Bruce Springsteen Releases ‘Streets Of Philadelphia’ Live Album
Bruce Springsteen has released Streets of Philadelphia, a live album recorded during a 1999 show at Philadelphia’s First Union Center on September 25, 1999.
The 22-song album, which features some rarely performed tracks such as “Incident on 57th Street,” “The Fever” and “Blinded by the Light,” has now been made available to purchase via Springsteen’s website. It also contains Springsteen’s favorites “Born To Run,” “Thunder Road” and “Atlantic City.”
Springsteen was accompanied by his backing group, The E Street Band, with Roy Bittan and Danny Federici on piano and keyboards, the late Clarence Clemons on saxophone, Nils Lofgren and Steven Van Zandt on guitar, Garry Tallent on bass, wife Patti Scialfa on guitar and backing vocals and Max Weinberg on drums.
So far this year, Springsteen has shared several archival performances. Last month, he shared a rendition of “Reason To Believe,” recorded during a live show in 2005.
In May, the singer released a live album recorded at a 1981 performance in New Jersey, and marked the entire proceeds from the sale of the album to the New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund.
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