LegalWiz60

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About LegalWiz60

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  • Birthday 07/20/1960

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  • Location
    New York
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    Male
  • Springsteen fan since?
    1975
  • Does Mary's dress wave or sway?
    Sways
  • Interests
    Jujutsu

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  1. I love that Nugs & Bruce are releasing shows from the BTR era. While I know I'll buy one of these shows, I just wish they were a little more diverse, I mean when you look st the playlist for the two nights, they're the same. Is there some reason to buy both nights, if it's the same show.
  2. I'm in, just tell me where, when & how. 

  3. Been listening to E Street Radio, so I can't narrow it down to one song?
  4. It's going to be a great series, but I can see that, for myself, I'm going to rewatch the shows at least twice. I remember the movie and have been looking forward to it for months.
  5. Watching it now. I remember the movie from the 70's.
  6. Anybody get a copy ahead of the "official" release
  7. A growing up in the Disco era, it was very hard to find good rock n roll. That was until I went to Asbury Park at 15 years of age and discovered Bruce Springsteen. My my friend Corey, told me you gotta hear this guy, he's amazing, he's going to change music. Change music, what a laugh, kill Disco, then you got something. I remember one night walking down the boardwalk, listening too the music coming out of the bars. On those hot summer night, you could sit outside and still hear everything just like you were inside. We stopped at one place and started listening to thr music, it was different, not disco-ish, just good old rock n roll. The longer I listened, the better it sounded. Before I knew it, I was trying to get in the front door, but the bouncer was letting "no 15 year old punk" into a bar. Even a bribe of $20.00 didn't help. When I asked who the band was he told me it Bruce Springsteen and to watch out this guy was going places. I remembered the name, and on my trips to the Village, I'd always stop in the rundown record stores looking for different kinds of music. Sometimes I'd get lucky and find something good. Other times I'd find mostly crap. One time I found a tape from Bruce Springsteen & the EStreet Band recorded at a local college. It was great, I must have played it over and over again, u Gil someone stole the tape out of my car. From then on, I became hooked on Bruce. I followed him for a whole, but when you not wealthy you can't do that for to long. But it all started on a warm summer night down on the shore.
  8. Keith Urban new album, it's okay but man that white boy can play guitar.
  9. I enjoy it, gives a good view on two different sides, and then makes you think which side is good and which is bad?
  10. Welby's memory will go on a long time. I hope these tributes never end.
  11. Its funny how people you never met touch you so much. When Welby said he was going and not coming back, I thought it was a ploy. I loved reading his posts, loved the banter he started, and watch as he giggled when a fight would start between two side. He was truly one of a kind. I'll miss Welby (Mark), but I'm glad I got to know him just a little bit thanks to this site. Cheers my friend!