Comments: Popmart Tour debut of Slow Dancing. It was only played once again on the tour, on 7 February 1998 in Buenos Aires. At the start of If God Will Send His Angels is a very inconsequential snippet - but a snippet nonetheless - of Ultra Violet. Bono sings the first three words, "sometimes I feel", in a melody distinctly resembling that of Ultra Violet. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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The performances were phenomenal- Edge stealing the show with his cowboy line dancing antics (while playing amazing guitar) - and the lemon! Love the lemon, that's my mantra.
This part is only rated, not commented on Recording: "Amazing Grace (remastered by Francesco Donadel)" - 4.5 stars
Great performances, venue crappy sound for nose bleed seats. Audience was right into it - and Canadians are big Diamond fans (from the 70s) and it showed.
I went with my Dad who loved Joshua Tree / R&H but didn't get POP at all - he thought Sweet Caroline was the highlight - and it was a fun highlight!
The night ended in rain followed by nasty lightning storm, not unusual for Edmonchuck at that time of year.
Venue has never been my favourite for sound.
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"Amazing Grace (remastered by Francesco Donadel)"
Lineage: Silver CD manufactured by Kobra Records > Francesco Donadel remaster.
This recording was transferred from the original "Amazing Grace" Silver CD, and it was then rematered by Francesco Donadel.
Very Good Soundboard, quite better than the original "Amazing Grace" bootleg; this is a truly outstanding bootleg -- sharp, crisp sound with prominent vocals and instruments. Crowd noise is extremely minimal.
1. Pop Muzik
3. I Will Follow
4. Even Better Than The Real Thing
6. Pride (In The Name of Love)
7. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
8. Last Night On Earth
9. Until The End Of The World
10. If God Will Send His Angels
11. Slow Dancing
12. Staring At The Sun
13. Sweet Caroline
15. Bullet The Blue Sky
2. Where The Streets Have No Name
3. Lemon (Perfecto Mix - PA)
5. If You Wear That Velvet Dress
6. With Or Without You
7. Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me
8. Mysterious Ways
Sound Quality :
Very good soundboard.
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CT's notes: Received this as a .shn set via DC. Decoded to .wav, edited d1t07 so that the large edit is now a small "pop". If anyone knows how to further smooth this transition please feel free. Adjusted the volume from the start of the show until this edit (when Bono sings "...the highest mountains...") to match the rest of the recording. The source of this boot is pretty clearly the proshot video of this gig; the edit occurs in the circulating video as well. Encoded to FLAC6 with Traders' Little Helper, and corrected the SBE at the end of d1t07.
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did you know
In the live performance of 'The Electric Co.' from 1983's Under A Blood Red Sky, Bono sang a snippet of Stephen Sondheim's 'Send In The Clowns'. U2 had failed to get permission for this 27-second snippet and later agreed to pay a $50,000 penalty as well as removing the snippet from later pressings.