1976-02-00 Record Plant (The), New York City, NY

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Sessions for Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes' work-in-progress debut album I Don't Want To Go Home, produced by Steven Van Zandt. Springsteen was present at some of these sessions, particularly during the recording of his composition "You Mean So Much To Me" and he is officially credited on the album as a co-arranger of his two donated songs. Clarence Clemons provided the bass vocal on the other song, "The Fever" but is credited under the fake name of "Selmon T. Sachs". The album was to be released in May 1976.

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