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Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band: Live in New York City

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  • Format: Anamorphic, Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: Sony
  • Release Date: Nov. 13 2001
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 63 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00005R23S
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #6,175 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band's emotional ten-night stand at Madison Square Garden inspired an Emmy-winning HBO special, a critically acclaimed live album, and now this 2-DVD set, featuring 11 songs not included in the HBO broadcast, as well as "NYC Serenade," a 15-minute featurette culled from rare interview, concert and rehearsal footage. Songs: My Love Will Not Let You Down, Prove It All Night, Two Hearts, Atlantic City, Mansion on the Hill, The River, Youngstown, Murder Incorporated, Badlands, Out in the Street, Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out, Born to Run, Land of Hope and Dreams, American Skin (41 Shots), Backstreets, Don't Look Back, Darkness on the Edge of Town, Lost in the Flood, Born in the U.S.A., Jungleland, Light of Day, The Promise, Thunder Road, Ramrod, If I Should Fall Behind. 190 minutes.


There's only one better way to experience these performances by Bruce Springsteen and his reunited E Street Band, and that's if you were actually in Madison Square Garden when they were recorded in June and July 2000. This two-disc set includes more than three hours of music. Disc One features the 14 songs that were aired by HBO in 2001, while Disc Two adds another 11 tunes released here for the first time. The Boss and his band are in top form; their sheer exuberance at playing together, not to mention the joy and inspiration they provide their audience, are palpable, thanks in no small part to the excellent direction and superb sound (Dolby Digital 5.1 or PCM stereo). Highlights? Almost everything, from timeless anthems like "Born to Run" and "Thunder Road" to the riveting "American Skin (41 Shots)" and a bluesy, solo "Born in the U.S.A." All together now: Bruuuuuuce! --Sam Graham

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My soul has been moved...Initially i got into The Boss as a joke. He is sadly institutionalized into the school of the classicly abused rock n roll icons, and by that i mean that for the uninitiated [or ignorant] his Born in the USA stereotype will be hard to shake. In fact i believed that he was the embodiment of the pathetic 80's values and arrogant patriotism.
With that said, the reunification of the Boss and the ministry of Rock 'n' Roll [the E-Street Band] have pulled off another timeless concert movie. Whether it be Little Steven's Nixon impersonation, "Big Red's" overture, the do-see-do of Clarence Clemons and Nils Lofgren [Clemons looking remarkedly similar to Ghost Dog], the Boss' raving lunacy on Tenth Ave Freeze Out, or the um..."fashion" of Max Weinberg.
"Bruce Springsteen & the E-Street Band: Live in NY" marks as truly one of the great performances from truly one of the greatest musicians...every single song shatters its past connections and seemingly becomes a gospel number, sung [completely unpretentiously] by both the Madison Square Garden's audience and the E-Street Band. It's more relatable than Dylan, more personal than the other 99.9% and far, far more giving than most.
i cry...you will too.
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Some day someone will make the perfect rock concert DVD. Until then, this one will be the benchmark. Just short of perfect, it's got all the magic and energy of a live concert, but with better views of Bruce and the Band.
Fifty-two years old, thirty-something years of performances behind him, Bruce Springsteen remains transcendant. Reunited with the E Street Band, he shows in song after song why he is the very best: there is nothing held back, there is nothing artificial and there's nothing between you and what he feels and believes. All those years down the road and he still believes passionately that rock and roll can save us and redeem us.
The DVD has two disks. The first is the HBO broadcast, and also includes "New York City Serenade," largely a worshipful interview by Bob Costas. The second DVD has eleven additional songs, a few of them superior to much on the first DVD.
Let me recommend especially "Land of Hope and Dreams," Bruce's answer to the spiritual "This Train Is Bound for Glory," and a lot more. Bruce's train, I promise, you, is a lot more inclusive. If "41 Shots" doesn't move you, if 'Layna's plea to her son doesn't give you goose bumps, then you must be dead. And if hearing the members of the E Street Band sing the promises of "If I Should Fall Behind" to each other doesn't give you hope for the next album, well, go break out your Lawrence Welk records and stop bothering rock fans.
With each album, with each concert, Bruce Springsteen reaffirms his belief that rock and roll can save your soul. Buy this DVD. See for yourself.
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If only this had been a beginning-to end-record of a complete Bruce Springsteen concert, it would have been perfect. There is a show's worth of material, over three hours, but it's broken up and out of its normal order.
The first disc contains the complete HBO special from last year, along with special that features Bob Costas interviewing Bruce and the band. The second disc contains 11 songs not included in the original special. These are all the bonus tracks from the CD plus several more.
The first disc is great of course, and there's nothing wrong with the performances, but the material on the second disc is even better, with performances of "Backstreets," "Darkness on the Edge of Town," "Born in the U.S.A.", "Jungleland," "Light of Day," "Thunder Road" and "Ramrod." I have a feeling that long time Springsteen fans will find themselves returning to the second disc more than the first.
This package contains some typically brilliant Springsteen performances, but I wish it had been organized into a more cohesive whole.
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Just got this DVD and for the life of me don't really know why I hand't bought it when it first came out .... OK OK maybe I listened too much to some nit pickety comments about sequencing, questions about the 5.1 dolby and even things missing from some of the shows .... that was dumb of me, cause I want to tell you, this DVD is super and will rock your socks ....
To begin with the DVD contains 25 song tracks and lasts over 3 hours .. yup you heard me, 3 hours which I might add is more than double most concert DVD's today ... Talk about bang for your buck, I just bought a few Latin Jazz concert VHS and got 29 minutes at 17.00 .... WOW
On the technical side, the camera work is stupendous and seems to follow your eyes as to what you would have been watching if you were at the concert, the editing is great, video clear and crisp and the sound, may not be studio quality, but for a concert it's fabulous.
Of the few fabled rockers that cut concert DVD's like the Stones and Fleetwood Mack this is a must have addition to the party collection .....
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I'm giving this five stars because it is simply an awesome document of rock 'n' roll's greatest live performer backed by the world's most kick-ass bar band. The sound and picture of this DVD is almost shocking in its quality. You'll think that you're looking at an aquarium with the E Street Band playing within instead of a television screen. However, despite the five star ranking I can't help but remain a little disappointed. This could have been THE live musical document in DVD history. Why the Springsteen camp elected to put the HBO special on one disc and then throw a bunch of extra songs on a second is a mystery. I was at MSG that last night and it was magical. Anyone watching this will feel its pulse, but what would have put it over the top would have been to sequence this in its proper order with all songs included (except "Code of Silence" and "Further On Up the Road" which are new songs probably withheld for a new album). The second disc then could have been used for songs played on the penultimate evening ("The Ties That Bind", "Don't Look Back", "Jungleland", "The Ghost of Tom Joad", "Back In Your Arms"), additional interview footage with more screen time for the band - these seem to be fascinating people especially Steve Van Zandt. Subsequently we could then see and hear the deafening crowd chant of "E STREET BAND / E STREET BAND" and the entire song that led up to Bruce almost breaking down in tears as he sang the last lines of "Blood Brothers". Despite these faults this is certainly a must-have for any Springsteen fan, hell any fan of rock and roll. For those of you with Britney / Creed / Matchbox 20 / etc., fans in your home, please pop this in and give them a rock and roll education. They'll probably thank you for it.
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