Nós gostariamos de saber a quais shows você foi ou irá. Nessa página você pode ver que membros foram ou irão a esse show. Você pode mandá-los uma mensagem privada para se encontrar ou falar sobre o show.
Great performance of the band during the Unforgettable Fire tour. I think Bono was in good shape though the rest of the band made a few mistakes, which I actually like in concerts. It takes away the 'usual show' label, I love it when something happens like Edge's guitar mistake in Amsterdam in 2005 or the tear gas incident in Paris in 1987.
The first mistake was messing up the intro of Bad (Edge got guitar trouble), which Bono greatly dealt with by improvising a little and then singing a bit of 'Time is on my side'. One of the reason Bad is my favorite U2 song is all the snippets Bono sings during this song, I love it. After a few seconds Edge's guitar was ready again and the band finished the song perfectly. So Bad features a great long guitar intro with a great snippet.
The second 'mistake' (sounds like one) was the intro of Gloria, which is longer than usual, probably because of some technical problem too. Gloria was the song of this show I started listening with high expectations, if I believe my co-crewlid Gerard Gloria is the reason this concert is great. And he is right, Gloria is great and for fans: it lasts more than six minutes!
Overall the band delivered a great performance in Scotland, better than average.
This concert deserves it's 4-stars, it's a great audience recording. You can hear the instruments very good and Bono's voice is clear too. Also the audience noise is not too loud but just good for an audience bootleg. Gravação: "Unforgettable Scots" - 4 estrelas
The crowd was great this show, even though the loud clapping you can hear a few times is a little out of time. If you love crowd noise during a bootleg you should hear to the end of Pride, they sing this song for U2. Also the intro of Gloria features great participation of the crowd, as well as the usual crowd participation in '40'.
Great show, with highlights featuring Bad, Gloria and Bono's amazing voice. The best example of Bono's great voice is during The Electric Co. where he sings the Amazing Grace snippet. It's Bono at his best, I had to playback the song to hear it again.
Bem- vindo à nossa página de áudio, nessa página você pode baixar gravações de áudio (também conhecidas como bootlegs) deste show, em MP3 ou FLAC. As gravações disponíveis estão organizadas pelo tipo e qualidade da gravação.
Me ajude! Qual gravação devo escolher? Como posso ouvir? Como posso converter esses arquivos para .MP3? Responda todas as suas dúvidas e encontre muitas informações. Temos tudo registrado em nossas help and info páginas..
Esperamos que você curta essa gravação!
Podemos lhe pedir para escrever uma curta opinião depois que escutar?.
LINEAGE: Sony D6 > Awia Cm30 Microphone > C-90 [unknown brand & type
compact cassette master] > 24/48 transfer via M-Audio Delta 2496 sound
card > Audacity: Noise Removed, Normalised, tracks split > FLAC >
fre:ac > mp3@320kb/s (16/48000)
01-11 O'Clock Tick Tock
02-I Will Follow
05-The Unforgettable Fire
07-Two Hearts Beat As One
09-A Sort Of Homecoming
10-Sunday Bloody Sunday
11-Cry-The Electric Co.
14-New Year's Day
15-Pride (In The Name Of Love)
*ORIGINAL NOTES (compiled) [RossMan on u2torrents]:
"[T]his is a fresh transfer straight from master to PC,
so it should be an upgrade."
"[N]o split for CD just like the original concert."
áudio / MP3
Bit rate: 320, bit depth: 16, nota da amostra: 48000, canais: 2
Lineage: D3 > ADM2 > WAV > CDR
1. 11 O'clock Tick Tock
2. I Will Follow
4. M L K
5. The Unforgettable Fire
7. Two Hearts Beat As One
9. A Sort Of Homecoming
10. Sunday Bloody Sunday
11. Cry/the Electric Co.
14. New Year's Day
15. Pride (in The Name Of Love)
16. Party Girl
"People right up in the ring were seeing us really close, probably closer than ever before but they weren't getting a sense of what the screen was really doing. And then people at the very back saw this amazing show."
- The Edge on the 360 tour
While the band and crew were working on the Joshua Tree album's mixing, Lillywhite's wife, singer Kirsty MacColl, volunteered to set the running order for the album. The band told her to put "Where the Streets Have No Name" first and "Mothers of the Disappeared" last, with the rest sequenced according to her preference.