riverdude2

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  • Springsteen fan since?
    1976
  • Does Mary's dress wave or sway?
    ask Bruce he wrote the song
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  1. Up to 5 Best seats for Coventry

    You can use this to split a .pdf file - it's free. http://www.pdfsam.org/
  2. Restricting myself to 5 and mainly River songs, y'know the tour name. Price You Pay Stolen Car Fade Away Jackson Cage The Promise (full band) Not really interested in Drive All Night , seen it in a stadium (Gijon 2013 ) and it was just so so. I think Bruce might just open the show with For You (solo).
  3. The Bootleg Thread..

    Thanks Sue! Found it on JL - downloading now.
  4. The Bootleg Thread..

    I don't have this but love the cover photo. Details here but sadly links are dead. http://vivalesbootlegs.blogspot.co.uk/2010/11/bruce-springsteen-driving-that-dusty.html
  5. Amsterdam 2008

    I only have the Moerie version of this show in mp3 if that's of use - will upload it and PM you a download link
  6. I think you'll be lucky to get BIYA at Coventry. It's only ever been played 22 times http://brucebase.wikispaces.com/Back+In+Your+Arms
  7. The Bootleg Thread..

    One of my favourites (I also have the red vinyl version). See http://www.brucespringsteen.it/DB/detrec.aspx?code=LPFOTF1 and this is a great reference site http://www.brucespringsteen.it/
  8. Rarest and still current fav
  9. Too many. First (still fits - just) Some BITUSA
  10. Maybe Newcastle 1981 is a contender too. http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/news/history/day-35-years-ago-bruce-11310554 "Later, Springsteen would cite the Newcastle City Hall concert as one of the best three shows of a mammoth tour that stretched to around 140 dates." I'd love to find where Bruce apparently said that.