Comments: During a trip to multiple African countries, Bono attends Mali's famous Festival In The Desert, where he joins renowned Tuareg band Tinariwen on stage. They perform a lengthy jam that we believe was improvised. If you can confirm a title or provide any other details on the song's origins, we welcome your input - please use the form below entitled "send any additional setlist or soundcheck information". Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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U2 incorporated the Third Quarter chime, from the Westminster Quarters, as a guitar harmonic in the song "11 O'Clock Tick Tock".