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  1. Rock of Ages: The Band in Concert is a live album by The Band, released in 1972. It was compiled from recordings made during their series of shows at the Academy of Music in New York City, from December 28 through December 31, 1971.
  2. I don't expect too much to change, most of it Sony will recoup with commercials, movies and documentaries, and if the rumors are true, Born to Run and Born in the USA are out of the Sony deal, and don't forget there are two deals, the music (Sony) and the publishing rights (Sony and Eldridge).
  3. Stage Fright 50th Anniversary Edition + bonus tracks + Royal Albert Hall performance.
  4. at the moment: 70's Born to run 80's Born in the USA 90's Streets of Philadelphia 2000 till 2010: The Rising 2010 till now: I'll see you in my dreams
  5. as for the movie i would say enjoy Clarence and Danny and the energy and spontaneity that Bruce and the E Street Band show
  6. Unlike Bob, who I think sold his history on to a hedge fund company or something or other. Bob Dylan sold his studio albums to Universal Music.
  7. angel flying too close to the ground, performed by bob dylan and clydie king, a song from willie nelson.
  8. you will first have to know what will be covered by the contract, Bob Dylan is known that the live albums, the bootleg series and the 50th anniversary releases are not covered by the contract.
  9. I recently listened to the album again and watched the film again, but there is really not a song that is worth listening to again and the film is also disappointing a second time.
  10. I'm glad concerts can take place again, but don't say that the E Street Band is at its peak, in the period 1975-1985 the E Street Band was at its peak.
  11. neither, there will be new albums and tours in the future, but the creativity and inspiration disappear with age, and that's okay, that's the way life is.
  12. a nice book to read, though Steve often exaggerates, never knew Steve van Zandt owned a music and entertainment company, Renegade Nation, and I paid EUR 26.99 at Donner in Rotterdam.
  13. Bob Dylan, Springtime in New York: the bootleg series vol.16 1980-1985
  14. first one april 1981, Rotterdam and the last one sept 2018 Broadway.
  15. and no one in the music world has an archive like Bob Dylan
  16. Garcia Live Volume 10 is a two-CD live album by the Jerry Garcia Band. It contains the complete concert recorded on May 20, 1990 at the Hilo Civic Auditorium in Hilo, Hawaii. It was released on February 23, 2018. From February 1986 to November 1993, the lineup of the Jerry Garcia Band was Jerry Garcia (guitar, lead vocals), Melvin Seals (keyboards), John Kahn (bass), David Kemper (drums), Jaclyn LaBranch (backing vocals), and Gloria Jones (backing vocals).
  17. and I'm glad that Springsteen is unpredictable as always and always comes up with a surprise.
  18. On 4 December 2020, Sony ‘released’ 50th Anniversary Collection: 1970 a Bob Dylan collection that included all the outtakes from the ‘New Morning’ and ‘Self Portrait’ sessions that were not already available on The Bootleg Series Vol. 10: Another Self Portrait along with a legendary session with George Harrison. This was put out in extremely limited quantities (in Europe only) and these kind of releases have happened for the last eight years and have become known as the ‘Copyright Collection’ series. Due to fan demand this 1970 set is being made available in February 2021 for a full commercial release.
  19. Homegrown is the 40th studio album by Neil Young, released June 19, 2020. The album consists of material recorded between June 1974 and januari 1975.
  20. the last show I saw was in Dallas, April 5 2016, and if this is last show I've seen, so be it, but I'm confident there will be another tour with the E Street Band to follow.
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