08

Dec

1978

Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band

The Summit, Houston, TX

12/08/78 The Summit, Houston, TX

Products

Set One

Badlands 284

336301-TRACK

Streets of Fire 335

336302-TRACK

It's Hard To Be A Saint In The City 283

336303-TRACK

Darkness On The Edge Of Town 267

336304-TRACK

Spirit In The Night 421

336305-TRACK

Independence Day 377

336306-TRACK

The Promised Land 319

336307-TRACK

Prove It All Night 708

336308-TRACK

Racing in the Street 537

336309-TRACK

Thunder Road 375

336310-TRACK

Jungleland 623

336311-TRACK

The Ties That Bind 244

336312-TRACK

Santa Claus Is Coming To Town 299

336313-TRACK

The Fever 496

336314-TRACK

Fire 203

336315-TRACK

Candy's Room 202

336316-TRACK

Because the Night 504

336317-TRACK

Point Blank 483

336318-TRACK

She's the One 717

336319-TRACK

Backstreets 537

336320-TRACK

Rosalita (Come Out Tonight) 703

336321-TRACK

Born to Run 287

336322-TRACK

Detroit Medley 563

336323-TRACK

Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out 249

336324-TRACK

You Can't Sit Down 192

336325-TRACK

Quarter To Three 259

336326-TRACK

Show Notes
  • All proceeds from this release will go to MusiCares┬« Hurricane Relief Fund

  • Bruce Springsteen: guitar, lead vocals, harmonica; Roy Bittan: keyboard; Clarence Clemons: saxophone, percussion, vocals; Danny Federici: organ; Garry Tallent: bass guitar; Stevie Van Zandt: guitar, vocals; Max Weinberg: drums
  • Previously released on DVD/BluRay as part of The Promise: Darkness on the Edge of Town box set in 2010 / first time as audio-only release
  • Recorded and Mixed by Bruce Jackson, FOH Engineer
  • Mastered by Bob Ludwig, Gateway Mastering
  • Production Supervision by Toby Scott
  • Post Production by Brad Serling and Micah Gordon
  • Art Design by Michelle Holme
  • Tour Director: George Travis
  • Management: Jon Landau, Barbara Carr, Jan Stabile, Alison Oscar, Laura Kraus
  • Read essay by Erik Flannigan
Reviews for this item

David 9/22/2017 10:00:10 AM

"Excellent show, mediocre recording. I purchased HD, and though 48k / 24, it's monaural, and LoFi, sounds like recorded of AM radio. Even bootlegs of FM broadcasts light Winterland Night and Same Old Played Out Scenes are much better."

Kelly 9/20/2017 3:06:24 PM

"I was there---buy it now!"