Info

[no title] (20 Nov 1980)
[no title] RB tape
Date: 20 Nov 1980
Location: Rosemont Horizon, Rosemont, IL
Format:
Duration:
Disc 1:
01- BORN TO RUN
02- PROVE IT ALL NIGHT
03- TENTH AVENUE FREEZE-OUT
04- TENTH AVENUE FREEZE-OUT
05- Crowd
06- DARKNESS ON THE EDGE OF TOWN
07- INDEPENDENCE DAY
08- FACTORY
09- JACKSON CAGE
10- THE PROMISED LAND
11- OUT IN THE STREET
12- THE PRICE YOU PAY
13- THE RIVER

Disc 2:
01- BADLANDS
02- THUNDER ROAD
03- CADILLAC RANCH
04- HUNGRY HEART
05- FIRE
06- FIRE
07- CANDY'S ROOM
08- BECAUSE THE NIGHT
09- I WANNA MARRY YOU
10- GROWIN' UP
11- WRECK ON THE HIGHWAY
12- POINT BLANK
13- THE TIES THAT BIND

Disc 3:
01- RAMROD
02- DRIVE ALL NIGHT
03- ROSALITA (COME OUT TONIGHT)
04- I'M A ROCKER
05- JUNGLELAND
06- DETROIT MEDLEY / I HEAR A TRAIN


Disc 1, track 01: the taper flipped side two of cassette one back to side one and the beginning of "Fire" ate about 35 seconds of "Born To Run"
Disc 1, track 04: continuation of previous track
Disc 2, track 06: continuation of previous track


Notes from info file:

I flipped side two of cassette one back to side one and ate about 35 seconds before I realized AAAAAHHHHHHH! Then quickly changed the cassette to a new one. I really was that mesmerized! This should explain to everyone out there the cut of Born To Run.

THE MASTER TAPE TO CDR TO YOU GUYS.

NO EQ... NO PROCESS... JUST AS THE MASTER WAS DONE!!

6th row balcony about 11th row main floor. left of stage sec. 103

ANALOG MASTER RB

Recorder: Technics RS-686DS ANALOG
Tape: Maxell UD XL1> 1st two cassettes, XL2 Chrome 3rd tape
Mics: Teac ME-80's (same as CM-300)

Played back on identical machine>Pre-amp: Naim 52
CDR Recorder (Stand Alone): Tascam CDR-2000
CDR: Taiyo Yuden Gold 74-ZY
PC Drive: UltraPlex40max SCSI
EAC>FLAC>To You Guys, enjoy, RB

This is the concert where a guy writes a letter to Bruce about playing at his wedding. Bruce gets a kick out of this letter and reads it to the crowd. Then dedicates "I Wanna Marry You" to him. The man who wrote the letter comments on this thread. Classic!

harbor53 writes:
If this is the show where Bruce read a letter asking if he would play a wedding - well, I was the guy who wrote the letter. We're still married by the way - and Bruce never played at the wedding (though he dedicated "Little Girl I want To Marry You" to us and a few years later dedicated "Backstreets" to us as well (we met Max before the show and he remembered the wedding offer).