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7 April 2001 (USA) See more »
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Live From New York City is the chronicle of Bruce Springsteen's first tour with The E Street Band in over a decade... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Won 2 Primetime Emmys. Another 4 nominations See more »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Bruce Springsteen ... Himself
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Roy Bittan ... Himself

Clarence Clemons ... Himself
Danny Federici ... Himself
Nils Lofgren ... Himself
Patti Scialfa ... Herself
Garry Tallent ... Himself

Steven Van Zandt ... Himself

Max Weinberg ... Himself

Directed by
Chris Hilson 
 
Produced by
Jon Landau .... producer
Bruce Springsteen .... producer
George Travis .... producer
 
Film Editing by
Thom Zimny 
 
Production Management
Jamie Kirkpatrick .... post-production supervisor
 
Sound Department
Bob Clearmountain .... sound re-recording mixer
James Krieger .... sound engineer
Frank Lanzer .... dolby ac3 engineer
Toby Scott .... production sound mixer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Mark Chamberlain .... camera operator
Jeff Cirbes .... camera operator
Dave Driscoll .... camera operator
Nat Heard .... camera operator
Dave Hulings .... camera operator
Charlie Huntley .... camera operator
Scott Lutton .... camera operator
Gregg Maltby .... lighting director
James J. Miller .... camera operator
Marc Nathan .... camera operator
Michael O'Rourke .... camera operator
Alain Onesto .... camera operator
Jeff Ravitz .... lighting designer
Mark Renaudin .... camera operator
Chris Rider .... video camera utility
Mitchell Simchowitz .... video controller
Pete Stendel .... camera operator
Phil Summers .... camera operator
 
Editorial Department
Stephen Hoppe .... on-line editor
Jamie Kirkpatrick .... assistant editor
Robert Leaton .... colorist
Gary Scarpulla .... colorist
 
Other crew
Barry Otto .... technical director
 

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190 min
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Australia:PG (DVD rating)

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References "The Sopranos" (1999)See more »
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Born To RunSee more »

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The next best thing to being there..., 10 May 2003
Author: cbulkin from new york city

Recorded over the course of the final two nights of the New York City stand in 2000, this DVD set features the entire HBO broadcast and a bonus disc featuring another whole set of material. Taken collectively, the two discs are approximately the length of a typical concert during the 1999 - 2000 "Reunion" tour.

Casual fans will enjoy straight-forward renditions of some of his most well known songs such as Born to Run, Thunder Road, and Badlands. To keep it interesting for fans and for the band, some of the classics are presented in vastly different arrangements. The River is slowed down and fleshed out in an arrangement that would not be out of place in a film noir soundtrack. Atlantic City and Mansion on the Hill (both from 1982's Nebraska) sound completely different as well. Atlantic City is delivered as a full throttled rocker and Mansion on the Hill sports a country feel. Born in the USA is stripped down to a stunning solo acoustic number (leaving no doubt as to the meaning of this widely misunderstood song).

Fans of Bruce's early work will be delighted by the inclusion of a spot-on Lost in the Flood (from 1973's Greetings from Asbury Park, his debut album) and The E Street Shuffle (from 1973's The Wild, the Innocent and the E Street Shuffle (played in it's entirety over the closing credits). Die-hard fans will appreciate the inclusion of several "outtakes" including the opening My Love Will Not Let You Down and Murder Incorporated (both recorded for 1984's Born in the USA), and Don't Look Back and The Promise (both recorded for 1978's Darkness on the Edge of Town).

Highlights include stellar renditions of war horses such as Prove it All Night, Ramrod, Jungleland, Backstreets, and a blistering Light of Day.

Also included is a 15 minute documentary featuring interview clips with the band as well as snippets of songs not included in the concert proper such as The Promised Land and Blood Brothers.

Having played together for over a year, the band was in peak form when this video was recorded. Highly recommended.

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