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  1. LOL There are so many! Namely, that Springsteen hit his artistic peak on 'The River" tour, flirted with self-parody on the 'Born in the USA' tour and that modern shows can't hold a candle to the ones he played when he was young.
  2. This page looks different every time I log on! May I ask what was wrong with the old configuration?
  3. I love Bruce and am grateful for these archival recordings. But yet ANOTHER show from the New Jersey stand of the 156-date BITUSA tour??? That's three, right?
  4. LOL It was. Especially on a work night. But I was young and impetuous and what was one day of work compared to a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet your hero? Boss was looking at me sideways all the next day. And not the Boss we all know and love, 'neither!
  5. Rosemont, IL. 11/20/80 MP3 (Or as I like to call it, the night I couldn't fall asleep and went back to the venue and met Bruce!) Link good for seven (7) days. Enjoy. https://we.tl/t-FzE7FopGtG
  6. Of these, I only have 11/20/80. Just to confirm, you want it in MP3?
  7. Voting for Passaic 9/19/78 (regardless of audio source) can't help but diminish SF, but it is the single finest concert of Springsteen's career.
  8. Chiacgo, IL. 8/9/85 (FLAC) Link good for seven (7) days. Enjoy! https://we.tl/t-eB1wkaW0jm
  9. If you can give me a little time I'll upload the Chicago date from the victory lap of the BITUSA tour. Great performance + great sound!
  10. Might anyone have 7-17-84 Rosemont, IL. in FLAC? (You're right--it was uploaded fairly recently, but the link is deceased.) And if possible, the Tape Man Joe or JEMS master edition? Thank you very much.
  11. Thanks to both you and mickb for stepping up. Wouldn't have made such a fuss but I attended all three shows in this stand (ah, remember disposable income?) and they are, as you can imagine, of intense sentimental value to me.
  12. Oh, crap! You're right! They weren't separated! And yet, the second copy I downloaded lists 'Backstreets' separately. Oh, the magic of bootlegs!
  13. Just putting this out there, but circulating copies of 7/15/84 (Rosemont, IL.) are minus 'Backstreets'. What is labelled as 'Backstreets' is actually 'Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)', with the final tracks continuing through 'Street Fighting Man', neglecting to list (but containing) 'Detroit Medley'.
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