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Old 09-09-2005, 11:35 AM   #16
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I just scored a single Loge 20 seat for the second show.
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I got a floor front (section B) row 12 . As long as Ticketbastard doesn't cancel it on me (I called them about that weird "1 order per person" thing they had on there, the person claimed it was OK as long as I didn't exceed the total limit) Who knows, I'll have to call them again but I don't want to

If they cancel that one on me I will go into a rage..I don't care if they cancel the others
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i do believe i'll wait till he takes the rest of the boys out again.
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You don't know what you're missing. This tour has been unbelievable.
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i do believe i'll wait till he takes the rest of the boys out again.
Thats what Patty said too!
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You don't know what you're missing. This tour has been unbelievable.
yea but the tix are still pricey... if i'm gonna lay it out, i wanna see bruce and the e street in all their glory.

if they were a little cheaper i'd be all over it... but it's been an expensive concert season as it is... there's some little irish band on tour this year that i've been going to see.
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My sister has tickets for the Chicago show on Oct 13,
but I had to turn her down (can't go) since I'll be in NY seeing U2 instead ...
I'm disappointed and happy at the same time ...
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10/7: TAKING & MAKING REQUESTS IN HARTFORD

Last night's was a radically different show from Rochester, with more than half the set changing up on these back-to-back nights. In Hartford, Springsteen promised with a chuckle to assuage the pain of Red Sox fans, and he did so with a 27-song set, the longest yet. He opened with two on the electric piano, "Back in Your Arms" and "Wreck on the Highway"; broke out the ukulele again on "I Wanna Marry You"; revisited classics "Incident" and "Lost in the Flood" on the piano, both to tremendous ovations; and brought back "The Hitter." Keeping on keepin' on were those new arrangements debuted on this third leg, "The Ties That Bind" (a knock-out, its melody wholly reworked) and "Idiot's Delight." And then there were the tour premieres: a rollicking "You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch)" on the piano, and "Something in the Night" on guitar by request
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it sounds like he's in a tunnel but at least it's something..


Back in Your Arms:


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