1988-05-03 Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, CA

Scheduled: 19:30 Local Start Time ??:?? / End Time ??:??

Info & Setlist | Venue

Longest and one of the best of the Tunnel Of Love Express Tour shows. A few show notes, most of which can be also said for all shows this leg: "Two Faces" includes a nice guitar intro, "All That Heaven Will Allow" has a lengthy intro story, "Cover Me" includes "Gimme Shelter" in the outro, "Spare Parts" has the usual intro about love gone bad, and "You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch)" is rearranged much like the rockabilly version contemplated for the unreleased The Ties That Bind album in 1979, but with a story included. "I'm A Coward" has a long intro story and "Part Man, Part Monkey" includes "Love Is Strange" in the outro. Adele Springsteen is invited to dance with Bruce during "Dancing In The Dark". "Born To Run" is solo acoustic. A unique "Little Latin Lupe Lu" is the sole performance for the tour and a first since Boston, March 25, 1977. Audience tape of the soundcheck includes "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" and "Crying". Backstreets Magazine also reports Roy playing a piece of "Jungleland" and Nils singing "Man At The Top". Clarence's very young son "sings" a couple lines after "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry", alongside Bruce singing a snippet of "Boom Boom". Bruce allows a few hundred people in early who had been in line since noon to hear the last song of the soundcheck, Roy Orbison's "Crying".



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