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Posted by Brucefaninnyc on 15 August 2012 - 01:43 AM
I have vinyl copies of The Rising, Tunnel Of Love, Greetings From Asbury Park and 2 Copies of Born In The U.S.A..
My old stereo had a turntable but my replacement one did not come with one, so these are not really of much use to me.
I bought the Rising vinyl new when it came out and listened to it once or twice before my stereo with a turntable broke, so as far as I know that one plays fine.
I was given the rest by a friend who knows I'm into Bruce, but as they were give to me after the stereo was replaced I have never been able to listen to them, so I can't vouch for there quality, although the records look to be in good condition.
I'm looking to get these to a good home where they may get some love. I'm really only looking for someone to cover shipping and perhaps a few bucks for the rising as I can pretty safely say that one works. As I can't vouch for the others and did not pay anything for those I would not look for anything for them except shipping with the rising.
The cardboard packaging is in good condition with some sign of age on Greetings, but they are all in decent shape, I have them in the closet, but I think Tunnel and at least 1 copy of USA has shrink wrap on them (just opened along the side to access the record).
If anyone is interested please pm me and we can work something out.
I also have 2 of those old peter pan star trek story records that were give to me as a kid, don't think I ever listened to them but if anyone wants them it should only be like $3-4 bucks to ship and there yours. I believe one is sealed and one is opened along the edge, but the cardboard sleeves are a bit bent. I can get them out and give more details if anyone is interested. Again, pm me and we can work something out.
Posted by Dancinginthedark89 on 20 March 2013 - 07:09 PM
Just wondering if any of you fancied purchasing these tickets as memorabilia from Bruces last tour! Manage to get them signed on the back! Any offers welcome as hoping to Buy another Bruce DVD on Blueray!
Posted by BlndSght on 06 May 2013 - 12:44 AM
To all you Bruce Springsteen fans and memorabilia collectors, thought you might like to know about this.
Vintage - Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, Original 1978 Concert Poster.
This poster is by Flournoy Holmes, world renowned album cover artist best known for Allman Brothers, Eat a Peach.
Iconic image of Springsteen at the beginning of his career. Rare silkscreen poster printed in 1978, concert at Nashville Municipal Auditorium.
This poster hasn't seen the light of day since 1978 and is in perfect condition.
Each print has it's own character, due to the organic nature of the screen printing process. This character adds depth and makes each print unique.
If there's a collectable Bruce poster, that's also a gorgeous piece of art, this is it. Highest quality Bruce Springsteen memorabilia.
This poster is from the "Darkness on the Edge of Town" tour, which ran from May 1978 throughout the rest of that year. It's considered to be Springsteen's
best concert performances of his career. Biographer Dave Marsh, editor of Rolling Stone wrote about Bruce's 1987 tour, "The screaming intensity of
those '78 shows are part of rock and roll legend in the same way as Dylan's 1966 shows with the Band, the Rolling Stones' tours of 1969 and 1972,
and the Who's Tommy tour of 1969: benchmarks of an era."
Listing on Etsy
Posted by HeroOfVirtue on 22 May 2013 - 12:27 AM
S'all in the title. Is there any way to attach .docx files to posts? I wrote a paper involving Bruce that would probably be of interest to people on here and I'd love to share it but I'm not sure how. If there's no way to upload Word documents, any suggestions as to how else I might get it out there? Thanks!
Posted by bootlegboss on 05 June 2013 - 12:32 PM
The Bootleg Boss and the East Street Band, the UK's finest and most authentic Springsteen tribute band will be playing....
Posted by bossman78 on 11 June 2013 - 09:18 PM
Backstage Auctions currently has a "Rock & Pop" auction going on that contains over 700 lots, including several that are dedicated to The Boss.
In addition to art proof prints and unique promotional posters, there is an attractive offering of promotional swag and collectible 7" singles.
If interested in having a look at any of these items, here's a direct link to the Springsteen items in the auction:
Posted by Gerk on 13 June 2013 - 10:22 PM
***FOR SALE*** Check out the eBay link below if interested...
Bruce SPRINGSTEEN - Born to Run
SUPER BIT - MAPING / MASTER SOUND
24K GOLD-CD - AUDIOPHILE PRESSING
RARE, MINT & SEALED !!!
See the eBay page for all the details here: http://www.ebay.ca/i...984.m1555.l2649
Thank you for visiting!
Posted by RichieFlip on 21 June 2013 - 03:14 AM
Selling off my Backstreets back issues. I have it posted up on Craigslist. Link is below. A total of about 23 issues. Reach out to me if interested. Prefer selling the whole lot at once but will do individually. You would also need to pay for postage if you can't pick up/meet. I'm in Parsippany, NJ.
Posted by BrilliantDisguise on 11 August 2012 - 04:54 PM
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Posted by JustDan on 20 March 2012 - 03:14 PM
A black kid walking around in a gated community. Rent-a-cop with a history of making false-alarm 911 calls immediately suspects the kid is "up to no good". Calls it in to the local cops...Local cops tell him to lay off, they'll handle it. Guy follows the kid anyway, approaches him, they get into a scuffle. Kid screams for help, rent-a-cop pulls his gun & shoots & kills the kid. Rent-a-cop says "self defense". No charges brought against rent-a-cop [yet]. Turns out the kid wasn't loitering. He was walking back from the store to his Dad's fiance's house where he was staying. The assumption being, if you're a black teenager walking around in an exclusive neighborhood, you're alkways "up to no good". There cant possibly be any other explantion for it.
"Lena gets her son ready for school
She says "On these streets, Charles
You've got to understand the rules
If an officer stops you, promise me you'll always be polite
And that you'll never ever run away
Promise Mama you'll keep your hands in sight"
Posted by riverdude2 on 17 June 2013 - 08:20 PM
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
Wrecking Ball Tour
2013-06-15 - London, Wembley Stadium
Taping position: Block 126
Lineage: SP-CMC-4 > SP-SPSB 11 @107 Hz > Tascam Dr2D > Magic VPX 5 (+6db) > WAVE Editor > FLAC
Land Of Hope And Dreams
Save My Love
Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)
This Hard Land
Lost In The Flood
Death To My Hometown
introduction to "Darkness On The Edge Of Town"
Adam Raised A Cain
Something In The Night
Racing In The Street
The Promised Land
Streets Of Fire
Prove It All Night
Darkness On The Edge Of Town
Shackled And Drawn
Waitin' On A Sunny Day
Light Of Day
encore break 1
Pay Me My Money Down
Born To Run
Dancing In The Dark
Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
encore break 2
Twist And Shout
encore break 3
Despite being way at the side of the stage the sound is pretty good. I think the battery settings make the voice sound clearer in my opinion.
You will notice some slight volume changes here and there. This is because of some *insert swear word here* people who cannot survive 3 hours without getting something to drink or eat. How about preparing yourself BEFORE THE CONCERT? And also, how about GOING TO THE TOILET BEFORE THE CONCERT, too? I had to get up/turn to the left to let them pass me.
The bootleg sounds really, really good on the more quiet songs btw.
PLEASE do not upload this to other trackers, I will do this myself.
PLEASE mind your karma and don't sell this recording.
3 samples in the comments.
Yet, some personal remarks. THANK YOU Bruce for playing my favorite record of yours, which includes two of my all time favourite songs, Something In The Night and Racing In The Street - the latter being some of the best 10 minutes of this year for me; I didn't really dare to hope for it as it's not really one of the "big" albums that you expect to get played in a city like London. And well, music can help you get through a lot. I was remembered by this that night when the whole stadium sang "Hard times come, and hard times go" together with Bruce.
Posted by NarlsJunior on 25 April 2013 - 06:56 PM
The other reason is simply because I want to have a shot at getting into the Pit area......something I've never even tried before and I'm thinking some of you reading this will know a thing or two about that process......I wouldn't even know which gate/door to hang out at to archive this!!
Any feedback on this would be so much appreciated by yours truly, so many thanks in advance.