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Take Me Out To PNC Park (06 Aug 2003)
Take Me Out To PNC Park ScrewDevil
Date: 06 Aug 2003
Location: PNC Park, Pittsburgh, PA
Format: DVD
Duration:
Disc 1:
01- TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME
02- JACKSON CAGE
03- THE RISING
04- LONESOME DAY
05- THE PROMISED LAND
06- MY LOVE WILL NOT LET YOU DOWN
07- PROVE IT ALL NIGHT
08- STREETS OF FIRE
09- EMPTY SKY
10- WAITIN' ON A SUNNY DAY
11- WORKING ON THE HIGHWAY
12- WORLDS APART
13- BADLANDS
14- OUT IN THE STREET
15- MARY'S PLACE

Disc 2:
01- BLINDED BY THE LIGHT
02- MY HOMETOWN
03- INTO THE FIRE
04- NO SURRENDER
05- FURTHER ON (UP THE ROAD)
06- BOBBY JEAN
07- HUNGRY HEART
08- GLORY DAYS [with Joe Grushecky]
09- BORN TO RUN
10- MY CITY OF RUINS
11- LAND OF HOPE AND DREAMS
12- ROSALITA (COME OUT TONIGHT)
13- DANCING IN THE DARK


Downloaded from Jungleland

This was released late Oct 2006.

Notes:
First "Streets Of Fire" captured on video since 1978. Second and last Rising performance of "Blinded By The Light". Last "Jackson Cage". This was Screwdevil's first filming attempt, so cut him some slack. I'm sure he'd be the first person to admit that this is not his best! Mostly screenshot. Fully dubbed and authored.

This has close-ups of the guitar during solos, audience during sing-along and enough of the band. Highly regarded multicam mixes of the Rising tour spend most of the time on shots of Bruce anyway. The screen is black a bit too often. Audience chatter during "Empty Sky" is irritating.

Show notes from Backstreets.com:
The inaugural concert at PNC Park is also the first of the E Street Band's ballpark shows - a fact not lost on them, with Bruce saying that he and the band would "try to hit a home run... a grand slam!" Nils, Roy, and Danny - all on accordion - had the first at-bat, opening the show with "Take Me Out To The Ballgame." Bruce referred to them as "the three tenors" as the rest of the band then took their spots, and the set proper started off with "Jackson Cage". "Glory Days" turned up in the encore, of course, and with a little hometown help. A special guest in Pittsburgh? Three guesses, and the first two don't count. Yep, Steeltown's Joe Grushecky joins in on "Glory Days", with his son Johnny as well. A long show at 27 songs (28, counting the accordion triple-play), including standouts like "Streets Of Fire", "Blinded By The Light", "Further On (Up the Road)"... and "Rosie" keeps comin' on strong.