U2′s Bono on the new song “Wave of Sorrow” (Joshua Tree remastered)

Posted on Wed Nov 14 2007 at 8:55 pm in the category 1980s, U2 -- Copyright notice

The release of the remastered edition of Joshua Tree (original 1987) is coming up in a few days and the 2 or 3 disc editions (“deluxe” and “superdeluxe”) include the original B-sides, along with a few previously unreleased songs. One of these songs is “Wave of Sorrow” which, as Bono explains, is based on Bono and his wife’s time working in Ethiopia during famine. In this video (from ILike.com) Bono explains the song and even does his own impromptu performance of it!

I’m looking forward to the remastered edition. The Toronto Exhibition Joshua Tree tour performance is still burned in my memory, so this will all bring back very good memories. It’s hard to believe 20 years have passed! I think I’m still 18.

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2 Responses to “U2′s Bono on the new song “Wave of Sorrow” (Joshua Tree remastered)”

  1. Robert Lindsey Says:

    I was in Germany when this came out and I bought two 12″ 45RPMs with Luminous Times (Hold On To Love), Walk To The Water, Spanish Eyes and Deep In The Heart. Great songs.

  2. pharland Says:

    Hello Robert,

    I always enjoyed luminous times which was quite atmospheric.