UPDATE MARCH 18, 2019:
1985-03-27 - Montreal, Quebec - The Forum
Two distinct sources: one very nice soundboard, and one pretty good audience recording.
Yet, six different entries…
The story of the audience source is seems quite simple: there is just one recorded with a SONY Walkman with "handheld mic" by
According to @_Bishop_ the master is on a TDK SA 90 (see http://u2torrents.com/t?id=9318). It circulates as a "3rd or 4th" generation transfer done by @dana (on a SONY WM-D3), and either as the master, or as a somewhat lower generation transfer.^ This (yet unidentified by me) transfer was done with a Sony 909ES Integrated Amp and a Nakamichi CR-1A Tape deck. It runs quite consistently with only a little "wobble". The Dana transfer has much more wobble and also a bit more hiss (samples on the show page / audio tab).
The soundboard misses the first three tracks (+ the "4th Of July" PA intro) and, if I understand correctly, surfaced first on the Disco Bol Records bootleg "Cinema Screen" dated 1999. It is a bit odd however that this title didn't appear in the classic For Love Or Money (FLOM) bootleg guide by Sascha Kremer that was updated last in October 1999. But perhaps it was a X-mas release...?
Still, some years later (not sure when exactly, but definitely no later than
The soundboard was also bootlegged by Godfatherrecords on "Burning Down Love" (G.R. 161/162) together with the soundboard from 1987-06-12 Wembley Stadium - the soundboard that we also have @Bonoman66 to thank for...!
And then there is also the @noiseless remaster of the soundboard. I don't like it very much because it has a very loud hum:
Anyway, still some mysteries as to the sources of this show...
If you have additional information regarding the recordings of this show, please send me a pm
^NOTE: At this point I can not determine if the audience recording (Sony Walkman - Taper JT) is a transfer from the master. My best guess (based on noise and hiss) is that it is a transfer from a low gen (either 1st or 2nd).
^^NOTE: @ademotte noted on dime (2012): "Very nice soundboard originally posted to U2torrents and DIME in April 2006 […]"