Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bruce Springsteen – Dallas, TX (09/16/75)

Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band
Convention Center Theater
Dallas, Texas
September 16, 1975
Dan Scripsema Archives Volume 4
(Low Generation – likely 2nd Generation)
Dan Scripsema Archives Volume 4
(Low Generation – likely 2nd Generation)

Download: FLAC/MP3

Transfer: Likely 2nd Generation via DS Archives > Nakamichi DR-1 (azimuth adjusted) > Audacity > Peak Pro XT (pitch adjustment / volume smoothing / subtle EQ / edit / index) > xACT 2.21 > FLAC

01 Incident On 57th Street
02 Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
03 Spirit In The Night
04 It’s Gonna Work Out Fine
05 Growin’ Up
06 It’s Hard To Be A Saint In The City
07 E Street Shuffle
08 Born To Run
09 Thunder Road
10 Kitty’s Back
11 Jungleland
12 Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)
13 4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)
14 Quarter To Three
15 Carol

Known Faults:
-MC Introduction: 1 second patch at very start
-E Street Shuffle: seamless splice at very start
-Kitty’s Back: seamless splice towards end

Bootleg Bonanza: Bruce Springsteen – Milwaukee, WI (10/02/75)

Bruce Springsteen
2 Oct 1975
Milwaukee WI

Download MP3@192: Amazon

Disc One
1. Little Queenie (9:04)
2. The E Street Shuffle (25:02)
3. It’s Hard To Be A Saint In The City (6:23)
4. Sha La La (3:11)
5. Jungleland (9:47)

Disc Two
1. Kitty’s Back (19:17)
2. Rosalita (Come Out Tonight) (13:54)
3. The Detroit Medley (5:21)
4. 4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy) (7:16)
5. Quarter To Three (7:28)

From the original uploader:
Nice recording of a famous Bruce show from the Born to Run era. There’s some fericious guitar soloing at the end of Saint. Note there are a couple of dropouts during the first minute of Kitty’s Back, as present on the source.

From the CD liner. This is the set perfomed after a bomb threat forced the evacuation of the theater. The first six songs before the bomb threat were not on the master. It’s an incomplete show, but a wild and fantastic show went on after it was safe to return to the hall.

From the Boot’s Top 50. The (in)famous “Bomb Scare Show.” Forty-five minutes into the concert, the building had to be cleared due to a bomb scare. Bruce and the band evidently spent the time in the bar of the “Phhhhhhhhister” hotel continuing the “bomb” motif, if you know what I mean. Bruce came back to the stage feeling rather loose, and several times during Little Queenie, he asked the audience, “Are ya loose?” starting a Bruce catch phrase that lasts to this day.