Bruce Springsteen: Born to Run: 30th Anniversary Edition: Hammersmith Odeon, London '75 (2005) - Rotten Tomatoes

Bruce Springsteen: Born to Run: 30th Anniversary Edition: Hammersmith Odeon, London '75 (2005)

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Also included in the Born to Run 30th Anniversary Box Set is this concert, in which Bruce and what would become the long-standing E Street Band lineup (Max Weinberg, Garry W. Talent, Steve Van Zandt, Roy Bittan, Dan Federici and Clarence Clemons) take London by storm. This set is one of the many that became the stuff of legend, and it shows a young and optimistic world-beating Boss, skinny as a rail, turning his rock and roll revival into its very own revolution. The sound quality is astounding - so good that fans demanded an audio-only recording on CD, and got it. The set suffers a bit from the inclusion of some of his more forgettable early material (long forgotten tracks from his debut album, Greetings from Asbury Park, New Jersey like Spirit in the Night are performed), but barn-burning Rosallita, the epic Jungleland and the closing Detroit Medley are all performances so full of joy that its hard not to love it. This film, thirty years late, shows what millions of fans already knew: Bruce Springsteen was here to stay.

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