1980-11-28 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY

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During "Ramrod" the band segue (without a key change) into a verse from Bruce’s (already studio recorded, but at the time unreleased/undocumented) "Living On The Edge Of The World" (re-written in 1981 as "Open All Night"). Visit our Media tab to listen. It would not be until September 2012 at MetLife Stadium that "Living On The Edge Of The World" was finally be performed live in its entirety. Roy plays the piano intro before "The River" and "Once Upon A Time In The West" as a bridge between that song and "Badlands". "Cadillac Ranch" starts off with a few lines from Chuck Berry's "No Money Down", similar to the version of December 31. "Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)" includes the "Come A Little Bit Closer" introduction. "Detroit Medley" includes a one-off "Mystery Train" and "I Hear A Train". "4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)" makes its tour debut. One of the Madison Square Garden shows is partially filmed from the audience. "Point Blank" is dropped for the first time on the tour.

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