this IS U2. it feels like the band is covering themselves. I mean that in the best possible sense. what a magic moment for all you people in nz. they should bring out such jewels more often. shivers….
Ahh, man! That was something!
It was indeed One of those Magic moments on this tour – just being there to hear that song makes a dream come true: Fantastic!
oh my … I actually teared up before they even started the song, as soon as Bono mentioned the seeds. Wow. What a gem, how I can sometimes miss JT-era U2 so badly! But how heartening that they can play the song now, so beautifully, and Bono can sound so incredible. Wow, wow, wow.
Amazing. Amazing. Amazing. They played it phenomenally…even after years of not playing it. It sounded like that rare Joanou clip that never made Rattle & Hum. One of their best songs. Hands down.
Man, is it just me or is Bono’s voice amazing in that clip? He sounds like he did 15 years ago.
Not to scare you, RobertB, but Joshua Tree was released nearly TWENTY years ago.
thank GOD for YouTube!! please, please, please play this in Hawaii! i know the chances are slim, but one can hope. was there in Oakland last year when they played a snippet of OTH, but this clip was amazing. wow!
Adorei a vizita do u2 aqui em meu país,Bono salve o Brasil desses políticos corruptos!!!!
Tank´s for all!!!
It was nice to see them actually practice and really put effort into playing something special.
Shame they can’t (won’t) do it more often, but when it really mattered (this performance) they knocked it out of the park.
My oh my, that was a fantastic performance of one the best U2 non-single songs. What a thrilling treat it must have been for the NZ to have OTH performed for them and with such reverence and style.
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