report and loto foot 15 prochaine grille pronostic photographs by Joe Wall Setlist: Darlington County Working on the Highway Glory Days Johnny 99 Prove It All Night My Love Will Not Let You Down Out in the Street Hungry Heart My City of Ruins Wrecking Ball The River Youngstown American.
Big finish, big applause, and bam "The Ties That Bind the second and last River song of the night.
"Listen to your Junkman, all dressed up in satin, walking by the alley" a metaphor for an America that was sold on a promise of a quick fix, a drug of glittering promises that turned into an alternative truth.
"Tramps like us!" we shout, free and wild, wanderers in a blast zone searching for survivors of the E Street apocalypse, "Baby we were born to run!" Temporary Wendy kisses me as we part, the DJ fades the song, and our wolfpack disbands.Max's high-hat signalled "Candy's Room and we were in that rare concert zone when it feels like the ground below us could fall away but we'd remain floating in place.The song melted from E Street Band heat, a furious rendition that set up rousing redneck rockers "Darlington County" and "Working on the Highway." Bruce handed the mic to Nils to sing a "Darlington" refrain, his high-desert vocals an absolute treat; while on walkabout, Bruce.This last night of summer belonged to memories of Gregg, with Browne doing a wonderful "Sweet Melissa" and Steven covering the Allmans classic "It's Not My Cross to Bear." But this being Jersey, of course, and with Springsteen's birthday right around the corner, what else.That shared experience reaches its peak with the final song of the night, "Born to Run" on acoustic guitar.Never has Springsteen been as unpacked or as settled-in for a run of shows.Does Perth know what time it is?!For 45 years Bruce Springsteen has not only avoided phoning in the hits, but has appeared physically incapable of doing.Shot up to Number 3 in the NJ Pizza Power Rankings.Linearity begins to drift; eras conflate.
In case Bruce's declaration of solidarity with a new American resistance wasn't enough, the playing of only two songs from The River at an arena bursting with River -themed merchandise proved the good intentions of a feel-good retrospective had been kiboshed for the topical.A sufficiently affirmative response made him cry "It's ass-shaking time!" and the tuchases of two street kids from New Jersey were shaken for the final time on this tour.No pomp, no ceremony, no press.Wendy's multiple casualty disaster training made her more prepared than most; she'd taken a break from her nursing career in 2011, but this detail meant nothing in the minutes after the quake as she attempted to resuscitate a man crushed by a collapsed café.By the time Captain Lofgren finished his whirling dervish solo we were swept up in a current and dropped on our heads and barely had time to breathe before "The Rising" started and the cycle repeated.And of our present.And there's nobody coming down here.So it's refreshing to find him rediscovering his comic gifts of late, first with the Born to Run memoir, equal parts eloquent and uproarious, and now with Springsteen on Broadway, which aims even more squarely for laughs, but never unearned ones.For photos of my top restaurants and dishes, see the gallery above.