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CONTINENTAL AIRLINES ARENA, EAST RUTHERFORD, NEW JERSEY, 15 JULIO 1999 - 3CD - OFICIAL SONIDO DEFINITIVO

CONTINENTAL AIRLINES ARENA, EAST RUTHERFORD, NEW JERSEY, 15 JULIO 1999. Editado de los archivos de Bruce Springsteen. Gira Reunion/Tracks Tour. El sonido definitivo. 3CD oficiales. ¡Atención: Se edita en CD a partir del 15 de enero de 2024. A partir de ahí el plazo de entrega es de 3-4 semanas! 

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CONTINENTAL AIRLINES ARENA, EAST RUTHERFORD, NEW JERSEY, 15 JULIO 1999.

Editado de los archivos de Bruce Springsteen.

Gira Reunion/Tracks Tour.

El sonido definitivo. 3CD oficiales.

¡Atención: Se edita en CD a partir del 15 de enero de 2024. A partir de ahí el plazo de entrega es de 3-4 semanas!

 

Tras la edición a inicios de este mes de Spectrum '09, estamos emocionados de compartir nuestro segundo lanzamiento de Live Archive Series en un mes: 15/7/99 desde East Rutherford, Nueva Jersey! Del archivo de Springsteen, Erik Flannigan, quien analiza en profundidad este trasdescental concierto a pie de este texto.

"Después de 11 años de ausencia, Bruce Springsteen y la E Street Band regresan al escenario para el primer espectáculo estadounidense de la gira Reunión. La expectación en el Continental Airlines Arena aumenta a medida que los músicos suben al escenario, abriendo con el destacado tema "My Love Will Don't Let You Down" en un potente set de 26 canciones en la noche de apertura que también incluye versiones destacadas de "Darkness On The Edge Of Town", "Darlington County", "Where The Bands Are", "Streets Of Philadelphia" y "Backstreets", además de la rareza "Stand On It", el debut en directo de "Freehold" y la primera versión estadounidense de "Land Of Hope And Dreams".

Recién mezclado de los masters multipista de Jon Altschiller, los CD y las descargas de alta resolución ya están disponibles, aquí os ofrecemos adquirir la versión en CD.

Hot off the reveal of Spectrum '09, we're excited to share our second Live Archive Series release in a month: 7/15/99 from East Rutherford, NJ! From Springsteen archivist Erik Flannigan, who takes a deep look into this momentous show on the nugs.net blog:

"After 11 years away, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band return to the stage for the first proper U.S. show of the Reunion tour. Anticipation in Continental Airlines Arena crescendos as the musicians takes the stage, opening with Tracks standout "My Love Will Not Let You Down" in a strong 26-song, opening-night set which also includes prime performances of "Darkness On The Edge Of Town," "Darlington County," "Where The Bands Are," "Streets Of Philadelphia" and "Backstreets," plus a rare "Stand On It" and the first US arena version of "Land Of Hope And Dreams.""

Newly mixed from the multitrack masters by Jon Altschiller, CDs and hi-res downloads are now available, and the show is streaming exclusively in the nugs app.

1999-07-15 - CONTINENTAL AIRLINES ARENA, EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ
MY LOVE WILL NOT LET YOU DOWN / THE PROMISED LAND / TWO HEARTS / DARKNESS ON THE EDGE OF TOWN / DARLINGTON COUNTY / MANSION ON THE HILL / THE RIVER / YOUNGSTOWN / MURDER INCORPORATED / BADLANDS / OUT IN THE STREET / TENTH AVENUE FREEZE-OUT / WHERE THE BANDS ARE / WORKING ON THE HIGHWAY / THE GHOST OF TOM JOAD / STREETS OF PHILADELPHIA / BACKSTREETS / LIGHT OF DAY / FREEHOLD / STAND ON IT / HUNGRY HEART / BORN TO RUN / BOBBY JEAN / THUNDER ROAD / IF I SHOULD FALL BEHIND / LAND OF HOPE AND DREAMS

First concert in a record 15-show stand at the old Meadowlands Arena, now the Continental Airlines Arena. First ever performance in the U.S. of "Where The Bands Are". "Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out" includes "It's All Right", "Move On Up", "Red Headed Woman", and "Rumble Doll", plus Steve playing a snippet of "The Godfather Love Theme" for his solo. "Light Of Day" includes "I Hear A Train" and "I've Been Everywhere". "Freehold" makes its first ever appearance at an E Street Band concert.

Show Notes
Bruce Springsteen - Lead vocal, electric guitar, harmonica; Roy Bittan - Piano, keyboards; Clarence Clemons - Tenor and baritone saxophones, percussion, backing vocal; Danny Federici - Organ, keyboards; accordion; Nils Lofgren - Electric and acoustic guitars, pedal steel, backing vocal; Patti Scialfa - Acoustic guitar, percussion, backing vocal; Garry Tallent - Bass; Stevie Van Zandt - Electric and acoustic guitars, mandolin, backing vocal; Max Weinberg - Drums
Recorded by Toby Scott and Ross Petersen
Mixed by Jon Altschiller; Additional engineering by Danielle Warman
Mix Advisor: Rob Lebret
Mastered by Jon Altschiller
Post Production by Brad Serling and Arya Jha
Art Design by Michelle Holme
Cover Photo by Neal Preston
Tour Director: George Travis
Manager: Jon Landau
HD Files are 24 bit / 44.1 kHz; DSD files are DSD64


Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, E. Rutherford, NJ, July 15, 1999
I Hear The Guitars Ringin’ Out Again
By Erik Flannigan

When news first emerged in late 1989 that the E Street Band had been dismissed indefinitely by Bruce Springsteen, it began nine years of uncertainty and speculation as to when, if ever, they would join forces again. They did come back together to record new material for Greatest Hits in 1995 and undertook a small series of promotional appearances in support of it, but the fact that they parted ways again without touring only made the odds of a full return feel even longer.

It was the release of Tracks box set in 1998 that would ultimately serve as the catalyst for what Shore Fire Media’s December 8, 1998 press release deemed was indeed a “reunion tour.” Our long, cold E Street winter was finally coming to an end, but not before Bruce and the band took the unprecedented step of starting a tour in Europe, which meant U.S. audiences would have to wait until summer to see their heroes.

This is the backdrop to July 15, 1999, the first U.S. arena show of the Reunion era and the earliest professional recording of the tour. Having been fortunate enough to attend the show, I can attest to the heightened anticipation in the building before the house lights went down, excitement you can hear just before Springsteen says, “Good evening, New Jersey. We’re gonna bring it to you.”

What follows is an exemplary and evolving performance that finds the men and women of E Street road-tested and ready for action, playing a 26-song set that follows the structural blueprint that would underpin the entire Reunion tour.

Born in the U.S.A. outtake and Tracks-essential “My Love Will Not Let You Down” opens the show, captured in an appealingly guitar-soaked mix by Jon Altschiller. For those of us seeing the Reunion tour for the first time, a triple whammy was in play: the E Street Band was back on stage for the first time since 1988; Stevie Van Zandt was standing stage left, officially rejoined after a 17-year absence, and Springsteen was playing outtakes many of us never dreamed would feature in a setlist, let alone open a show.  

It wasn’t just Van Zandt who “might have been right all these years” about Springsteen’s treasure trove of previously unreleased material: here was “My Love Will Not Let You Down” (which, like other songs here, had circulated in mediocre sound among collectors on cassette in the mid-1980s) serving as the show’s storming start.

The first six songs of the set are sharp and provide endearing showcase moments to members of the band: Clarence Clemons blasting a big solo on “The Promised Land,” Stevie sharing vocals on “Two Hearts,” Nils Lofgren doing the same on “Darlington County,” Roy Bittan leading “Darkness on the Edge of Town” while Max Weinberg pounds away on drums, and Phantom Dan Federici pulling out the accordion for the first time in decades on a rearranged “Mansion on the Hill” which spotlights Miss Patti Scialfa on backing vocals.

Reunion needed to strike a balance between familiar and fresh and Springsteen largely got it right. Eight songs had never featured in an E Street Band show before 1999, including wonderful Tracks-liberated outtakes “My Love Won’t Let You Down” and “Where The Bands Are,” which was arguably even a bigger jaw-dropper to hear live having been cut for The River. Another BIUSA outtake, “Murder Incorporated,” had already become a showstopper in Europe; with nine-cylinder E Street power, it crushes here.

An electrified “Youngstown,” a faithful “The Ghost of Tom Joad” and a stately reading of the Oscar-winning “Streets of Philadelphia” (with solemn backing vocals from Van Zandt) brought Springsteen’s recent solo work into the fold, while vocal turns from Nils, Steve, Patti and Clarence recast “If I Should Fall Behind” from 1992’s Lucky Town as an E Street spiritual.

The encore features two other newcomers: the Joad-tour bred “Freehold,” Springsteen’s hilarious and poignant hometown confessional, and the first new E Street Band original of the Reunion era, “Land of Hope and Dreams,” which doubled as a mission statement for the entire tour and resurrection of the band.

The rest of the set is composed of classics and album cuts, some substantially rearranged like “The River,” while others offered nifty, subtle changes like the intros to “Darkness on the Edge of Town” and “Working on the Highway.” A feeling of renewed commitment even comes across in every-nighters like “Out in the Street,” “Born to Run” and “Bobby Jean” which are played reverently at this point in the tour.

This recording’s hot guitar mix and a strong lead vocal give “Backstreets” a charge of vitality and the fiery performance make this one of the night’s standouts. Similarly, “Badlands” is buzzed by electric guitars, reinvigorated to the point where you sense the joy that the E Street Band is feeling to play it together again.

Because it stands as the start of Springsteen’s modern era, our perception of the Reunion tour is well established 24 years later. But listening to this earliest U.S. performance, the rebirth of the E Street Band is more thrilling to hear than you may remember.