- Sep 10, 2004
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So when does Broadway drop on Netflix for us? As in, exact time?
Im in America right now and theres a Springsteen channel on satellite radio. Left Denver this morning on my way to Salt Lake City and just as I got in the car they started playing the entire concert from Feb 2.Two years ago this weekend played AAMI Melbourne.
Crying with jealousyIm in America right now and theres a Springsteen channel on satellite radio. Left Denver this morning on my way to Salt Lake City and just as I got in the car they started playing the entire concert from Feb 2.
Driving down one of the most scenic highways in America (even moreso atm because everything is covered in snow) listening to the full concert. Was an unexpected highlight of the trip.
New Line Cinema, a subsidiary of Warner Bros. Pictures, will distribute, around the world, the Bruce Springsteen-inspired coming-of-age charmer "Blinded by the Light," according to Deadline.
The company paid $15 million. The film, a recent hit at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah, will see a “big wide release” in 2019, according to the report.
“This is a dream come true,” said director Gurinder Chadha in a statement. “I was already overwhelmed by the amazing reception for the film, but to find a home at New Line and Warner Bros. and to have the support and passion of people who embrace the universality of this story is fantastic. Bruce congratulated me on the amazing response saying how pleased he was for me. I hope ‘Blinded by the Light’ will inspire, entertain and resonate with audiences everywhere, and do justice to both (Sarfraz Manzoor’s) wonderful memoir and the moving words and lyrics of Bruce Springsteen.”
Chadha is best known for the hit “Bend It Like Beckham.” "Blinded by the Light" is based on the “Greetings from Bury Park” memoir by Manzoor and it details the impact of Springsteen's music on a South Asian Muslim teenager growing up in ’80s England.
So with the vinyl version there is obviously no digital version anywhere?Have the download, only listened to Backstreets.
And yeah the vinyl box set has BIT USA remastered if that's what you meant. If it wasn't, rephrase your question cos I didn't really get it.
BIT USA from Melb1 sounds incredible though?So with the vinyl version there is obviously no digital version anywhere?
I play the live releases (in the MP3 version) in my car and they sound awesome...,and then the opening track of BITUSA starts and it’s like listening to a cassette tape. Just lacks clarity, crispness and power.