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"Radio Nowhere" led to "My Love Will Not Let You Down as it always seems to want.But again, tonight there were other stories to tell.The remainder of the set was strong, "Long Walk Home" followed by three that get regular play but felt particularly fresh tonight.Even before the Born in the.S.A.The requests choices were all upbeat and fun numbers, and that was no mistake.I think the best effect it gives is on my lips due to the shimmering particles.And of course Bruce and the Band brought all the right moves to the remainder of the Greetings sequence, including a rollicking "Does This Bus Stop" with a stand-out solo from Charlie; a full-band "For You as opposed to the solo piano version Bruce has.Not to open: a gritty "Seeds" took that spot for the first time.
More trumpet from Curt on this one, and on "Last to Die" as well.
Anthony D'Amato reporting - photograph by Frank Stefanko Setlist: Point Blank (Costello The Imposters) Like Rain (Lofgren The Imposters) She's the One (Costello The Imposters) Wild Billy's Circus Story (Springsteen, Lofgren, Bittan) American Skin (41 Shots) (Springsteen) Galveston Bay (Springsteen, Bittan) Pretty Woman Aborted.He sought redemption early with the opener, "Cadillac Ranch which with its shout-out to a "Wisconsin night" marked the first of what had to have been several dozen place name checks of Milwaukee and Wisconsin he made throughout evening."She's the One" ended with him waist-deep in a big group of grabbing women on the rail.All in all a shorter evening than most expected; nevertheless, millions of dollars were raised for a very important and worthy cause, Autism Speaks."We're big fans of beach music Bruce said as he brought them out, and he's long been a fan of their "Double Shot of My Baby's Love" specifically, breaking it out live from time to time.This one shouldn't stay on the shelf.A gaggle of gals up front, a half-dozen or so, were all wearing pink cowboy hats, and soon one was on Bruce's head.There was a fiery quality to the performance that was only intensified moments later when the band ripped into "Seeds." Springsteen wailed on the guitar and bellowed like he was half his age or younger, and the crowd was on its feet.I'm working up here gotta work!" "Working on the Highway" was an unusual choice given the event and the venue, and it was performed was about half the tempo of what you'd see on the road.Following a massive ovation for "the guys that made this record.Born to Run album right there on the hsbc Arena stage.
Bruce and the band opened with an unusual trio: "Jackson Cage" into "She's the One" and "Working on the Highway when Bruce donned the "Outlaw Pete" hat to match his black magic bee novelty gifts acoustic.
Stellar work from Roy Bittan, a reminder of what how piano-driven that record is, and live, Roy more than meets the challenge every time.
All of these changes had the effect, tonight, of drawing the audience more in to the show.
"Take it, Bruce!" said "Elvis" when it was time for a solo.