11/11/1987 Justin Herman Plaza - San Francisco, California, USAAll Along The Watchtower, Sunday Bloody Sunday, Out of Control / Sexual Healing (snippet) / Dancing On The Ceiling (snippet), People Get Ready, Trip Through Your Wires, Silver and Gold, Helter Skelter, Help, Pride (In the Name of Love)comment: All Along The Watchtower was recorded here for Rattle & Hum; this is the first time U2 had performed it since 1 February 1981 and it is so ramshackle that it was touched up in the studio before the commercial release. 07/08/1986 Kai Iwi Marae - Kai Iwi, New ZealandLet It Be, Knockin' on Heaven's Doorcomment: Bono sang at the funeral of his friend (and U2's tour manager) Greg Carroll at Kai Iwi Marae near Whanganui. The performance, on the show Youngline, was filmed when U2 were still called The Hype. There was no show at Dalymount Park that day, let alone one featuring U2. Only Exit and In God's Country are broadcast, and this was actually the first ever live performances of both of them. 08/28/1981 BBC TV 'Top Of The Pops' - London, EnglandFirecomment: U2 make their first appearance on the BBC's long-running Top Of The Pops. The engineer is Dave Freely, and this recording of Twilight goes on to become the b-side of U2's second single, Another Day, in February 1980 (a new, much more polished version is recorded for Boy). Night Fright and Inside Out are the only two songs definitively known to have been recorded at this session. Broadcast in the following days during the Read show. Both participate in an incomplete version of Mothers Of The Disappeared. The band saw the exhibit in November 1983 in Japan while on the War Tour. Bono's voice was really good! Currently we have 5 reviews for you to read. The recordings of Trevor and Jack in a Box were believed to have been made in April 1978, but the differing audio quality and live debuts of both songs lead us to believe that this date is the more likely source.
Maybe you can send some of them a private message to meet up or talk about this show. 09/16/1989 Sydney Harbour - Sydney, New South Wales, AustraliaLucillecomment: U2 play with B.B. I Will Follow is broadcast on the 24th. The band do not perform any songs. The performance is broadcast two days later on the 18th and features only Gloria, New Year's Day, and Sunday Bloody Sunday. It is unknown how many times the band and choir ran through I Still Haven't Found; there are reports that they ran through multiple versions with a piano, but the piano does not appear in the footage on Rattle & Hum, so that means a minimum of three performances: two with piano and one without. 02/18/1985 RTE2 Studios - Dublin, IrelandInterviewcomment: Dave Fanning Show, 04/17/1985 WBCN Studios - Boston, Massachusetts, USAsetlist not available. 08/15/1980 Theatre Hall - Gorey, Irelandsetlist not availablecomment: U2 headline a show as part of the 11th Gorey Arts Festival. 10/21/1989 Triple M Studios - Sydney, New South Wales, AustraliaSlow Dancingcomment: After U2's concert on 20 October 1989, the band appear early in the morning of the 21st on Triple M radio's The Midnight Show. 06/14/1986 Central Park - New York, New York, USASun City, Give Peace a Chancecomment: At an Anti-Apartheid Rally, U2 and most of the Conspiracy Of Hope Tour performers join Little Steven and his band for two songs.
It is understood that this never aired and the recording of Father Is An Elephant has not surfaced. On this page you can see which members attended or are going to attend this show. 06/28/1986 Croke Park - Dublin, IrelandLove Song, Sun City, Dance To The Musiccomment: Bono makes a guest appearance at a Simple Minds concert. 12/19/1978 McGonagle's - Dublin, IrelandPretty Vacant, Route 66comment: Hot Press’s Christmas party. 08/04/1979 Windmill Lane Studios - Dublin, IrelandOut of Control, Boy-Girl, Stories for Boys, Stories for Boyscomment: U2 records a studio session with producer Chas de Whalley at Windmill Lane, their first at this studio where a number of subsequent albums were recorded by the band. Some mistakes here and there. Edge performs the beginning of Stairway To Heaven, and later on does a full cover of Lost Highway. But it came together really well and we didn't mess with it, although the original version was about fifteen minutes long. Sun Apr 6 1986. The performance of 40 has never been aired. 03/22/1980 Town Hall Theatre - Ballina, Irelandsetlist not availablecomment: U2's first of two visits to Ballina. Out of Control was chosen as the single's a-side after the three songs were played on Dave Fanning's radio show and listeners voted on which they preferred.
A Conspiracy of Hope was a short tour of six benefit concerts on behalf of Amnesty International that took place in the United States during June 1986. Out of Control, Stories For Boys, and Boy-Girl are subsequently released on U2's debut EP, Three, in September 1979. 05/28/1983 Vechtewiesen - Schuettorf, Germanysetlist not availablecomment: An advertisement in March said that U2 were booked to play the Schüttorf Open Air festival on this date. At their first concert in Tokyo on 26 November Bono refers to it having occurred the previous weekend, which would place it on either the 20th or 21st. Show Report / Video / Photos . 09/21/1988 Los Angeles Coliseum - Los Angeles, California, USAChimes Of Freedom, Get Up Stand Upcomment: Bono only - Amnesty International 'Human Rights Now' tour. Some crowd members managed to climb onto the rooftop to join U2. Location. Mike Peters of The Alarm joins U2 for Knockin' On Heaven's Door. Disguised in silly wigs and ridiculous cowboy clothes, they take the stage to play two songs to the perplexed audience as a country and western band called The Dalton Brothers. At the end, Larry comes onstage talking into a megaphone; Bono follows him, takes the megaphone, and repeatedly proclaims "The BoDeans, yeah!" 12/06/1982 Hammersmith Palais - London, EnglandKnockin' on Heaven's Door (with The Alarm)comment: Before U2's set, Bono joins opening act The Alarm onstage.
In interviews Devlin has indicated that work had begun on a fourth track, believed to be an early version of Stories For Boys, but this was not recorded after the session came to an early end following the intervention of Larry's father. Admission is £1.50. The exact date of the recording is unknown. 07/31/1982 International Stadium - Gateshead, EnglandInvisible Sun (with The Police)comment: Bono makes a guest appearance during The Police's set. Read more in our, This part is only rated, not commented on. 06/17/1989 Glastonbury Festival - Glastonbury, EnglandFeet On The Groundcomment: Adam joins the Hothouse Flowers during their performance at Glastonbury. List all details for U2 1986-06-11 - Atlanta, Georgia, The Omni - Conspiracy Of Hope. Show Details. He was accompanied on violin by Gavin Buxton of the Ponsonby DCs. 02/14/1981 (Brielpoort) Rock Follies TV Show - Deinze, Belgiumsetlist not available, 02/28/1981 UK TV 'Old Grey Whistle Test' - London, EnglandThe Ocean, 11 O'Clock Tick Tock, I Will Follow, 03/27/1981 WBCN Studios - Boston, Massachusetts, USAsetlist not availablecomment: Bono, Larry, and Edge guest DJ's. Bono reveals that the band are considering an attempt to replace traditional closer 40, and its "how long" chant, with Mothers Of The Disappeared and a Spanish chant of "el pueblo vencera" (in English, "the people united will overcome"). In Edge's absence Bono plays guitar for I Will Follow. Twilight fades out during ending credits. 07/17/1982 Sheriff Street Community Centre - Dublin, IrelandLet's Twist Again, An Cat Dubh / Into the Heart, 11 O'Clock Tick Tockcomment: Setlist incomplete.
My Baby Left Me was included on another compilation album, Vinyl Verdict. To opt-out of the mobile version click the desktop icon below. 05/08/1983 WHCN Radio - Hartford, Connecticut, USAsetlist not availablecomment: Guest DJs. 01/23/1983 BBC TV 'Top Of The Pops' - London, EnglandNew Year's Daycomment: U2 "perform" on Top Of The Pops, miming to backing tracks due to studio policy. 03/08/1987 Balmoral TV Studios - Belfast, Northern IrelandPeople Get Ready, Southern Man, Trip Through Your Wires, Exit, In God's Country, Pride (In the Name of Love)comment: Filmed in front of a small audience for the TV show Old Grey Whistle Test. 04/08/1987 LA Club - Houston, Texas, USAI Walk The Line, Lost Highway, Lucille, I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For, Folsom Prison Bluescomment: After finishing their concert, U2 go to a local bar and perform a number of songs with the band that was playing there.