Friday, August 4, 2017
Bruce Springsteen 2000-05-08 Civic Center, Hartford, CT
Source: 5-CH IEM/AUD mix
Date: May 8, 2000.
Location: Civic Center, Hartford, CT
02 Prove It All Night
03 Two Hearts (w/ It Takes Two)
04 Darlington County (w/ Honky Tonk Women)
05 Atlantic City
06 My Hometown
07 Independence Day
02 Murder Incorporated
04 Out in the Street
05 Tenth Avenue Freeze-out
06 Brilliant Disguise
07 Because the Night
08 Intro / "Hartford Food System"
09 The Ghost of Tom Joad
10 Racing in the Street
01 Light of Day (w/ Boom Boom)
02 Spirit In The Night
03 Born To Run
04 Thunder Road
05 If I Should Fall Behind
06 Land Of Hope And Dreams
During 10th Avenue, you can actually hear Clarence's vocals in the background - doesn't happen too often.
Bruce's and Steve's guitars are high in the mix, but then again Nils' guitar is very low for some reason. (The audience mix
makes it a little more audible).
Cut every track (IEM & AUD separately) to about 2min pieces that I used to mix the sources to avoid any mixing errors (exact timing). Deleted clicks in the IEM source one by one.
This 'remaster' has much more audience than all the other versions of this show (so far).
- Big thanks to mr. Nobody for sharing the IEM mix and tattoodad for making him share it.
"Possibly the most intense show of the tour, as Bruce and the band just nailed every song perfectly. From the opening notes of "Roulette" to the loose "Ramrod," everything went perfectly on this New England night. On the tour, "Darlington County" always kind of had a Rolling Stones riff to it and at this show, Bruce took it "to the next level" and included the first verse of the Stones' "Honky Tonk Women" which just brought the house down. The incredible thing about this show, which was the second of a two-night stand, was that every song that could have been different from the first night, was different. Right up there with Philadelphia and Stockholm as the best two-show combination from the tour." -theboots.net
""Roulette"-- how's that for a surprise opener? It's the song's tour premiere. Plus "Atlantic City," "Brilliant Disguise," "Because the Night," "Racing in the Street," "Spirit," and a cover of "Honky Tonk Women" worked into "Darlington County." By all accounts an amazing show, and the last for a couple of weeks as the band takes a well-deserved break." -backstreets.com