BruceHistory

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About BruceHistory

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  • Birthday 05/29/1970

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    Boca Raton, Florida
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    Male
  • Springsteen fan since?
    1980
  • Does Mary's dress wave or sway?
    Sway
  • Interests
    Boating; Fishing; Sports & Springsteen!
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    Yes, please!

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  1. Los Angeles 10/31/84 ..... cant believe my copy got fucked up ...... thanks for anyone in MP#/Flac, Brad
  2. If anyone can post (MP3/Flac) those two Hartford nights from September 2003, I'd be grateful ..... thanks! Brad Happy Holidays
  3. Who knows? All I know is he hasn’t made a new album from the studio since bits/pieces of High Hopes five years ago. But, 85% of that album are outtakes one way or another. I never thought he’d go another five - seven years again (87-92; 95-02) but he’s for sure proven to be inconsistent throughout his career. I just hope this nostalgic shit is over: 'The River Tour' and 'Broadway' ..... it’s very enough. Brad
  4. No, it was the first time they played it and he just missed his part. If you’ve heard as many shows as I have (and perhaps you have), you’ll catch him or Steve just flat-out forget their part or not hit it the way it should have been hit. Check out Steve totally missing his solo on "Worlds Apart" from the "Rising" archive show. Terrible. The one song that probably describes that entire tour best. Hey, I don’t know shit about playing music and their only human. But 99% of the time, they nail their parts. Brad
  5. I think I could have written 95% of everything you did above. That was great dude ..... I feel ya Frankly, I wouldn't even know where to start with regards to collecting or my days on the road with Bruce. The 80's/90's were simply special for all that stuff and the early part of this century too! Remember when you got your first show from a new tour? How awesome was that? I'll never forget telling a friend what song "Be True" was when he played me his tape over the phone after that first night in Worcester cause he didnt know the name of the song that came after "Tunnel" lol .....so many memories. I have no idea what life would have been like without all of this? Brad
  6. That version from the "We are the World" record is still the best one to have been released Brad
  7. Awesome!!!! It's hard to believe it took this long to get something from the stadium leg of 85. Imagine someone telling a 15 Year old back then it would take 34 years to get something official? Whatever ... it is what it is .... happy to have this! I actually ordered the CD's for old time sake: I sure wish this was what I went to the store for in 1986 when the Box Set came out! Actually, that 8/20/84 show would have been the right one to have released or 10/2/85. Brad
  8. Listening to the 1985 outdoor shows makes me feel like they were using different instruments back then. I was at 4 of them and have heard every single one many times over. I dont know if I agree with you guys about the sound: I feel like all I hear is Max/Gary! Funny you said that about "Vibrating": I remember telling my buddy at the second Miami show how I felt like I was vibrating as well! But back then, I didn't know the difference but 120 shows later I can always tell when an 85 stadium song comes on the mix. Brad
  9. Your talking to the right person (as I said above somewhere) .... but your right: Pink Floyd! Forgot about those guys - great chill music! Meanwhile, I just watched a 'Dave Gilmour' show from 'Royal Albert Hall' .... man, he can still play. What a great musician; Richard was too and played keyboard that night! Anyway, if I had a dime for everytime a Springsteen show got in the way of my routine, I'd be rich. Brad
  10. Oh no shit! I always wondered if that could be done - nice!
  11. YOU ABSOLUTELY NAILED IT! YOUR 1000% CORRECT IN THAT BOOTS HELPED KEEP US ALL GOING WHEN HE MADE A NEW RECORD EVERY 100 YEARS LAST CENTURY, now he’s back at - BUT THE REPUTATION HE CREATED FROM THOSE BOOTS DID WONDERS FOR HIM! Brad
  12. Hey dude, that’s interesting you saying that about going to sleep: I like playing shows super low as well. This started for me back in the fraternity house where it was either a Springsteen show or a dead show. Both bands who just seem to make fantastic live listens! I think I heard every single "Tunnel" show back in the day. That’s the only problem with the archives: there’s hardly any audience participation and that’s what always gave me the feel for that particular show. Good call! PS: How many times did you get frustrated and wanna stay awake to hear it all? lol Brad