BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN, 1/19/74

Posted: February 23, 2008 by dillion in Uncategorized

I don’t usually post Bruce stuff here, but it’s not because I’m not a fan. It’s because so much Springsteen is easy to find. But I recently scored the “You Mean So Much To Me” boot CD, and I learned that it’s the first time he did, “Incident On 57th Street,” one of his best tales. It’s also phenomenal quality. I’m gonna also suggest you check out “Rosalita” (with a little taste of “Shotgun” and “High Heeled Sneakers” in it) and the especially long blues classic “Walking the Dog.”

Y’all know the drill: A few tastes, and a zip.

01 Does This Bus Stop At 82nd Street? (4:04)
02 Walkin’ The Dog (9:13)
03 Incident On 57th Street (7:44)
04 Kitty’s Back (9:53)
05 Thundercrack (11:51)
06 You Mean So Much To Me
07 Growin’ Up (3:01)
08 Blinded By The Light (10:59)
09 Let The Four Winds Blow (Start cut, 6:43)
10 Rosalita (8:53)

Comments
  1. Michelle says:

    Thanks for posting Bruce this time! And for the easy download. My first time to your site. I’ll check out your other postings.

  2. Tony M. says:

    You are my freakin’ hero for posting this. It’s gonna be a good day.

  3. DBD says:

    Awesome! Thanks!

  4. Tony says:

    Thank you, thank you so much

  5. Nick says:

    Hey

    I’m a bit obsessed by early bruce springsteen and cant find any bootlegs ANYWHERE. Any ideas?

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