From Innocence to Experience

from Innocence to Experience

write as if youre dead. That led to an encore where the always-moving One gave way to two more new songs that blossom live: Love Is Bigger Than Anything In Its Way and 13 (There Is a Light). Louis, MO @ Scottrade Center. U2 s May 15 opener of its two-night stay at Los Angeles Fabulous much Ado About Teenagers Forum (the second is tonight) marked just a little under a year since the band sold out two dates at the Rose Bowl on their victory lap Joshua Tree tour, which ended. June 13 - Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center. The pre-sale lasts through Thursday, November 16 at.m.

Washington D.C. - A First Hand Experience

Thats the end of the story, though as the lights went up Monday night, fans exiting the Garden were macbeth As Political Statement treated to This Must Be the Place (Naive Melody a 1983 classic by Talking Heads, who Bono praised during a part in the concert where. May 28 - Atlanta, GA @ Infinite Energy Arena. The songs reproduced were Introduction, Infant Joy, The Lamb, Laughing Song and Nurse's Song from Songs of Innocence, and Introduction, The Clod the Pebble, The Tyger, The Sick Rose, Nurses Song and Infant Sorrow from Songs of Experience. The final half of, experience, innocence features an interpolation of David Bowies Jean Genie in the middle of Vertigo, a Bono harp solo at the close of Desire and The Edges going acoustic on the deep Pop track, Staring at the Sun, which Bono describes. Songs of, innocence and of, experience, shewing the Two Contrary States of the Human Soul. A few first copies were printed and illuminated by William Blake himself in 1789; five years later he bound these poems with a set of new poems in a volume titled. Songs of, experience, deserve placement in future tours. Innocence, Infant Joy, in, experience, Infant Sorrow ; in Innocence, The Lamb, in Experience, The Fly and The Tyger. Down the stretch, U2 make a good case for why the soaring Get Out of Your Own Way and fiery fuzzball American Soul, both from. William Blake Trust / Princeton University Press, 1991. Based on copy of Lessing. City of Blinding Lights, from 2004s largely forgotten How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb, brought Mondays regular set to a close with enough twinkling grandeur to again fill any Joshua Tree void.