1974-07-13 Bottom Line (The), New York City, NY (Late)

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Scheduled: 23:30 Local Start Time ??:?? / End Time ??:??

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Second of two shows, 11:30pm, with Springsteen & The E Street Band headlining. As noted on the pre-concert advertising material, singer-songwriter Jeffrey Comanor opened for Springsteen, performing a short set. Recollections differ however, and he may not have appeared at all six shows of the three-day stand. According to Bottom Line owner Allan Pepper, one of tonight's shows was scheduled to be broadcast by New York University's radio station. However, for reasons unknown, Mike Appel cancelled the broadcast. This show includes what are currently the earliest circulating live renditions of opener "Then She Kissed Me", "Born To Run" (note the work-in-progress lyrics) and Chuck Berry's "No Money Down". "The E Street Shuffle" includes "Having A Party". Please note that although we've placed this setlist at the late show, it is uncertain whether it reflects the early or the late show on this date.

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