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thebanishedone

Prince on stage with Bruce Springsteen during Baby Im A Star 1985

On the recording of Baby Im A Star Inglewood forum you can hear

Prince saying aroung 7min 12 sec

Bruce you wanna play something and Bruce Springsteen plays

a very good mix of funk

rhythm guitar with bluesy fills.

I know two of them being on stage was dicussed already but nobody talked about the actual performance

in my opinion The Boss did a very good job playing Princes guitar

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Reply #1 posted 11/29/19 9:52am

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thebanishedone said:

On the recording of Baby Im A Star Inglewood forum you can hear

Prince saying aroung 7min 12 sec

Bruce you wanna play something and Bruce Springsteen plays

a very good mix of funk

rhythm guitar with bluesy fills.

I know two of them being on stage was dicussed already but nobody talked about the actual performance

in my opinion The Boss did a very good job playing Princes guitar

I need to listen to this again

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Reply #2 posted 11/29/19 11:24am

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I attended this show was in the 10th row in front of Pee Wee Herman.....

"4 all of us, life is death without adventure,& adventure only comes 2 those who are willing 2 b daring & take chances."prince 1985
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Reply #3 posted 11/29/19 9:41pm

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ChocolateBox3121 said:

I attended this show was in the 10th row in front of Pee Wee Herman.....


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Reply #4 posted 11/30/19 4:10am

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Makes sense. I mean, before he was BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN - heck, even before his first record and before he was writing his own songs or even singing, Bruce was known as one of THE guitar players on the Jersey shore. He was still in his teens at this point. Here's a cool example of Bruce playing some nice licks on a 2014 cover of Roy Head's Treat Her Right. This is only the third documented time that Bruce ever played this song live, yet his fills makes it sound like he's 1000% familiar with the song, despite some rando fan climbing on the stage!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DMzRMHJspa8

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dave1dmarx said:

Makes sense. I mean, before he was BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN - heck, even before his first record and before he was writing his own songs or even singing, Bruce was known as one of THE guitar players on the Jersey shore. He was still in his teens at this point. Here's a cool example of Bruce playing some nice licks on a 2014 cover of Roy Head's Treat Her Right. This is only the third documented time that Bruce ever played this song live, yet his fills makes it sound like he's 1000% familiar with the song, despite some rando fan climbing on the stage!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DMzRMHJspa8

thank u for this link. biggrin

yeah i know he was famous in guitar circles before he got big but he still

continued to play extended guitar solos check out 1978 intro Prove It All Night,Because The Night 1978 Streets Of Fire 1978 or Cover Me Paris live 1985

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Reply #6 posted 11/30/19 6:08am

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dave1dmarx said:

Makes sense. I mean, before he was BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN - heck, even before his first record and before he was writing his own songs or even singing, Bruce was known as one of THE guitar players on the Jersey shore. He was still in his teens at this point. Here's a cool example of Bruce playing some nice licks on a 2014 cover of Roy Head's Treat Her Right. This is only the third documented time that Bruce ever played this song live, yet his fills makes it sound like he's 1000% familiar with the song, despite some rando fan climbing on the stage!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DMzRMHJspa8

thank u for this link. biggrin

yeah i know he was famous in guitar circles before he got big but he still

continued to play extended guitar solos check out 1978 intro Prove It All Night,Because The Night 1978 Streets Of Fire 1978 or Cover Me Paris live 1985

Currently listening to this at the moment, which has all of the above (though Cover Me is a different performance, it still has a blistering solo):

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[Edited 11/30/19 6:10am]

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Reply #7 posted 12/01/19 5:13am

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dave1dmarx said:

thebanishedone said:

thank u for this link. biggrin

yeah i know he was famous in guitar circles before he got big but he still

continued to play extended guitar solos check out 1978 intro Prove It All Night,Because The Night 1978 Streets Of Fire 1978 or Cover Me Paris live 1985

Currently listening to this at the moment, which has all of the above (though Cover Me is a different performance, it still has a blistering solo):

48853086352_fd8a4c4d97_o.jpg

[Edited 11/30/19 6:10am]


Hey, Prince estate...You see that collection right there? All those discs of material from a great live performer?

Give you any ideas?.

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Reply #8 posted 12/02/19 6:52am

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herb4 said:

dave1dmarx said:

Currently listening to this at the moment, which has all of the above (though Cover Me is a different performance, it still has a blistering solo):

48853086352_fd8a4c4d97_o.jpg

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Hey, Prince estate...You see that collection right there? All those discs of material from a great live performer?

Give you any ideas?.

Well shoot, if THIS didn't, I don't think the Bruce set will help!!

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[Edited 12/2/19 6:57am]

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Reply #9 posted 12/02/19 12:30pm

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dave1dmarx said:

Makes sense. I mean, before he was BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN - heck, even before his first record and before he was writing his own songs or even singing, Bruce was known as one of THE guitar players on the Jersey shore. He was still in his teens at this point. Here's a cool example of Bruce playing some nice licks on a 2014 cover of Roy Head's Treat Her Right. This is only the third documented time that Bruce ever played this song live, yet his fills makes it sound like he's 1000% familiar with the song, despite some rando fan climbing on the stage!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DMzRMHJspa8

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Damn, that was good. I never was a Bruce fan, but he rocked that one. maybe I'm missing something.

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Reply #10 posted 12/02/19 6:13pm

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Great shot from that performance here:
twitter.com/ThePrinceArmy/status/1022430484947714050

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