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Bruce placed a "Mighty Max My Hero" posterboard in front of the drum kit, then held up one for "Jole Blon" to hit triple digits. Key of B-flat, boys! Following the Born in the U. This is a song about work, the meaning of work, and the importance of work in your life. During "The Rising," a reminder of what's to love about outdoor shows: where I was standing, a breeze kicked up during the "dream of life" section, as if "sky of memory and shadow" wouldn't already deliver goosebumps on its own — just one of those perfect moments.
Bruce looked particularly intense The Answer Came - The Big DooWopper - Feel The Spirit: A Tribute To Mahalia (CD) at the end of the song, and from here through the encores, he wouldn't let up. As "Land of Hope and Dreams" closed the main set, he'd clearly found some real fire. The band was inspired to match it, and Jake wailed away triumphantly.
After "Born to Run," Springsteen hollered, "Are you ready to get this party started?! From "Rosalita" there's Bruce and Stevie out there mugging again through "Seven Nights to Rock," "Tenth Avenue," and "Shout," it was just non-stop, Bruce emitting more and more wattage. A classic example of how Springsteen somehow gets more energized when anyone else would be getting exhausted. Also a reminder that "Dancing in the Dark" in the encore at least gives him a chance to relax with a slow dance, but there was no relaxing tonight.
By the end of "Shout" he was running The Answer Came - The Big DooWopper - Feel The Spirit: A Tribute To Mahalia (CD) circles like a dog chasing his tail, crying out "Stop me before I hurt myself! DVD, but this will be the first official audio release of a live album set. That said, what I'll look forward to revisiting are those two opening cuts with Eddie Vedder, especially Ed's "I'll be on that hill" vocal Bruce's solo on "Seeds" Over the two nights, Springsteen and the E Street Band played 50 different songs.
We started with a similar greeting — "I thought it was hot yesterday, what the fuck is going on today?! Bruce managed to stick to the setlist for another two songs, "Jackson Cage" with a seamless transition as we can now say, check the tape into "She's the One. Yeah, it was a beautiful one, with an abbreviated but spot-on "Sad Eyes" interlude.
Epic is a word that gets tossed around pretty loosely these days It was worth every bit of its sprawl, with so many dynamic shifts, Jake's sax answered by a majestic solo from Tom Morello, and everyone playing all-out at the end.
Countless strong moments from individual players. Cindy Mizelle let Bruce play her like a theremin on "Shackled. Stevie, too — there are nights when he doesn't draw attention to himself, but this was a real showcase for his vocals despite no "Two Hearts" or "Prove It," filling in essential harmonies throughout the night. Morello's "Joad" solo gobsmacked as usual, and transitioning from that right into "Badlands" to close the main set really worked.
A world premiere from High Hopes began the encore, as "Hunter of Invisible Game" got its first live workout. Just Bruce himself on the acoustic at first, with subtle instrumentation gradually filling in from Soozie and the horns, Max with brushes, and Bruce coming out onto the thrust halfway through. Are you tired? Do you need to throw some shrimp on the barbie? It felt to me from the beginning like a generally livelier crowd than Night 1, but it was still a surprise to see everyone, front to back and top to bottom, not only off their Australian asses without needing to be told but jumping up and down: "I like it, I like it, I like it!
Well, here on the south-up other side of the world, where toilets flush backwards and everyone feels upside down, it makes total sense to start with the encores first. The Mitch Ryder blowout was played for a sign that would hang behind the stage all night "Get me a spotlight on that! Later in the show, the rare-these-days "Darkness" would be quite something with four electrics, too. When you've got a three-and-a-half-hour, song show ahead, as it turned out, you need to pace yourself.
From there we hit album pods: a couple from High Hopes, Morello playing with his teeth on the title track as the lights strobe and Reverend Bradley pounds away on the conga, followed by four in a row from Wrecking Ball. The lesser-played "Jack of All Trades" was the clear standout here, Bruce telling the crowd, "In the States, for the past seven years, millions of peope lost their homes, their savings, because of the greed and avarice of a small group of people. A masterful performance appreciated by a respectful crowd, swaying their arms in the air rather than running to the loo.
I hate to say even one unkind word about "Human Touch" — underrated, always welcome, and just one of many from that the E Street Band can put a great stamp on when given the chance.
But this time it took a while to get off the ground, just sort of loping along — until it finally all exploded at the end, someone The Answer Came - The Big DooWopper - Feel The Spirit: A Tribute To Mahalia (CD) the volume, and Bruce's mean solo made up for the meandering. How to fix? Play it more often!
Great to hear Soozie step up for vocals here, reminding us that her voice graced this music before her fiddle did, and I can't wait for the download so we can hear the horns. Has anybody here ever blown a good thing? That's impossible — this is Australia! Everybody has! Everybody's been there. It's good And then you try to fix it. There are several ways to do that. I've found that the best way is to suck it up. You go back, and you simply It's funny to be in a place where we can find ourselves saying things like "'Prove It All Night' with the '78 intro sounded like it usually does' Not so long ago, going from that one to the introductory strains of "Mary's Place" might be the most deflating transition you could imagine, but not tonight.
Without the bloat of the Rising tour rendition, with the band stopping on a dime whenever called for, spotlight on Ed "Thin Man" Manion while the band modulates Used sparingly, it could continue to be. A botched start — "oops, we haven't played this one that much yet! Through a drawn-out Stonesy intro to "Darlington County," Springsteen carried a mic stand all the way upstage so he could sing the first verse to those behind the stage. And soon he went the other way, walking the GA circuit to have his traditional moment with Nils at the back of the pit.
Of course, if you really want full-bore Who knows if the "Highway to Hell" actually is Highway 9, but Bruce made the connection with "Born to Run," and then kept the theme going with a rare "Ramrod" by request "Steve! I see a sign!! Pretty impressive that they can burn "Detroit Medley" right up top and still have plenty of heights to scale in the encore.
Booties were shaken, Landau strapped on a guitar for "Shout," and we even got Bruce hollering, "I'm just a prisoner For the closing pair of solo songs, we started with another return to with "If I Should Fall Behind. Then, a mighty conquering. Having delivered on their promise of coming to Perth, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band capped their three-show stand with an old-school powerhouse, from start to finish. For three hours Bruce and the band tore through their songbook like a road train barreling across the flatlands of Western Australia.
Their starting point? A cursed roadway Aussies have been pumping their fists to since The "Highway to Hell. From a pitch-black stage came a guitar riff carved into the DNA of Perth natives and rock 'n' roll fans around the world, a riff forever tied to the menacing vocals of hometown hero Bon Scott.
The house lights went up as Max's drums joined the riff, and there it was, the world's greatest roadshow paying homage to Australia's most internationally renowned rock band. Bruce and Steven wore game faces, but Tom Morello looked like a kid who'd stumbled inside the Temple of Rock and was presenting an offering to the gods.
The E Street Band was leaving town, but not before doing some blasting of their own. As the smoke cleared, a Darkness foursome rolled in like a storm front.
A galloping "Badlands" led to an "Adam Raised a Cain" that was almost bluesy, the song's haunting narrative sung slowly between six-string blazes. Bruce marched to the front of the stage and grabbed a sign for "Streets of Fire" like he was snatching his wallet back from a thief. The die-hard favorite was followed by Bruce shouting "Candy's Room" to his bandmates, continuing the Stratocaster barrage and more Bruce guitar face.
On the former, Everett Bradley banged out percussion between Bruce and Tom like he wanted to bring rain before Tom did so with an extended solo. The latter saw Steven's backing vocals complemented by a crowd accustomed to singing along with the classic Saints song since Above soulful keys Bruce then addressed the "citizens of Perth" beneath a spooky yellow glow: "The mighty E Street Band has come thousands of miles to the remotest city on Earth Bruce and Jake ventured to the walkway behind Front GA and sat together like Clarence and Bruce once did, Jake playing gentle sax while Springsteen got goofy with a female admirer.
Jake saluted Bruce like a soldier going to battle just before Springsteen began his hand-propelled voyage to the stage, where Jake waited to pull him from the throng.
The two hugged, Bruce said "thanks for the ride," and it was back to business with a rousing "Wrecking Ball. Nils was front and center throughout "No Surrender," and Jake brought maximum swagger to "Bobby Jean. A rockabilly guitar warmed the engine of "Open All Night" while Bruce did his now customary "We are 30 seconds from liftoff" shtick. A smartphone timer flashed onscreen, and he reiterated his desire "to see Australian asses lifted off Australian seats. Everyone stood up. Equally magical, and spine-chilling, was Cindy Mizelle's vocal solo during "Shackled and Drawn.
The awe inside the arena made it quiet as a confessional. Bruce and Cindy both appear in the Oscar-nominated 20 Feet From Stardomand it's clear Bruce has vowed to highlight her heavenly pipes on this tour. Mighty Max earned his meal money on a thundering "Radio Nowhere" before Tom Morello couldn't contain an extra flourish to his volcanic "Ghost of Tom Joad" solo, bringing a forgiving smile from Bruce.
Bruce next excused everyone and took a seat at Roy's piano. Every Australian ass lifted off every Australian seat within a half-second of "Born in the U. Max showed he's more than a guy with a new, suave haircut throughout, recreating his famous fill near the end like Buddy Rich on crystal meth.
The E Street Band absorbed a few minutes of Perth love before Bruce saw them offstage and strapped on an acoustic guitar. Pointing at a sign that read "'Terry's Song' for Erik," he strummed his guitar and said, "Let's see if I can remember it. Saying "We'll be seeing ya," it was time to leave for more unexplored Australian territory. That means you, Adelaide. No great revelation for anyone following the antipodean exploits of Freehold's favourite son, but tonight, in the second of three shows in Perth, he worked.
He switched gears throughout the show like a trucker working a grade, from mugging it up like old times with Steven during a trio of River songs at the show's beginning to a spine-chilling solo acoustic "Girls in Their Summer Clothes" to standing atop the soundboard at the rear of Perth Arena's floor during "Tenth Avenue. He collected a pair of signs for a loose "Sherry Darling" and worked Perth into it by singing " Bruce got so caught up collecting signs and two shockingly gigantic pairs of granny underpants with hearts on them he forgot the song's "It Takes Two" conclusion.
Steven wasn't to be denied his Nixon impersonation, however, and waved his salute before the band got serious and tore through "High Hopes" like a locomotive. Bruce yelled "C'mon Australia! A sign for "Light of Day" triggered Max's thunderous intro and a scorching guitar solo by Bruce that sounded like the world's saddest train whistle. As has long been the case, the familiarity of "Hungry Heart" got people standing, and Bruce made the most of it.
He grabbed a gift bag before his nightly crowd surf and displayed its mostly Aussie-centric contents — a packet of Tim-Tams, jar of Vegemite and box of chocolates— to a nearby camera.
While passing over the heads of a delirious throng he intoned "My gifts! My gifts! A scenario that won't be duplicated anywhere, at any time, by anyone.
Another Springsteen-only moment followed. After calling for an acoustic guitar he began familiarizing himself with a mystery song while the band, and crowd, waited expectantly. Strumming the guitar he lowered expectations by murmuring, "Let's see if I can remember it" and "I'll have to make it up.
A giant "Save My Love" sign seemed far-fetched until a now foreign-sounding glockenspiel laid a foundation for The Promise rarity. Bruce cajoled his fiddle player with a quick "Hey Soozie, play something," and the song gathered steam from there, culminating in a final verse that conjured a true era E Street Band sweetness.
The evening's unpredictably was quickly chased by a body slam of "Atlantic City," "Youngstown," "Murder Incorporated," and "Johnny This didn't deter Springsteen, who added a whispered "Been lookin' He stopped "Johnny 99" unexpectedly to adjust what can only be described as a mobster tie and brought yet another smile to Steven's face.
He chided those who immediately stood up: "Not yet You've got to feel it And it did. Like clockwork. A woman who needs no prompting to feel anything, Cindy Mizelle, didn't accompany Bruce to the front during "Shackled and Drawn. A close-up of her face on the screen behind the stage was a vision of joy as the crowd responded accordingly. A little boy named James who Bruce said put on an "incredible audition" at a beach the day before was hoisted on stage for "Sunny Day.
Bruce was impressed. So were we. Bruce called out "Joad! All eyes fell on Tom Morello, who lurked in the shadows in front of Max's bass drum like a coiled snake. He didn't miss his chance to strike. Bruce worked his ass off during a raucous "Rosalita," dragging his mic stand across the stage to better connect with a crowd seemingly unfamiliar with the song's history on E Street. Introducing the band at the end of "Twist and Shout" brought a moment of hilarity — Bruce forgot Nils.
As the song wound to a close, consigliere Steven could be seen shouting in Bruce's ear. Like a chastened schoolboy Bruce stopped the song, stood in the center of the stage, and announced, "Last but not least Bruce relaunched "Twist and Shout" before confirming his penance by introducing Nils a second time, all while Steven busted a gut laughing.
Bruce seemed to excuse his gaffe by saying "We got a lot of these suckers up here! After the band took their final bows and Bruce strapped on an acoustic guitar, he mentioned the "God's work" of Foodbank Western Australia and mentioned a benefit concert for victims of recent bushfires to be held Sunday in Perth at the Mundaring Weir Hotel.
Bruce looked 25 years old as he sang the vows of "Thunder Road" before promising to be back tomorrow night for another "spectacular. For this Australian opening night, the first of three in Perth, the hardcore fans have queued for days and have taken their prized place in the GA pit. More casual fans have packed the concession stands and are getting their last beers right up to showtime.
The lights go down and the band takes the stage to a raucous Perth cheer. With the whole arena in darkness except for the flickering lights of the stage electronics, Bruce addresses the crowd. Great to be in the most remotest place on Earth!
The mighty E Street Band has come thousands of fucking miles to prove to you tonight that one and one does not make two The mighty E Street Band and the mighty people of Perth — the two of us and you — are about to make three.
It's a magic trick, except it's not a trick. So I've had my vegemite sandwich, and all i need to know is Here we go! There were six High Hopes songs in all, already a higher new album quotient than in South Africa. Later in the show, Everett Bradley started "Heavens Wall" in error, but Bruce decided to adopt the setlist change by his percussionist: "Apparently Everett wants to play this one, so we will!
Conducting his band, Bruce was in command as he pointed at each of the players to deliver their solos in perfect succession. In the middle, the here she comes section morphed into a few bars of "Pretty Woman. The highlight of the evening for many, and one of the defining moments of the show, came thanks to a sign request of "For You" [ audience video ]. It was a sublime performance, solo piano on Roy's grand, Bruce singing in a higher range with a vibrato edge, reminiscent of the "If I Should Fall Behind" live clip.
It was so good even the band, led by Little Steven, The Answer Came - The Big DooWopper - Feel The Spirit: A Tribute To Mahalia (CD), was applauding the performance in the wings.
A fun version of "Ramrod" to begin encores kept the energy and vibe going strong; a group of ladies recgonized by Bruce as "Stevie's Angels" were pulled on stage to dance, and they all joined in for the ass-shake at the end. The standard run of encores kepts the crowd dancing to their favorites before closing the band portion of the show with "Shout. The start of a tour, coupled with what must be some major jetlag, will have that effect But a very strong performance nonetheless for Night 1 in Perth, with expectations climbing for two more nights to come as Bruce and the band adjust to the most remotest place on Earth.
Soundchecked but not played: "Dream Baby Dream" [ pro-shot video ]. But he and the band weren't quite through here: for the E Street Band's first stadium performance ofin a venue far larger than the Bellville Velodrome, Johannesburg hosted the final concert of their South African debut.
A few days after Cape Town, sitting beneath a baking sun in Jozi's FNB Stadium with our backs against the comparative cool of the E Street Band's stage, the first few hundred fans leapt to our feet with a roar as a casually dressed Bruce emerged with an acoustic guitar, hours before showtime.
Equipped with a reticent but warm smile, Bruce surveyed the signs of the crowd below including my very own, "I flew 14, miles, to my 10th country South Africa's very own Dan Patlansky performed before the E Street Band began their main set, in what he dubbed "the greatest night of my career.
The home of Nelson Mandela, Johannesburg sang loudly the lyrics of "Free Nelson Mandela," which made its third South African appearance as show opener.
Energy levels were high as the E Street Band stormed their way through "Seeds" and "Out in the Street," before rain started to fall.
As the music intensified, so did the rain A now serious expression and tone overcame Bruce, as he invited Stevie to center stage for the introduction to "The River," expanding on the falsetto of the song before. With an intensely focused E Street Band, "American Skin 41 Shots " was performed for its third time in South Africa, a location entirely appropriate for its content, and the most distinct performance of the piece since arriving these shores.
The storm overhead proceeded with such intensity that during the first verse of "The Ghost of Tom Joad," Bruce's microphone cut out. With fans shouting to The Answer Came - The Big DooWopper - Feel The Spirit: A Tribute To Mahalia (CD) from the pit, the ever-on-the-ball Stevie Van Zandt scrambled to find a solution.
A number of false starts later, Bruce disappeared for a brief moment into the depths of the backstage before returning to a functioning microphone, able to complete the longest version of "Joad" to date. This rain refused to subside, and with "Badlands" a sodden audience sang the final song of the main set as the band raised their guitars towards the waterlogged skies. Nelson Mandela and his cause have been the underlying theme of all four of these concerts.
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