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Comments: Well here is my only U2 personal recording. We were in the
front few rows of the small loge deck (below the upper deck) at about
7:00 o'clock (facing the stage). This was a decent place to record
from at that giant cavern. All of the tape flips resulted in no loss
of music. The crowd was really well behaved right around us...but were
very excited during this terriffic show. All in all a very good
document of that great "Joshua Tree Tour". I used to crank a 2nd gen.
copy in my truck to death back in the day...as I'm a big fan of Edge's
"open" guitar sound.
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01-Where The Streets Have No Name
02-I Will Follow
03-I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
05-The Unforgettable Fire
06-Bullet The Blue Sky
07-Running To Stand Still
08-A Sort Of Homecoming
09-Sunday Bloody Sunday
10-Exit / Van Morrison's Gloria (snippet)
11-In God's Country
12-Bad/Ruby Tuesday (snippet)/Sympathy For The Devil (snippet)
14-New Year's Day
15-Pride (In The Name Of Love)
16-With Or Without You/Shine Like Stars (snippet)/Love Will Tear Us
"We decided on instinct almost, that it was the right image for the record, but the intellectual reasons I haven't quite sorted out in my own mind. It has a spiritual aspect which this record has, and also a great deal of mystery which I like."
- The Edge on cover image for The Joshua Tree
did you know
The Edge received a production credit for Zooropa —his first on a U2 record —for the extra level of responsibility he assumed for the album.