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  1. Hi everyone, Im looking for a very special show: Westbury 1975 (february 23) Thanks in advance for the one who can share this! Cheers
  2. If it's Glasto the only good thing is Coma Girl No big differences with the DVD London Calling that is enough I think Even the special show in Carhaix was apparently better
  3. Okokk but I meant there were no declaration about the board saying ''we have nothing from this show" Which by the way is a stupid remark as maybe the question was maybe never asked But about what they could have, I think the discussion is the same.. My view is that they have a lot of things and more that what we can except Maybe we can have this one this year for the Darkness release The discussion is opened for people who has information about this show!
  4. There were a discussion about it already?
  5. Not known very much but great version (especially when the band starts playing around 1:08)
  6. Hi everyone, I'm listening to all of shows at the moment and something always strikes me It is like Bruce plays some shows without big efforts but some others are just phenomenal seeming they just make constant efforts to improve every parts of each songs they are playing The show they played in 1978 at the Masonic Temple of Detroit is phenomenal.. I don't event understand why some guys prefer passaic that is fantastic too, but this one is just oustandind. I never appreciate more a 78 Spirit in the Night than this one and Badlands is as great as the one they played in phoenix earlier.. plus Chimes of Freedom and Lost in the Flood . Don't how they played so great (maybe because Bruce was in his church) but it's really strange to have this show from the same Darkness tour that is totally at a different level and even better than Houston 78 I don't understand how this show is never requested for NUGS archive release I would love to have your feelings about it.. Take care everyone
  7. It is a fan? Always thought it was his wife...
  8. yeah of course but with Bruce it seems like an industry
  9. This channel is great by the way https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCA-ZCBg7CscD0tXM6O2rkEg
  10. - the final version of the songs are maybe not but the amount of documents provided by the outtakes are really great and show why bruce and the band are great. For example, they work hours on the harmonies of Stolen Car together for The River when Bruce changed the composition Its amazing for musicians to record some parts keep it, and rearrange it... It's Bruce's big big work either for the melody or his lyrics that for some songs are written years and years before.. For example he included lyrics of Spanish Eyes (1978) in I'm on Fire (82/84). Outtake of Born to Run are full of it too (Linda let me be the One, So Young and in Love and She's the One i think) - And his songs musically are pretty ''basics''.. It's not something written except for some melodic part (but once these parts are done it's over) Bruce always allow a lot of freedom for the band and that's why his concerts are amazing. A big example is songs like '75 E Street Shuffle that is really different whether Roxy or Hammersmith especially for Steeve part (like this at 10:11) - Bruce has the technical ability to sing very melodically (that's why btw his acoustic show are amazing too) so it's really more easy for the band to play.. Good example below - When they were young (Darkness tour for example) they played every 2/3 nights and they rehearsed for hours before each show so they always work on Bruce's songs trying to improve some parts.. They know the basic pattern of the songs that make the melody and they already worked on studio to improve the basics melody (Backstreets for example with a big work of Roy) For Backstreets at the end before the ''Hiding on Backstreets'' parts sometimes Roy can play a bit longer the ''break''
  11. The best advice i can give is taking all the position for the chords and play a lot regularly to learn the sounds Did this for the piano, don't know if it's good for the guitar too but if you listen hours of Springsteen a day you'll learn pretty quick
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