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Bruce Springsteen & The E. Street Band 
St. Pete Times Forum 
Tampa, Florida 
April 22, 2008 

audio: (vegetated) stc-11 > r09 16/44.1 > soundforge > flac > 1536 bit wav > LPCM on DVDs 

video: (Silver Stallion) Sony HDR-HC1 HD camcorder; NTSC, 16:9 PAR, 29.97 fps; 1080x1440 HD master tape transferred to harddrive via a firewire using a Sony HDR-HC1 with Sony Vegas Pro 12; encoded to 720x480 SD MPEG2 with 2-pass VBR in Sony Vegas Pro 12 at 8K max, 5850 avg, 1K min (disc 1) & 8K max, 5650 avg, 1K min (disc 2) 

Authored to DVD by Silver Stallion with Sony DVD Architect Pro 5. 

running time: 2 hr 44 mins (full show) 

disk 1 (80 mins) 
1. Danny Federici tribute 
2. Backstreets 
3. Radio Nowhere 
4. Lonesome Day 
5. No Surrender 
6. Gypsy Biker 
7. 4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy) 
8. Growin' Up 
9. Atlantic City 
10. Because The Night 
11. Darkness On The Edge Of Town 
12. She's The One 
13. Livin' In The Future 
14. The Promised Land 

disk 2 (84 mins) 
1. Waiting On A Sunny Day 
2. Brilliant Disguise 
3. Racing In The Street 
4. The Rising 
5. Last To Die 
6. Long Walk Home 
7. Badlands 
8. Out In The Street 
9. I'll Fly Away 
10. Rosalita 
11. Born To Run 
12. Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out 
13. American Land 

Bruce Springsteen - guitars, harmonica, lead vocal 
Steve Van Zandt - guitars, mandolin, backing vocal 
Patti Scialfa - guitars, backing vocal 
Nils Lofgren - guitars, backing vocal 
Gary Tallent - bass 
Max Weinberg - drums 
Roy Bittan - keyboards, accordian, backing vocal 
Charlie Giordano - keyboards, accordian 
Clarence Clemons - saxophones, percussion, backing vocal 
Soozie Tyrell - violin, guitar, backing vocal 

Show postponed due to the death of organ player Dan Federici. A montage of archive footage of Danny was played prior to the band appearing on stage to the song Blood Brothers, while his accordion and organ were placed at the center of the stage with the spotlight shining on them. This mark of respect continued throughout the remainder of US leg of the tour. They then went into a very emotional rendition of Backstreets. Danny's trademark song, 4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy) was played with Roy Bittan on the accordion. Further emotional tributes were shown by playing Growin' Up and I'll Fly Away. 

I have held onto to this recording for a little over ten years and I am releasing it for the first time now. 


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