Video Anthology - Details


Rosalita (1978; directed by Arnold Levine), The River (1980; from "No Nukes" concert; directed by Danny Goldberg, Julian Schlossberg, Anthony Potenza), Thunder Road (1980; from "No Nukes" concert; directed by Danny Goldberg, Julian Schlossberg, Anthony Potenza); Atlantic City (1982; directed by Arnold Levine) Dancing in the Dark (1984; directed by Brian De Palma), Born in the U.S.A. (1984; directed by John Sayles), I'm on Fire (1985; directed by John Sayles), Glory Days (1985; directed by John Sayles), My Hometown (1985; directed by Arthur Rosato), War (1986; directed by Arthur Rosato), Fire (1986; rare acoustic performance from Neil Young's "Bridge Concert"), Born to Run (1987; directed by Arthur Rosato), Brilliant Disguise (1987; directed by Meiert Avis), Tunnel of Love (1987; directed by Meiert Avis), One Step Up (1988; directed by Meiert Avis), Tougher Than the Rest (1987; directed by Meiert Avis), Spare Parts (1988; directed by Carol Dodds), Born to Run (acoustic; 1988; directed by Meiert Avis).

Human Touch (1992; directed by Meiert Avis), Better Days (1992; directed by Meiert Avis), 57 Channels (and Nothin' On) (1992; directed by Adam Bernstein), Leap of Faith (1992; directed by Meiert Avis), Streets of Philadelphia (1993; directed by Jonathan Demme and Ted Demme), Murder Incorporated (1995; directed by Jonathan Demme), Secret Garden (1995; directed by Peter Care), Hungry Heart (previously unreleased; 1995; produced and directed by "the Torpedo Twins" Rudi Dolezal & Hannes Rossacher), Dead Man Walkin' (1996; directed by Tim Robbins), The Ghost of Tom Joad (1996; directed by Arnold Levine, photographed by Pamela Springsteen), The Ghost of Tom Joad (1995; The Tonight Show with Jay Leno performance), Highway Patrolman (previously unreleased; 2000; directed by Sean Penn), If I Should Fall Behind (previously unreleased; 2000; directed by Jonathan Demme), Born in the U.S.A. (1998; The Charlie Rose Show solo acoustic performance), Secret Garden (previously unreleased; with strings; alternate version of the song).

Each full frame video presentation varies in quality; the older videos from the 1970s are somewhat grainy and dirty, while newer ones from the 1990s seem crisp and bright. Color bleeding is kept to a bare minimum while the black levels seem even and dark. Audio is presented in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround as well as PCM 2.0 Stereo. The 5.1 soundtrack is superb with rear and front speakers.

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