Where The Four Winds Blow (The Godfatherecords)

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Where The Four Winds Blow

THE GODFATHERECORDS – # G.R. 191

 

03.06.1974 - The Agora, Cleveland, OH

14.07.1974 - Bottom Line, New York City, NY *

 

* Bonus Tracks

 
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01. Spirit In The Night

02. The E Street Shuffle

03. 4th Of July, Ashbury Park (Sandy)

04. You Never Can Tell

05. And The Band Played
06. Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)

07. Let The Four Winds Blow
08. Kitty's Back 1

 
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1 14.07.1974 - Bottom Line, New York City, NY

 
  • Brucebase Info (03.06.1974)

One show, double bill, with Springsteen & The E Street Band headlining and Orphan opening. Most (possibly all) of this 100-minute show was recorded by WMMS-FM in Cleveland, then edited to fit into a 60-minute time schedule and broadcast for the first time on June 5 at 10.00pm -11.00pm. There were approximately 40 minutes (four to six songs) of the performance not broadcast and none of the unbroadcast material is in circulation, if indeed it ever survived the editing room. The above-mentioned setlist represents only those songs that were broadcast and can be found in excellent soundboard quality on the CD "You Never Can Tell" (Piggham), as well as titles such as "And The Band Played" (Swingin' Pig) plus "And The E Street Band Played" (Scorpio). "Tokyo" is also found on the "All Those Years" compilation. The 60-minute recording is also available in a transfer from the WMMS Cleveland reel-to-reel masters. The sound quality of this transfer is exceptional. The master recording is also on CD "When The Four Winds Blow" (Godfather). WMMS-FM editors selected a good cross-section of the entire show. Highlights include a striking rendition of Chuck Berry's "You Never Can Tell" and the last known (and probably tightest) live performance of "Tokyo", which by mid-'74 seems to be morphing into a new title with altered lyrics sometimes called "Sleepytown". The audio from this show is often incorrectly linked to the Agora show of February 18, however this earlier show was cancelled and never happened.

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