Giants Stadium 2009 (No Label Info Given)

Thursday, 31 May 2012


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Audience tape available as "Rockin’ Down The Giants" (Godfather) and IEM. DVD available (NYCBC). Darkness On The Edge Of Town is the album of choice tonight. In December 2010 the ten Darkness On The Edge Of Town tracks were released on CD "Darkness At Giants Stadium" (Social Graces) from an excellent IEM recording. The entire show (combined with the next night) is released on the same label in May 2012 as part of six-CD set 'Giants Stadium 2009'. Marketed as soundboard sourced, but it is actually an IEM. Video and audio of "Wrecking Ball" are officially released - audio via iTunes in the US and as a limited edition (US and Europe) 10" single for Record Store Day in April 2010, and video as an accompaniment to the iTunes single and a bonus track on the London Calling: Live In Hyde Park DVD and Blu-ray. The video is edited by Chris Hilson and Thom Zimny, and uses some footage from other nights in the Giants Stadium stand. "Jailhouse Rock" and "Long Walk Home" are tour premieres. "Cadillac Ranch", "I'm Goin' Down", "Be True", "Jailhouse Rock", and "Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)" are played by sign request. Jay Weinberg drums on "Born To Run". Patti Scialfa is not present.

  • Brucebase Info (03.08.2009)

Audience tape, IEM and DVD available (NYCBC). Night three sees Born In The U.S.A. performed. "Last To Die" is a tour premiere. An IEM recording of just the album performance is available on CD "Innocent And Glory Days" (Social Graces). The entire show (combined with the previous night) is released on the same label in May 2012 as part of six-CD set 'Giants Stadium 2009'. Marketed as soundboard sourced, but it is actually an IEM. "Jersey Girl" is played by sign request. Along with Curt Ramm on trumpet, "American Land" features his Sessions Band bandmates Art Baron on pennywhistle, Lisa Lowell on backing vocals, and Jeremy Chatzky on upright bass. Patti Scialfa is not present.

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Giants Stadium 2009



Live Compilation


2009.10.02 - Giants Stadium, Meadowlands, NJ

2009.10.03 - Giants Stadium, Meadowlands, NJ


Live at Giants Stadium

Meadowlands, NJ

October 2, 2009

Disc 1

01. Wrecking Ball
02. Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
03. No Surrender
04. Outlaw Pete
05. Hungry Heart
06. Working On A Dream


"Darkness On The Edge Of Town"


07. Intro.
08. Badlands
09. Adam Raised A Cain
10. Something in the Night
11. Candy's Room
12. Racing in the Street
13. The Promised Land
14. Factory

Disc 2

01. Streets Of Fire
02. Prove It All Night
03. Darkness On The Edge Of Town


04. Waitin' On A Sunny Day
05. Raise Your Hand
06. I'm Goin' Down
07. Be True
08. Jailhouse Rock
09. Thunder Road
10. Long Walk Home
11. The Rising
12. Born To Run

Disc 3

1. Cadillac Ranch
2. Bobby Jean
3. American Land
4. Dancing In The Dark
5. Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)


Live at Giants Stadium

Meadowlands, NJ

October 3, 2009

Disc 4

01. Wrecking Ball
02. Out In The Street
03. Outlaw Pete
04. Hungry Heart
05. Working On A Dream


"Born In The USA"


06. Intro.
07. Born In The U.S.A.
08. Cover Me
09. Darlington County
10. Working On The Highway
11. Downbound Train
12. I'm On Fire

Disc 5

01. No Surrender
02. Bobby Jean
03. I'm Goin' Down
04. Glory Days
05. Dancin' In The Dark

06. My Hometown


07. The Promised Land
08. Last To Die
09. Long Walk Home
10. The Rising
11. Born To Run

Disc 6

01. Applause
02. Raise Your Hand
03. Jersey Girl
04. Kitty's Back
05. Detroit Medley
06. The American Land
07. Waitin' On A Sunny Day
08. Thunder Road


Complete shows.

Stereo soundboard (from original masters)

This six-CD set has just surfaced.


Bruce Springsteen - lead vocals, guitar, harmonica ; Roy Bittan - piano, synthesizer, accordion ; Clarence Clemons - tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone, percussion, pennywhistle, piccolo, harmonica, whistling, background vocals; Nils Lofgren - guitar, pedal steel guitar, accordion, background vocals ; Patti Scialfa - background vocals, acoustic guitar, tambourine ; Garry Tallent - bass guitar, background vocals ; Steven Van Zandt - guitar, mandolin, background vocals ; Max Weinberg – drums


Charles Giordano - organ, accordion, electronic glockenspiel, background vocals ; Soozie Tyrell - violin, acoustic guitar, percussion, background vocals ; Jay Weinberg – drums ; Curtis King - background vocals, tambourine ; Cindy Mizelle - background vocals, tambourine ; Curt Ramm – trumpet


With thanks to Lincoln Park Mark.



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Third Night at Monmouth Arts Center – Original Master Series (Fanatic Records)

Monday, 28 May 2012


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Audience tape. Live premiere of one of Bruce's finest songs, "The Promise", with different lyrics to later versions (not least the chorus is "it's a loser" rather than "thunder road"). "Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)" features an extended mariachi-style introduction, Roy playing a bit of Bach's Prelude No. 1 in C Major (BWV 846), and a snippet of "Theme From Shaft" in the midsection. Released on CD "Delivering The Promise" (B Street), CDR "Third Rendezvous In Red Bank" (B Street) and from the master cassettes on CDR "“Third Night at Monmouth Arts Center” (Original Master Series).

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Third Night at Monmouth Arts Center – Original Master Series



03.08.1976 - Monmouth Arts Center, Red Bank, NJ

Disc 1

01. Night
02. Rendezvous
03. Spirit In The Night
04. It's My Life
05. Thunder Road
06. She's The One
07. Born To Run
08. The Promise
09. Backstreets

Disc 2

01. Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
02. Jungleland
03. Rosalita
04. 4th July Asbury Park (Sandy)
05. Raise Your Hand
06. You Can't Sit Down


Here begins the original master series of the Monmouth Arts Center- Redbank, NJ shows from 1976 provided once again by Mr Anonymous. Along with these recordings are also rare photos he took at those shows. So the artwork will be as authentic as it gets for this period. These will not be released in sequence, but I was promised that eventually we will get all six of the Redbank shows coming from the master tapes. We have a very rowdy and enthusiastic crowd on the night of this 15 song set. This is the very first time THE PROMISE is performed live! It also has slightly different lyrics than later versions. So this one is indeed another special show. I boosted the volume and tweaked the sound. This made a difference as the original master sounded somewhat distant. If you enjoy this period in Bruce Springsteen’s career, you’ll love this show!


Fanatic Records in association with Mr Anonymous is proud to share this recording with Bruce Springsteen fans worldwide!


- Rob Oslan (Fanatic Records)



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The Fox (JEMS & Slowburn)

Sunday, 27 May 2012


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Regional live FM broadcast simulcast by about twenty radio stations throughout the south-eastern United States. This was a make-up show that had originally been slated for July 23, but which had been postponed (along with three others) due to Bruce coming down with a throat infection. On the audio Bruce can be heard apologizing for being sick and missing the original date. Excellent radio broadcast released on CD 'Fox Theatre Presents The Boss' (PPL), 'Here's To Ya, Pts 1, 2 & 3' (Turtle Records) and in best quality as 'Same Old Played Out Scenes' (Doberman). In August 2011 a pre-FM recording titled 'The Fox' (JEMS) emerged - a major upgrade over the FM broadcasts. Unfortunately this recording is incomplete, missing the encores, around six minutes of "Prove It All Night", and the start of "Racing In The Street". On the flip-side "Backstreets" is now complete, and several spoken segments are no longer missing. The quality of this recording is peerless, and an essential listen. This upgrade is also available on three-CD set 'The Definitive Atlanta' from Masterpiece Records and 'Everybody's Rockin' Tonight' from Godfather. The gig contains the only known Springsteen performance of James Brown's “Night Train” (while the stage is cleared of the fake snow that fell during "Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town"), and stand-out renditions of "Independence Day" and "Backstreets". Thanks to Robert for details.

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The Fox



30.09.1978 - Fox Theatre, Atlanta, GA

Disc 1

01. Good Rockin' Tonight
02. Badlands
03. Spirit in the Night
04. Darkness on the Edge of Town
05. Independence Day
06. The Promised Land
07. Prove It All Night
08. Racing in the Street
09. Thunder Road
10. Jungleland

Disc 2

01. Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town
02. Night Train
03. Fire
04. Candy's Room
05. Because the Night
06. Point Blank
07. Not Fade Away / Gloria / She's the One
08. Backstreets / Sad Eyes

Disc 3

01. Rosalita
02. Born to Run
03. Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
04. Detroit Medley
05. Raise Your Hand


Without question, a significant factor in what makes the Darkness tour Bruce's greatest in the minds of many is the series of live FM broadcasts he did from July to December 1978.

These sublime broadcasts reached listeners who had only heard tales of how good Bruce and the band were in concert and now they could hear it for themselves. Those who were already fans considered the Agora or Winterland wonderful gifts and surely hundreds if not thousands recorded them off the radio as they happened and played them again and again like the rest of us because they sounded so good. For an entire generation of fans, the Darkness tour broadcasts were the catalyst to deeper devotion, especially in Europe.

That's because those off-air recordings provided the source tapes for major bootleg releases like Piece De Resistance (9/19/78) and Live in the Promised Land (12/15/78). It has been suggested that as many as 50,000 copies were sold of the three-LP Piece. And there's a plausible, long-standing theory that Springsteen's fanbase in Europe was ignited by these bootlegs. Remember, in 1978 Springsteen didn't tour Europe (it would be another three years before that happened), and he played a mere four shows there in 1975. For fans starved for Springsteen in England, Italy, Sweden or Germany, the Darkness tour bootlegs confirmed the legend and expanded the base.

And while The Roxy, The Agora, Passaic and Winterland have become so iconic as to be treated as proper nouns, there were five radio broadcasts in 1978, not just four.  So why isn't The Fox another capitalized term in the Springsteeen Dictionary?

September 30, 1978, a mere 11 days after the Passaic broadcast blasted out of radios throughout the northeast, the E Street Band rolled into the Fox Theater in Atlanta for the first of two shows (rescheduled from July after Bruce came down with a throat infection) that marked the end of the first long leg of the Darkness tour. Night one was broadcast live across the southeast on 20 or so radio stations according to the indispensable Brucebase Wiki.

As legend has it, on the night of September 30, storms rolled across the region and the bad weather is blamed for reception problems with the radio broadcast. Unlike Passaic where masses recorded, it seems but a few folks in the south had their tape decks rolling as Bruce took the stage at the Fox, and tapes of Atlanta have never been as good as the other four '78 broadcasts.

The best bootleg source to date, Same Old Played Out Scenes (Doberman), describes the recording problems in its liner notes: "major reception problems and resulting sound defects for most people recording [are] the principle [sic] reason why this concert has become something of a rarity on unofficial releases over the years as the sound quality was just not as good as the other [broadcasts]." So much so that the Atlanta show never even made it to bootleg vinyl, which is amazing when you consider how widely bootlegged the other four shows were.

Same Old Played Out Scenes itself is a composite of "four different source tapes," per the liners, "with the great bulk of the material taken from a previous CD release called Here's To Ya, which remains, as far as we know, the best sound quality source tape of this concert, though with certain songs that were either edited or suffer major disruption replaced by the best possible alternate recording."


Isn't this the point in the notes where I write "until now"?


Earlier this year, JEMS acquired several tapes from a kind and generous soul who, while not a collector, had a number of interesting recordings land in his lap back in the day. The tapes had not been played in more than three decades. In the box were two cassettes of the Atlanta show. As luck would have it, they weren't merely an upgrade of the broadcast but a pre-FM recording of the show dubbed from 15 IPS reels.

The sound quality of the pre-FM source is truly first rate, lacking the heavy compression of the over-the-air broadcast and boasting much wider stereo separation than any extant FM source. The pre-FM also corrects most of the speed issues with the previous bootlegs. And we do pick up some previously missing audio bits. These includes a few sentences spoken by Bruce before "Santa Claus" and, more significantly, the 40 or so seconds that were missing from the start of "Backstreets" plus some band member intros after that song. That being said, the cassettes were in less-than-ideal condition and required re-shelling and baking for playback. Experienced ears might pick up on very minor fluctuations (e.g. on the tape flips) that couldn't be corrected.


In short, what we do have sounds awesome. However, because it is Atlanta, we're still snake bit. The pre-FM source is missing the entire encore (presumably a lost third cassette, and yes, we've asked if it might be hiding behind dresser or something), needs a long patch (6+ minutes) from halfway through "Prove It All Night" through the start of "Racing in the Street" (we had hoped tape baking would fix this damaged part but it didn't), plus a tiny patch at the very end of "Because the Night."

But even that bad news has a silver lining, as JEMS also found--gathering dust in its own archive--a 7-1/2 IPS reel to reel of the full broadcast from WINZ-FM Miami that we feel is superior to what's found on Same Old Played Out Scenes, having a more natural, less processed and compressed sound. This new reel was used to patch the longer missing bits (e.g. the "Prove It" to "Racing" chunk noted above) in the pre-FM and provide the encore.

The only material flaw in the WINZ source are a few short (one second or less) dropouts in "Raise Your Hand" that, while unfortunate, aren't particularly annoying, they're just there. After experimenting with using SOPOS to patch the dropouts, we decided that the "repaired" version sounded worse than the original as the gaps are so short, the change in sources is jarring. So we've left "Raise Your Hand" from the WINZ tape intact, with dropouts, but also included an extra file of "Raise Your Hand" with no dropouts from Same Old Played Out Scenes. You can choose which you prefer.

The end result is not perfect, but it is 100% complete, for the first time ever, and it is the best-sounding Fox Theater recording by a wide margin, especially the 85% of the show that's now pre-FM, including the show's one-off cover of James Brown's "Night Train." Brown grew up in Georgia which would explain this inspired cover choice. Bruce and the band perform the instrumental complete with a James Brown-style intro and we can only presume what dance moves he gave the crowd during this one.

The fresh, azimuth-adjusted transfer of both sources was done last month and JEMS' longtime colleague Slowburn handled the patching and prepping which was a lot of work so kudos to him too. Samples provided. We hope you enjoy the latest in our on-going upgrade series.


So here is The Fox, finally ready to take it's rightful place in Springsteen bootleg history.


- Wayne "Night Train" Darlington



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A JEMS Archive Upgrade in association with Slowburn


Source 1: 1st generation Pre-FM cassettes ; Cassette Transfer: Nakamichi CR-7A (azimuth adjusted) --> Sound Devices USBPre2 audio interface (24/96) --> Audacity 1.3 capture


Source 2: 1st generation WINZ-FM broadcast recorded on reel to reel at 7-1/2 IPS ; Reel Transfer: Otari 5050 mk2 --> Sound Devices USBPre2 audio interface (24/96) --> Audacity 1.3 capture


The two sources were edited together in Adobe Audition 3.0 multitrack at 24/96. Converted to 16/44 for this release. Traders Little Helper used to convert to FLAC. There is no mixing of the sources. What you hear is Source 1 with the exceptions noted below.

Goin Back To 1975 - The Lost Show (Roxy 10/18/75 Early Show) (Fanatic Records)

Saturday, 26 May 2012


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Goin Back To 1975 - The Lost Show (Roxy 10/18/75 Early Show)



18.10.1975 - Roxy Theater, Hollywood, CA (Early Show)

Disc 1

01. Thunder Road

02. Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out

03. Spirit In The Night

04. E Street Shuffle

05. Every Time You Walk In The Room

06. She’s The One

07. Born To Run

08. Sandy

09. Backstreets

Disc 2

01. Kitty’s Back

02. Jungleland

03. Rosalita

04. Goin’ Back

05. Carol


+  Brucebase (18.10.1975): Two separate admission shows, both of which circulate as audience recordings via CDR sources including early show "Goin' Back To 1975 - The Lost Show" (Fanatic) from the master cassettes. The first (early) show was professionally audio recorded by Springsteen’s team, however only “Thunder Road”, performed in the slow version with Roy on piano and Bruce on harmonica and vocals at both shows, has ever surfaced - officially issued by CBS on the 1986 Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band / Live 1975-85 Boxed Set.


It has long been rumored that director Arnold Levine (who had previously filmed Bruce’s May 1, 1973 Los Angeles concert) filmed one or both of these October 18 shows, although none of this alleged Roxy footage has ever surfaced. Interestingly semi-pro filmmaker (and Springsteen friend) Barry Rebo also confirmed in a 2005 interview that he filmed Springsteen during this Roxy residency, although Rebo gave no specific details.

Lights Up Music Hall (Featuring The Miami Horns) (JEMS - Steve Hopkins’ Master Tapes)

Friday, 25 May 2012


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Lights Up Music Hall (Featuring The Miami Horns)



22.03.1977 - Music Hall, Boston, MA

Disc 1

01. Night
02. Don't Look Back
03. Spirit in the Night
04. It's My Life
05. Thunder Road
06. Mona > She's the One
07. Tenth Avenue Freeze-out
08. Action in the Streets
09. Backstreets

Disc 2

01. Jungleland
02. Rosalita
03. Born to Run
04. The Promise
05. Quarter to Three
06. You Can't Sit Down


1 last few seconds missing


+ Notes (BK for JEMS): It's the kind of debate diehards love: What's Bruce's greatest concert stand? Not a single show, but a continuous residency at a single venue? Bottom Line '75 springs to mind. Passaic '78. LA Sports Arena '81. The ten-pack at Meadowlands '84. The list goes on. But it would be hard to quibble with the run of four shows Bruce and the band kicked off this night in Boston, the last proper shows before the settlement of the Appel lawsuit and the commencement of recording for Darkness on the Edge of Town. I've been accused of hyperbolic writing (a charge I do not deny, by the way, as one has to be a superfan to do what we do), but I don't think there's any way to over hype this show and this run of shows. While I was well familiar with the last two concerts in Boston, March 24-25, I was less familiar with opening night and my response has remained the same throughout repeated listening: Holy fucking shit. From the blistering version of "Night" that opens, if there's a more passionate, joyful, emotional, giving-it-his-absolute-all show than this, I'm struggling to find it, though I know the three nights that follow just might be them. Song after song is performed in quintessential versions, with particularly epic readings here of "Spirit in the Night," "It's My Life," "Mona" into "She's the One," "Backstreets," "Jungleland" and "The Promise." Then there's the two new songs. "Don't Look Back" is evolving every show with lyrics the first night that won't be there the last. Bruce sings it with incredible conviction knowing most in the audience have never heard it. Fantastic. Later, "Action in the Streets" is Bruce's best horn number ever, period. Now here's a song that deserves to be revived on the Wrecking Ball tour. It just kills here. The man who documented Bruce at this venue so brilliantly, Steve Hopkins, had upgraded his recorder in time for the '77 shows, now using Sony's latest TC-158SD. That was the deck for this run and his seats for the last three gigs were pretty much identical, 5-10 rows back of the right side PA stack, though this night he was left center orchestra, row G. All four nights do sound remarkably consistent. While Hopkins' recording is nothing short of fantastic, he's really just capturing lightning in a bottle. The musicians on stage are doing everything to make this performance and those that follow, ones for the ages. Samples provided, as well as a .jpg of the review of this show in the Boston Globe. Given that there's a few days before the European tour kicks off, I wanted to get this out there before those new recordings again command attention. Thanks once more to Steve for allowing JEMS to present his incredible work in a fresh light. || 16/44.1 CD Version ; Steve Hopkins master via JEMS ; Taping Gear: Sony ECM-99A > Sony TC-158SD (recorded on two Maxell UD 90-minute tapes, Dolby B encode) ; JEMS 2012 transfer: SH master cassettes > Nakamichi CR-7A (Dolby B decode) > Sound Devices USBPre2 (24/96) > Peak 6.0 with iZotope Ozone > .wav (24/96) > resample via iZotope MBIT+ to .wav (16/44) > FLAC || 24/96 version to follow shortly. It's ready, too. || As it used to say in the end credits of Bond movies, the Boston '77 run will return.


+  Brucebase (22.03.1977): Audience tape. First show of the famous Boston stand. Features "You Can't Sit Down" as the final encore and the last "It's My Life" of 1977. Available on CDR "The Promise In Boston", CD "Promise Into The Darkness" (Mainstream Records) and in superior quality from Steve Hopkins' master via JEMS.

Let The Begging Commence - Cincinnati '02 IEM Remix (Ev2)

Wednesday, 23 May 2012


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Let The Begging Commence - Cincinnati '02 IEM Remix



12.11.2002 - US Bank Arena, Cincinnati, OH

Disc 1

01. Intro / "Just Cincinnati, Just America"

02. American Skin (41 Shots)

03. The Rising

04. Lonesome Day

05. The Ties That Bind

06. Darkness On The Edge Of Town

07. Intro

08. Empty Sky

09. You're Missing

10. Waitin' On A Sunny Day 2

11. Does This Bus Stop At 82nd Street?

12. Night

Disc 2

01. Worlds Apart

02. Badlands

03. She's The One

04. Mary's Place

05. Countin' On A Miracle

06. My Hometown (solo piano)

07. Into The Fire

08. Dancing In The Dark

09. I'm A Rocker

10. Born To Run

Disc 3

01. Intro

02. My City Of Ruins

03. Born In The U.S.A.

04. Land Of Hope And Dreams

05. Ramrod

06. The Rising (soundcheck) 1

07. Lonesome Day (soundcheck) 1

08. Empty Sky (soundcheck) 1

09. Murder Incorporated (soundcheck) 1


1 D3 Tracks 6-9: Soundcheck before the show

2 Some audio crackling / fluctuations in the end of D1 Track10


+ Ev2 Notes: Source: some über > ABMS || Thanks to tattoodad for making the über's share these.


+ Backstreets Notes: Welcome back, CC! The band's return to their fall schedule, with Clarence Clemons back in action only a week after surgery, is Cincinnati's first general admission show in nearly 23 years. It's also notable for an ongoing boycott effort in Cincy-- not by those opposing the G.A. plan, but by civil rights activists protesting police brutality. Springsteen opens with "American Skin" for the first time. Also in the set: a full-band "Does This Bus Stop," and, by request from a sign-holder, "I'm a Rocker."


+  Brucebase (12.11.2002): Audience tape, IEM and great quality DVD "Cincinnati Lights" (CTC). A version of the DVD dubbed with the IEM also circulates. Bruce opens the show with a short speech and "American Skin (41 Shots)", the first show of the tour not to open with "The Rising," which was played immediately following "American Skin (41 Shots)". Other highlights in the set included "Does This Bus Stop at 82nd Street?", as well as a solo piano version of "My Hometown." "I'm a Rocker" also appeared in the encores in the slot preceding "Born to Run." The first show in Cincinnati to have festival seating since eleven people were trampled to death at a Who concert in 1979. The show has been released on a great IEM - Audience mix "Let The Begging Commence" (Ev2), which also includes the soundcheck tracks.

Sevilla, Spain – 13 May 2012 (Javichun Version)

Sunday, 20 May 2012


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13.05.2012 - Estadio Olímpico de la Cartuja, Sevilla, SPAIN


01. Badlands
02. We Take Care Of Our Own
03. Wrecking Ball
04. The Ties That Binds
05. Death To My Hometown
06. My City Of Ruins
07. Trapped
08. Out In The Street
09. Jack Of All Trades
10. Candy's Room
11. She's The One
12. Darlington County
13. Shackled And Drawn
14. Waiting On A Sunny Day
15. The Promised Land
16. Apollo Medley
17. Because The Night
18. The Rising
19. Lonesome Day
20. We Are Alive
21. Land Of Hope And Dreams
22. Rocky Ground
23. I'm Going Down
24 - Born To Run
25 - Dancing In The Dark
26 - Bobby Jean
27 - Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out


 + Javichun Notes: Equipment: CMC-8 (cardioid) > Boostbox > PCM-M10 (16bit-44.1kHz) > Adobe Audition (boost levels) > CD Wave > TLH ; Location: recorded from the back side of the pit, left of the stage || A nice hot opening night in Sevilla for the European Tour. An incredible version of I'm Going Down, which was the highlight of the night for me. A lot of heavy clapping (in unsuspected places) and singing along (usually out of tune), but quite a nice recording in my opinion. A couple of major glitches in She's The One... maybe the cable was hit? in case someone wants to fix it. Please trade freely!! These one is for my friends of 6TG who couldn't make it to the show! See you further on up the road!!!


+  Brucebase (13.05.2012): A three hour, 27-song set opens the European leg of the tour. Bruce and the band enter the stage to the theme from The Good, The Bad & The Ugly. Set includes the first "I'm Goin' Down" of the tour - no great surprise, since it was rehearsed the previous day. During "My City Of Ruins" the lines "Are we missing anybody? If you're here, and we're here, they're here", were spoken in Spanish. Bruce was clearly moved when the crowd started cheering for Clarence. The guitar-intro of "Wrecking Ball" features extra improvisation by Bruce. Despite the half-stadium configuration, the show is relatively poorly attended with plenty of empty space around the arena. Michelle Moore joins on the 'Apollo Medley' and "Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out" for the first time. Patti Scialfa is absent. The printed setlist is reported to have included "The Promise" and "The E Street Shuffle.