Sistemando i bootleg di Springsteen mi sono ritrovato fra le mani questi doppio CD della serie degli Uber. I dettagli:

Uber Series Volume 31
December 19th, 2004
Harry's Roadhouse(Late Show)
Asbury Park, NJ

01-For You(solo acoustic)
02-Working on the Highway(solo acoustic)
03-This Hard Land(solo acoustic)
04-Run Rudolph Run
05-From Small Things
06-Two Hearts
08-Further On Up the Road
09-Talk to Me
10-Spirit in the Night(with Patti Scialfa)
11-All That Heaven Will Allow
12-Seaside Bar Song(Max joins band to end)
13-It Takes Two(with Patti Scialfa)
14-Tell Him(with Patti Scialfa)
15-Waitin' on a Sunny Day

01-Stand On It
02-Merry Christmas Baby
03-Have Nagila
04-Darlington County
05-The Fever
06-If I Should Fall Behind(solo acoustic)
07-10th Avenue Freezeout
08-Santa Claus is Coming to Town(with Patti Scialfa & Willie Nile)
09-What's So Funny 'Bout Peace, Love, and Understanding

From Backstreets:"This seaside bar was the smallest venue in recent memory for Springsteen's two holiday jams on a cold winters' night. While music was piped outside for those who hadn't scored tickets (no more than 500 for each performance), crowds out in the street dwindled as the temperature (and snow!) dropped. Inside, there was plenty of heat. Backed by Bobby Bandiera and his band, complete with Jukes horns (who all pulled this off with very little rehearsal), Springsteen turned in two sets heavy with his own songs, and lighter on the special guest "revue" element of years past. Holiday chestnuts were sprinkled here and there -- "Run, Run Rudolph" at the beginning, and the requisite "Santa Claus" at the end -- but the setlists reflected the roadhouse vibe: rarities like "From Small Things," "Stand on It," "Rendezvous," and of course "Seaside Bar Song"; a blessedly up-to-speed album version of "Further On (Up the Road)"; and deck my halls, the return of the long-lost "All That Heaven Will Allow." Springsteen even came out into the crowd on "Tenth Avenue Freeze-out." He started both shows alone with a three-song acoustic set, breaking out "Bus Stop," "Wild Billy," "For You," "Working on the Highway," and "This Hard Land" over the two concerts. As for additional "friends," Southside Johnny guested in the afternoon performance-- not for "Talk to Me," a song Bruce wrote for the South and sang himself here, but later in the set for "The Fever." No Southside in the late show, but Bruce reprised "The Fever" anyway as an audible, and a guest spot from Patti Scialfa gave the crowd a taste of the RCDS shows, backed by Bobby & Co. on "Tell Him" and an "It Takes Two" duet with Bruce. Also in the late show, Hero of Holiday Shows Past, Max Weinberg took over the drums from "Seaside Bar Song" through the end. Each performance closed with a favorite from the Vote for Change tour (debuted by Bruce at last year's holiday shows), "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding." Beneficiaries of these concerts (besides the Asbury Park merchants, who had more than 35,000 contest entries filled out in their stores): Interfaith Neigbors, Hope Academy Charter School, Salvation Army, Family & Children's Services, Boys & Girls Club of Monmouth County, Prevention First, Epiphany House, Asbury Park Citizens on Patrol, The Center, Hispanic Affairs & Resource Center, and Save Tillie Inc."

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