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AUDITORIUM THEATRE, ROCHESTER. NEW YORK, 8 FEBRERO 1977 - 2CD - OFICIAL SONIDO DEFINITIVO

AUDITORIUM THEATRE, ROCHESTER, NEW YORK, 8 FEBRERO 1977. Editado de los archivos de Bruce Springsteen. El sonido definitivo. 2CD oficiales. Grabado por Chas Gerber. Remasterizado por Jon Altschiller . ¡Atención: se edita este doble CD el 28 de agosto 2017 y a partir de ahí el plazo de entrega es de 2-3 semanas! 

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AUDITORIUM THEATRE, ROCHESTER, NEW YORK, 8 FEBRERO 1977..

Editado de los archivos de Bruce Springsteen.

El sonido definitivo. 2CD oficiales.

Grabado por Chas Gerber. Remasterizado por Jon Altschiller.

¡Atención: se edita este doble CD el 28 de agosto 2017 y a partir de ahí el plazo de entrega es de 2-3 semanas!

Segundo concierto de la gira 1977 (la conocida como Lawsuit Tour) que jamás había circulado hasta ahora, ni tan solo en pirata. Something In The Night incluye nuevos arreglos y nueva letra. Backstreets incluye un monólogo en mitad del tema.

Never Heard Before ’77 Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band

2/7/77, Albany, NY  and 2/8/77 Rochester, NY

By Erik Flannigan

Bruce Springsteen’s national breakthrough came in 1975 with the release of Born to Run. The album’s supporting tour commenced that July and continued in multiple phases through the spring of 1977 when, after playing some 170 shows, Bruce and the E Street Band finally returned to the studio to record Darkness On The Edge Of Town.

Springsteen’s performances in this transitional era represent some of the most fascinating and vital of his career, with evolving setlists that dug deep into his first three albums, embraced inspired cover songs and, by early 1976, began testing new material intended for Bruce’s next album.

The final stretch of the 21-month trek was an eight-week run in early 1977 that saw Bruce and the E Street Band again augmented by the Miami Horns, the four-piece horn section that first joined the tour in August 1976.

While Springsteen’s 1975 performances are captured brilliantly by the official Hammersmith Odeon DVD and live album along with the Philadelphia 12/31/75 download, the 1976-77 stretch of the Born to Run tour isn’t nearly as well documented. In fact, until now, no soundboard tape of the ‘77 tour has ever surfaced among collectors.

Which is what makes this pair of newly recovered and nearly complete soundboard recordings of the tour’s first two shows–Albany, NY, February 7 and Rochester, NY, February 8–such a significant addition to Springsteen’s live performance history. They provide the first high-quality tapes from a compelling period when no multi-track recordings were made. And in the case of opening night in Albany, not even an audience tape has ever circulated before among fans.

Across the two nights we are treated to a trove of significant performances, beginning with Albany’s audacious opener, a true work-in-progress version of “Something In The Night” featuring remarkable alternate lyrics. Another unreleased song, the freshly penned “Rendezvous,” pops up early in both sets, along with the epic cover of The Animals’ “It’s My Life” and the Miami Horns/Clarence Clemons spotlight number, “Action In The Streets.”

Amazingly, this download marks the first ever official release of “Action In The Streets.” The Springsteen original was performed nearly every night of the ‘77 tour, but would never be played again with the E Street Band. There is also no known studio recording of the delightful soul rave-up, making its inclusion on these tapes all the sweeter in a version so embryonic, the chorus does not yet feature the song’s eventual title!

The two shows do vary slightly, with Albany getting a wonderful and spirited “Growin’ Up,” while Rochester pays tribute to Eddie Floyd with a cover of “Raise Your Hand.”

But for many, the indisputable highlight of the ‘77 tour was its stunning performances of “Backstreets,” which featured an expanded mid-song narrative of betrayal that teems with raw emotion and reaches its crescendo, as captured gloriously on both recordings, when Springsteen shouts repeatedly with mesmerizing conviction, “You lied!”

Albany also includes a striking solo-piano led version of “The Promise” (moved to the encore and joined in progress the next night in Rochester), perhaps the greatest Springsteen original penned in the era and yet another gem uncovered on these remarkable Front of House mix tapes recorded by Chas Gerber. While there are a few cuts due to tape flips, between the two shows we get a complete version of every song performed.

Temas:

SOMETHING IN THE NIGHT / RENDEZVOUS / SPIRIT IN THE NIGHT / IT’S MY LIFE / THUNDER ROAD / MONA - SHE'S THE ONE / TENTH AVENUE FREEZE-OUT (with The Miami Horns) / ACTION IN THE STREETS (with The Miami Horns) / BACKSTREETS / JUNGLELAND / ROSALITA (COME OUT TONIGHT) (with The Miami Horns) / 4TH OF JULY, ASBURY PARK (SANDY) / RAISE YOUR HAND (with The Miami Horns) / THE PROMISE / BORN TO RUN

  • Bruce Springsteen – Lead vocal, guitar, harmonica, piano; Roy Bittan – Piano, backing vocal; Clarence Clemons – Saxophones, percussion, backing vocal; Garry Tallent - Bass; Stevie Van Zandt - Guitar, backing vocal; Max Weinberg – Drums
  • Miami Horns: Ed De Palma - Saxophone; John Binkley - Trumpet; Steve Paraczky  - Trumpet, flugelhorn; Dennis Orlock - Trombone
  • Mixed and recorded by Chas Gerber, FOH engineer
  • Cassette to digital transfers and restoration by John K Chester and Jamie Howarth, Plangent Processes
  • Mastered by Jon Altschiller
  • Post Production by Brad Serling and Micah Gordon
  • Production Supervision by Toby Scott
  • Artwork Design by Michelle Holme
  • Photography by David Gahr
  • Jon Landau Management – Jon Landau, Barbara Carr, Jan Stabile, Alison Oscar, Laura Kraus