In late 1989 U2 played to 60,000 at Lancaster Park. Exhausted by a relentless schedule and criticism of their recent explorations of American music, the band hoped for a short, fun tour with BB King. These performances were shot for music show CV. Reaction to show opener ‘Where the Streets Have No Name’ shows it was a good idea not to give up on the song during recording. After the classic ‘I Will Follow’, Bono invites a cool as a cucumber audience member up to play guitar on ‘People Get Ready’. U2 went on to reinvent themselves in Berlin with the acclaimed Achtung Baby.
This guy is cool man. This guy is cooler than anybody in the band actually. Says his name is JB.– Bono, after inviting an audience member up on stage to play guitar
'The Streets Have No Name' (1987) composed by U2 - released as a single from the album The Joshua Tree.
'I Will Follow' (1980) composed by U2, the second single from the band's debut album Boy.
'People Get Ready' (1965) originally recorded by the Impressions and composed by Curtis Mayfield, a single from the album People Get Ready.