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2CD SAINT IN THE CITY - THE COMPLETE WGTB RADIO BROADCAST 1974. FM broadcast. Gaston Hall, Georgetown University, Washington, Distrito de Columbia, 3 Marzo 1974.  Editado en 2015. Label © RoxVox.

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2CD SAINT IN THE CITY - THE COMPLETE WGTB RADIO BROADCAST 1974.

FM broadcast. Gaston Hall, Georgetown University, Washington, Distrito de Columbia, 3 Marzo 1974. 

Editado en 2015. Label © RoxVox.

ASIN: B011M3C9Y8.

Temas:

WILD BILLY'S CIRCUS STORY (5.30)

NEW YORK CITY SERENADE (15.00)

SPIRIT IN THE NIGHT (5.57)

THE E STREET SHUFFLE - HAVING A PARTY (5.16)

WALKING THE DOG (14.44)

4TH OF JULY, ASBURY PARK (SANDY) (6.22)

IT'S HARD TO BE A SAINT IN THE CITY (4.01)

KITTY'S BACK (10.59)

FOR YOU (9.28)

ROSALITA (COME OUT TONIGHT) (9.03)

This superb live set was taped at Georgetown University for WGTB-FM broadcast, six months after the release of Springsteen s landmark The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle LP. Although the Boss was battling a severe cold, he turned in a heroic performance, including rousing renditions of several of his trademark epics, with an especially impressive showing from drummer Ernest Boom Carter, who d only just joined the E-Street Band. It s presented here complete with background notes and images. 

Springsteen's eleven-song late (second) show was simulcast (minus "Let The Four Winds Blow") on the University’s popular radio station WGTB-FM. It can be found in excellent soundboard quality on several different boots such as 'Saint In The City' (Swingin' Pig), 'NYC Serenade' (Oil Well), 'The Boss Keeps Rockin, Vol 3' (Imtrat) and to retail in the UK on CD 'Saint In The City' (Rox Vox). Highlight of this broadcast is a wonderful "New York City Serenade". It is unknown if the lengthy final encore, "Let The Four Winds Blow", was taped or not, it definitely was not broadcast that night (probably due to a 90-minute schedule restriction) and that piece of audio has never circulated among collectors.