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Torrent details1981-08-04 - Have The Faith - Landover '81 (Ev2) **request** Posted this as a request enjoy
Many thanks to the original taper
Title: Have The Faith - Landover '81
Date: August 4, 1981.
Location: Capital Centre, Landover, MD
(2)nak1000> hhb850> eac> sf6> flac
01 Thunder Road
02 Prove It All Night
03 Out In The Street
04 Darkness On The Edge Of Town
05 Intro / "This Is A Song For Elvis"
06 Johnny Bye Bye
07 Independence Day
09 Two Hearts
10 The Promised Land
11 The River
12 Intro / "On Your 21st Birthday"
13 This Land Is Your Land
14 Who'll Stop The Rain?
16 Hungry Heart
17 You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch)
01 Cadillac Ranch
02 Sherry Darling
03 Jole Blon
04 Intro / "With Us Since Beginning"
05 For You
06 Point Blank
07 Candy's Room
09 Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)
11 Born To Run
12 The Detroit Medley (w/ You Can't Sit Down, Sweet Soul Music, Shake)
Balanced sound (vocal, instruments), stereo enchancing (minor) + a lot of else.
"A newly-surfaced recording of this show has made this one a quick favorite among fans of the 1980-81 tour.
Probably the most rockin' second set of all time, as it included all rockers except for "Point Blank,"
including "Jole Blon," "For You," and "Candy's Room."" -theboots.net
I am the original taper of this show. I used (2)nak300's>sony tcd-5m, don't remember too much about this
show. I might have been on the stage left side a couple of rows up, couple of seats in front of the stack.
Or maybe that was the 8/7/81 show. I taped both of these. I made a couple of cassette copies for people
over the years. A couple of years ago I made a dat for someone in nyc and I guess it got leaked and
bootlegged. I have never heard the boot and I am curious if my version is better. I also taped bruce in
cinci in the summer of 1984. I also might have provided the tapes of bruce at carter barron and conn hall
in wdc in 1975, if those were leaked in early 2000's.
This was transferred using nak1000>hhb850>eac>sf6>flac.
Intro to 'Independence Day':
I remember when I was 16, or 17 years old.. I used to come in late, my father had the front door locked so
me and my sister used to have to come in around the side, and he'd be sitting in the kitchen waiting for us
all the time.. waiting for us to come in. And I see that was the only time he wanted to talk to us about..
about what we wanted to be or where we thought we were going. And he would always ask me one question:
"Bruce, what do you think you're doing?"
And for 18 years I watched him sit at the kitchen table by himself at night in the dark. And I used to get
angry all the time 'cause I thought he was always cutting me short.. and he didn't have the faith in me that
I wanted him to have, I guess. As I got older, I realized that I watched him sit there by himself alone for
all that time, and never once asked him, what he was thinking about.
He spent 18 years, six nights a week, seven nights a week sitt