April 30th, 2005

Jenny Lewis - Smile

From the RollingStone.com Newsletter...


U2 invited about 3,000 fans onto the set of their latest video, for the upcoming single "City of Blinding Lights" Wednesday night at Vancouver's GM Place. Those who responded to a posting on their official Web site in time were cast as extras and then treated to live renditions of "Vertigo," "All Because of You" and "Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own." BONO also led the band and the crowd through the "Hokey Pokey."

I don't know about anyone else, but the image of U2 doing the "Hokey Pokey" makes me happy on the inside. "Time won't take the boy out of this man", indeed. :)

Plus, *squee!* for "City of Blinding Lights"! Definitely my favorite track on How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb, and fast becoming one of my favorite U2 songs ever.
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    amused amused

Vertigo Tour 2005 - Live in Chicago?

From @U2:

Hamesh Hamilton, director of U2's Elevation 2001: Live in Boston DVD, has been spotted at several recent Vertigo Tour shows, and tonight he confirmed why with @U2 staff attending the 2nd Vancouver concert: He's been making plans for a DVD shoot that's planned for the Chicago shows beginning next weekend.

I think I speak for all of us when I say... sweet!
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    cheerful cheerful
for_victory :: found peace

vancouver 4/29 concert

Yesterday's concert was absolutely amazing. I was wondering, if anyone knows the songs, in order, of preformance yesterday night at GM Place. Also, does anyone have any up close pics of Bono and the boys from 4/29 or 4/28?

btw: what was the website to check out so we could send our imput to the prime minister?
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Song of The Day

Today's selection is "Yahweh" from How to Dismantle An Atomic Bomb (2004)

Thoughts: I really like "Yahweh" despite the fact that the songs in the latter half of HTDAAB are generally the weaker ones from the album. I really like the harmonies and how it feels really sonically alive because of the instrumentation. It's one of those songs that work because it caps a really strong album and brings the audience, most of them anyway, into a place that feels familiar and soothing rather than putting the pedal to the metal and driving them away from things.
  • Current Music
    Stars, "This Charming Man"