Live At The Main Point 1975 by Bruce Springsteen
FANTASTIC 140 GRAM CLEAR QUADRUPLE VINYL REISSUE OF THIS LEGENDARY BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN LIVE PERFORMANCE
AVAILABLE IN A DELUXE HARDBACK SLIPCASE
This recording of a concert Bruce and the E-Street Band played in Philadelphia in February 1975 really is that of a legendary Springsteen show, a seminal moment in his career, a classic performance and an essential part of any fan's library of The Boss work. This is one of his greatest ever performances.
LEGENDARY LIVE PERFORMANCE FROM PHILADELPHIA, 1975
1000 ONLY LIMITED EDITION
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2. Incident On 57th Street
3. Mountain Of Love
4. Born To Run
5. The E Street Shuffle
6. Wings For Wheels (Thunder Road)
7. I Want You
* Live at The Roxy, Hollywood, CA. (10/17/1975)
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