Wrecking Boston - Night 2 (Bakerstuff Version)

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Wrecking Boston - Night 2

BAKERSTUFF VERSION

 

2012.08.15 - Fenway Park, Boston, MA

 

Disc 1

01. Thunder Road (Bruce & Roy)
02. Hungry Heart
03. Sherry Darling
04. Summertime Blues
05. Girls in Their Summer Clothes
06. We Take Care of Our Own
07. Two Hearts
08. Wrecking Ball
09. Death to My Hometown
10. My City of Ruins
11. Knock on Wood

Disc 2

01. Does This Bus Stop at 82nd Street?
02. Thundercrack
03. Frankie
04. Prove It All Night ('78 intro)
05. Darkness on the Edge of Town
06. Working on the Highway
07. Shackled and Drawn
‘08. Waitin' on a Sunny Day

Disc 3

01. Backstreets (with Dream Baby Dream interlude)
02. Badlands
03. Land of Hope and Dreams
04. Who'll Stop the Rain (acoustic)
05. Rocky Ground
06. Born to Run
07. Detroit Medley
08. Dancing in the Dark
09. Quarter to Three
10. Tenth Avenue Freeze-out
11. American Land (with Ken Casey)

 
Notes:

Excellent sound. Stunning show.

Enjoy...

 

Recording Info

 

Recorded from section A-7: Church Audio CA-14 Cardioids> CA-UGLY PreAmp > Edirol R-09HR > CD Wave Editor > Cool Edit Pro for boosts and fades > Trader's Little Helper > FLAC

 

No fades at disc change for those who don't burn to disc anymore.

 
  • Brucebase Info (15.08.2012)

…First night in Boston may have been relatively standard, but Bruce really mixes things up on night two with 18 songs not played the previous night and plenty of rarities. "Thunder Road" opens, performed by Springsteen accompanied only by Roy. A quartet of summer songs follows, including the second "Summertime Blues" of the tour. Eddie Floyd's "Knock On Wood" makes a surprise appearance, only previously played with the E Street Band on April 29, 1976. "Thundercrack", "Frankie" and "Prove It All Night" (with 1978 intro) follow. If that's not enough, "Backstreets" includes a 'Dream Baby Dream' interlude. A solo acoustic "Who'll Stop The Rain" opens an encore set that also features "Detroit Medley", "Quarter To Three" (with "I'm a prisoner of rock 'n' roll!") and "American Land" with Ken Casey from Dropkick Murphys. Patti Scialfa is not present.

 
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