https://live.brucespringsteen.net/live-music/0,28724/Bruce-Springsteen-mp3-flac-download-waldb%C3%BChne-berlin-de-05-14-1993.html Not sure anyone was expecting THIS...
I didn't like the Touch/Town-albums and didn't like the two concerts I went to - the world premiere in Stockholm and then the one filmed for " The Lost Television Show". I did my best to tell myself that the glass was half full but then came the Blood Brothers documentary, the greatest hits and the Secret Garden single and that put the last nail in the coffin. I decided he had lost it and that it was over for me. I didn't plan to buy the GOTJ album. Then one day my local record store played Youngstown over the speakers and I was dragged back in again.
Has anyone ever questioned how history would have turned differently if the 1992 tour had been a solo tour? Maybe not like Joad, but a tour similar to the Christic shows. Would people be more satisfied in that case? Less hurt maybe, for not having to watch other musicians on stage?
It's interesting to me that Bruce took the things that worked best about this band - Crystal Taliefero's percussion and the backup singers - and added those elements to the E Street Band in 2012. I don't know if we'd have ever experienced that version of E Street if we hadn't had this tour.
I still think Brilliant Disguise is played better on this tour than it was on the Tunnel tour.
I don't get it.
Boston was fine. These shows at the end of the tour are just all over the place for me. That band is just too much. I don't have words for it. It's alien to me. What he had in mind falls flat for me. Oversinging over a band that sounds generic and like a bunch of hired hands. Ham handed and filled with lead....I truly am sorry that I feel this way.
Bring me some real soul, give me a thousand voices speaking in tongues. Hey Ho rock n' roll deliver me from nowhere.
Just started to listen. Eins, zwei, drei, vier... Better Days.. I don't need much to make me smile...
I love the 92/93 shows. Period. Explaining why always leads to comparisons with the E Street Band, which I think are unproductive. As if loving the performances with the HT/LT band means you value the E Street less... Why not look for the best you can grab from this era and simply enjoy some of the outstanding performances?
The Badlands ending is insane. Is this the genesis of the now rote false ending / reprise schtick that is BAU these days? It's a lot more fun in an off the cuff, unplanned manner like heard on this new release.
Many Rivers To Cross is as magnificent as hoped.
I've got my money's worth already. Actually, I probably already had at least half my money's worth before I even left the acoustic opening pack.
All those 92/93 tour naysayers can kiss my Aussie behind.
I haven't bought it yet, but Many Rivers To Cross from this tour was for me one of the key songs still missing in the Archive overall so happy to see a release including it.
The 92/93 period is looked down upon by many as we well know, but I have to say I've enjoyed every release so far from that tour and am looking forward to hearing this one also.
Man’s Job missing from my available FLAC file download list. Anyone else had this issue? Ticket raised with Nugs 🤞
This show occurred two days before my first show in Munich, so that's close enough and good enough for me.