1. Correct me if Im wrong, but the statement in the info on this video are wrong, the screaming in this one is a C#, not a D#=´?
  2. Originally posted by LikeASong:I've just stumbled upon what is probably Bono's 2nd highest one after the insane G5 from Night And Day. It's a clear F#5 falsetto, up to now we only had that F5 falsetto from Mysterious Ways and a not-so-clear F#5 from Streets or WOWY in Dublin 89 if I recall correctly.

    The show is the "hungover gig" in Rotterdam 93 and the song is Satellite Of Love. 1:01:15 in the video below:

    [YouTube Video]


    Hmmm, its sounds like the sound is a bit speeded up in this vdeo?
    If it isn't then it is very intressting due to the first Wide Awake in Bad(1:06:24), because its sound like a B in the beginning of the note and he goes up to a C.
    Which is a bit unique for ZooTV, uslaly he sang it in falsetto or scream the note.
    @Any words on this @Melon51?
  3. 8:18, what a energy and strenght in the "Say its true..." part, the Bonos voice in 1986 is overlooked, when it comes to strenght and belting JT and especially LT tour is mentioned, but to me his voice way better and had more strenght and energy in 1986.


    This NYD is also great


    and also this version of NYD


    and another one of NYD


    Wide Awake in 34:15
  4. Gotta correct the title, my mistake it's a #C indeed. But that is (apart from the Bad snippets in AIWIY during popmart) the highest chest note he's done live. Bad studio version is also a C# but live they never did that in standard tuning
  5. Originally posted by LikeASong:[..]
    He was really going all out in Vancouver. He usually did the first round of "don't turn around" in falsetto and then the second one in full voice (sometimes both in falsetto), but in Vancouver he went full voice from the beggining. You can tell he kinda doubts during the first verse but then he thinks, fuck it, I'm gonna deliver.

    38:50

    [YouTube Video]
    This is great, they sound like the album here with a little extra confidence from B.

    Sergio, there's also this other early '92 show where he goes insane at the end of One. It's a different coda than the 'hear us coming' one, he sings something like 'Hit Low'. I'll see if I can find it
  6. Originally posted by Peterrrrr:[..]


    Hmmm, its sounds like the sound is a bit speeded up in this vdeo?
    If it isn't then it is very intressting due to the first Wide Awake in Bad(1:06:24), because its sound like a B in the beginning of the note and he goes up to a C.
    Which is a bit unique for ZooTV, uslaly he sang it in falsetto or scream the note.
    @Any words on this @Melon51?
    @Melon51
  7. If you're talking Bad, he's doing a proper C there. There aren't many ZooTV shows where he'd do the 'Wide Awake' in chest voice the first time round. Usually it was falsetto for the first and a mix for the rest.

    Sattelite Of Love is impressive, because it's really controlled (and indeed F#5) and assuming he'd had a wild night. I was at the birthday show btw!