Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band – Jungleland (Live in New York City)

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Live in New York City
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Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band’s first tour in 10 years ended with an emotional series of 10 concerts at New York’s famed Madison Square Garden. Live In New York City, featuring performances from the last two nights of that tour (chronicled partially in an Emmy Award-winning HBO special), captures “the heart-stopping, pants-dropping, house-rocking, earth-quaking, booty-shaking, love-making, legendary E Street Band” as Bruce and his blood brothers embarked on an exciting new musical chapter together. Now, for the first time, this magical program comes to YouTube in its entirety for fans new and old to experience.

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  • Roy Bittan has to be the best rock pianist on the planet! As well as accomplished classical.

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  • How can I connect you? That's not an ordinary trash. You'll see and I could be kinda oracul you had never saw in. My wish is more than a wholy fucking world, you have to be trusted in)

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  • Such a beautiful moment between Bruce and Clarence at the end of that solo.
    That's what music does to souls who let it in.

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  • If you don't def der de def der de all the way through that sax solo you ain't got no soul………

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  • Wonder if Jungleland was in fact New Jersey, personally, it felt like that at times to be honest….? Something stirred and disturbed his soul as a young man, that's for sure….

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  • Goosebumps from head to toe the whole last minute of the song

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  • Jungleland and also other live performances of Buce are like movies, you don't need images, you have music and poetry….your imagination does the rest

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  • Love you and miss you mom…I will always remember you! Till we meet again..

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  • The Big Man’s most Epic sax solo…boy, he is missed..still.

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  • I REMEMBER IT WELL BRUCE, STILL LIVIN' IN THE JUNGLE, MUCH LOVE TO YOU !!

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  • As a child I had the privilege of being called onstage to perform Waitin on a Sunny Day with Bruce and the band. I'll never forget that day, saying "take it big man" to the legend Clarence Clemons at the Madison Square Garden.

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  • DOES ANYONE ELSE JUST SEE SILVIO UP THERE PLAYING IN A BAND NOW ? INSTEAD OF STEVIE VAN ZANDT ..IM SORRY I WATCHED TOO MUCH SOPRANO'S….NO DISRESPECT.

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  • What a great song when it came out in '75. How could we expect Bruce to sing it with the same passion after all these years? Guys like Bruce are so great that they leave it on the stage, even when it's not so good. I'll always love the version on the Born to Run album.

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  • You know a song is an instant classic when the length of time it takes flies by and before you know it the song has ended.

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