No Nukes

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Commercially Released:  November, 1979 (Audio) / July, 1980 (Video)
Label: Asylum / Warner Bros.
Produced by Jackson Browne, Graham Nash, John Hall & Bonnie Raitt, film by Julian Schlossberg
Directed by Daniel Goldberg and Anthony Potenza
Recorded by David Hewitt, Dennis Kirk, Don Gooch, Greg Ladanyi, Jimmy Iovine, Joe Chiccarelli, Shelly Yakus
 and Stanley Johnston, assisted by David Hewitt at Madison Square Garden and Record Plant Mobile Studio
Mixed by Don Gooch, Greg Ladanyi, Grey Ingram, Jimmy Iovine, Joe Chiccarelli, Lee Herschberg, Lew Hahn, Lewis Mark,
 Malcolm Cecil, Neil Dorfsman, Scott Litt, Stanley Johnston and Val Garay at The Sound Factory, Rudy Records,
 The Pasha Music House, Record Plant, Soundcastle, The Village Recorder, Power Station and Record One
Mastered by Bernie Grundman, Doug Sax and Val Garay at The Mastering Lab and A&M Studios
Design by John Wilton and Jimmy Wachtel
Photography by Bob Godfrey, Bonnie Lippel, Dennis Callahan, Don Farber, Joel Bernstein, John Sievert,
 Lionel Delevingne, Lynn Goldsmith, Neil Zlozower, Peter Chowka, Peter Simon, Ron Hussey, Terence Ford, Xeno

Overview

No Nukes is a 1980 documentary and concert film that contained selections from the September 1979 Madison Square Garden concerts by the Musicians United for Safe Energy collective, with Jackson Browne, Graham Nash, Bonnie Raitt, and John Hall being the key organizers of the event and guiding forces behind the film. Also included were scenes of the organizers getting the event together, expounding upon the dangers of nuclear power, and staging an anti-nuclear rally at Battery Park in New York City.

This was the first official appearance of Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band's live act on film, and many critics hailed their performances as the best in the documentary. Additionally, the future Springsteen classic "The River" was debuted at these shows and on the film, as well as Chaka Khan's consternation at being "Broooced" (Raitt deadpanned backstage, "Too bad his name wasn't Melvin"). The other generally acclaimed highlight of the film was Carly Simon and then-husband James Taylor's physically dynamic duet on "Mockingbird". On the other hand, Graham Nash's earnest spoken part about having seen "giant sponges" as a side effect of nuclear waste dumps earned itself a Spinal Tap-like reputation for rock star verbal blundering.

The No Nukes audio and video released from this event contained somewhat varying contents from each other.

Source: Wikipedia (film) / Wikipedia (audio)

Released

# Song Title Running Time Release
22. STAY 4:14 COMP: NUKES
23. DETROIT MEDLEY 4:49 COMP: NUKES

Total Running Time: 1:55:51

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