Sunday, August 14, 2016

RE-UP: Springsteen live in Red Bank 1977 - 2CD - May 13 - late show

Bruce Springsteen, Steve Van Zandt, The E Street Band, Ronnie Spector And The Asbury Jukes

(Late Show)
StArt version

Title: N/A
'Label': Earlmv
Source: Audience
Format: 2 CDR

Location: Monmouth Arts Center, Red Bank, NJ
Date: 13th May 1977

Disc 1:
01. This Time It's For Real
02. Got To Get You Off My Mind
03. Without Love
04. She Got Me Where She Wants Me
05. The Fever
06. Some Things Just Don't Change
07. Little By Little
08. When You Dance
09. Baby I Love You
10. Walking In The Rain
11. Say Goodbye To Hollywood
12. Be My Baby
13. I Don't Want To Go Home

Disc 2:
01. Havin' A Party
02. You Mean So Much To Me
03. Thunder Road
04. Higher And Higher

Thanks to Flynn and StArt for the discs.

From StArt:
Along with a single show the previous night, these two shows by The Asbury Park All Star Revue are quite
unique in the history of Springsteen performances, foreshadowing shows that wouldn’t happen for another 23
years when Bruce put together his first set of Christmas benefits in 2000. Faced with the cancellation of
two nights of Asbury Jukes gigs because of an ailing Southside Johnny, Steve Van Zandt quickly organized a
fill-in group of musicians including The Jukes, various E Streeters, Ronnie Spector and Springsteen himself.
Bruce is featured on guitar and background vocals on many early Jukes staples and several Ronettes classics,
sings lead on his own The Fever (and other songs at the end of each show), and in what is easily one of his
most standout performances ever, wails away on You Mean So Much To Me with Ronnie Spector. The latter is in
the style of the version Southside recorded for his first LP, as opposed to the original interpretation of
the song as performed by Bruce early in his career.

Make no mistake, despite the typical Carlton Theatre/Monmouth Arts Center/Count Basie quality recording,
these shows are a must-have for the set lists and performances.

Download this bootleg here

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