Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band* ‎– Hammersmith Odeon, London '75

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Tracklist

Thunder Road 5:50
Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out 3:50
Spirit In The Night 7:35
Lost In The Flood 6:15
She's The One 5:23
Born To Run 4:16
The E Street Shuffle 12:51
It's Hard To Be A Saint In The City 5:27
Backstreets 7:22
Kitty's Back 17:14
Jungleland 9:35
Rosalita (Come Out Tonight) 9:51
4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy) 7:03
Detroit Medley 7:02
For You 8:26
Quarter To Three 6:44

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recordsphono7

recordsphono7

August 31, 2017
referencing Hammersmith Odeon, London '75, 4xLP, Ltd, Num, 88985387091
Great sound, Bruce's vocals sound "real" Agree that the packaging is a little chincy. Happy to have the set, just have to flip sides a lot. Definitely a must have for a big Bruce fan.
dharmabumstead

dharmabumstead

May 27, 2017
edited 5 months ago
referencing Hammersmith Odeon, London '75, 4xLP, Ltd, Num, 88985387091
Mine is numbered over 3000. I'm guessing they did a run of 5K or 10K.

Nice quiet vinyl, beautiful sound, amazing performance. Pick this one up!

BTNVideos

BTNVideos

April 28, 2017
edited 6 months ago
referencing Hammersmith Odeon, London '75, 4xLP, Ltd, Num, 88985387091

A classic show and the vinyl sounds very, very good. I'm impressed with the crispness of the audio, in particular the kick drums. They aren't a lump, rather very defined and surprising when Tenth Avenue starts... Also, this has always been my favorite version of Thunder Road. If you can't see Mary dancing, there's something wrong with you. The sleeves are nice photos from the show, in color, so that was nice. Only criticism is the jacket which is s simple sleeve. For the price, RSD and the fact this was a famous show, I would have liked a box or something a little classier. Nicely done on the audio, where it matters.
__David__

__David__

April 28, 2017
referencing Hammersmith Odeon, London '75, 4xLP, Ltd, Num, 88985387091
who cares how many were pressed? This is a 'RSD First' Release so there will be a lot more pressings on the market later this or next year anyway....
SirBrad

SirBrad

April 26, 2017
referencing Hammersmith Odeon, London '75, 4xLP, Ltd, Num, 88985387091
It sounds fantastic and packs a lot of punch - which is most important. The packaging is very cheap for the price though. 4 LPs shouldn't be shoved into a thin jacket like this. They require a box or thicker slipcase and at this price point that's usually standard. The inners are custom but paper thin - highly recommended to store the records in an antistatic sleeve to avoid all of the paper scuffs you'll get as packaged. The records are not heavy weight but honestly I don't care because that doesn't mean much. Besides it would have been Seam Split City if they were.

With all of that said, if this was a rare pressing from the 90s or early 00s it would probably sell for $200+ here so I can't complain that much. It's nice to have this show as an official release on vinyl.
jeti1

jeti1

April 24, 2017
referencing Hammersmith Odeon, London '75, 4xLP, Ltd, Num, 88985387091
My European copy is number '011317', which suggests that there were more than 3000 pressed.
LeonardoA

LeonardoA

February 16, 2017
referencing Hammersmith Odeon, London '75, 2xCD, Album, 82876779952
Who is curious to the famous concert that Bruce Springsteen gave at the Hammersmith Odeon in London in 1975 but the boxset Born To Run (JKD3231) too expensive, now comes to his pull with this double cd. The conscious concert would be the breakthrough of Springsteen in Europe.