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Old 04-05-2005, 07:42 PM   #121
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Love and peace was awesome during Anaheim II, Bono sounded so good.
Wow. I just listened to it for the first time... best performance so far!
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Old 04-05-2005, 07:42 PM   #122
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Axver, I forgot about that poem into streets... very moving. The ohter intro that I personally find breathtaking is the one on the boston DVD...

At least the Africa intro on this tour is getting a bit better...
It's not really a poem as much as it is scripture. It is from "The Message" which is an "updated" version of the Bible that is much more poetic in today's language. It is not "canonized" but it is highly regarded. Pretty interesting.
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[B[replace City with Crumbs[/B]
You're mad. Crumbs is my second favourite song off HTDAAB, but you're mad.
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So what do you tapers do to get good recordings, anyway?
Ok well to get the best recording possible, you simply bribe Joe into letting you plug directly into the output of the Soundboard. Go from there. Hehehehe. Acutally there are a few things you do. First is get the gear. I use a set of stealth binaural mic's. Then use either my MD recorder or My buddies DAT. The most important thing is to find a good spot where you can record from. You also have to find a good spot on your body to place the mic's. I place them on my hat between the bill and the cap (Helps shield background noise). Then, and this is key, you watch the show without moving much and without talking (hence why I will not tape when my wife is there).

That is about it, or at least as much as I will say now cause I am really tired.
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It's not really a poem as much as it is scripture. It is from "The Message" which is an "updated" version of the Bible that is much more poetic in today's language. It is not "canonized" but it is highly regarded. Pretty interesting.
Er, no, you're thinking of something else. You're talking about Psalm 116 on Elevation. We were talking about William Wordsworth's Resolution And Independence, which was snippeted on 26 December 1989.
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Even Elevation was played perfectly and sounded great on ANA II
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while we wait...anyone have pics of them and the band?
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I'd rather see an odler song be replaced with Crumbs.. Pride, for instance (though I'm not sure about the Crumbs--> Streets transiton...
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where does one get a boot?
Via bit torrent sites such as The Traders' Den and Easytree.
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Er, no, you're thinking of something else. You're talking about Psalm 116 on Elevation. We were talking about William Wordsworth's Resolution And Independence, which was snippeted on 26 December 1989.
I'm an idiot! No surprise there. After I wrote it I realized you guys were talking about another intro.

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I'd rather see an odler song be replaced with Crumbs.. Pride, for instance (though I'm not sure about the Crumbs--> Streets transiton...
Yeah, I'd go for Crumbs instead of Pride. Open the encore with Streets and follow it with Crumbs and One.
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You're mad. Crumbs is my second favourite song off HTDAAB, but you're mad.
No one's denying that but I still want to hear Crumbs and if I have to sacrifice City - so be it.
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I'm an idiot! No surprise there. After I wrote it I realized you guys were talking about another intro.

Back to your regularly scheduled U2 banter.
Actually, once I posted, I realised that the Psalm 116 intro WAS mentioned in the post and could have been read as being described as a poem, so ...

Well, at least now we're all clear on what's what!
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