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  1. Finally got round to watching this! Thought the musical interludes were a bit rubbish but overall enjoyed the movie with the use of some of the lyrics being super imposed very effective! Thought the lead and young actors did a good job and the period details bought back the dark days of Maggie convincingly. Finished watching it and came over to the Lake to find the posts on new album hints from Nils. Hope he is right as a tour next year is probably exactly what we all need right now.
  2. The Whistle Test I saw Bruce on first was I think a new years eve compilation, couldnt tell you what year(early 80s?) Annie Nightingale spent the whole show saying they had rare Springsteen footage and not too miss it. Last song was Rosalita and Bruce being mobbed by girls! I was hooked from that day forward. Anyone else catch that TV show and can confirm what year it was?
  3. For UK Lakers the Saturday Glastonbury Experience programme on BBC2 will be showing highlights from the 2009 Springsteen headliner set. Supposed "rarely" seen before tunes. It will probably be available on the BBC Iplayer for a few days afterwards if you cant see it on the day. Not his best performance but enjoy all the same!
  4. Racing in the Street - BS Couldnt love you more - John Martyn Move on Up - Curtis Mayfield Whole Lotta Rosie - AC/DC That’s the way - Led Zeppelin Slippery People - Talking Heads America - Simon & Garfunkel The man with the child in his eyes - Kate Bush Truth - Kamasai Washington The Way I tend to be - Frank Turner
  5. Racing in the Street Atlantic City LOHAD New York Serenade Kingdom of Days Thunder Road Long Walk Home Drive All Night Hello Sunshine No Surrender no particular order and a few could be swapped out depending on my mood.
  6. absolutely magnificent. been waiting for this to be put up on the thread. I really need to watch the DVD more often. Fantastic memory of a great evening!
  7. Well according to Spotify my most played song was Hello Sunshine and most listened to artist Michael Kiwanuka. Which leads nicely to my fave gig of the year which was Michael Kiwanuka at Glastonbury. His new album is excellent too!
  8. Really enjoyed interview and the show as a whole. Will try and listen more. His reflections on the Album, film, Broadway and memoir made me realise that for someone so obviously creative the usual album tour cycle must feel so limiting by the time you are 70. And that these last few years projects have probably revitalised his passions and that hopefully we will get a great new band album in the next few months.
  9. No I agree with you. Release a dvd fine but a cd. Hate to say it but seems a money making exercise too far! Still no one makes us buy it I suppose! Not for me though.
  10. On a Glastonbury discussion board I frequent, there are a couple of mentions of Bruce touring next summer. One from someone in a ticketing agency who says he will be all over europe next year and the second from a booker at Anfield who stated they are trying very hard to get him. Some hopeful types are putting his name forward as a potential headliner based on this type of info.