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Overall an solid show with the exception of Wild Horses. The band began the song, it didn't seem to be going right to Bono and he stopped the the song. Larry looked very upset and they barely got through the second run through. The show itself from there was good, although a bit shorter than many Zoo TV shows.
This part is only rated, not commented on Recording: Audience microphone - 3.5 stars
This part is only rated, not commented on
Zoo TV continued it's run in San Diego and continued it's concert changing experience for everyone involved.
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Sony ECM-939 mic > Sony WM-D6C (Sony ES Metal, Dolby C)
Master cassette > Nakamichi CR-7A (azimuth correction) > Peak 5.0 > gentle JEMS mastering via TC Finalizer > mastered CD-R > FLAC
01 Zoo Station
02 The Fly
03 Even Better Than the Real Thing
04 Mysterious Ways
06 Until the End of the World
07 Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses
08 Tryin' to Throw Your Arms Around the World
09 Angel of Harlem > Dancing Queen
10 Satellite of Love
11 Van Diemen's Land
12 Bad > All I Want Is You
13 Bullet the Blue Sky
14 Running to Stand Still
15 Where the Streets Have No Name
16 Pride (In the Name of Love)
17 I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
18 With or Without You
19 Love Is Blindness
What do you know, I found part two (not that you care, but it was in
the garage lurking as the B-side to a cassette also containing the
second part of a Little Village[!] concert I recorded in LA a week
Another of the several indoor Zoo TV shows JEMS captured, this one
looks short but is complete as the band skipped "Desire" and
"Ultraviolet" this night. On the bright side, the set boasts a real
"Van Diemen's Land" and a extremely spirited crowd. This is another
halfway up, halfway back job, and you'll here a bit of low talking
here and there, but it is otherwise serviceable.
I'm 99% sure I've never copied this tape, in part because it wasn't
until this weekend that I found the last four songs.
There are more. I'll get to them as I can, though I'm inclined to put
up a sweet first gen. Brussels '87 I stumbled across yesterday that was recorded by an old acquaintance, GS, who I don't think was a U2 fan or really traded much.
Butterking for JEMS
PS: I resisted calling this San Diemen's Land or Van Diego's Land
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 235, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
"Filming Red Rocks cost us thirty grand. That was all the money we'd make. This was the first tour we were going to make any money at all, and this is where we put it, so there was a lot riding on that night."
- Bono on filming Red Rocks
did you know
Adam was part of the the chorus line of the song 'Do They Know It's Christmas'.