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Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band: Hammersmith Odeon, London '75 (2005)

TV-G | | Music | Video 15 November 2005
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Terrific Early Concert from The Boss
8 March 2012 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band: Hammersmith Odean London '75 (2005)

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Thunder Road / Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out / Spirit in the Night / Lost in the Flood / She's the One / Born to Run / The E Street Shuffle / It's Hard to Be a Saint in the City / Backstreets / Kitty's Back / Jungleland / Rosalita (Come Out Tonight) / 4th of July, Asbury Park / Detroit Medley / For You / Quarter to Three

In the liner notes from Bruce Springsteen on the DVD release of this concert, the singer talks about their first trip to London and then he dares any young band to try and top the setlist they performed at this concert. Overall this is an incredibly raw and powerful performance that really jumps off the screen and right into your lap. The amount of energy is without question legendary Bruce and the setlist just makes the night even better. It's funny but sometime in today's time you go to concerts and just wish you could hear certain rare tracks but then you get a concert like this where most of those tracks you wish you could hear now and right there in their full glory. The show starts off with a masterful performance of "Thunder Road" and it's without question one of the strongest openings I've seen from any concert. Things just keep picking up steam with each song and some of the highlights include a terrific jam during "It's Hard to Be a Saint in the City," the jam during "Backstreets" and when has "Born to Run" not been done with fire and passion? This film was released as part of Born to Run's 30th Anniversary and it's rather amazing to see how good this show look. It doesn't have a professional look to it so there's no gloss but what it does have is a certain raw look that really captures the performance and also fits it. Fans of The Boss are certainly going to get a kick out of this show and those new to him will see what all the legendary comments about his live shows are all about.


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