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Old 06-04-2017, 12:28 AM   #121
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---------- A Rainy Night in Soho ----------
01 - Sunday Bloody Sunday
02 - New Year's Day
03 - Bad / America (snippet)
04 - Pride (In the Name of Love)
05 - Where the Streets Have No Name
06 - I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
07 - With or Without You
08 - Bullet the Blue Sky / Black Dog (snippet) / America (West Side Story) [snippet]
09 - Running to Stand Still
10 - Red Hill Mining Town
11 - In God's Country
12 - Trip Through Your Wires
13 - One Tree Hill
14 - Exit / Eeny Meeny Miny Moe (snippet)
15 - Mothers of the Disappeared
---------- BREAK ----------
16 - Beautiful Day / My Kind of Town (snippet)
17 - Elevation
18 - Miss Sarajevo / The New Colossus (snippet)
19 - Ultraviolet (Light My Way)
20 - One / Hear Us Coming (snippet)
---------- Happy Birthday (for Chris Blackwell) ----------
21 - I Will Follow
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Old 06-04-2017, 12:39 AM   #122
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Thank you, Lila! That was taken from just about the spot where we sat in July 2011!
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I never realized the b-stage was a joshua tree!

(I guess I was too close to it to notice. )
It's the reflection of the tree on the main stage
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Old 06-04-2017, 02:03 PM   #124
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Great show! This was the best I've ever seen them play all these warhorses. My favorite U2 moments are when it feels like 4 dudes in a room banging the songs out, and this show was 2 hours of exactly that. They really are a tuned in, right group. It's incredible how much space they make these simple parts occupy. It was my favorite band playing my favorite album fantastically. Bonus points for Boner really nailing some of his most iconic and emotional parts - specifically the "Wide Awake!" Refrain in Bad. Wow!
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It's the reflection of the tree on the main stage
Wow. I am really naive.

Mind. Blown.
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Old 06-04-2017, 02:18 PM   #126
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A shadow of the tree!
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Thematically they could do a Zoo TV set on the B-stage as the encore on the Joshua Tree they just chopped down
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Great show! This was the best I've ever seen them play all these warhorses. My favorite U2 moments are when it feels like 4 dudes in a room banging the songs out, and this show was 2 hours of exactly that. They really are a tuned in, right group. It's incredible how much space they make these simple parts occupy. It was my favorite band playing my favorite album fantastically. Bonus points for Boner really nailing some of his most iconic and emotional parts - specifically the "Wide Awake!" Refrain in Bad. Wow!
The other members of the band feed off of Bono's energy level....and he needs to give his voice (and body in general) a rest sometimes to perform optimally.

I know he seems superhuman sometimes but he's still a little Irish elf.

I wasn't surprised when this show had some of the best (in places, imo) vocals of the tour as well as very high energy levels (borderline unseen levels during this tour) at times.
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Bad was really good, I thought. Bono sounded on point a lot of the time, I think.
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Bad was really good, I thought. Bono sounded on point a lot of the time, I think.
Yea, man...he had one of the widest awakes I ever heard! Know what I mean?
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Has this been Bono's best show vocally so far?
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Old 06-04-2017, 06:08 PM   #132
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Yea, man...he had one of the widest awakes I ever heard! Know what I mean?


I know exactly what you mean!
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Has this been Bono's best show vocally so far?
Overall, IMO, an easy yes.
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Thanks for capturing the sea of humanity! Looking up from GA, I marveled at how full the stands were throughout the concert. Usually you expect quite a few people to be out buying beer, going to the bathroom, etc, at any given moment. I guess the boys are keeping people glued to their seats!
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Dammit. Looks like there's a good recording on Dime but I don't have downloading privelages yet.
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