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From: Andrew on 2006-11-20 01:17:46
What is SL and SR?
From: Jennifer on 2006-11-20 02:00:45
Saturday November 18th was awesome. U2 were magnificent. it was as though we were watching the dvd.Bono was fantastic, man what a voice. your still a spunk Bono, and Edge what can i say yum yum. Great concert was worth waiting for. please come back very soon...luv ya MWA
From: Matt on 2006-11-20 02:11:13
SL/SR means stage left/right.
From: Lys &H on 2006-11-20 08:43:00
OMG!!! we went we luved it edge luv ya guitarzzz and luv larry'z drumin'i luved it Satudaii waz awesom MWA U2
From: IsDinnerReadyYet on 2006-11-20 21:57:39
Silly question... but why all this stage left, stage right business? Is this for lighting purposes? Filming? Is someone entering/leaving SL/SR?? Or is it Bono's "itinery", ie go to SL to sing this song, goto SR for the next..?
From: Matt on 2006-11-21 07:02:12
It's the last one ... Bono need to know on which side he should be during the song. So I think the setlist of Edge and Adam must look a bit different as they go other paths durig the show.
From: IsDinnerReady on 2006-11-21 23:20:48
Ah, thanks for the explanation!So they do stage blocking, hehe.I thought Bono's moves were all on impulse.... ;-)
From: Johnny Grass on 2006-11-23 03:28:50
I don't know if you work for U2, Matt. But if you don't, you definatly should.Thanks for the awesome shotsCheers!!




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