Prodigal Son At The Shrine - Benefit Concert For The Christic Institute

Saturday, 5 November 2011


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Prodigal Son At The Shrine
- Benefit Concert For The
Christic Institute

Prodigal Son – # PS-005-200505SPR1NGST33N


17.11.1990 - Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA




01. “If you’re moved to clap along, please don’t’”
02. Brilliant Disguise
03. Darkness On The Edge Of Town
04. “The address was 39 and a half”
05. Mansion On The Hill

06. “We all live with our illusions”

07. Reason To Believe 
08. “You gotta watch those redheads”
09. Red Headed Woman
10. 57 Channels (And Nothing On)

11. The Wish

12. Tougher Than The Rest 1

13. Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out 1
14. Soul Driver 1

15. State Trooper

16. “When that side of you (is) set loose”

17. Nebraska

18. When The Lights Go Out
19. Thunder Road 1

20. “I caught his first tear on the tip of my finger”

21. My Hometown 1

22. Real World 1

23. Highway 61 Revisited 2

24. Across The Borderline 2




1 Piano

2 With Bonnie Raitt & Jackson Browne


+ More Info: After almost two years off from performing, not including surprise club gigs, and a year of a lot of personal change (he moved to LA, became a father, and broke up the E Street Band), Bruce agreed to do two acoustic shows for the Christic Institute, a public watchdog agency, with Bonnie Raitt and Jackson Browne. Many, many rumors of Bruce´s recording activities circulated in the spring and summer of 1990, and many people wondered if Bruce was going to debut any new songs. Between the two nights, six new songs were played. The first night included the debuts of “Red Headed Woman”, “When The Lights Go Out”, “57 Channels” and “Real World”. The second show for the featured the premieres of “The Wish”, a real rarity until the Ghost of Tom Joad Tour and later released on Tracks, and “Soul Driver”, later released on Human Touch. Bruce also played “Tougher Than The Rest” on piano. “When the Lights Go Out” is never played again, but is released on Tracks. Other highlights from these shows include a slow version on piano of “10th Avenue Freeze out”, “Thunder Road” and “My Hometown”, as well as the acoustic premiere of “Darkness on the Edge of Town”.


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