Gelormine´s Elvis World 1978-79: Bruce Springsteen

Sat Dec 28, 2013 1:52 am

Bruce Springsteen reads Elvis World
Phil Gelormine´s Elvis World, Issue No. 3 - Winter, 1978/79

(A very nice article, copyright of Elvis World. If Mr. Gelormine wants this to be removed, I will naturally do so.)
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Re: Gelormine´s Elvis World 1980: Bruce Springsteen

Sat Dec 28, 2013 3:48 am

The fool wrote:Bruce Springsteen reads Elvis World
Phil Gelormine´s Elvis World, Issue No. 3 - Winter, 1978/79

(A very nice article, copyright of Elvis World. If Mr. Gelormine wants this to be removed, I will naturally do so.)

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What can you say? Phil Gelormine was right on the money.

Bruce Springsteen is about the coolest Elvis Presley fan there is, then as now.

If you want to hear ripping versions of "Heartbreak Hotel" and "Good Rockin' Tonight" at Madison Square Garden, hit YouTube and dial up Bruce's performances of them that long ago summer of 1978. No one's done anything like that since.

Thanks for the share!

P.S. You might want to edit your title to read: Gelormine's Elvis World 1978-79: Bruce Springsteen

Re: Gelormine´s Elvis World 1980: Bruce Springsteen

Sat Dec 28, 2013 4:09 am

drjohncarpenter wrote:
Thanks for the share!

P.S. You might want to edit your title to read: Gelormine's Elvis World 1978-79: Bruce Springsteen

You´re welcome.

And I did. Thanks for noticing my mistake with the topic title. It´s been corrected now.

Re: Gelormine´s Elvis World 1978-79: Bruce Springsteen

Sat Dec 28, 2013 7:36 am

The fool wrote:
drjohncarpenter wrote:
Thanks for the share!

P.S. You might want to edit your title to read: Gelormine's Elvis World 1978-79: Bruce Springsteen

You´re welcome.

And I did. Thanks for noticing my mistake with the topic title. It´s been corrected now.


Cool. Thank you.

What was striking were Bruce’s perceptive comments about “Burning Love” – even in 1972, in the midst of cutting his debut LP for Columbia, he was still a fan -- and how kindly he treated that fan backstage in Troy. And his pronouncement on how he hoped to be remembered is quite ironic, don’t you think?

Springsteen opened the first set in Troy with “High School Confidential,” the second with “Rave On.” The sound check included a one-off of the Shadows hit, “Apache.”

1978-11-12 - RPI FIELD HOUSE, RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, TROY, NY
http://brucebase.wikispaces.com/1978#121178

Another special night, capped by an Elvis chat with a fan who understood.