[no title]nyctaper version Date: 18 Oct 2007 Location: Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY Format: – Duration: –
02- RADIO NOWHERE
04- LONESOME DAY
05- GYPSY BIKER
07- REASON TO BELIEVE
08- CANDY'S ROOM
09- SHE'S THE ONE
10- LIVIN' IN THE FUTURE
11- THE PROMISED LAND
12- TOUGHER THAN THE REST
13- MEETING ACROSS THE RIVER
15- YOU CAN LOOK (BUT YOU BETTER NOT TOUCH)
16- DEVIL'S ARCADE
17- THE RISING
18- LAST TO DIE
19- LONG WALK HOME
21- Encore break
22- GIRLS IN THEIR SUMMER CLOTHES
24- BORN TO RUN
25- DANCING IN THE DARK
26- AMERICAN LAND
Track 26: only first 2 minutes recorded. Digital Recorder stopped without reason and the last
3 minutes were not recorded.
Notes from info file:
Total Time 2:15:29
Digital Master Recording
Recorded from Section 313 Row C
DPA 4021's > Marantz PMD-660 (Oade BCM) > 16bit 44.1 .wav > Soundforge (level boosts and balance, softening and some removal of audience noise, EQ, set fades) > CDWave 1.95 (tracking) > Flac Frontend (level 7, align sector boundaries) > flac
Recorded and Produced by nyctaper, 2007-10-18
PLEASE DO NOT "REMASTER" THIS RECORDING. I have performed the necessary post-production work to maximize the quality of the master recording. Feel free to tinker in the comfort of your own home, but please do not "release" your own personal equalization, as this recording has been posted to nyctaper in the form it was intended.
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Notes from nyctaper's website:
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band brought their 2007 Magic tour to Madison Square Garden for two nights, and Thursday's second show was another remarkable performance by the most energetic 58-year old performer in rock history. Springsteen worked through much of the new material, while sprinkling in career highlights, including a particular emphasis on Born to Run material. The highlight of the evening was the ultra-rare "Meeting Across the River" which segued directly into "Jungleland", and which Bruce dedicated to his friend the late actor Peter Boyle.
nyctaper has supported Bruce for over 3 decades – going all the way back to 1975 when at the age of 12 I spent my allowance money to buy a vinyl copy of Born to Run. As we post this recording on this site, we again support him with our utmost sincerity. While Springsteen as been an avid anti-bootlegging artist, so too does this site condemn the sale of unofficial live recordings. In recent years, Bruce Springsteen has appeared to have drawn a line between profiteering bootleggers, and fan recordings. On the web, sites such as the jungeland tracker, backstreets, and dimeadozen have served to enhance fan interaction by freely sharing unofficial live recordings with the vociferous fans, all without any official condemnation by Bruce. We hope that this site will equally be seen as the supportive site we maintain, and that there will be no repercussions from the posting of this recording.
I recorded from Row C of Section 313, which is obviously not the ideal location in this venue. However, we were positioned directly on the side of the stage, and a large PA stack pointed directly at the section. As a result, while the recording is a bit boomy, its much clearer and more well-defined that I had expected. Enjoy!