Comments: Spanish Eyes is performed for the first time since 8 August 2001. This is just the third time it has been performed since the end of the Joshua Tree Tour in 1987. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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Excellent perfomance, Bono sings quite a lot with that deep sound from the 80s during ISHFWILF, Spanish Eyes and a bit during some other songs, which sounds amazing! B-man is singing very well these days, I think he's on par with ZooTV! He doesn't sound exactly the same but overall he's just as good.
Bono IEM sounds amazing, some fall-offs, but mostly amazing! A matrix with the Edge IEM and some of the audience recording would probably be absolutely mind-blowing if it could happen!
Can't hear them that much on Bono's IEM, but when I read the other reviews it sounds like I have to give them 5 stars.
Amazing concert! Bono sounds the best he's ever sounded in some areas, this leg is probably one of the best of any U2 tour from what I've heard on bootlegs.
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1. Space Oddity (intro)
2. Return Of The Stingray Guitar
3. Beautiful Day
4. I Will Follow
5. Get On Your Boots
7. Mysterious Ways
9. Until The End Of The World / Anthem (snippet)
10. Bono(talking) 1st part
11. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
12. Spanish Eyes
14. In A Little While
15. Miss Sarajevo
16. City Of Blinding Lights
17. Vertigo / Show Me The Way (snippet)
18. I'll Go Crazy If I Don't Go Crazy Tonight / Relax (snippet)
19. Sunday Bloody Sunday
21. Walk On / You'll Never Walk Alone (snippet)
22. Desmond Tutu Speech
24. Amazing Grace (snippet) / Where The Streets Have No Name
25. Spaceship (intro)
26. Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me
27. With Or Without You
28. Bono(talking) 2nd part
29. Moment of Surrender
We lined up for this concert in the day of the concert around 8:00 in the morning to be as close as we could. After the gates opened
at 5 in the afternoon, we ran fast to get inside the circle. We ended up right in front of Bono (3 meters away).
This was one of the best concerts that we saw in Europe. The crowd was really into it, and "Spanish Eyes" sounded really great
after the last time it was played ( 9 years ago in Barcelona during the Elevtion Tour) . Through this show other songs sounded really good too, Mercy, MLK, With Or Without You, Moment of Surrender , etc, a truly musical journey as someone said awhile ago
This recording is 99% without drops, it's almost a clean recording and a pleasure to listen to. The instruments
and voice are almost like a soundboard , Edge's guitar is just awesome. You'll really feel "closer" to the band.
We will upload this on Dime as well.
Ps: Our complete video of Paris will be uploaded very soon on TTD, stay tuned.
Dedicated to Nicky,
Nuno and Kim
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A local violinist, Steve Wickham, approached The Edge one morning at a bus stop and asked if U2 had any need for a violin on their next album (the War album). In the studio for only half a day, Wickham's electric violin became the final instrumental contribution to Sunday Bloody Sunday.