40/ Do They Know It's Christmas (snippet)/ We Are The World (snippet)
Comments: This is the only time U2 have performed Christmas (Baby, Please Come Home) live. This show also featured the last performance of Trip Through Your Wires ever, the last cover of the Beatles' Helter Skelter, the last Mothers Of The Disappeared until 5 February 1998, and the last Sunday Bloody Sunday until 7 August 1992. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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It's a good show, but nothing spetacular... well, Christmas (Baby, Please Come Home) is played.. it's rare...
The best part of the concert is the encore... countais good With Or Without You, Mothers of Dissapered (not good as previous show but was in setlist) a rare Christmas (Baby, Please Come Home) and great performance of 40
Minerva Velasquez is a bit better Recording: Audience microphone - 4 stars
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The end of tour..
Highlights: Streets, One Tree Hill, Gloria and encore
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Taper: Minerva Velasquez (OK Minerva owns the recording equipment and the master tape. Minerva was sitting with me in the middle of the stadium and Alex did the taping. He was located Adams side 20 feet from the stack).
sony wmd3- Small mic that came with the deck> master tape> my tape.
Line out PC> wav> CDR> EAC> FLAC
Jeff P borrowed my tapes to burn this to CDR before I had a burner for my computer.
Mothers of the D
Baby Please Come Home
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Bit rate: 192, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
"It's a goodbye song of some kind. I feel like walking away from being in a band sometimes. For some people it may be like walking away from a a relationship. Sometimes you feel like walking away from life itself."
- Bono discussing 'Gone' in 1997
did you know
In 2011, Guus van Hove, the director of the Dutch music venue 013, and his girlfriend died of heat exhaustion in a remote part of the Joshua Tree National Park, allegedly searching for the site of U2's tree, which is fact is over 200 miles away from the park.