1977-01-00 Columbia Recording Studios, New York City, NY

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In January, with "Sugar" Miami Steve producing, Bruce joins (on acoustic guitar) for the recording of "Say Goodbye To Hollywood", a Ronnie Spector & The E Street Band single. According to Spector, "it was written specially for me by Billy Joel." It was released in April 1977. Bruce's involvement on the recording was uncredited due to litigation taking place at the time with Mike Appel. However both Van Zandt and Spector have subsequently verified his performance on the recording. Bruce did not perform on the single's b-side, "Baby Please Don't Go". Spector did, however, confirm in a 1999 interview that several additional songs (titles undocumented, but "Love On The Wrong Side Of Town" is rumored), with Bruce taking a major role, were completed at these sessions - intended for a possible album release that never came to fruition. Spector noted that Springsteen has those unissued recordings.

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