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Old 06-05-2002, 05:19 PM   #1
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Adamīs work in Love Comes Tumbling

Love Comes Tumbling itīs a song I have rediscovered lately. And as I usually do, I have played it a lot. I mean, a lot.
The more I listen to it the more I love Adamīs bass in this song. Itīs so funky, so distinct from other songs and yet sooo Adam, know what I mean? Pay attention to the end of the song right after Bono stop singing, isnīt it great? The man was inspired. Great song with great work on bass.

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..one of the first U2 songs to grab me...Wide Awake was the only title available from my local library when my interest in U2 started..almost wore it out through over-use of track 4..

I've always loved the way it never breaks out into too many different directions proving less can be more..it always keeps it tight inside Adams bassline, Edges arpeggios, and one of Bono's smoothest vocals to date IMO..really marks the transition between War and UF perfectly for me
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[BI've always loved the way it never breaks out into too many different directions proving less can be more..it always keeps it tight inside Adams bassline, Edges arpeggios, and one of Bono's smoothest vocals to date IMO..really marks the transition between War and UF perfectly for me [/B]
yeah, what acrob@t said!

it's always been a favorite of mine! i feel adam has always been underrated as a musician. he has definitely improved from his earlier days. Yaaaaay adam!
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LCT is definitly one of my favorite Adam songs.
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i love this song, too. i've always felt it's been one of U2's most underrated songs.
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I've always loved the way it never breaks out into too many different directions proving less can be more..it always keeps it tight inside Adams bassline, Edges arpeggios, and one of Bono's smoothest vocals to date IMO..really marks the transition between War and UF perfectly for me
Great definition for the song ACROB@T. Youīre right. Itīs special, maybe because of that fact, the transition you mentioned.
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