8 thoughts on Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out - Bruce Springsteen & The E-Street Band - Live In New York City (VHS)

  1. Samura   Zulkilrajas
    Jul 05,  · Bruce returns to the stage to perform an awesome version of the fan-favorite "Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out". While the song isn't as great as it would be on .
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  2. Magrel   Met
    After 13 years, Bruce Springsteen and the E-Street Band have reunited for an extensive tour through Europe and the United States. I've had the pleasure of seeing them in Paris and it was wonderful. There is no other performer who can get a crowd going like that at his zbigoxsopassperreticomdurchmaldiscma.xyzinfo tour ended with a night-stand in New York City, all of them sold out.
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  3. Fezahn   Mauk
    Live/–85 is a live album by Bruce Springsteen & the E Street zbigoxsopassperreticomdurchmaldiscma.xyzinfo consists of 40 tracks recorded at various concerts between and , released as a box set by Columbia Records on November 10, In November of '85, Springsteen wrote in the liner notes, "Jon Landau sent a four-song cassette of 'Born in the U.S.A.', 'Seeds', 'The River' and 'War' down to my house with a note.
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  4. Gok   Faesida
    About “Tenth Avenue Freeze Out” One of Bruce’s most popular live songs, this number tells a mythologized version of the formation of the E Street Band What have the artists said about the song?
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  5. Gardagore   Meztigrel
    Tenth Avenue runs through E Street in Belmar, New Jersey. The band got their name from the street, which is where they used to rehearse. Springsteen, however, has said that he has no idea what a "Tenth Avenue Freeze-out" is. The "Big Man" in the third verse is Clarence Clemons.
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  6. Brajinn   Balrajas
    Comments: 7. Gary from Windham As we all know 10AFO is about Bruce teaming up with Clemons. Bruce was playing small E street clubs while Clemons & Co. played the hipper 10th Ave Jazz Scene. Bruce, wanting to play the more serious, earthy music, didn't have an in, and watching Clemons style and playing with many fine musicians of the day made him yearn to be a part of it!
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  7. Karan   Balrajas
    Whether it's the whole band singing lines from "Wait for Me," transforming a love song into a pledge about the future of the E Street Band, or using "Tenth Avenue Freezeout" to preach the redemptive power of rock and roll, the old stuff is new/5().
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  8. Kile   Jutaxe
    Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band: Live In New York City is the name of a concert film done by HBO, featuring the first ever major televised Bruce Springsteen concert. It was later released on DVD with eleven extra songs not televised, and as a CD of the same name.
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