The U2start Podcast brings you insights into the world of U2 and U2 fans. We talk with passionate and dedicated fans and take you with us in an adventure around the world following U2 on their 2019 Joshua Tree tour.
Episode #6 - From The Great Ocean Road To Adelaide
A day before the show in Adelaide we are joined in the city by Anita from The Netherlands, a fan who had quite a special experience with Bono back in 2015. We talk about the shows in Melbourne and Brisbane and have a look at what the local media is saying about The Joshua Tree shows. We go back in time to review the history of "The Drifting Cowboys" and try to make sense of what Edge and Larry are talking about during the shows.
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"I'm really enjoying changing the odd lyric. "I first saw her face high on a desert plane." That's a beautiful change. In "New Year's Day" I sing, "It's true, it's true, the people break through." Little tiny little things that keep me close to the songs."
- Bono on changing lyrics in live performances, 2017
did you know
The song 'Do You Feel Loved' is a song about sex without love, it's about instinct and sexual desire in first place and love in second.