'U22' is a limited edition, live 2-CD set documenting their U2360° Tour from 2009 to 2011. For subscribers only, this double-CD comes packaged in a U2.com LP-sized 24-page book and will not become commercially available. On U2360° between 2009 and 2011, the band played 110 shows in 30 countries to 7 million people. There were at least 22 songs in the show every night, but over 26 months the set list was continually reinvented. By the last night more than fifty songs had featured, stretching from 2009's No Line On The Horizon all the way back to 1980's debut Boy. It was down to the subscribers of U2.com to decide on the 22 songs (via a vote) that appear on the 'U22'.
In late 2003 TD surprised their fans with the announcement of "Rockface", a live recording from the 1988 North America tour.
This is the first release of a series of (almost) complete, untouched live concerts taken from Tangerine Dream's vaults, carefully remastered by Jerome Froese.
The 20th Anniversary of the Wentus Blues Band from Finland was celebrated in Helsinki at the Alexander Theatre. The show featured an impressive line-up of rock and blues legends, such as Eddie Kirkland, Louisiana Red and Lazy Lester, ex-Rolling Stone Mick Taylor, Kim Wilson from the Fabulous Thunderbirds, Omar Dykes from Omar & The Howlers, Barrence Whitfield (a real rocker in the style of Little Richard), Sven Zetterberg and Clas Yngström from Sweden and the great Eric Bibb - all of whom have a long history of appearances with the band.
Although the Move made barely a ripple in the U.S., they actually did a short tour in fall 1969, marking their only visit to the States. This double CD has live recordings made from their performances at the Fillmore in San Francisco on October 17 and 18 of 1969, most of them coming from the earlier of the two dates. Apparently its appearance was delayed for quite some time owing to concerns about its fidelity, but with the help of "advances in studio technology" trumpeted in the liner notes, it's finally been prepared in a shape deemed acceptable for release. Thank goodness it's passed muster, because the fidelity is more than acceptable, and it's a quite historically interesting document.