Comments: U2 perform on BBC2's Later... With Jools Holland. Live debuts of Volcano and California. Only Volcano and Every Breaking Wave were broadcast on the live Tuesday episode; more footage should appear in the extended broadcast on Friday, 24 October. Also on this episode were Sam Smith, Zola Jesus, Interpol, the Alvin Brothers, and Slaves. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"Volcano" sounded flat. Should be better with a crowd that's participating. "Every Breaking Wave" still prefer the studio more upbeat version, this version is to melancholy, while the studio version is more upbeat. "California" Sounds great! Best song of the show.
Sound was crisp, quality recording. Recording: Webcast - 4 stars
Audience was lame. I think that's what gave the band problems. Hard to perform with passion without crowd engagement.
They seem to be getting more comfortable with the songs.
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"There's something about performing our songs in front of a large crowd which works. It's to do with the fact that a lot of those people at those shows are there to celebrate not just their favourite band or a favourite band, but actually part of their history and their life and the music that they have grown up with. As much as we're getting applauded, I think people are also applauding themselves and their experience and their life."
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