ol'catfishinthelake

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  • Springsteen fan since?
    2004
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  1. 1. The Ghost Of Tom Joad 2. Youngstown 3. Highway 29 4. Dry Lightning 5. Sinaloa Cowboys 6. The Line 7. My Best Was Never Good Enough 8. The New Timer 9. Straight Time 10. Across The Border 11. Balboa Park 12. Galveston Bay
  2. That was definitely the most memorable, but there were a couple others; he joined for Twist And Shout in 2008 and also for Twist and Shout in Greensboro 1985.
  3. What a coincidence!
  4. Many great solo piano performances since the Reunion, but as for piano and violin, it was done that way (albeit in a different arrangement than '75, with Soozie coming in at the end and some backing vocals from Soozie and Patti) at the last two Holiday Shows in 2001 (December 7 and December 8).
  5. I agree with those who've mentioned Tougher Than The Rest and Factory, but I also think deserving at least a mention in this thread is the marvelous I WISH I WERE BLIND, which is really a country song posing as a soul song.
  6. Reunite the Bruce Springsteen Band! Van Zandt - Sancious - Lopez - Tallent! (Of course he shouldn't retire the name - it's more the name for "the band backing Bruce" than any group of musicians anyway. There are more current members who were in the band in '78 then there were members of the band in '78 who played on the song Born To Run.)
  7. I only collect audio, not the physical stuff, but if anyone has mp3 of any of this they could send me I'd be eternally grateful... -Gimme Shelter (live) (from Joe Grushecky's 1996 Labour Of Love single) -Sun City (I have one of the three versions, but the time, 6:58, does not correlate to any of the versions listed on, say, Wikipedia, so I'm looking for the "other" two, whichever they may be!) -Wendy (live) (Jesse Malin, from Messed Up Here Tonight) -We've Got The Love (Jersey Artists Jam for Mankind single) -4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy) (3:42 Rockwork edit) -Blinded By The Light (3:58 single edit) -Born To Run (3:10 Super Sound edit) -Jersey Girl (live) (single edit with spoken intro) -Lonesome Day (3:34 radio edit) -Lucky Town (Plugged) (3:34 promo edit) -Tunnel Of Love (4:13 radio edit) -Waitin’ On A Sunny Day (4:13 remix) -All I Need (Graziano Romani version) -Don't Back Down (Graziano Romani version) -Jesse (Graziano Romani version)
  8. Bruce plays keys on this version, FYI.
  9. I do use this page as well, and it is certainly outstanding. (For CDs, I'm still missing the Spare Parts and Sunny Day singles, the Born To Run Live PBS disc, and Live At the NIGHT Vol 3, which will be tough--but I don't need the hard copy, just a digital version of the tracks, so that should make it somewhat easier).
  10. Hi folks. I am not a collector (although I thoroughly enjoy this thread), but I AM a collector of officially released audio (that is, I have little interest in gathering multiple releases of the same music, but I'm trying to get all the music). Would somebody be kind enough to give me the low-down on the Columbia Records Radio Hour promo from '96? What was it? For what was it made? And, most importantly--has it ever been digitized? Many thanks, -catfish
  11. That's also Bruce and the band backing Jerry Lee Lewis on Great Balls Of Fire and Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On on that one. 8)