The Tables Are Waiting

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The Tables Are Waiting

Uber Series - # Vol. 40 [IEM mix by Flynn]

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07.03.2003 - Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, NJ

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Disc 1

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01. Intro
02. Atlantic City
03. The Rising
04. Lonesome Day
05. Prove It All Night
06. Empty Sky
07. You're Missing
08. Waitin' on a Sunny Day
09. Does This Bus Stop at 82nd Street?
10. It's Hard to be a Saint in the City

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Disc 2

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01. Worlds Apart
02. Badlands
03. Out in the Street
04. Mary's Place
05. Countin' on a Miracle
06. Jersey Girl (solo piano)
07. Into the Fire

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Disc 3

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01. Intro
02. Tell Me Why
03. Glory Days
04. Born to Run
05. My City of Ruins
06. Born in the USA
07. Land of Hope and Dreams
08. Dancing in the Dark
09. Roll of the Dice

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Notes

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+ Brucebase (07.03.2003): Audience tape - Show includes a one off-cover of the Beatles' "Tell Me Why", as well as a rare "Roll Of The Dice" and and stunning solo piano "Jersey Girl". "Mary's Place" includes a very short snippet of "Land Of 1,000 Dances". Bruce takes a moment after "Empty Sky" to explain the song's "an eye for a eye" lyric. See Johanna's Storyteller for more. Released on CD "Atlantic City Night" (CC) and also on "Atlantic City Remaster" (Red Coat), and available on another unattributed CD set. Most recently released as "The Tables Are Waiting" (Uber #40), an excellent IEM/AUD mix. The sound-check exists as an IEM feed - with a lot of drop-outs.

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+ More Info: Obviously, the audience recording from this show was one of the best audience recordings, basically, ever.  The taper should be highly commended for his work on that night.  There were several times that I considered scrapping this because I wasn't sure if I was actually improving the sound quality.  I went ahead and continued with it if only so that I could have the opportunity to listen to one of the best shows of the Rising tour many, many, many times.  As for whether it is an improvement may be up for the individual listener.  The keyboards and percussion are a bit higher, as are the vocals in some places, and I hope I didn't lose any of the ambience from that special night in the process.

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