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CONSECO FIELDHOUSE, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, 20 MARZO 2008.

Editado de los archivos de Bruce Springsteen.

Gira Magic.

El sonido definitivo. 3CD oficiales.

Grabado por John Cooper. Mezclado por Jon Altschiller.

¡Atención: Se edita en CD a inicios de Noviembre 2021. El plazo de entrega es de 3-4 semanas!

 

Danny Federici se vio obligado a dejar la E Street Band a finales de 2007 para recibir tratamiento por un melanoma que acabaría finalmente con su vida. Pero en una noche emotiva al siguiente marzo, Phantom Dan regresó al escenario por última vez para sentarse con sus hermanos de sangre. Indianápolis 2008 nos presenta al malogrado, el gran Danny Federici, en "The Promised Land", "Spirit In The Night", "4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)", "Backstreets", "Kitty's Back", "Born To Run", "Dancing In The Dark" y "American Land". El set de Indy también incluye "Night", "Radio Nowhere", "Prove It All Night" y el debut en la gira de "Rendezvous".


Danny Federici was forced to leave the E Street Band in late 2007 to receive treatment for melanoma that would eventually claim his life. But on an emotional night the following March, Phantom Dan returned to the stage one last time to sit in with his blood brothers. Indianapolis 2008 showcases the late, great Danny Federici on “The Promised Land,” “Spirit In The Night,” “4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy),” “Backstreets,” “Kitty’s Back,” “Born To Run,” “Dancing In The Dark” and “American Land.” The Indy set also features “Night,” “Radio Nowhere,” “Prove It All Night” and the tour debut of “Rendezvous.”


NIGHT / RADIO NOWHERE / LONESOME DAY / PROVE IT ALL NIGHT / GYPSY BIKER / MAGIC / REASON TO BELIEVE / RENDEZVOUS / BECAUSE THE NIGHT / SHE'S THE ONE / LIVIN' IN THE FUTURE / THE PROMISED LAND (with Danny Federici) / SPIRIT IN THE NIGHT (with Danny Federici) / 4TH OF JULY, ASBURY PARK (SANDY) (with Danny Federici) / DEVIL'S ARCADE / THE RISING / LAST TO DIE / LONG WALK HOME / BADLANDS / BACKSTREETS (with Danny Federici) / KITTY'S BACK (with Danny Federici) / BORN TO RUN (with Danny Federici) / DANCING IN THE DARK (with Danny Federici) / AMERICAN LAND (with Danny Federici)


Sadly this is Danny Federici's final performance with the E Street Band. He joins the band for "The Promised Land", "Spirit In The Night", "4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)", and the encores. "Rendezvous" is a tour debut. "4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)" features the waitress lyrics. "Prove It All Night", "Rendezvous", and "Dancing In The Dark" are played by sign request. Patti Scialfa is not present.


Bruce Springsteen - Lead vocal, electric and acoustic guitars, harmonica; Roy Bittan - Piano, keyboards, accordion; Clarence Clemons - Tenor and baritone saxophones, percussion, backing vocal; Danny Federici - Organ, keyboards, accordion; Nils Lofgren - Electric and acoustic guitars, backing vocal; Garry Tallent - Bass; Stevie Van Zandt - Electric and acoustic guitars, mandolin, backing vocal; Max Weinberg: Drums; Charlie Giordano - Organ, keyboards, accordion; Soozie Tyrell - Violin, acoustic guitar, percussion, backing vocal
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: Brad Serling and Micah Gordon
Artwork design: Michelle Holme
Photo by Ronald Valle
Tour Director: George Travis
Jon Landau Management: Jon Landau, Barbara Carr, Jan Stabile and Alison Oscar
HD Files are 24-bit / 48kHz


We Closed Our Eyes and Said Goodbye
By Erik Flannigan


Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
Conseco Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, IN, March 20, 2008


Bruce Springsteen called Danny Federici “one of the pillars of [the] sound” of the E Street Band. Clarence Clemons’ spotlighted saxophone solos in “Born to Run” and “Badlands” may be more iconic, but take away Danny’s glockenspiel on the high end, organ on the low, and both songs lose precious layers of their musical magic.


Great players have a signature sound, and Federici’s organ, glockenspiel, and accordion parts carried his mark. I remember listening to Tunnel of Love for the first time in 1987, fully aware it was a Bruce solo recording with minimal involvement from the E Street Band. But when “Two Faces” came on, there was no doubt who was playing the organ solo.


The start of the Magic tour in 2007 marked 32 years of the core E Street Band line-up of Bittan, Clemons, Federici, Tallent, Van Zandt, and Weinberg, then augmented by Patti Scialfa, Nils Lofgren and Soozie Tyrell. As the first US leg wound to a close in November, it was announced that Danny would take a temporary leave of absence to receive treatment for melanoma. Charlie Giordano from the Sessions Band capably filled in, starting with the European leg that ended the year.


When the next US leg started back up in the spring of 2008, the chances of a full recovery by Federici had diminished. But when the tour rolled into Indianapolis, Danny summoned the energy to play with his bandmates one last time. A month later, he passed away in a New York City hospital room, at only 58 years of age.


Indianapolis 3/20/08 is both a celebration of and a goodbye to Phantom Dan Federici. He performs on eight songs in the show, and the emotion is palpable each moment he is on stage.


The set gets off to a roaring start with a ripping version of “Night” into “Radio Nowhere.” Later, a sharp “Prove It All Night” carries through to “Gypsy Biker,” for my money the most fully realized song from Magic on the concert stage. Both Soozie Tyrell and Stevie Van Zandt contribute sublime backing vocals, and the drama of lyrics and music coalesce like a long-lost River outtake, heightened by the crescendo of guitar solos that end the song.


The tour debut of “Rendezvous” is an appreciated addition, sounding spry and fresh, and Soozie has another lovely vocal turn on a terrific “Because the Night.” The show has hit its stride, and “She’s the One” is the next to impress. The Born to Run classic has had its share of meaningful resurrections, notably on the Tunnel of Love Express tour in 1988 and here as a Magic tour staple in a pacey, faithful arrangement.


After an always-entertaining “Livin’ in the Future,” we go back to the past. Bruce welcomes Danny to the stage, who resumes his position, stage right, in a graceful handoff from Giordano. An optimistic “The Promised Land” comes first, then Bruce yells, “turn him up!” as Danny weaves the swampy “Spirit in the Night” organ prelude on his own. Perhaps it’s just hindsight, but the gravity of the occasion feels present in the band’s somewhat measured reading of “Spirit.” And who could blame them?


“We can’t let him get away without playing this one,” Springsteen announces ahead of “Sandy.” “We’ll start, just Danny and me.” Sweet accordion swirls around guitar, and the Shore scene comes to life. The deeper meaning of the night comes fully to the fore when Springsteen sings, “For I may never see you again.” A graceful performance of bittersweet beauty.


Federici exits (“He’ll be back!”) and the set returns to focused form through the ominous “Devil’s Arcade,” “The Rising,” “Last to Die” (another River outtake that never was), and a cathartic “Long Walk Home,” before closing with a rousing “Badlands.”


Phantom Dan rejoins for a five-song encore that opens with “Backstreets” dedicated to Danny. Like the aforementioned “Born to Run” and “Badlands,” Federici’s organ part is central to the tonal pathos of the song, which Springsteen sings with tender conviction in a truly compelling reading.


“Kitty’s Back” saunters in from the alley to display the virtuosity of the E Street Band and the depth of its roots back to the early ‘70s. Danny gets a fitting turn in the solo spotlight, but the performance isn’t solely about him—it is a celebration of the extraordinary band he was a crucial part of. As retro as “Kitty’s Back” is, it sure sounds vital in 2008, in what is one of the best performances of the song in the post-Reunion era.


Glockenspiel rings clear as a bell in a passionate “Born to Run,” ended neatly by Van Zandt’s, five-note descending coda before Bruce rolls exuberantly into “Dancing in the Dark.” For the final song of the night, “American Land,” all three E Street keyboard players share the stage, with Roy and Charlie accordion-dueling up front, and Phantom Dan holding it down from his keyboard perch, his traditional station for so many years.


Sadly, E Street would go on to lose another great, with the Big Man passing just a few years later in 2011. Which only makes the Indianapolis reunion of Danny Federici and his blood brothers all the more meaningful.