Comments: After Seconds, due to the hot, cramped quarters, cups of water are handed to audience members squashed up the front. Other thirsty members of the crowd start chanting for water "over here, over here, over here" to the melody of Here We Go. Simple Minds' guitarist Charlie Burchill joins U2 for 40. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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Ian-in-Uddingston’s recording doesn’t run at the proper speed and has lots of tape noise. Recording levels are at times “too hot,” but no too bad. On the bright side there is a lot of dynamic, clarity and very little tape hiss. Audience is more present – and not necessarily in a bad way! - than in Malcom Beaton’s recording. Besides addressing those issues mentioned, some equalizing might do miracles. Recording: Audio recording - 3 stars
Incredible performance! Highlight for me as well is Surrender: "I want Bruce Springsteen to be president of the United States," and a Bonogolees kinda snippet that sounds like a mixture of Wanna Be Startin' Somethin' and Do Wah Diddy Diddy...
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01-4th Of July / 11 O'Clock Tick Tock
02-I Will Follow
05-The Unforgettable Fire
07-Two Hearts Beat As One
09-A Sort Of Homecoming
10-Sunday Bloody Sunday
11-Cry-The Electric Co.
14-New Year's Day
15-Pride (In The Name Of Love)
ORIGINAL NOTES (U2Trader):
"I Just love this show the quality is fantastic and i will
attach a couple of samples for you to try."
*according to achtungbootlegs these were "Hybrid Casio Capsules."
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 256, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
Band Name: U2
Venue: Glasgow Barrowland, Scotland
Date: 07 Nov 1984
Lineage: Sony Pro > 2nd/3rd? Gen copy from master tape > NERO > FLAC
Taped By: Ian in Uddingston!
Transfered by: BehindBlueEyes
File Size: 614 mb
11 O'Clock Tick Tock
I Will Follow
MLK/The Unforgettable Fire
Two Hearts Beat As One
A Sort Of Homecoming
Sunday Bloody Sunday
Cry/The Electric Co
New Years Day
****** Please Do Not Convert To MP3 ******
Art work not included.
Additional Info regarding the lineage.
Appologies for the incomplete details in the lineage, however
this tape is probally a 2nd generation copy from the master
(at most a 3rd generation copy).
I'm confident in this as I was a friend of the original taper back
in the 80's who I got this from. He was a prolific taper in Glasgow
and Edinburgh, taped using what he called a Sony Pro (no mic details, sorry).
1st gen Copies where then made from the master and these were used to make
the copies which were sold on. This is one of the copies which he gave me.
I'm converting some of my old tapes to CD for my own benefit and do not have
profesional equipment, just my old tape deck and pc.
This tape has come across extremly well, quality is very good plus
(almost excellent). It does not suffer from major tape hiss.
I have not attempted to use noise reduction or EQ on the recording
and present it in it's raw state.
It's a brillant gig and you will not be disapointed if you download it.
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"The first song on The Unforgettable Fire, 'A Sort of Homecoming', I know backward and forward -- it's so rousing, brilliant and beautiful. It's one of the first songs I played to my unborn baby."
- Chris Martin from Coldplay, 2004
did you know
The closing song from U2's third album War (1983) has closed almost 400 concerts. That's almost 33 per cent of shows played.