Go and buy the official audio downloads! As you can hear in this preview they are worth their money! go to: ive.brucespringsteen.net And here is my personal homepage with photos and videos of Bruce and contact information: www.mybrucelist.de I thought I share this today for everybody who couldn't make it to the show because of the blizzard and other reasons and for everybody who cannot attend the postponed show that is happening today. Of course, feel free to enjoy this video if you are "just" a Bruce fan and have no connection to this particular show ;-) Out of my 35+ full show videos this multicam is probably the worst due mainly low quality sources but it should still be the best Bruce multicam on youtube ;-)
"The River" from the Tempe 1980 concert film, newly produced from footage professionally filmed on four cameras and recorded in multitrack audio. The concert film features 24 songs -- 2 hours, 40 minutes -- on 2 DVDs , and is included in The Ties That Bind: The River Collection. Order on Amazon: http://smarturl.it/TiesThatBind_amz Buy on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/TiesThatBind_iTunes Follow Bruce: http://brucespringsteen.net http://facebook.com/brucespringsteen http://twitter.com/springsteen http://instagram.com/springsteen
Bruce Springsteen's official music video for 'Tougher Than The Rest'. Click to listen to Bruce Springsteen on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/BSpringSpot?IQid=BSpringTTR As featured on Tunnel of Love. Click to buy the track or album via iTunes: http://smarturl.it/BSpringToLiTunes?IQid=BSpringTTR Google Play: http://smarturl.it/BSpringTTRPlay?IQid=BSpringTTR Amazon: http://smarturl.it/BSpringTolAmz?IQid=BSpringTTR More from Bruce Springsteen Dancing In The Dark: https://youtu.be/129kuDCQtHs Born To Run: https://youtu.be/IxuThNgl3YA I'm On Fire: https://youtu.be/lrpXArn3hII More great rock videos here: http://smarturl.it/ClassicRocks?IQid=BSpringTTR Follow Bruce Springsteen Website: http://brucespringsteen.net/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brucespringsteen Twitter: https://twitter.com/springsteen Instagram: https://instagram.com/springsteen/ Subscribe to Bruce Springsteen on YouTube: http://smarturl.it/BSpringSub?IQid=BSpringTTR --------- Lyrics: Well it's Saturday night You're all dressed up in blue I been watching you awhile Maybe you been watching me too So somebody ran out Left somebody's heart in a mess Well if you're looking for love Honey I'm tougher than the rest
Number 4 of my 20 best full show videos. I am very proud of this one. First time I flew to the States to see Bruce and what do I come home with? The best video from any show done in the US ;-) Unfortunately, Bruce's voice that night was a little off and his moves were stiff and the show ended abrubptly. Rumors say the reasons for all of this was because Bruce was in pain. Apparently two shows before people let him fall during the crowd surf... Anyway, the amazing setlist, Bruce and the band giving everything and having so much fun, the last show of the tour and this fantatsic video make this show a MUST-SEE and MUST-HAVE blu-ray. The blu-ray is of much greater quality than this youtube upload. The blu-ray is in high definition, the youtube video is not. Also to note: All 2014 shows were officially released as audio recordings. Only one Melbourne show was never released and the recording for this show was pulled after a while. Nobody knows the reasons. I can only assume the reason is Bruce's voice from that night. The fact that all the 2014 recordings were mixed badly didn't help. The sound you hear on this video is a slightly re-eq'ed version of the official recording mixed with an audience recording to make the sound a little more "smother", natural and more lively. I am sure you will like what you hear and see. For my full list of over 50 full show multicams in fantastic quality contact me at www.mybrucelist.de
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And the E Street band. 1988. Sorry if quality is bad but couldn't find just one video of a whole show from the tour so had to piece it together with various clips.
Springsteen had dissolved his long-time backing E Street Band in 1989, and had not used them on Human Touch and Lucky Town. This tour was his first time out with another group. Looking for a somewhat different sound, he assembled an outfit that gave him both more guitar-based arrangements and a more R&B-based feel with more backup singers; gone were the organ and saxophone key elements of the traditional E Street sound. Keyboardist Roy Bittan was the only E Street Band member retained. Most of the rest of the touring band were experienced session musicians who were not well-known to the general music audience. Better-known ace session drummer Jeff Porcaro, who had played on Human Touch, was supposedly offered $1 million to join the tour, but instead stayed with his band Toto. Springsteen's new wife and previous E Street backup singer Patti Scialfa was not a regular member of this band, but made guest appearances at many shows to duet with Springsteen on some combination of "Brilliant Disguise", "Tougher Than The Rest", and "Human Touch". Shows typically began with several selections from the new albums—typically the self-described happy songs "Better Days", "Local Hero", and "Lucky Town"—and not surprisingly emphasized the new material throughout. Slots for older songs were mostly given to numbers from his massively-selling 1984 Born in the U.S.A. album. Highlights from the new material included Springsteen crowd surfing during "Leap of Faith"; nature imagery motifs running through the show and culminating with frequent show closer "My Beautiful Reward"; a distortion-fest on "57 Channels (And Nothing On)", one of several numbers where the band's sound verged on heavy metal; and the emotional peak of "Living Proof" with its U2-styled synthesizer settings. The main set closer continued to be "Light of Day", a role that it had assumed in the Tunnel of Love Express and here was elongated with an "I'm just a prisoner ... of Rock and Roll!" rap, while the band introductions song was "Glory Days" in the encores. Springsteen 1970s classics that were heavily identified with the E Street Band sound were finessed either by rearranging them ("Thunder Road" was recast on acoustic guitar), avoiding them (gone were the epics "Backstreets", "Jungleland", and "Racing in the Street"), or just doing it (multi-instrumentalist Crystal Taliefero won praise for the thankless job of performing the one saxophone part all night, that of Clarence Clemons' break in "Born to Run"). Springsteen's biggest hit single, 1984's "Dancing in the Dark", was stripped down to near-solo electric guitar and given a tired, weary reading, before being dropped from the set lists altogether.
Bruce interview with highlights from MN and Rosemont Theatre
"Ramrod" from the Tempe 1980 concert film, newly produced from footage professionally filmed on four cameras and recorded in multitrack audio. The concert film features 24 songs -- 2 hours, 40 minutes -- on 2 DVDs , and is included in The Ties That Bind:The River Collection. Order on Amazon: http://smarturl.it/TiesThatBind_amz Buy on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/TiesThatBind_iTunes Follow Bruce: http://brucespringsteen.net http://facebook.com/brucespringsteen http://twitter.com/springsteen http://instagram.com/springsteen