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01 Where The Streets Have No Name
02 I Will Follow
03 Trip Thru Your Wires
04 I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
07 Sunday Bloody Sunday
09 In God's Country
01 Helter Skelter
05 New Year's Day
06 Pride (In The Name Of Love
07 Bullet The Blue Sky
08 Running To Stand Still
09 With Or Without You
10 Spanish Eyes
The first of two back to back nights I taped U2 on the Joshua Tree tour, I finally got around to a proper azimuth adjusted transfer of my master tapes. I've had a number of requests for this one over the last few years and I appreciate those folks patience.
This is a fresh transfer with just a touch of eq'ing to smooth out the levels at least for me it's time to throw the old versions out.
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 192, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
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"Thank God for YouTube, because you can look back and see what you were doing 25 years ago."
- The Edge, 2015
did you know
A local violinist, Steve Wickham, approached The Edge one morning at a bus stop and asked if U2 had any need for a violin on their next album (the War album). In the studio for only half a day, Wickham's electric violin became the final instrumental contribution to Sunday Bloody Sunday.