Another edition of #U2liveshow! We will broadcast the audio recording of a show from the past via our Mixlr.
As part of #U2liveshow we will host many liveshows (audio, but also video if possible) with lots of interesting stuff around it. We will plan them on different dates and times to accommodate as many fans as possible. Every liveshow will also have a rotating host, which will be crew members and fans such as yourself. If you want to host one, let us know!
About this show and recording
This time we're broadcasting our show of the month August 2017, see below for all the greatness about this show.
And the best thing is.. This show was recently re-broadcasted on German television and we'll debut a brand new audio recording of that during this liveshow. After the liveshow we'll put it up on our show pages too!
Date and time: Sunday 20 August, 19:00 PM GMT (on the anniversary date of the show!)
Where: In this topic and on our Mixlr
Hosted by: Welsh_Edge!
We hope to see you there, add it to your calendar
Every month we have a U2 show in the spotlights, the show of this month took place on 1983-08-20 - St. Goarshausen. You can download this show, read reviews or write your own review on the show page here. In this thread you can discuss this show!
"If you want to listen to the War tour, then this one together with Red Rocks are the ones you want to listen to"
1983-08-20 - St. Goarshausen, Germany - Loreley Amphitheater
Out Of Control
An Cat Dubh
Into The Heart
Surrender / Congratulations (snippet) / A Little Peace (snippet) / In The Midnight Hour (snippet)
Two Hearts Beat As One
Sunday Bloody Sunday
The Electric Co. / America (snippet) / Send In The Clowns (snippet)
New Year's Day
I Will Follow
An energetic festival performance from U2 from the War tour took place in August 1983. Quite some snippets were sung during this show, in particular in Surrender which featured 3 snippets. This is also the first time U2 snippeted "America" in a song (The Electric Co.). This show was broadcasted on TV and is available in good quality, a very great gem from the War era!
This was one of the first shows I ever downloaded in video (before Youtube even existed, Oh My!) and I have fond memories of it. It's just an hour long and it doesn't feature many of these years staples (like the killer Threw A Brick / A Day Without Me combo), but oh man what a show. They must have known it was being broadcast or something because the energy was unreal. They even managed to engage with that reluctant and cold festival audience!
Originally posted by BigGiRL:I still wonder how Bono managed to get up somewhere high up in the back. The camera sees him taking a white flag on a pole and like a minute later we see him climbing a ladder in the back...
perhaps this is common knowledge, but most people will already have part of this show at home: five out of eight tracks on the UABRS album are recordings from the German TV registration of this concert - courtesy of WDR's Rockpalast.