This is another backing track I made to give back to the community for letting me use great backing tracks for so many years. This backing track is the Joshua tree tour 2017 edition which means there is a piano section. There is a two bar intro to the backing track. I hope you enjoy!
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Ensayos de U2 en Vancouver
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My second contribution to our Cover Album Project Band's March album. Another u2 tune. This time, I went back to what I think is the heart of these cover song projects... in my case, one man, one guitar, one take. Ok, so there were two takes, and they were composited together, but it's much closer to the one man, one guitar, one take submission than I've been making lately. This is the second version I recorded of this song. I did one a day or two ago and it was just too clippy/distorted to keep. This isn't ideal, but it's okay for "free." You can see, I also did the picture-in-picture addition of the little guitar picking bit in the same style that others have been doing. So, yes, all video and audio editing was done in iMovie for this one. Not too bad for an hour or so of work.
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Another collaboration!! This video is with Michael (U2guitartutorials) from U.S.A. I played the piano, the drums and bass and he made the guitar part. Thanks to you, man!! Happy new year to all!!!!! Enjoy this!!!
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I've been on a bit of a U2-related nostalgia trip ever since I played with the band last month, and have been revisiting the album that first inspired me to learn how to play guitar. I wasn't able to throw together a backing track this weekend for Beautiful Day (the very first U2 song I learned how to play), so I figured I'd just quickly record this for now: a mix of the acoustic and Elevation Tour versions of Stuck in a Moment, both of which I listened to and played incessantly way back in 2001. Enjoy! NB: I realize after uploading this that there's one chord that's slightly off in the chorus. In my defence, it's hard to erase almost fifteen years of incorrect muscle memory. :P
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This is my Rhythm version of my Favorite soundtrack song off of Wolf's Rain, Please Rate and Comment on what you think about it, should be learning both parts very soon, working very hard on it, but since i don't read music I learn it all by ear so xD might take some time, but any ways...Enjoy ^^
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Here's a version of The Fly, inspired by live version performed by U2 on the Elevation Tour (2001). I don't play it exactly like Edge here (plus there are certainly plenty of mistakes). I also recorded/programmed percussion, bass guitar, and backing vocals. I used my remote rack wah prototype, controlled by a Boss FV300L. I used 3 patches for this (with some variations). Intro tone (also used on chorus): POD HD500 (instead of Eventide H8000...which I don't have), Filter Factory, DL8000R Main Riff: POD 2.0 (Brit Hi Gain), DL8000R Solo: TS-808 clone, remote wah (sometimes), POD 2.0 (Line6 Insane), DL8000R All feeding AC30TBX and 5e3 Deluxe. Of course after uploading I watched the Elevation Miami video of The Fly and can see clearly how I'm playing the solo wrong... :)
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Where the Streets Have No Name (The Joshua Tree, 1987) Where the Streets Have No Name is a song by U2, from their 1987 album, The Joshua Tree. It peaked at #14 in Canada, #10 in The Netherlands and #4 in the United Kingdom. The song became a staple of live shows, being played 645 times at 642 shows since its inaugural performance 2 April 1987 in Tempe, Arizona. Its critical reception was mostly warm, praised by music critics such as Rolling Stone magazine. In Rolling Stone issue 1054, the song was ranked 28th in the issues list of the 100 Greatest Guitar Songs of All Time. This song is played during the home introduction of the Baltimore Ravens of the NFL and the Vancouver Canucks of the NHL. It was the theme song for ESPNs coverage of the 2006 World Cup. Lyrics I want to run I want to hide I want to tear down the walls That hold me inside I want to reach out And touch the flame Where the streets have no name I want to feel, sunlight on my face See that dust cloud disappear without a trace I want to take shelter from the poison rain Where the streets have no name Where the streets have no name Where the streets have no name Were still building Then burning down love, burning down love And when I go there I go there with you... (Its all I can do) The cities a flood And our love turns to rust Were beaten and blown by the wind Trampled into dust Ill show you a place High on the desert plain Where the streets have no name Where the streets have no name Where the streets have no name Still building Then burning down love Burning down love And when I go there I go there with you (Its all I can do) The Joshua Tree is the fifth studio album by U2, released in 1987. The album features the bands exploration of roots rock, with their music exhibiting influences from bluesrock, folk rock, country music, and gospel music. Lyrically, The Joshua Tree depicts the bands fascination with America, but also its discontent with the foreign policy of the United States. The album increased the bands stature from heroes to superstars, according to Rolling Stone magazine. The album produced several hit singles, including Where the Streets Have No Name, With or Without You, and I Still Havent Found What Im Looking For, all of which remain radio staples. The Joshua Tree won Grammy Awards for Best Rock performance by a Duo or group with Vocal and Album of the Year in Grammy Awards of 1988. In 2003, the album was ranked number 26 on Rolling Stone magazines list of The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. The album is one of the worlds bestselling albums of alltime, having sold over 25 million copies. Note: This is a fan made video clip for entertainment purposes only. I do not own or claim to own anything used in this video. It belongs to its rightful owner.
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Gear used (in this order): Gibson Explorer, Psionic Audio Triad, Fractal Audio AXE-FX This was recorded in my much less spacious dorm type room at school. I do not have the space to use an amp so I recorded directly from my AXE-FX into my computer. The sound is much clearer than my previous videos because I am not using the internal mic on my Macbook. Further information concerning Edge's sound can be found here: http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/U2_recording/ or http://www.u2sound-forum.com/forum/cgi-bin/ikonboard.cgi? Col. 1:21-22
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U2 - Where the streets have no name , at the Laxness Arena in Cologne Jewels in Cologne
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U2 - Trip through your wires, acoustic cover and lesson
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I recently heared U2 playing this great old piece on U2360 and wanted to remember it. I combined the original album version with 89' live in Dublin version. Also combined pure midi backingtrack with some vocal excerpts. Final solo gives the extra punch =)
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This week I'm covering Like a Song off of U2's 1983 masterpiece War. SUBSCRIBE for more videos! Check out more videos on my channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwDOWBIcFFs-HuPh8q9TERw EQUIPMENT GUITAR --------------- Gibson Les Paul Studio PEDALS -------------- Digitech RP360 AMP MODEL ------ Vox AC30 SETTINGS ---------- Gain: 70, Bass: 2, Middle: 4, Treble: 3 EFFECTS------------- Big Muff AMP ------------------- Marshall DSL40C 40W 1x12 Enjoy!
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"Bullet the Blue Sky" is the fourth track from U2's 1987 album, The Joshua Tree. The song is one of the band's most overtly politically toned songs, with live performances often being heavily critical of political conflicts and violence. Overall, it is U2's 6th-most-played live song with almost 650 live appearances. The song was originally written about the United States' military intervention during the 1980s in the El Salvador Civil War. Bono told The Edge to "put El Salvador through an amplifier". The song is a combination of The Edge's guitar slides, Adam Clayton's laid back bassline, Larry Mullen Jr.'s cold drumming and Bono's aggressive and growly vocals during the verses, and a spoken word section during the bridge. Bono was thinking of American President Ronald Reagan as he sang "This guy comes up to me / His face red like a rose on a thorn bush / Like all the colours of a royal flush / And he's peeling off those dollar bills / Slapping them down / 100! / 200!" Although it was never released as a single, "Bullet the Blue Sky" was played at nearly every live concert from its first performance at the opening night of the Joshua Tree Tour on 2 April 1987 through the Vertigo Tour. Its live performances have traditionally been paired with "Running to Stand Still"; this took place on the Joshua Tree Tour, Lovetown Tour, Zoo TV Tour, and the first 46 concerts of the Vertigo Tour. On the PopMart Tour, "Bullet" instead led into "Please"; Elevation Tour performances were followed by "With or Without You" or a cover of "What's Going On" by Marvin Gaye, and on the Vertigo Tour, "Miss Sarajevo" replaced "Running to Stand Still" for the last 85 concerts. During the Joshua Tree Tour, Bono would frequently grab a large spotlight and shine into peoples' faces in the audience, performances during which he also made numerous political references to figures such as Ronald Reagan and Jerry Falwell. He also used the spotlight on the Elevation Tour. U2's following album, Rattle and Hum, featured one such performance of this song, with a pre-recorded intro of Jimi Hendrix's version of "The Star-Spangled Banner". "Bullet" then took on new meanings throughout the subsequent years. On the Zoo TV Tour, it was about Nazism; on the Elevation Tour, it became an indictment against handgun violence, illustrated by references to John Lennon's assassination and an ironic intro video clip featuring Charlton Heston, who was at that time the president of the National Rifle Association. On the Vertigo Tour, it was about religious violence and the final lyrics were replaced by a snippet of "The Hands That Built America". The Edge has always used his black Fender Stratocaster to play this song (with the exception of the PopMart Tour, during which he used a Gibson Les Paul). Since the Zoo TV Tour in the early 1990s, Edge has played a faster, more intricate blues-inspired solo after the second chorus instead of the distorted solo found on the album version near the end of the song. Live performances of the song appear on the concert films Zoo TV: Live from Sydney, PopMart: Live from Mexico City, Elevation 2001: Live from Boston, U2 Go Home: Live from Slane Castle, Ireland, Vertigo 2005: Live from Chicago and Live from Paris. Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bullet_the_Blue_Sky Song: U2 - Bullet the Blue Sky (Live from Slane Castle, Ireland / 01.09.2001) [from the album "The Joshua Tree" / Island Records, 1987] Technical details/Hardwares: - Bass guitar: Squier by Fender Matt Freeman Signature Precision Bass - Amplifier/Soundcard: Line6 POD Studio GX Bass tunning: Eb - Ab - Db - Gb Softwares: - Sound recording: Windows sound recorder v6.1 - Sound mixing: Audacity v1.3 Beta - Editing complete video: Windows Live Movie Maker v2011 Visit my facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/u2basstraps
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http://www.TotallyGuitars.com Learn to play In God’s Country and Running To Stand Still by U2 with this acoustic guitar lesson preview. Full lesson found at https://goo.gl/jrwMWP Visit the site for free guitar lessons, TARGET program, forum, community, and contests. In God’s Country and Running To Stand Still are songs by Irish rock band U2. Both songs are taken from their best selling, fifth 1987 studio album ‘The Joshua Tree’, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary. Besides appearing on the same album, and even though one is quite faster than the other, both songs feature the same feel as well as the same key. Like several U2 songs, when stripped down, they turn out to be relatively easy to play. This lesson covers the progression, the chords in the key of D, the double time strumming, and also takes, for vocal reasons, a short look at how to play them in the keys of G and A. http://www.TotallyGuitars.com Complete Free Lessons Community Chat Room Forum Your Own Blog Recommend A Lesson Membership is free http://www.TotallyGuitars.com join now!
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Rejoice, slower than album, October studio version, a few mistakes, with live single guitar adjustments, and my own unique note adjustments, using basic early Edge gear: AC30 top boost modeling on the Vox AD50V, Electroharmonix Memory Man Deluxe Delay/Chorus pedal, Dunlop raised graphics 1mm pick, played sideways, wide end forward.
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U2 "Trip Through Your Wires" guitar tutorial and cover. Bear with my slight speech impairment lol. Cover begins at 9:16.
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It's been too long since my last full cover, so I came up with this classic U2 song. U2 covers were the main thing in my channel for a long period, so I felt like remembering the good old times =)
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2DESIRE en concert à l'Orient Express, laissez vous envoûter par la voix de FLO, accompagnée de 4 musiciens de talent, Eric, Bruno, Kévin & Arnaud. (filmé par Zabou Espaceconcerts le 4 mai 2013).
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an obcure song from zooropa. Drums i made a loop then played 2 tracks with my elec drums. bass was direct fender jazz into my hd500 set to preset 10a with a comp in front of it. In the background are 2 trackspanned one is a wah disco style sound which is axe fx. same with the other side with a phaser like sound. The main chime sound is axe fx using the pitch block up a 5th and 12th. The solo was tough I ended up using the m13 direct using an oct od into a buzzsaw od and then clipped it by turning the trim on my recorder all the way up to give a ripped speaker sound. Fun song!!!!
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This acoustic version sounds kind of country, very easy to learn to play. Watch also lesson on Year 2 guitar, it will help you use your fingers as anchors and make playing chords for this song and others easier.
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This is the final part to the Exit guitar tutorial series. I feel like I wasn't able to show the solo part clear enough here but hopefully by giving you the notes you'll be able to get it. If you're having trouble you can always shoot me a question and I definitely would recommend checking out my cover of this that I just uploaded for better reference.
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