Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bruce Springsteen – New Haven, CT (05/18/77)

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Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
featuring the Miami Horns
Veterans Memorial Coliseum
New Haven, CT
March 18, 1977
“Official Audience Recording”
Nothing to Lose: The 1977 Tour Revisited Vol. Five
JEMS Archive

Download: FLAC/MP3

JEMS 2015 Transfers

Tracks 1-3: CB master cassette > Nakamichi CR-7A (azimuth adjustment) > Sound Devices USBPre 2 > Audacity 2.0 (24/96) capture > iZotope RX4 > Peak 6.0 with iZotope Ozone 5 > iZotope RX MBIT+ resample 16/44.1 > Peak Pro XT (edit / index) > xACT 2.21 > FLAC

Tracks 3-13: Low generation cassette > 1994 DAT > Fostex D-5 > Sound Devices UBSPre2 > iZtotope RX > pitch correction > iZotope Ozone and MBIT+ convert to 16/44.1 .wav > Peak Pro XT (volume smoothing / patch / edit / index) > xACT 2.21 > FLAC

01 Night
02 Don’t Look Back
03 Spirit in the Night
04 It’s My Life
05 Thunder Road
06 Mona > She’s the One
07 Tenth Avenue Freeze-out (w/ Miami Horns)
08 Action in the Streets (w/ Miami Horns)
09 Backstreets
10 Jungleland
11 Rosalita (w/Miami Horns)
12 Born to Run
13 Quarter to Three (w/ Miami Horns)

Known Faults:
– Night: alternate source

– Don’t Look Back: alternate source

– Spirit In The Night: first 3:22 patched with alternate source
– She’s The One: 18 seconds patched with alternate source

Welcome to the fifth chapter of JEMS’ Nothing to Lose series revisiting Bruce’s remarkable 1977 tour. For the full history of our obsession with this era and the back story on these “Official Audience Tapes,” please refer to the notes in Vol. One found here:


Installment No. 5 brings Springsteen to New Haven, Connecticut, as the tour settles into its final shows in the northeast, six of which are still to follow. For me, this is a period of near perfection in terms of the caliber of the performances and the sense of urgency that’s palpable in the recordings.

There may be only 13 songs in the set, but Bruce and the band are making every one of them count. My typical listening to material from ’77 has tended to focus on the unique songs, like “Action in the Streets” and “It’s My Life.” But in preparing this show, I was struck by just how good the “standard” songs are. Bruce sings “Spirit in the Night” and “Thunder Road” with every bit as much conviction as he does “Don’t Look Back,” and we all know how special “Backstreets” is every night in ’77. Fresh ears also picked out a lot of distinctive guitar work from Steve and Bruce that I felt I had never noticed before. “We tore it apart and put it together again” indeed.

New Haven is the final “official audience” source in the JEMS Archive. I consider it the best recording of the five, sounding just a bit closer, sharper and with better instrument separation than the previous four. It came to us from a different source than the first four (an insider, not a collector), so it may also be a generation to the good comparitively. But it is incomplete, joined in progress during “Spirit.”

Happily, our pal CB taped the show as well and loaned us his master cassettes. The CB source was previously released by Fanatic; we did a fresh transfer for this release. CB told me he taped from the back of the arena and it sounds like it, but the recording is still clear and fills in what’s missing from the better source to give us the complete New Haven show. Samples provided.

Special thanks yet again to: M and J from JEMS for pulling out our many versions of these DATs and helping make new transfers; to CB, one of “The Original Two” who got the whole Springsteen taping hobby started; the folks on the Stone Pony message board whose thread sparked this series; and to mjk5510 who takes our bits and bobs and gets them all pretty for you.

When the ’77 series returns, we’ll revisit Toronto, Detroit and Toledo, all from fresh master transfers. Until then, enjoy New Haven, and better still, add your thoughts about the show and the recording in the comments.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bruce Springsteen – Toronto, Canada (02/13/77)

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Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
featuring the Miami Horns
Maple Leaf Gardens Concert Bowl
Toronto, ON
February 13, 1977
JEMS Master
Nothing to Lose: The 1977 Tour Revisited Vol. Six
24/96 Edition

Download: FLAC/MP3

Recording Gear: Teac M-100 microphone > Sony TC-153SD cassette recorder

JEMS 2015 Transfer: master cassettes > Nakamichi 670 azimuth-adjusted playback > Wavelab 24/96 > iZotope RX4 > iZotope Ozone 5 > iZotope RX MBIT+ resample 16/44.1 > Peak Pro XT (volume smoothing / edit / index) > xACT 2.21 > FLAC

01 Night
02 Rendezvous
03 Spirit in the Night
04 It’s My Life
05 Thunder Road
06 Mona > She’s the One
07 Tenth Avenue Freeze-out (w/ Miami Horns)
08 Something In The Night
09 Growin’ Up
10 Action in the Streets (w/ Miami Horns)
11 Backstreets
12 Jungleland
13 Rosalita (w/ Miami Horns)
14 Raise Your Hand (w/ Miami Horns)
15 Born to Run

Known Faults:

Welcome to the sixth edition of JEMS’ Nothing to Lose series revisiting Bruce’s remarkable 1977 tour. For the full history of our obsession with this era and the back story on these “Official Audience Tapes,” please refer to the notes in Vol. One found here:


Installment No. 6 rewinds to the first week of the tour and a 15-song set at Toronto’s Maple Leaf Gardens, the legendary hockey arena, set up in its Concert Bowl configuration which cut the arena to half its normal size. It is the first of three JEMS master recordings done on the ’77 tour, and, dare I say, we think you’re going to like this one quite a bit.

Toronto ’77 has circulated among collectors since not long after J taped it that frosty February. A master-to-DAT transfer was done in the early days of the format, copies of which almost certainly provided the source for releases like Soul Crusaders (E Street) and No Trouble In Receiver (EV2). It’s long been one of the better audience recordings of the tour, but it has never sounded as good as it could. This marks the first direct digital transfer of the master, and every step along the chain, from the azimuth-adjusted playback to high-resolution capture to final mastering, is superior to what was done to DAT 25 (how can it be?) years ago. Additionally, it lacks some of the minor edits found in the extant versions.

It’s also one of those shows that I personally played dozens and dozens of times throughout the years; the recording which definitively made be believe the following: “Night” is one of Bruce’s greatest show openers; “It’s My Life” had reached its zenith; “Something in the Night” is an under-appreciated classic; “Growin’ Up” can support more than one tall tale; “Action in the Streets” should have been resurrected when the horns came back in 1988 and 2012; the “You lied!!!” moment in “Backstreets” may never be rivaled; “Raise Your Hand” should have been played every night of the tour; and, finally, that J was (and remains) a highly skilled taper.

Hereís what J himself had to say about the show: ìBack in 1977, a taper had to rely on a network of friends and collectors across the country to get early warning of shows and ticket sales. In the case of Toronto, we had a great friend up north in fellow taper The Lewk. He took care of us on our many road trips into Ontario, and he exceeded expectations with this Bruce show, getting me and my friends great seats at Maple Leaf Gardens, curtained off lengthwise to form the ‘Concert Bowl.í The curtain improved the notoriously bad sound there, and The Lewk got me a seat just off the center aisle, ten rows back from the stage. This was the first of three Bruce shows I saw and recorded on this tour, using my Sony TC-153SD and Teac M-100 mic, which I mounted high in a headband. We expected new material on this tour as we presumed that Bruce was probably a month or so away from putting out a new album. After all, it had been a year and half since Born To Run was released. The Toronto show was unique, in that the fire marshall insisted there be an intermission, making it the first time Bruce had split the set, a feature that would later become a staple of the show structure. We got great versions of ‘Rendezvous’, ‘Something In The Night’ and ‘Action In The Streets,’ but the real highlight this night (and at all 1977 shows) was the incredible version of ëBackstreets.í It was never better than it was in 1977!î

Like this entire series, the Toronto performance is a pleasure to listen to and the sound quality (to my ears) approaches the best tapes of the tour, including those of our pal Steve Hopkins and whoever did the official audience tapes. It offers an airy high end, punchy low end and vivid clarity to pick out each member of the band making magic. Samples provided.

I know a lot of you have this recording already and, make no mistake, Toronto has always sounded good, but I think this version is definitive. Then again, I’m biased. We’re making it available in both standard and high-resolution 24/96 editions.

Massive credit goes to J for his outstanding original recording and for pulling out the masters one last time to capture them at 24/96 and giving me so much to work with. Thanks yet again to M, for providing his ’77 source tapes; to the folks on the Stone Pony message board whose thread sparked this series; and to mjk5510 who continues to provide invaluable assistance as JEMS’ packaging and distribution supervisor.

Our next stop in the ’77 series is two nights hence in Detroit and one of the greatest show openers of all time.


Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bruce Springsteen – Trenton, NJ (11/29/74)

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Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
War Memorial Theater
Trenton, NJ
November 29, 1974
The Big A master via JEMS

Download: FLAC/MP3

Audience Recording (equipment unknown) by The Big A

JEMS 2013 transfer: master cassette > Nakamichi CR-7A azimuth-adjusted playback > Sound Devices USBPre2 > Audacity 2.0 (24/96) capture > Peak 6.0 with iZotope Ozone 5.0 > resample 16/44.1 via iZotope MBIT+ > Peak Pro XT (pitch correction / patch / subtle tweak) > xACT 2.21 > FLAC

205 SANDY (Kivak Source)
206 A LOVE SO FINE (Kivak Source)
208 QUARTER TO THREE (Kivak Source)
209 KITTY’S BACK (Kivak Source patched with Big A source – 39 seconds)

Known Issues:
Rosalita: 6 seconds patched at end
Last 4 songs from Kivak Source

mbrown02’s recent repost of Trenton ’74 reminded us that we were sitting on an alternate recording of the show. In fact, based on the data on Brucebase and to the best of our knowledge (though CB and JK might know better), Trenton may well be the first Springsteen show ever to be recorded by two different tapers, therefore making it the first two-source Bruce gig ever.

The Big A recorded Bruce several times in 1974-75, most notably the wonderful Philadelphia 11/1/74 recording and the earliest known capture of Max and Roy in the band from Kean College, 9/22/74. While he did not have high-end equipment, he got a very solid result here, arguably as good as Kivak’s previously circulated recording. Samples provided.

Not surprisingly, however, neither tape is complete, as the Big A missed the end of the show. We’ve added the missing songs from Kivak’s master to the Big A recording, as well as patching Kivak’s “Kitty’s Back” (which is cut on Kivak’s master), using the Big A source, for a bonus track. The result is two baseline recordings of the show, each made complete by patches from the other.

Needless to say this is a fantastic show from an other worldly era in Springsteen’s career. It includes an early cover of Dylan’s “I Want You,” a jaw-dropping “New York City Serenade” and the embryonic “Jungleland” with Suki Lahav on cello to name but a few highlights.

Thanks to The Big A for lending JEMS his masters. It isn’t easy to find new sources circa 1974-75 and he has provided several. Also big ups to mjk5510 for assembling this and doing the final release prep.


Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bruce Springsteen – Buffalo, NY (12/04/80)

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Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
Memorial Auditorium
Buffalo, NY
December 4, 1980

Download: FLAC/MP3

mackeck master via JEMS

Recording Gear: handheld portable cassette recorder with built-in mic

2013 Transfer: Maxell UD-90 master cassettes > Nakamichi CR-7A (azimuth-adjusted) > Sound Devices USBPre2 (24/96 Audacity 2.0 capture) > iZotope RX 3 click removal and gap fixes > iZotope MBIT+ convert to 16/44.1 .wav > Peak Pro XT (patch / indexing) > xACT > FLAC

Tracked with no breaks, suggested breaks for burning to CD below…

101 Born To Run
102 Out In The Street
103 Tenth Avenue Freeze Out
104 Two Hearts
105 The Price You Pay
106 Factory
107 Independence Day
108 I Fought The Law
109 Prove It All Night
110 Racing In The Streets
111 The River
112 Badlands
201 Thunder Road
202 Cadillac Ranch
203 Sherry Darling
204 Hungry Heart
205 Fire
206 Candy’s Room
207 Because The Night
208 I Wanna Marry You
209 For You
210 The Ties That Bind
210 Wreck On The Highway
212 Stolen Car
213 Ramrod
301 You Can Look
302 Drive All Night
303 Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)
304 Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
305 Jungleland
306 I’m A Rocker
307 Detroit Medley
308 Raise Your Hand

Known Faults:
-Prove It All Night: 5 seconds patched with Recorder 2 (kshavo source)

Just a few days removed from the 33rd anniversary of Bruce’s River stop in Buffalo, JEMS is pleased to present an uncirculated third source recording of the show from the master tapes.

d.j.mackeck reached out earlier this year to report that his dad had recorded several Bruce shows between 1978 and 1984 in their hometown of Toronto, as well as cities within spitting distance like Detroit and Buffalo. He was kind enough to ship an initial batch of three masters, from which we made fresh transfers here at JEMS South.

The shows were recorded on a small portable recorder with built in-mic (likely a Toshiba or Sony, but memories have faded) in mono. D.J. shared how this particular night went down:

“My dad couldn’t make it to the Buffalo show, as he was going to be in the Bahamas during that time. So he gave his ticket and the task of recording the show to my uncle. My uncle was 18 at that time, and this was his first time seeing Springsteen. So he, another uncle, my aunt and my mother drove down from Toronto to the Memorial Auditorium.

When they were going in, security stopped my uncle because of the recorder. But he managed to sneak the recorder into his boot and got in through another gate. The rest is history! My dad kept the tapes along with other recordings he made. I came across the tapes, listened to them and sent them to JEMS. In my opinion, my uncle did a really good job of recording the show as far as getting all of the songs recorded and flipping the tapes over at the appropriate times. This is the first of my dad’s tapes to be transferred to digital form. He may have dubbed a copy for my uncle, but other than that, none of my dad’s tapes have ever been shared or traded.”

Uncle Mackeck did do a really solid job. There’s a remarkable lack of audience chatter or noise on the tape, and though the gear wasn’t state of the art, the recording is clear, relatively close and the best of the now three known Buffalo recordings. Uncle Mackeck only cut one song, on his first flip during “Prove It All Night,” which has been patched with Recorder 2 (Kshavo source).

The only material flaw in the new Buffalo recording was micro gaps. In 20-25 random spots across the three hours, the recorder cuts out momentarily leaving an audible gap. Having cut my teeth on a “basic handheld recorder” myself, I learned the hard way that they can be unreliable and if jostled or perhaps held in the wrong position, drop outs can occur.

On the Buffalo recording, the micro gaps were all well under a second in length, though absolutely noticeable. But happily for us, it isn’t 1980 but 2013 and audio technology has come a long way. Using iZotope RX and its magical “Spectral Repair” plug in, JEMS was able to repair the gaps in a manner that should make them audibly invisible to all but the most committed and headphone-wearing trainspotter. The software uses an extrapolation algorithm to pull information from both sides of the gap and fill in like spackle. It worked like a charm.

To take this one the last mile and provide the patching is our comrade and the unchallenged king of multiple source recordings, MJK5510. Thanks to him for final finishing and prepping.

And a big thanks to d.j. mackeck and his dad for loaning JEMS their masters, and to Uncle for recording the show so well in the first place.

There are more mackeck masters to come.


Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bruce Springsteen – Los Angeles, CA (11/01/80)

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Bruce Springsteen
Sports Arena
Los Angeles, CA
November 1, 1980
Mike Millard first gen via JEMS
The Lost and Found Mike the MICrophone Tapes Vol. 6

Download: FLAC/MP3

Likely Recording Info: AKG-451E microphones > Uher CR-240 cassette recorder

JEMS 2014 Transfer: first-generation cassettes made by Mike Millard for SG > Nakamichi CR-7A azimuth-adjusted transfer > Sound Devices USBPre 2 > Audacity 2.0 (24/96) capture > iZotope RX MBIT+ resample 16/44.1 > Peak Pro XT (volume smoothing / edit / index) > xACT 2.21 > FLAC

101 Born to Run
102 Out In The Street
103 Tenth Avenue Freeze-out
104 Darkness on the Edge of Town
105 Independence Day
106 Factory
107 For You
108 Two Hearts
109 Jackson Cage
110 The Promised Land
111 Prove It All Night ’78
112 The Price You Pay
113 The River
201 Badlands
202 Thunder Road
203 No Money Down > Cadillac Ranch
204 Hungry Heart
205 Fire
206 Candy’s Room
207 Because The Night
208 Fade Away
209 Stolen Car
210 The Ties That Bind
211 Wreck On the Highway
212 Point Blank
213 Crush On You
214 Ramrod
301You Can Look
302 Drive All Night
303 Backstreets
304 Rosalita
305 Jungleland
306 Sweet Little Sixteen (with Jackson Browne)
307 Detroit Medley > I Hear a Train > Wabash Cannonball

JEMS is pleased to release the sixth in a series of recordings made by legendary taper Mike Millard, AKA Mike th

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bruce Springsteen – Union, NJ (09/22/74)

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Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
Kean College
Union, NJ
September 22, 1974
JEMS Archive

Download: FLAC/MP3

Audience Recording (equipment unknown) by The Big A

JEMS 2012 transfer: master cassette (TDK D-180) > Nakamichi CR-7A >
Sound Devices USBPre2 > Audacity 2.0 (24/96) capture > iZotope RX
click repair > Peak 6.0 with iZotope Ozone 5.0 (speed corrected) >
resample 16/44.1 via iZotope MBIT+ > FLAC

01 Spirit In The Night
02 Does This Bus Stop At 82nd Street?
03 The E Street Shuffle > Having A Party
04 For You
05 Saint In The City
06 Cupid
07 Kitty’s Back
08 Sandy
09 Rosalta
10 A Love So Fine (A Night Like This) > Shout

JEMS is very pleased to issue this previously uncirculated recording
of an historically important and otherwise unheard show.

The recording from Kean College in Union, NJ is now the earliest
document we have of the “new look” E Street Band featuring Max
Weinberg on drums and Roy Bittan on piano. According to the essential
Brucebase Wiki, this free, outdoor show (which took place behind the
student center) was the fourth date played by the new line-up,
predating by 12 days Avery Fisher Hall, October 4, which had been the
first circulating recording with Max and Roy.

It gives us a fascinating glimpse into a period of transition for
Springsteen. As such, some of the arrangements heard here are
distinctive as the reconfigured band sorts out how to play the “basic”
set. While Bruce had previously performed songs in early 1974 that
would later appear on Born to Run, the only new material essayed at
Kean is a unique version of the Born to Run outtake “A Love So Fine,”
still in such an embryonic state that the chorus sung isn’t “a love so
fine” at all, but another title rumored to have been recorded for BTR:
“A Night Like This.” He also tags the end of the song with several
lyrics from the Isley Brothers’ “Shout.” According to Brucebase, by
the time the song is played again at Avery Fisher, the chorus had
changed to “A Love So Fine” for keeps.

The Kean tape also captures the earliest known cover of Sam Cooke’s
“Cupid” and a particularly punchy full-band version of “For You,” a
song Springsteen performed solo throughout most of 1974-75. Nearly
every track here is a little different than you’re used to given that
two of the band members are still learning their parts.

Our generous taper, The Big A, says he used a “standard-for-the-time,
no-frills, fat-paperback-sized Radio Shack-type tape recorder with a
built-in mike” to record the show. That description seems to match the
tape, which has hallmarks of ALC (automatic level control) where the
first note of a song starts out loud and a bit distorted before the
level adjusts. There are some distorted frequencies in the recording
and it is not as good as the very best we have of the era. But
considering the circumstances (it was the first Bruce show he ever
taped), the outdoor venue, the gear, the PA volume, etc. it is quite a
listenable document of the performance. We worked hard to improve the
sound, but most of what you hear is just what it is. Samples provided.

Very special thanks to The Big A for loaning JEMS the master tape and
to the ER Archive, who had a copy of the show that helped lead us to
the master.


Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bruce Springsteen – Los Angeles, CA (11/17/90)

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Bruce Springsteen
Sat. 17th Nov. 1990
Shrine Auditorium
Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.
Silver CDs – EAC (Secure Mode) – WAV – FLAC level 6
Crystal Cat CC 756-57
Soundboard recording

Link removed, officially released.

CD 1 60.23:
1. Intro
2. Brilliant Disguise
3. Darkness On The Edge Of Town
4. Mansion On The Hill
5. Reason To Believe
6. Red Headed Woman
7. 57 Channels (And Nothin’ On)
8. The Wish
9. Tougher Than The Rest
10. Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
11. Soul Driver
12. State Trooper
13. Nebraska
14. When The Lights Go Out

CD 2 64.33:
1. Thunder Road
2. My Hometown
3. Real World
4. Highway 61 Revisited
5. Across The Borderline
6. My Father’s House (16-Nov-90)
7. Atlantic City (16-Nov-90)
8. Wild Billy’s Circus Song (16-Nov-90)
9. The Promised Land (18-Jun-88)
10. My Hometown (18-Jun-88)
11. Blowin’ In The Wind (18-Jun-88)
12. Bad Moon Rising (18-Jun-88)

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bruce Springsteen – Cleveland, OH (08/09/78)

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Bruce Springsteen
Agora Night
The Agora Ballroom
Cleveland, OH, USA.
August 9th, 1978.
Crystal Cat 731-734.
FM Broadcast

Link removed, officially released.

Original Silver CD’s –>EAC v. 0,95 to WAV –> MKW Tool 0,97 to SHN

Disc 1:

01. Intro
02. Summertime Blues
03. Badlands
04. Spirit In The Night
05. Darkness On The Edge Of Town
06. Factory
07. The Promised Land
08. Prove It All Night
09. Racing In The Street / Thunder Road
10. Jungleland

Disc 2

01. Intro
02. Paradise By The C
03. Fire
04. Sherry Darling
05. Not Fade Away
06. Gloria / She’s The One
07. Growin’ Up
08. Backstreets
09. Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)

Disc 3

01. Intro
02. 4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)
03. Born To Run
04. Because The Night
05. Raise Your Hand
06. Twist And Shout
07. Incident On 57th Street *
08. Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out *
09. Kitty’s Back **
10. Point Blank **

* 16 sept The Palladium, New York, NY 1978.
** 17 sept The Palladium, New York, NY 1978.

Disc 4 – Interview, San Diego 9th July 1978. King Biscuit Flower Hour. Dave Herman, KBFH Radiostation.

01. Paradise By The C *
02. What’s Up?
03. The Product!
04. Get Some Specific From You!
05. The Sign on Sunset Strip!
06. The Name Boss, Get Started!
07. Any Kind of Life
08. Feel Close To Them Fans
09. Get Together! The E Street Band
10. Terrific Time!
11. Prove It All Night! *
12. 13-14 Year When You Heard Those Records? I was Nine!
13. The Point Was!
14. It’s a Continuation!
15. Meet The Producer, Jon Landau.
16. None Specific.
17. Long Time! Didn’t Take That Long Actually!
18. I Like It!
19. Lots More Songs!
20. Maybe So! Hard To Sing!
21. Be A Star! Trapping.
22. Defination: That Contridiction.

* Recorded at Berkeley Community Theater, Sat 11th July 1978.


Soundboard and radio broadcast tapes (WMMS) available – good show. It’s interesting to note that this show was remastered by Bruce’s
management and given to KSAN in San Fransico who broadcast it as a replacement for a scheduled Winterland rebroadcast. This must
have happened in 1979 sometime. The remastered show has fantastic stereo seperation and coupled with the fact that this is a good show in the first place, it has to rank as one of the best of the available shows in 1978. – Released on LP and CD. The most recent (and best quality) CD releases of this show are”Agora Night” by Crystal Cat and “Just In Time For Summer”

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bruce Springsteen – Uniondale, New York (12/29/80)

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Bruce Springsteen
Coliseum Night
Nassau Coliseum
Uniondale, Long Island, New York. U.S.A.
December 29, 1980.
Crystal Cat Records (350-352).

Download: FLAC/MP3

Disc 1:
01. Night
02. Out In The Street
03. Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
04. Who’ll Stop The Rain
05. Darkness On The Edge Of Town
06. Factory
07. “Intro”
08. Independence Day
09. Two Hearts
10. Prove It All Night
11. The Promised Land
12. This Land Is Your Land
13. The River
14. Badlands
15. Thunder Road

Disc 2:
01. Cadillac Ranch
02. Sherry Darling
03. Hungry Heart
04. Merry Christmas Baby
05. Fire
06. Candy’s Room
07. Because The Night
08. 4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)
09. For You
10. Stolen Car
11. Wreck On The Highway

Disc 3:
01. Point Blank
02. The Ties That Bind
03. Ramrod
04. You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch)
05. Incident On 57th Street
06. Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)
07. Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
08. Jungleland
09. Born To Run
10. Devil With A Blue Dress
11. Good Golly Miss Molly
12. C.C. Rider
13. Jenny Take A Ride
14. I Hear A Train / Devil With A Blue Dress (Reprise)

My Original Crystal Cat CD’s –>EAC v. 0,95 beta 3 * –> WAV –> Flac Frontend –> FLAC Level 6 **

* Secure Mode.
** Verify, Replaygain, Treat Input Files As One Album, Align On Sector Boundaries.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – New York, NY (10/20/94)

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Bob Dylan
Positively West 52nd Street
Soundboard Recordings
October 20, 1994
Roseland Ballroom
New York City, NY
unidentified source>?>commercial boot>EAC>FLAC
No label information or catalogue number to be found.

Download: FLAC/MP3

CD 1:

01 Jokerman
02 If You See Her Say Hello
03 All Along The Watchtower
04 Simple Twist Of Fate
05 angled Up In Blue
06 Positively 4th Street
07 Mama, You Been On My Mind
08 The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carrol

CD 2:

01 Boots Of Spanish Leather
02 God Knows
03 Joey
04 Maggieís Farm
05 Most likely You Go Your Way (and Iíll go mine)
06 My Back Pages
07 Rainy Day Women #s 12 & 35 (Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen on guitars)
08 Highway 61 Revisited (Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen on guitars)

Bob Dylan show from Soundboard, only the last two songs Bruce and Neil Young are present.
This is the audio of 1994-10-19/20 – NEW YORK, NY – ROSELAND BALLROOM ‘Bob Dylan Positively West 52nd Street’ (SBD Recording), since the show of the 19 was only with Bob Dylan, I deleted the part of that date, I renamed the files of the show 20, created new md5 and ffp and redid the infofile.