Story 1976-03-28 Cameron Indoor Stadium, Durham, NC

Intro to “It’s My Life”
“I used to live in this small town, was about 8,000 people, 10,000 people and, uh…I used to live in this two-family-house on this main, on this main highway…and, uh…at night my father used to lock up the front door so we used to have to come in, come in ‘round the back door and he’d shut out all the lights in the house and my mom’d be in the front room, she’d watch TV with just the TV on…my father’d be sitting there in the kitchen just, uh…smoking a cigarette and drinking that beer (?)…so if you came in around, if you came in around eleven o’clock, it wasn’t too bad, if you came in around, if you came in around midnight, it was alright…if you came in around like two or three after he’d been sitting there all night… he’d always, he’d always stop me…want me to sit down…and talk with him a while about something…so you’d be sitting there for a while…he’d start talking about what I was doing in school and stuff and…then he’d start asking me who I was out with, where I was, where I was and where I was…he’d start scream at me, asking me what I planned to do with myself or something…and I’d start screaming back at him and my mother’d come in and she’d (?)…I just had to tell him and tell him that it was my life (?)…”

Intro to “Thunder Road”
“Here’s a song for everybody in the parking lot down at the (Fast Fair?) (crowd cheers)…”

Middle of “Backstreets”
“Till the end…me and you, baby…me and you, baby…”

Intro to “Blinded by the Light”
“(?) this is a song, a song we haven’t done in a long time…anybody here from Philadelphia? (crowd cheers)…anybody here, anybody here from New Jersey? (crowd cheers)(?) I figured that anyplace we go someplace, we figure like, man, we’re doing good (?) all these people come down and we say “Where’s everybody from?” they go “New Jersey, New Jersey!” (crowd cheers) who’s from, who’s from around here? who’s from North Carolina? (crowd cheers) that’s not too bad…we got the same crowd in front of us (?) …you boys ready for this one?…(?)…”

Intro to “Jungleland”
“(?) “Wanna buy a duck?” (chuckles) I used to tell a story about a duck, this guy that lived next door to this gas-station, the guy (?) named Ducky Slattery…”Wanna buy a duck?”…anybody from New York? (crowd cheers) this is for you…”

Middle of “Rosalita”
“On the piano…Professor Roy Bittan (crowd cheers) play it, Roy (Roy plays)…on the guitar…down from Asbury Park, Miami Steve (crowd cheers)(Steve plays) on the bass, the bass ace, carries his bass in a case…Garry W. Tallent (crowd cheers)(Garry plays) on the drums, the Mighty Max (crowd cheers)(Max plays) on the organ, the Phantom Dan Federici (crowd cheers)(Dan plays) Phantom moves!…on the saxophone (crowd cheers) his majesty, Clarence Clemons (crowd cheers)(Clarence plays)…
(…) Are you loose? (crowd cheers) are you ready? (crowd cheers) are you ready? (crowd cheers) are you ready? (crowd cheers)…”

Middle of “Raise Your Hand”
“Wait a minute…I can’t see myself…just raise your hand…”

Intro to “4th of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)”
“I wanna thank everybody for coming down tonight, want you to know we appreciate it (crowd cheers) we haven’t been around here too much (?)…this is something to you all from Asbury Park with love (crowd cheers)…”

Middle of “Detroit Medley”
“That’s the New Jersey Hustle…(?)…”

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