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1979-09-21 & 22 Bruce Springsteen-The Complete MUSE Shows   
Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band
The Complete Muse Shows
September 21-22, 1979
Madison Square Garden, NY


Disc 1
(1) Prove It All Night
(2) Badlands
(3) The Promised Land
(4) The River
(5) Sherry Darling
(6) Thunder Road
(7) Jungleland
(8) Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)
(9) Born to Run
(10) Stay
(11) Detroit Medley
(12) Rave On


Disc 2
(1) Prove It All Night
(2) Badlands
(3) The Promised Land
(4) The River
(5) Sherry Darling
(6) Thunder Road
(7) Jungleland
(8) Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)
(9) Born to Run
(10) Stay
(11) Quarter to Three


1979-09-21 - MADISON SQUARE GARDEN, NEW YORK CITY, NY

PROVE IT ALL NIGHT / BADLANDS / THE PROMISED LAND / THE RIVER / SHERRY DARLING / THUNDER ROAD / JUNGLELAND / ROSALITA (COME OUT TONIGHT) / BORN TO RUN / STAY (with Jackson Browne and Rosemary Butler) / DETROIT MEDLEY / RAVE ON

First of two MUSE (Musicians United for Safe Energy) Benefit concerts, also known as "No Nukes". Twelve song set includes the premiere of "The River". The crowd sings "Happy Birthday" to Bruce before "Thunder Road".

Soundboard tape. Outstanding video footage of "The River" is included in the 1980 theatrical movie release No Nukes (later available on home video) and also the official Video Anthology DVD. Audio recordings of "Stay" (with Jackson Browne and Rosemary Butler) and an edited "Devil With The Blue Dress Medley" (a.k.a. "Detroit Medley") were officially released on Elektra/Asylum's three-LP concert album No Nukes later that year (which was eventually officially issued on a two-CD set in 1997). Soundboard available on CDs 'The Complete MUSE shows' and 'Two Nights In The Garden' (Vintage Masters). Unreleased, pro-shot raw film footage of the "Detroit Medley" (with one major edit omitting Bruce's "emergency announcement") from this show is circulating on fan-made DVDs. There is also a live, pro-shot video for "Stay" which has circulated since the late '80s and an amateur video of the first three songs of one of the nights.


1979-09-22 - MADISON SQUARE GARDEN, NEW YORK CITY, NY

PROVE IT ALL NIGHT / BADLANDS / THE PROMISED LAND / THE RIVER / SHERRY DARLING / THUNDER ROAD / JUNGLELAND / ROSALITA (COME OUT TONIGHT) / BORN TO RUN / STAY (with Jackson Browne, Tom Petty, and Rosemary Butler) / QUARTER TO THREE

Second MUSE (Musicians United for Safe Energy) Benefit concert, also known as "No Nukes". "Summertime Blues" has been reported as being played but there is no evidence of this. "Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)" features an instrumental snippet of the "Batman Theme" after Max's introduction. Contains the infamous Lynn Goldsmith moment during "Quarter To Three" - Goldsmith (Bruce's ex-girlfriend) was taking photos, which Bruce thought she had agreed not to do. He drags her up on stage, announces her as "my ex-girlfriend" and then has her escorted away. Tom Petty joins along with Jackson Browne and Rosemary Butler for "Stay".

Soundboard, audience tapes and some video. Soundboard available on CDs 'The Complete MUSE shows', 'No Nukes' (Godfatherecords) and 'Two Nights In The Garden' (Vintage Masters). Outstanding video footage of "Thunder Road" and the finale of "Quarter To Three" is included in the 1980 theatrical movie release No Nukes, later available on home video. "Thunder Road" is also included on the Video Anthology VHS/DVD. Unreleased, pro-shot raw film footage of the complete "Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)" from this show is circulating on fan-made DVDs, as is a longer (but still edited) version of "Quarter To Three" with the Lynn Goldsmith "incident" removed. Thirteen minutes of outstanding semi-professional video of three songs, "Prove It All Night", "Badlands", and "The Promised Land" also circulates.