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Mothers Of The Disappeared - U2 - The Joshua Tree (DVD)

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  1. When U2 came to Argentina (Feb 4th ) they dedicated this song to Madres de Plaza de Mayo (Mothers of Plaza de Mayo). Bono said that Mothers Of Disappeared was first dedicated to Mother of El Salvador, but Madres de Plaza de Mayo were the original ones. He said that the argentinian ones were the mother of the ones from El Salvador.
  2. The mothers took the quarter's name because that's where they demonstrated and still do. There are also the "grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo". The investigation comition organized by them both found lots of missing peole, who where babies during the military procces and thought to be orphans.
  3. u2 the joshua tree. surround sound. sealed dvd. rock / history. region 1 dvd /ntsc/60 mins. plays on usa dvd players. fullscreen /color.
  4. About Mothers of the Disappeared. "Mothers of the Disappeared" is a song by Irish rock band U2. It is the eleventh and final track on their album The Joshua Tree. The song was inspired by lead singer Bono's experiences in Nicaragua and El Salvador in July , following U2's participation in the Conspiracy of Hope tour of benefit concerts for Amnesty International.
  5. This DVD offers interesting insight into the music construction process. Your guide for a substantial part of the tour is producer Daniel Lanois, whose influence on Joshua Tree clearly helped make the album possibly the best rock and roll album ever.4/5().
  6. Here's "Mother's of the Disappeared" off of U2's "Joshua Tree" album. To keep myself from going totally insane, I've given treble rhythms above the TAB and bass rhythms below the TAB. Sorry if this causes a headache, but it's the only way that I can post this without having to .
  7. The Joshua Tree U2 Rock · Preview Editors' Notes U2’s fifth album cemented their status as the greatest rock band to rise out of the ’80s. Bono’s bell-like voice and The Edge’s ringing guitar lines were honed to a deceptively simple melodic perfection, bolstered by the rhythm section’s propulsive marches and airy atmospherics of.
  8. Mothers of the Disappeared "Mothers of the Disappeared" is a song by Irish rock band arforwendhalfaurokagoflidobartnar.xyzinfo is the eleventh and final track on their album The Joshua arforwendhalfaurokagoflidobartnar.xyzinfo song was inspired by lead singer Bono's experiences in Nicaragua and El Salvador in July , following U2's participation in the Conspiracy of Hope tour of benefit concerts for Amnesty International.

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