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The band are really shining. Edge comes through excellently on this boot. They all seem to be in high spirits.
Bullet the Blue Sky starts off with incredible energy. Desire gets the crowd going and has an extended ending. In proper Lovetown fashion, Bono goes crazy on the ending of AIWIY. He really showcases his vocals on Streets and Still Haven't Found. The Unforgettable Fire just slams; Larry nails the drums like nothing else. Bono and especially Edge are blazing through God Part II. Bono improvises something during Bad, or snippets something that isn't listed. He also changes lyrics in Pride. Bono holds a 'how long?' in "40" for an impossible duration, and sings that 'love has come to town'.
It's a little muffled but seems to improve as the show goes on, maybe more like 3.75, though it's pretty uneven in places. There's a slight cut at the end of God Pt 2 and the beginning of the Help! snippet. Recording: Audience microphone - 3.5 stars
They're mainly really engaged. There's a few bits where you can hear random talking but there's a lot of clapping along, cheering, and singing. Someone whistles very irritatingly during Streets. Someone in the crowd is savvy enough to predict the Exodus snippet, and many of Bono's band-intro lines during Gloria.
A very strong show. Sound could stand to be a little bit better but it's still easily listenable. The crowd chatter is occasionally a little distracting. Lots of the songs have that little something extra that pushes them into the zone of being stellar performances. The highlights list below could easily be longer.
- Bullet the Blue Sky
- I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
- The Unforgettable Fire
- God Part II
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The record is good, I think this is a solid 4 stars (even wrote a review on show page) and I will put the info file that I know about the record:
"November 17, 1989
1. Bullet the Blue Sky [4:56]
2. Desire [4:15]
3. All Along the WatchTower[4:25]
4. All I Want is You [5:38]
5. Where the Streets... [5:32]
6. I Will Follow [3:54]
7. I Still Havent Found... [5:13]
8. MLK [1:24]
9. The Unforgettable Fire [4:31]
10. Gloria [4:26]
11. God Part II [3:16]
12. Help [0:45]
13. Bad [6:47]
1. Van Diemens Land [2:54]
2. New Years Day [4:43]
3. Pride [6:17]
4. Angel Of Harlem [3:44]
5. When Love Comes to Town [5:27]
6. Love rescue Me [6:42]
7. With or Without You [5:58]
8. 40 [5:56]
Analog master>dat>cd(as 1 long wave file on 2 discs)>eac>cool edit pro(fixed a few gaps,
fixed the low levels at the beginning of Bullet the Blue Sky, and Normailzed to 100%)>MKW>cd.
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This version is complete, has "God Part II" complete and "With or Without You" and "40" are present in this recording.
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Bit rate: 192, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
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"Larry was pretty much against it. He thought we were exploiting other people's misery for entertainment. Bono definitely felt that we were shining a light on something important."
- Paul McGuinness on the idea of playing Sarajevo during Zoo TV
did you know
Bono stated that he wrote the song 'Kite' about and to his children; yet, after he completed it, he realized that it was a song of his dying father, whom he had a difficult relationship with, but in the end found his peace.