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AKA Saint In The City – 03/03/74 – GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY, WASHINGTON, DC

Download:
MP3: Bruce Springsteen :: Wild Billy’s Circus Story
MP3: Bruce Springsteen :: New York City Serenade
MP3: Bruce Springsteen :: Spirit In The Night
MP3: Bruce Springsteen :: The E Street Shuffle
MP3: Bruce Springsteen :: Walkin’ The Dog
MP3: Bruce Springsteen :: 4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)
MP3: Bruce Springsteen :: It’s Hard To Be A Saint In The City
MP3: Bruce Springsteen :: Kitty´s Back
MP3: Bruce Springsteen :: For You
MP3: Bruce Springsteen :: Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)
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Previously: Bruce Springsteen :: Boston Music Hall 10-29-1974

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6 Responses to “Bruce Springsteen :: 3/3/74 Saint In The City”

  1. For You is one of the most important books ever to trace the career of Bruce Springsteen. Compiled by Lawrence Kirsch, the book features the words and photos of Springsteen fans from all over the world. The majority of the photos have never been published before, and are nothing short of amazing.
    Only 2000 copies of the book were made. Thanks to Mr. Kirsch for his generosity. The Springsteen fan community is filled with some wonderful people and Lawrence Kirsch has earned the respect and admiration of all with his beautiful book.

  2. This from Brucebase:

    03/03/74 – GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY, WASHINGTON, DC

    Early (1st) Show:- WILD BILLY’S CIRCUS STORY / INCIDENT ON 57TH STREET / NEW YORK CITY SERENADE / SPIRIT IN THE NIGHT / E STREET SHUFFLE / SANDY / BLINDED BY THE LIGHT / KITTY’S BACK / ROSALITA

    Late (2nd) Show:- WILD BILLY’S CIRCUS STORY (5.30) / NEW YORK CITY SERENADE (15.00) / SPIRIT IN THE NIGHT (5.57) / E STREET SHUFFLE (5.16) / WALKING THE DOG (14.44) / SANDY (6.22) / SAINT IN THE CITY (4.01) / KITTY’S BACK (10.59) / FOR YOU (9.28) / ROSALITA (9.03) / LET THE FOUR WINDS BLOW

    TWO shows, 7:30PM and 10:30PM, with Springsteen & The E Street Band headlining and ORLEANS opening. Held in the sold-out, 750-seat Gaston Hall. Critic Jerry Gilbert attended both shows and wrote a lengthy, highly detailed review of the night’s events that appeared a couple of weeks later in Sounds Magazine. The above-mentioned 9-song setlist for the first show is likely missing only one song title. This first (early) show included all 7 of the songs from the WIESS album – the only known time that’s happened, although it probably had happened before due to the amount of undocumented setlists from this era. There is no known audio of the early show.

    Springsteen’s 11-song Late (2nd) Show was simulcast (note: minus its final encore) on the University’s popular Radio Station WGTB-FM. It can be found in excellent soundboard quality on several different boots such as ‘SAINT IN THE CITY’, ‘NYC SERENADE’ and ‘THE BOSS KEEPS ROCKIN, VOL 3’. It is unknown if the lengthy final encore, “Let The Four Winds Blow”, was taped or not – it definitely was not broadcast that night (probably due to a 90-minute schedule restriction) and that piece of audio has never circulated among collectors. Intriguingly critic Jerry Gilbert (who clearly notes “Let The Four Winds Blow” as ending the 2nd show) mentions that following the 2nd show Springsteen sat down at a piano backstage and played him (plus Mike Appel and some of the ESB members) a brand new song that he’d recently written – unfortunately Gilbert doesn’t mention the song’s title.

  3. Thanks for this and the earlier Bruce live post. Question: Kitty’s Back and For You cut out early, is that how the original plays or am I having a download issue? Thanks again… Really enjoy the site overall!

  4. Super. Love it. Thanks!

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