Comments: Festival line up includes Warren Zevon, The Eurythmics, Simple Minds, Peter Gabriel, and Van Morrison. Jim Kerr of Simple Minds joins U2 on stage during 11 O'clock Tick Tock. After I Will Follow, Happy Birthday is sung for drum technician Tom Mullally. Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart of Eurythmics come on stage during the latter portion of 40. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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Note to self: the repaired "original broadcast" still has a nasty bass-hum in some parts of the recording (e.g. after Gloria). I should really fix this one day.... Recording: "Somewhere In Summertime" - 5 stars
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Festival Grounds, Werchter, Belgium
July 3, 1983
"Somewhere In Summertime"
(Original "KRO Rocktempel" broadcast, repaired)
01-Out Of Control
03-An Cat Dubh
04-Into The Heart
06-Two Hearts Beat As One
07-New Year's Day
08-Sunday Bloody Sunday
10-11 O'Clock Tick Tock (feat. Jim Kerr)
11-I Will Follow
12-"40" (feat. Annie Lennox)
Track 1 = Source 2
Track 2 = Source 2 & 3 (spliced @ 3:16)
Track 3 = Source 3, spliced at the end with Source 1 (see "EDIT," below)
Track 4-12 = Source 1
Source 1: [UAG] as shared by Dana Fletcher on U2torrents#
FLAC > WAV
*trusted to BIGGIRL way back in the begining of this century...
> Repair: Source 1: speedcorrection + 1.06 semitone
(reference: re-broadcast 2007) > EQ > VOL ADJ.
Source 2: speedcorrection + 0.01 semitone
Source 2: speedcorrection + 0.47 > EQ > VOL ADJ.
(reference: re-broadcast 2007) > EQ
NB: Source 2 & 3 received additional noise reduction
in order to smoothen the transitions between the sources
(Source 3, however, still suffers from a lot of noise...)
EDIT: Transition between Source 1 and 2 has been made by rendering
the last 15 seconds of Source 1 > to mono 9 (2 chanels) > graphic eq
(normalized against start Source 2). Removal of interview between SBS
and "Gloria". NB: In Gloria DJ still says""This is a recording made by
KRO Rocktemple" (but then something like this in Dutch).
NB: I believe this is the first time that features the original introduction:
(translation) "Yes...finally it is time... [Raise them] high those flags, high
in our hearts - high too, in my opinion, are the prizes of petrol [benzine]
these days... Here is U2!"
#Original notes (Dana)
"This is from 2 differnet Radio sources. First 3 tracks source 1 B+
The rest are from source 2 A-/A [supposedly recorded by Pimm Jal De La Parra, BG]
PS: The tracking is longer than the setlist posted above. They are split
between every Bono speach and snippet."
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Bit rate: 256, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
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I'm a drummer. Chicks dig me."
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did you know
The band considered releasing The Joshua Tree as a double-album that would have included B-sides. Bono was the most vocal proponent of the idea, whereas The Edge argued for the 11-track version that was ultimately released.