Bruce Springsteen’s live vault will expand by 25 new recordings, following the addition of two new 1977 shows to the archive.
The two recordings come from different New York performances; Rochester (45 minutes in mono) and Albany (roughly two hours, also in mono) made by Chas Gerber, who did a stint as Springsteen’s sound engineer in the 1970s. No soundboard recording of Springsteen in 1977 is currently in circulation, according to Springsteen fan site, Backstreets.
The recordings can be downloaded from the Bruce Springsteen live vault, and subsequent recordings are set to follow on the first Friday of every month.
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