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Old 10-02-2001, 11:39 PM   #1
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First of all... They are AMAZING.

Second of all... which shows are they from?
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Mostly from shows that U2 did in Denver, Colorado and Tempe, Arizona during the Joshua Tree tour in 1987.

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That's what I figured, thanx.. I should have mentioned that I wad curious about specific dates for each song..
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Originally posted by SkeeK:
First of all... They are AMAZING.

Second of all... which shows are they from?
Hey SkeeK, do you have the full film soundtrack?? If not, this IS fantastic, they're different performances than on the 'Rattle & Hum' cd...



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Quote:
Originally posted by SkeeK:
First of all... They are AMAZING.

Second of all... which shows are they from?
Hmm, let me see if I can do this (almost) by heart.

In the black & white footage:
- I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For: 28 (?) September 1987, Harlem, New York (can also be 26 or 27 September)
- All Along The Watchtower: 11 November 1987, Justin Herman Plaza, San Francisco
- When Love Comes To Town: 24 November 1987, Tarrant County Convention Center, Fort Worth
- All other b&w concert footage: 8 November 1987, McNichols Sports Arena, Denver

The color footage is from 20 December 1987, Sun Devil Stadium, Tempe

I don't know much about the in-studio footage (Desire, Angel Of Harlem, etc.).

I hope this helps.

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Thanks Marty! are there good bootlegs of these shows?
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There are excellent bootlegs of all the ones Marty mentioned Skeek apart from this one...

When Love Comes 24 November 1987, Tarrant County Convention Center, Fort Worth

Im not sure about that one..

With or without you.. from Rattle and Hum is outstanding..




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I can't find any bootleg of the November 8th show on FLOM or any other listing...
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There's a common bootleg of the other Denver show, I believe from the night before (11.07.87) that is very similiar. Another tight version of 'Exit' which is my favorite off of R&H.

It's been said before but I'll say it again, if you like the With or Without You from R&H, try the 04.29.87 Chicago (Rock's Hottest Ticket) version which blows R&H out of the water.
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