1975-03-07, Painters Mill, Baltimore, MD

The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle Tour
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Erosion wrote: This was a very interesting show. It was the classic 73-74 setlist that featured his warmup act that tour but they also double booked Buzzy Linhart so he played too. The show was in a storm and the theater was those theater in the round places with half closed off so you could see the stage forward.

Alan Kaufman wrote: This was my first Bruce show, and you could not have asked for anything better. One of the highlights for me was when a man in a monk robe came down to the stage, took off the rope-belt around his waist, and gave it to Bruce. He was quoted afterwards in the Baltimore Sun as saying that the man had a smile so large that it gave him even more energy. A classic 4 1/2 hour show that was stopped due to the city curfew.

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