Bruce Springsteen Drops New Live Album From The Archives

Bruce Springsteen tapped into the archives to surprise fans with a previously released live, acoustic set. Last year you may recall he put out an historic 1978 Show from the The Roxy in L.A. This latest release was recorded in 1986 at Neil Young's inaugural Bridge School Benefit Concert, at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California.

The gig marked the first big appearance by Springsteen since he had come off the road from the massively successful Born In The U.S.A. the previous Fall. Included is an a cappella rendition of his River favorite “You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch),” as well as the first-ever performance of his acoustic version of “Born in the U.S.A.”“Hungry Heart,” captures Springsteen with some help from Crosby, Stills , Nash and Young. You can get more details and download HERE. A portion of each sale goes back to the Bridge School (Hillsborough, CA.) to further educate children with speech and physical impairments.

via SPIN

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