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METLIFE STADIUM, EAST RUTHERFORD, NEW JERSEY, 22 SEPTIEMBRE 2012 - 3CD - OFICIAL SONIDO DEFINITIVO

BRUCE E STREET. METLIFE STADIUM, MEADOWLANDS, EAST RUTHERFORD, NEW JERSEY, 22 SEPTIEMBRE 2012. Editado de los archivos de Bruce Springsteen. El sonido definitivo. 3CD oficiales. Grabado por John Cooper. Mezclado por Jon Altschiller. ¡Atención: Se edita en CD a medidos de junio de 2019. El plazo de entrega a partir de ahí de 2-3 semanas! 

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BRUCE E STREET.

METLIFE STADIUM, MEADOWLANDS, EAST RUTHERFORD, NEW JERSEY, 22 SEPTIEMBRE 2012.

Editado de los archivos de Bruce Springsteen.

El sonido definitivo. 3CD oficiales.

Grabado por John Cooper. Mezclado por Jon Altschiller.

¡Atención: Se edita en CD a medidos de junio de 2019. El plazo de entrega a partir de ahí de 2-3 semanas!

Nuevo concierto en directo editado de los archivos de Bruce Springsteen. En esta ocasión el concierto del 22 de septiembre de 2012 en el Metlife Stadium de Meadowlands, último de una serie de tres, marcado por empezar a medianoche esperando que acabase de pasar una enorme tormenta eléctrica y de lluvia que azotó la costa de New jersey. Los fans estuvimos esperando en los pasillos interiores del estadio hasta que por fin pasó la amenaza. Fue una noche larga y especial, que coincidió con el 63 cumpleaños de Bruce. El concierto, con 34 canciones, estuvo repleto de material del álbum Wrecking Ball y tuvo varios estrenos en la gira, como "Cynthia", una conmovedora "Into The Fire", la primera aparición de "in The Midnight Hour" desde el concierto de fin de año de 1980 en Nassau, y un escalofriante "Meeting Across The River" empalmado con "Jungleland", como en el álbum Born To Run. Increíble. Otras rarezas de la noche fueron "Janey, Don't You Lose Heart", "Downbound Train" y "It's Hard To Be A Saint in The City". Ya en bises, un invitado muy especial, Gary U.S. Bonds, para interpretar las raras "Jolé Blon" y "This Little Girl". No faltó sobre el escenario un pastel enorme en forma de guitarra, que el propio Bruce repartió entre los fans de las primeras filas del pit, ante la mirada de su madre Adele, su cuñado Mike Scialfa, su suegra Patricia Scialfa, Ginny Springsteen y la esposa de Steve, Maureen Van Zandt. Curiosamente Patti Scialfa no estuvo presente en el concierto.

On a long, special night that rolled into his 63rd birthday the following day, Bruce dials up a spirited, 34-song set brimming with Wrecking Ball material; tour premieres for “Cynthia” and a moving “Into The Fire”; the first “In The Midnight Hour” since New Year’s Eve 1980; a rare coupling of “Meeting Across The River” into “Jungleland”; “Janey, Don’t You Lose Heart,” “Downbound Train” and “It’s Hard To Be A Saint In The City”; plus special guest Gary U.S. Bonds on “Jolé Blon” and “This Little Girl.”  

OUT IN THE STREET / THE TIES THAT BIND / CYNTHIA / BADLANDS / WHO'LL STOP THE RAIN / COVER ME / DOWNBOUND TRAIN / WE TAKE CARE OF OUR OWN / WRECKING BALL / DEATH TO MY HOMETOWN / MY CITY OF RUINS / IT'S HARD TO BE A SAINT IN THE CITY / JOLÉ BLON (with Gary U.S. Bonds) / THIS LITTLE GIRL (with Gary U.S. Bonds) / PAY ME MY MONEY DOWN / JANEY DON'T YOU LOSE HEART / IN THE MIDNIGHT HOUR / INTO THE FIRE / BECAUSE THE NIGHT / SHE'S THE ONE / WORKING ON THE HIGHWAY / SHACKLED AND DRAWN / WAITIN' ON A SUNNY DAY / MEETING ACROSS THE RIVER / JUNGLELAND / THUNDER ROAD / ROCKY GROUND / BORN TO RUN / GLORY DAYS / SEVEN NIGHTS TO ROCK / DANCING IN THE DARK / TENTH AVENUE FREEZE-OUT (with Gary U.S. Bonds) / HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU - TWIST AND SHOUT (with Gary U.S. Bonds, Adele Springsteen, Ginny Springsteen, Mike Scialfa, Patricia Scialfa, and Maureen Van Zandt).

Bruce and band take the stage to "In The Midnight Hour" for their last show of three at Metlife Stadium, and the final stadium show of 2012. The set (delayed by two hours due to thunderstorms passing over the stadium) sees four tour premieres: "Cynthia", "Meeting Across The River", and the tour's lone performances of "In The Midnight Hour" (last played with the E Street Band at the 1980 New Years Eve show at Nassau Coliseum) and "Into The Fire". Just like the night before,Gary U.S. Bonds joins the band for "Jolé Blon" and the tour's final "This Little Girl". A full band tour premiere is for "Janey, Don't You Lose Heart". "My City Of Ruins includes "Twistin' The Night Away". At midnight the crowd sang "Happy Birthday To You" to Bruce and prior to "Twist And Shout" Bruce cut a cake (delivered by Bruce's mom Adele, his oldest sister Ginny, Patti Scialfa's mother - introducing whom Bruce sings a line from Allen Toussaint's "Mother-In-Law" - and brother, plus Maureen Van Zandt) for his 63rd birthday, and shared it with fans in the pit, who once again sang "Happy Birthday". Patti Scialfa is not present.

  • Bruce Springsteen - Lead vocal, guitar, harmonica;Roy Bittan - Piano, keyboards, accordion;Nils Lofgren - Guitar, lap steel, backing vocal;Garry Tallent - Bass;Stevie Van Zandt - Electric and acoustic guitars, mandolin, backing vocal;Max Weinberg - Drums;Jake Clemons - Tenor saxophone, percussion, backing vocal;Charlie Giordano - Organ, keyboards, accordion;Soozie Tyrell - Violin, acoustic guitar, percussion, backing vocal;Everett Bradley - Percussion, backing vocal;Curtis King - Backing vocal, percussion;Cindy Mizelle - Backing vocal;Michelle Moore - Backing vocal;Barry Danielian - Trumpet;Clark Gayton - Trombone;Eddie Manion - Baritone and tenor saxophone;Curt Ramm - Trumpet
  • Additional Musicians:Gary U.S. Bonds co-lead vocal on “Jolé Blon,” lead vocal on “This Little Girl,” backing vocal on “Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out,” “Happy Birthday” and “Twist and Shout”;Mike Scialfa,Patricia Scialfa,Adele Springsteen,Ginny Springsteen andMaureen Van Zandt backing vocals on “Happy Birthday” and “Twist and Shout.” 
  • Recorded by John Cooper
  • Mixed by Jon Altschiller; additional engineering by Danielle Warman
  • Mastered to DSD and PCM by Adam Ayan at Gateway Mastering, Portland, ME
  • Post Production by Brad Serling and Micah Gordon
  • Art Design by Michelle Holme; Cover Photo by Jo Lopez
  • Tour Director: George Travis
  • Jon Landau Management: Jon Landau, Barbara Carr, Jan Stabile and Alison Oscar
  • HD files are 24 bit / 48 kHz DSD

 

That’s When My Love Comes Tumbling Down

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band

MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ, September 22, 2012

By Erik Flannigan

Part of what draws us to Springsteen concerts is the range of emotions they deliver over the course of a single evening. Songs of hardship and heartbreak intermix with those of liberation, love, and celebration. But on occasion, the mood leans strongly in one direction. Playing the third of three stadium shows on the eve of his 63rd birthday, and following a 120-minute weather delay, Bruce was of a mind to surprise and delight his hometown fans and set the energy dial to HIGH.

When attempting to describe the E Street Band in peak tour form, as we find them here, it can be difficult to resist cliches. East Rutherford 2012 evokes “well-oiled machine,” the attributes of which are fitting: smooth, powerful, polished, built to last. Jon Altschiller’s vibrant mix spotlights their outstanding playing and grabs the listener right out of the gate, an apt choice of words, as if there were a track announcer at MetLife she would surely be shouting, “They’re off and running.”

East Rutherford 2012 opens with ten straight, dare I say, bangers, ignoring any “it’s a marathon, not a sprint” advice in an effort to rouse fans who had been waiting patiently for hours.

The proceedings commence with the open invitation of “Out in the Street,” and the band-fan partnership is further reinforced via “The Ties That Bind” before a horns-accented “Cynthia” makes clear Stevie had a hand in this appetizing 34-song setlist. Bruce calls the Born in the U.S.A. outtake a Van Zandt favorite and a little bit of “E Street from the Underground Garage,” in reference to his pal’s Sirius XM radio show and channel. Lots of rockers + lots of rarities = Stevie’s unmistakable influence.

Turns out we’re just getting started. From there, “Badlands” into a fine “Who’ll Stop the Rain,” followed by guitar-crunching versions of “Cover Me” and “Downbound Train,” and the new-album three-pack: “We Take Care of Our Own,” “Wrecking Ball,” and “Death to My Hometown.” With that, the ten-track onslaught relents, and we catch our breath during a moving “My City of Ruins.”

The pace of the show picks back up with “It’s Hard to Be a Saint in the City,” still packing plenty of heat and preceded by an abridged version of Bruce’s Columbia Records audition story. A double shot with guest Gary U.S. Bonds (in fine voice) is another special treat, and the spirit of ‘81 is in full effect for a duet on “Jolé Blon” and a Bonds lead vocal on “This Little Girl.” The latter, a Springsteen-penned solo hit for Bonds, is performed for surprisingly only the fourth time ever with the E Street Band, which played on the original sessions.

After a Seeger Sessions-inspired “Pay Me My Money Down” come more rarities. As other live download releases have shown, “Janey, Don’t You Lose Heart” is a surprisingly tricky song to nail; this is a good one, riding an excellent Springsteen vocal. After “Janey,” Bruce realizes the clock has struck midnight, which means it is now officially his birthday. He asks the crowd for his song, and a stadium full of fans sings “Happy Birthday” back to him. Then, reaching all the way back to 12/31/80 without a soundcheck safety net, Springsteen summons up Wilson Pickett’s “In the Midnight Hour,” and damn if they don’t nail it. Sure, any self-respected horn section would know those parts by heart, but one can still marvel that an audible unplayed for more than 30 years can come off so strong.

The spiritual highlight of the night is the first and only Wrecking Ball tour performance of “Into the Fire” from The Rising. With MetLife mere miles from Ground Zero, the vividly detailed lyrics resonate deeply, and the richly layered arrangement, led by Springsteen’s tender, heartfelt vocals, reminds us this is one of his modern classics.

The third reel of this epic New Jersey tale continues apace, with “Because the Night” and “She’s the One” doing heavy lifting, “Working on the Highway” keeping things loose, and “Shackled and Drawn” making sure we’re grounded, too. The denouement arrives in the precious pairing of “Meeting Across the River” and “Jungleland” for the first time on the tour. With the stage bathed in indigo light, Curt Ramm’s bold trumpet refrain and Roy Bittan’s understated piano intertwine achingly, and Bruce’s vocal is on point: rich, measured, and world-weary. The passion surges to crescendo in the ensuing “Jungleland,” and like a dramatic stage revival, the Jersey street opera remains arresting.

“Thunder Road” provides release, “Rocky Ground” solemnity, and then party mode takes over. The rest of a lively encore romps through “Born to Run,” “Glory Days, “Seven Nights to Rock,” and “Dancing in the Dark” before we get to our final memorable moment. 

“The boss of bosses has just come on stage,” Bruce says by way of introducing his mother Adele. Along with his in-laws the Scialfas and other family friends, she has come out to deliver a cake and sing a proper “Happy Birthday.” The birthday party ends the only way it could, with “Twist and Shout.”

“Thanks for a memorable birthday,” Bruce tells the crowd as he walks off stage. “My mother is for rent for $2.50 an hour for parties and Bar Mitzvahs.” A pretty good joke for two in the morning, and a funny, fitting end to one of the most electrifying shows on the Wrecking Ball tour.