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Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band - Los Angeles Sports Arena, California 1988 (2015)

9-07-2015, 09:22
Music | Rock | FLAC / APE



Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band - Los Angeles Sports Arena, California 1988 (2015)

Artist: Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band
Title Of Album: Los Angeles Sports Arena, California 1988
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Self Releases
Genre: Classic Rock
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 200:13 min
Total Size: 466 MB / 1.30 GB
WebSite: Album Preview

Tracklist:

SET ONE
1.TUNNEL OF LOVE 07:59
2.BE TRUE 04:52
3.ADAM RAISED A CAIN 05:51
4.TWO FACES 04:39
5.ALL THAT HEAVEN WILL ALLOW 11:21
6.SEEDS 05:47
7.ROULETTE 04:22
8.COVER ME 07:31
9.BRILLIANT DISGUISE 05:11
10.SPARE PARTS 10:09
11.WAR 02:59
12.BORN IN THE U.S.A. 08:18

SET TWO
1.TOUGHER THAN THE REST 06:02
2.AIN'T GOT YOU 02:33
3.SHE'S THE ONE 06:57
4.YOU CAN LOOK (BUT YOU BETTER NOT TOUCH) 06:00
5.I'M A COWARD 09:42
6.I'M ON FIRE 04:19
7.ONE STEP UP 05:49
8.PART MAN, PART MONKEY 04:53
9.BACKSTREETS 07:52
10.DANCING IN THE DARK 06:22
11.LIGHT OF DAY 07:36

FIRST ENCORE
1.HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ROY ORBISON 03:06
2.BORN TO RUN 05:32
3.HUNGRY HEART 05:00
4.GLORY DAYS 08:58
5.ROSALITA (COME OUT TONIGHT) 10:26

SECOND ENCORE
1.HAVE LOVE, WILL TRAVEL 05:47
2.TENTH AVENUE FREEZE-OUT 04:34
3.SWEET SOUL MUSIC 03:28
4.RAISE YOUR HAND 06:37

The Tunnel of Love Express roared across the U.S. in the Spring of 1988. The E Street Band was augmented by The Horns of Love, formerly known as the Miami Horns, lead by Richie “La Bamba” Rosenberg. The band took the stage in pairs, handing tickets to Terry Magovern, Bruce’s legendary right hand man, who sat at a ticket booth dressed as a carnival barker in front of a sign that read: “This is a dark ride.” Clarence strolled out solo and finally Bruce, before launching into a setlist featuring new songs from his recent LP Tunnel of Love as well as deep catalog tracks and rarely performed outtakes and covers.

The second night of a five night stand at the Sports Arena in Los Angeles, 4/23/88 features 31 songs, including the debut of “Have Love Will Travel” (a garage rock classic by the Sonics, written by Richard Berry of “Louie Louie” fame) and the first appearance on the tour of “Sweet Soul Music.”





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