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Anybody watched the show? ******* explosive. So awesome.
I gotta go to JB HiFI next week and check out what media its available on see if they are selling a CD as well.

I had seen videos of a few songs from it over the years but only found out the quarter to three stuff is from the No Nukes concert about 10 years ago.

I saw this video maybe in 2013/14 and its a different camera angle than what I have seen the song in before that. Is this the angle used in the doco Cruyff14??



Listening to / watching videos over the last couple of weeks of this performance, what stands out for me isn't Bruce, but Clarence. His energy and sound is magnificent. Bruce has talked and written lots about finding Clarence and him coming into his life and changing his sound.

As great as all the people in the E Street Band are, i'm not sure they could have made the impact they have over the years, without Clarence. Another saxophonist could have filled the void, but a Springsteen song, album or concert is a very different world without a sax player contributing to it. It wouldn't be the same without a sax player.

Tommy Zimny first raises Clarence (and Danny) in the video below discussing the performance and the film and Bruce says he was at his peak, probably his greatest around this time. fu** sometimes I wish I was 10 years older, I would have toured North America for a year in 1978 instead of 1988 and seen Bruce and the band at maybe their absolute greatest.


 

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I gotta go to JB HiFI next week and check out what media its available on see if they are selling a CD as well.

I had seen videos of a few songs from it over the years but only found out the quarter to three stuff is from the No Nukes concert about 10 years ago.

I saw this video maybe in 2013/14 and its a different camera angle than what I have seen the song in before that. Is this the angle used in the doco Cruyff14??



Listening to / watching videos over the last couple of weeks of this performance, what stands out for me isn't Bruce, but Clarence. His energy and sound is magnificent. Bruce has talked and written lots about finding Clarence and him coming into his life and changing his sound.

As great as all the people in the E Street Band are, i'm not sure they could have made the impact they have over the years, without Clarence. Another saxophonist could have filled the void, but a Springsteen song, album or concert is a very different world without a sax player contributing to it. It wouldn't be the same without a sax player.

Tommy Zimny first raises Clarence (and Danny) in the video below discussing the performance and the film and Bruce says he was at his peak, probably his greatest around this time. fu** sometimes I wish I was 10 years older, I would have toured North America for a year in 1978 instead of 1988 and seen Bruce and the band at maybe their absolute greatest.


There's a CD, but it's on Spotify. Get with the times grandpa :p

Not sure, but the footage is excellent.

I just bought it on Prime, didn't even need to leave my house :D
 

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