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Bruce Springsteen -
Municipal Auditorium, Kansas City, MO;
June 16, 1978



Title: Driving That Dusty Road
Label: The Godfartherecords
Catalog #: G.R. 530/531
Format: 2 Silver CD
Source: Soundboard
Bruce Base: https://brucebase.wikispaces.com/1978#160678
Story Teller: https://brucebase.wikispaces.com/1978-06-16 - MEMORIAL HALL, KANSAS CITY, KS
Total Time: 2 hours 15 minutes 06.16 seconds
Date: June 16, 1978
Location: Municipal Auditorium, Kansas City, Missouri, USA

Transfer/Trade and Generation Info: Original Silver CD -> EAC (secure) -> wav -> TLH -> flac (Level 8) (Align On Sector Boundaries).

Include: Log files, md5 (wav/flac), ffp, m3u (wav/flac), shntool_info/len, Complete Artworks (600dpi), Info file and Par2 recovery files to 10%.


Setlist:

Disc 1: (62:41.22)

01 Darkness On The Edge of Town (5:57.23)
02 For You (5:54.05)
03 The Promised Land (5:25.18)
04 Prove It All Night (8:25.14)
05 Racing In The Street (8:05.17)
06 Thunder Road (5:44.60)
07 Jungleland (10:30.62)
08 Paradise By The C (4:03.06)
09 Fire (2:53.53)
10 Adam Raised A Cain (5:41.64)


Disc 2: (72:24.69)

01 Mona (6:07.66)
02 She's The One (6:15.24)
03 Growin' Up (9:14.56)
04 Backstreets (10:23.53)
05 Rosalita (Come Out Tonight) (10:55.29)
06 The Promise (7:09.44)
07 Born To Run (5:24.70)
08 Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out (5:50.38)
09 Quarter To Three (11:02.64)


Notes:
Ripped from original silver disc.
Missing the first three songs.


For more information regarding this boot, visit Brucebase:

https://brucebase.wikispaces.com/1978#160678


Silver CD provided by EStRec
Extracted, Scanned and Edited by hrubesh.


Extracted on 2018-08-03


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Second Version

1978-06-16
Venue: Municiple Auditorium, KANSAS CITY MO;



Source: Jungleland d/l of Soundboard Tracks/ AMBS d/l of Audience tracks
Title: This is For You...But You Gotta Shut Up


This show had a few of issues to fix. The soundboard tracks were recorded Track-at-Once. I removed the gaps one by one.
The biggest issue this set had was the speed fluctuations. The entire soundboard ran too slow. It was also recorded at
different volume levels throughout.
I've seen the debate each time this show has been posted about it's actual location. Brucebase has it listed as
MEMORIAL HALL, KANSAS CITY, KS. Many folks believe the location to be Municiple Auditorium, KANSAS CITY MO.


Audicity (speed correction)> CD Wave Editor (remove tao gaps/cuts)> Goldwave (fades & file merging)>

MAGIX audio cleaning lab 2005> CD Wave Editor (track splits)> TLH (Flac Level 8, Align, Verify)



Upload will include MD5, Spectral/Frequency Analysis and Quickpar Recovery Volume.

Hope you enjoy. Buckshot.


Disc#1 (78:31)

(From the Audience Tape)

1)BADLANDS
2)NIGHT
3)SPIRIT IN THE NIGHT

(The Rest of the Show From the Soundboard)
4)DARKNESS ON THE EDGE OF TOWN
5)FOR YOU
6)THE PROMISED LAND
7)PROVE IT ALL NIGHT
8)RACING IN THE STREET
9)THUNDER ROAD
10)JUNGLELAND
11)PARADISE BY THE C
12)FIRE
13)ADAM RAISED A CAIN

Disc#2 (72:35)
1)MONA
2)SHE'S THE ONE
3)GROWIN' UP
4)BACKSTREETS
5)ROSALITA
6)THE PROMISE
7)BORN TO RUN
8)10TH AVENUE FREEZE OUT
9)QUARTER TO THREE


Known faults:


From Brucbase:
Soundboard source - Incomplete tape. Great versions of Adam Raised a Cain and Quarter To Three. Audience Tape exists which
includes the first three songs in good quality. Released on CD "Kansas City Carboy" (BTS1) - soundboard only

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That's for sure.

Memorial Hall was about the smallest venue that recording acts would play in the Kansas City area. It's listed capacity is only 3500 seats. A really great place to see Bruce Springsteen. It is actually in Kansas City, Kansas.

You can hear on the concert how pumped and active the audience was. One of the best shows I ever attended....thanks for the recording.

I also remember seeing Robin Trower at Memorial Hall. Also Joe Walsh, Ten Years After and Peter Frampton. Those were the days. The tickets were in the $5 to $8 range. Joe Walsh was $5. That was 1975. Peter Frampton was $6 in 1976. The Who at Kemper Arena in Kansas City, Missouri on December 1, 1975 was also one of my favorites. That was an $8 concert...and that was all of the original members of the band.
 
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