Saturday, August 6, 2016

RE-UP: Springsteen live in Wallingford 1976 - 2CD - April 10

10/04/76 - PAUL MELLON ARTS CENTER, CHOATE ROSEMARY HALL, WALLINGFORD, CT 

NIGHT (3.10) / TENTH AVENUE FREEZE-OUT (4.20) / SPIRIT IN THE NIGHT (6.48) / IT'S MY LIFE (9.21) / THUNDER ROAD (6.03) / SHE'S THE ONE (6.50) / BORN TO RUN (4.36) / PRETTY FLAMINGO (14.16) / INCIDENT ON 57TH STREET (11.37) / FRANKIE (6.48) / BACKSTREETS (8.15) / GROWIN' UP (slight cut, 3.01) / IT'S HARD TO BE A SAINT IN THE CITY (5.13) / JUNGLELAND (10.24) / ROSALITA (COME OUT TONIGHT) (11.23) / RAISE YOUR HAND (3.31) / 4TH OF JULY, ASBURY PARK (SANDY) (7.12) / DETROIT MEDLEY (9.21) 

Audience tape - A special concert played at the request of John Hammond, who was close friends with the family of a Rosemary Hall resident. As a result Springsteen performed for a substantially lower fee than usual. A Springsteen show regular who attended has commented to Brucebase, "There was no advertising as far as I know. I used to call Mike Appel's office to get Bruce news and they told me. A few other diehards also learned of the show, so the first few rows were full of Springsteen dignitaries who got there plenty early. With my tickets I had Joe Kivak, Simon Montgomery and a female friend of his, a guy named Ernie and his friend, Ed Sciaky. Bruce was blown away when Sciaky showed up backstage. Also up front were Kennie Viola, founder of Thunder Road (fanzine), and some friends of his. Bruce seemed real pleased to see friendly faces at such a strange venue”. The audience tape encompasses the complete 18 song performance, recorded by Joe Kivak. This tape now circulates from the master cassettes on CDR "Walk Softly Tonight" (Fanatic). Artwork included

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