1987-04-05 - Tucson, Arizona - Community Center

setlist

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songs per album

  1. The Joshua Tree (7)
  2. The Unforgettable Fire (5)
  3. War (3)
  4. Other songs (3)
  5. October (2)
  6. Boy (1)

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numda01
Connecticut
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review by cesar_garza01

2 years ago

Performance

Excellent show! One can say this was the proper debut of the JT tour, since Bono's voice was not present in Tempe

Sound

The Mark Anderson source is excellent for the era. Check the info file for a cool story on how he obtained such good sound.
Recording: "Mark Anderson Source (Incomplete)" - 4.5 stars

Audience

Very good, shouting, singing and clapping, but Bono was not happy with the singing of the public in People Get Ready and jokes: "Is this not America? I thought this was a tradition for Americans"

Overall

If the new source were complete, I'd give it 5 stars. It is missing MLK, TUF, People Get Ready and 40 (the taper left an extra tape in the car!). No biggie, since I put the old source for those songs.
About the show: a truly great JT show, with a shaken setlist: IWF and Gloria in the same concert, Lucille (rarely played), WOWY after October, ISHFWILF without any speech by Bono, TUF at the encore, etc. Bono "dedicates" Pride to Gov. Mecham who had cancelled MLK's day (and later he was impeached)
Highlights: Practically all songs, but specially: Gloria, RTSS, Bad, WOWY (superb 2nd performance ever, with Bono showing off his vocal skills, love it) and Lucille.
I only wish they had played something else other than Maggie's Farm that day.


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"Mark Anderson Source (Incomplete)"

  • Origins: Audience microphone
  • Credits: Mark Anderson (Audio Taper)
  • Equipment: Soundforge (Sound Editor), Sony WM-D6C (Audio recording device)
  • Lineage: Sony D6C Master Cassette> 16 Bit Wav> fLAC> mp3 >You
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  • Downloads: 226
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"2nd gen from Ed. C Phernetton (incmpl.)"

  • Origins: Audience microphone
  • Credits: Ed Phernetton (Recording transferer)
  • Equipment: Sony WM-D6 (Audio recording device)
  • Lineage: 2nd gen cassette (XLII) > wt2496 > wav > cdwav > flac > fre:ac > mp3
  • Downloads: 14
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Bit rate: 224, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
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"Joe Dupre master - version 2"

  • Origins: Audience microphone
  • Credits: Joe Dupre (Audio Taper)
  • Equipment: Sony WM-D3 (Audio recording device)
  • Lineage: ECM Series Mic > Sony WM-D3 > Analog Master (XLII) > DAT at 32khz > wt2496 > cepro > cdwav > master CDR > eac secure > flac > mp3
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  • Downloads: 404
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"Joshua Tree Tucson (JD version 1)"

  • Origins: Audience microphone
  • Credits: Joe Dupre (Audio Taper)
  • Equipment: Sony WM-D3 (Audio recording device)
  • Lineage: ECM Series Mic > Sony WM-D3 > Analog Master > CD-R > mp3
  • Downloads: 15
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