Comments: Bono gets Larry to sing the end of Stand By Me. Larry says that "I hope all you people in Australia realise you just got a first", but he had sung before: a cover of The Eagles' Tequila Sunrise on 12 December 1987. Meanwhile, Bono takes Larry's place behind the drums; upon attempting a solo to finish the song, he loses one drumstick and struggles to finish. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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Rather hysterical begining of I Will Follow just got me laughing, band is in a very good mood here. Larry's singing was at its top haha no he was quite terrible actually, so was Bono behind the drum kit, but funny nonetheless, you should check it!
Poor but still quite listenable recording.
During All Along The Watchtower I think someone droped the recording device. Recording: Audience microphone - 2 stars
Loud, but I can't blame them.
I Will Follow
God Part II
All Along The Watchtower
Stand By Me
Love Rescue Me
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"We thought: let's actually write songs. We wanted the record to be less vague, open-ended, atmospheric and impressionistic. To make it more straightforward, focused and concise."
- The Edge, on the band's approach to The Joshua Tree
did you know
During the recording of 'She's A Mystery To Me', which Bono and The Edge wrote for Roy Orbison, Bono quoted a phrase from 1987 that he would use on With Or Without You during these sessions in 1989 for Orbison's album: 'Sleight of hand'.