Label: Doberman Format: 2CD
Catalog #: 185/186 Source: Audience
Total Time: 126:42 Sound: ?.?
Date: August 14, 1975 Performance: ?.?
Location: The Bottom Line, New York City, Overall: ?.?
Disc 1: (59:01)
01. Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out (3:49)
02. Spirit In The Night (7:43)
03. Then She Kissed Me (3:16)
04. Growin' Up (3:19)
05. It's Hard To Be A Saint In The City (6:03)
06. The E Street Shuffle (16:14)
07. Night (3:04)
08. She's The One (4:49)
09. Born To Run (5:27)
10. Thunder Road (5:17)
Disc 2: (67:41)
01. Introduction (3:32)
02. Kitty's Back - Nothing's Too Good For My Baby (19:20)
03. Rosalita (Come Out Tonight) (10:15)
04. Quarter To Three (7:13)
05. Sha La La (2:47)
06. Up On The Roof (4:51)
07. It's Gonna Work Out Fine (9:16)
08. When You Walk In The Room (3:34)
09. For You (6:51)
- This release was released on CDR as well as silver CD, this is a rip of the silver CD.
- Disc 2 Track 5-6 The Bottom Line, New York City, New York 1975-08-16 (Early Show)
- Disc 2 Track 7-9 The Bottom Line, New York City, New York 1975-08-17 (Early Show)
Info taken from Brucebase:
1975-08-14 - BOTTOM LINE, NEW YORK CITY, NY
Early (1st) Show: TENTH AVENUE FREEZE-OUT / SPIRIT IN THE NIGHT / THEN SHE KISSED ME / GROWIN’ UP /
IT'S HARD TO BE A SAINT IN THE CITY / THE E STREET SHUFFLE / NIGHT / SHE’S THE ONE / BORN TO RUN /
THUNDER ROAD / KITTY'S BACK / ROSALITA (COME OUT TONIGHT) / QUARTER TO THREE
Two separate admission shows, 8:30pm and 11:30pm. There is no audio of the second (late) show in circulation
and its setlist is undocumented. The first (early) show exists on a very good quality audience recording,
although it’s slightly marred by cuts in “She’s The One” and “Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)”. This early show
contains the first verified live performance of “Night”. "Thunder Road" is the slow version with Roy on piano
and Bruce on harmonica and vocals. “Kitty’s Back” includes a brief excerpt of Carole King’s composition
“Nothing's Too Good For My Baby”. The early show is available on the CDR boot ‘Runaway American Dreams'
(Doberman) and "Night" (Fanatic) from Joe Kivak's master cassettes.