Friday, July 10, 2015
Bruce Springsteen has released a 1988 show from his “Tunnel Of Love” tour as the latest offering in his archival concert series.
Recorded on the second night of a five-night stand at the Sports Arena in Los Angeles, "4/23/88" features 31 songs, including the debut of “Have Love Will Travel” (a garage rock classic by the Sonics, written by Richard Berry of “Louie Louie” fame) and the first appearance on the tour of “Sweet Soul Music.”
The show, mixed from digital multitrack masters by Toby Scott, is available now in several download formats including DSD and 24 Bit HD files.
A 3 CD set is on sale now and will ship starting August 4.
Full details are available at live.brucespringsteen.net
Springsteen launched the archival series last November with a 2012 live set from New York’s Apollo Theater on the opening night of his tour in support of “Wrecking Ball.”
The series has since continued with a legendary 1978 Cleveland concert, a New Year’s Eve 1980 show in Long Island, NY and a 1984 New Jersey performance on the “Born In The USA” tour.
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