LoverInTheCold

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  1. I went to the '11 and '12 shows when I was living in New Brunswick, NJ and was down to AP on regular basis. I got lucky and Bruce came to both. But I love him backed by the Houserockers. I even went to Pittsburgh for Soliders & Sailors just because I like Bruce & Joe Grushecky together so much. So even if Bruce doesn't decide to show for the 20th, I'll still get to see Joe and spend some time in the old haunts. Probably gonna check out the exhibit at Monmouth too. Wasn't open yet when I was back this summer.
  2. Did anybody else grab LOD tickets this morning? I haven't been since 2012, and I know Bruce hasn't shown in a few years, but I figured with it being the 20th Anniversary I'd come back out for this one. To be honest, being back in AP and seeing Grushecky is worth the trip for me alone. And you never know, Bruce could consider this a warm up for the hopefully impending band tour. I wouldn't consider it likely, but it's not like he hasn't been busy the last few years. Anybody else grab tix? I'd love to have to drinks and or meet up with old friends and/or Lakers I've never met in person.
  3. Here's a fun little item for you: Handwritten Lyrics Handwritten. Only $2500. Might be lyrics, might be a grocery list. Who knows.
  4. Though it was written in the '90s, it might be the best song Bruce has released in the 21st Century.
  5. FIRE ON THE WING. That is all. The Great White Whale of the known but unknown WIESS outtakes. The released outtakes from this period are some of the most inventive, unique and wildly romantic of Bruce's career. After BTR, he would never again write this way or with this fervor. When Landau came on board, Bruce began to scale back, reign in and favor the songwriting approaches that came to define the transitionary period between DARKNESS and THE RIVER, eventually becoming the writer we know today. So even though this unknown song could be a complete dud, based on period and title alone, it's the one outtake I want to take a chance on more than any other.
  6. Hey,

    Can you PM me the link to that storytellers vid file that you posted for me? Looks like it was deleted in the thread. I figured it might be a grey area. Though the uncut version I would think would qualify as a bootleg considering it was never sold or released.

    Thanks,

    Jake

  7. Hi All, I seem to have misplaced my copy of the infamous '74 Harvard Square show. I've been scouring the internet looking for a torrent to download and replace it, but I'm coming up empty. Anybody have any leads? It'd be much obliged. My thanks, LITC