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Posted: 17 May 09, 21:22 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote




My my my, if you seek a great audience recording, that is the "The Rising" tour, this is a great addition.  For you purists out there, there a few sentences, yelps and whistles in the beginning?  I recall that but over all a solid performance from the E Street Band.  I have it in wav format on my computer and will honor Yahoo Instant Messenger transfer to whomever wants this near gigabyte sized show.
 
For an audience recording I rate this a 5 out of 5 stars, an A for the occasion.  Here is the link from Jungleland for the show.
 
http://jungleland.dnsalias.com/torrents-browse-date.php?year=2002&month=11&day=21
 
Setlist with perferct no gap and loss.
 
 
21-11-2002 - Orlando - TD Waterhouse

CD-R Trade--EAC-->.wav files-->flac files
Source unknown. Good audience recording.

01 - The Rising
02 - Lonesome Day
03 - No Surrender
04 - Candy's Room
05 - Empty Sky
06 - You're Missing
07 - Waitin' On A Sunny Day
08 - Darlington County
09 - It's Hard To Be A Saint In The City
10 - World's Apart
11 - Badlands
12 - She's The One
13 - Mary's Place

14 - Human Touch
15 - The Promise
16 - Into The Fire
17 - Glory Days
18 - Born To Run
19 - Detroit Medley
20 - My City Of Ruins
21 - Born In The USA
22 - Land Of Hope Anbd Dreams
23 - Dancing In The Dark
 
I appreciate "Human Touch" as excellent but almost under par vocally, lack of fire from Bruce, not a problem with the band.
 
When Chris has the song dedicated to him, it reminds me that http://www.m2tech.us had an office in Florida
and Chris Morris was someone I thought his niece needed a little human touch from along from her aunt, Janet.
 
Whoever Bruce Springsteen was dedicating the song "Human Touch" to that beautifully recorded bootleg, freely
distributed with no charge for admission to this recording, it happend during my birthday.
 
"Freedom" had been circulating the internet as I a follower of the career of Springsteen, Bruce, I wondered if my song
, a collaboration was ever going to get noticed.  Then "Teddy's Song" came out in 2003, fall of and I know I borrowed
some of "The Promised Land" in idealism, a nary hook from it, the riff of a longer riff, know what I refer to?  A favorite.
 
So "Devils And Dust" came out in 2005 and the harmonica solo I have from "Freedom" is I believe in fair response, used
for a model for Bruce's own intentions.
 
I'm loving it.
 
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Posted: 18 May 09, 03:14 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



mahlers.com wrote:

"Freedom" had been circulating the internet as I a follower of the career of Springsteen, Bruce, I wondered if my song, a collaboration was ever going to get noticed.  Then "Teddy's Song" came out in 2003, fall of and I know I borrowed some of "The Promised Land" in idealism, a nary hook from it, the riff of a longer riff, know what I refer to?  A favorite.
 
So "Devils And Dust" came out in 2005 and the harmonica solo I have from "Freedom" is I believe in fair response, used for a model for Bruce's own intentions.

Holy FUCK, you're STILL on about that paranoid plagiarism (aka "noise") of yours?????

Jesus Christ, can you be any more fucked up?


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Posted: 18 May 09, 03:21 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

MAHLER
YOU FUCK
I WANT TO VOMIT ON YOUR FACE.


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