcheck; 30 July 1987 in Glasgow.
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songs per album

  1. The Joshua Tree (8)
  2. The Unforgettable Fire (4)
  3. War (3)
  4. October (2)
  5. Other songs (2)
  6. Boy (1)
  7. Rattle and Hum (1)
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review by Mattmc24

3 years ago


The band was hot! This was Thanksgiving night. They really sounded great. Lots of energy.


For the era and the type of recording it sounded quite good. Not perfect, but I love it since I was there!
Recording: Audience microphone - 3 stars


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Senior year of high school with my good friend Joey!

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