Bruce Springsteen has just issued Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland OH – 11/10/2009, the latest official bootleg of his ongoing monthly archive series. The show was culled from his 2009 trek behind his Working On A Dream album, which soon saw the E Street Band tackling full albums within their massive setlists.

The set marks “The Boss'” fifth dip into the soundboards from the tour, which has also seen the release of shows from Long Island’s Nassau Coliseum, Manhattan’s Madison Square Garden, Buffalo’s HSBC Arena, and Philly’s Wachovia Spectrum.

In addition to performing 1975’s Born To Run in its entirety, Springsteen’s 28-song-show features such highlights as “Red Headed Women,” “Pink Cadillac,” “Back In Your Arms,” and covers of Jackie Wilson‘s “(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher And Higher,” an impromptu take on Elvis Presley‘s “Can’t Help Falling In Love,” along with a show-closing rendition of “Rosalita (Come Out Tonight).”

The tracklisting to Bruce Springsteen’s Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland OH – 11/10/2009:

“Wrecking Ball”
“Prove It All Night”
“Hungry Heart”
“Working On A Dream”
“Thunder Road” – Born To Run album
“Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out” – Born To Run album
“Night” – Born To Run album
“Backstreets” – Born To Run album
“Born To Run” – Born To Run album
“She’s The One” – Born To Run album
“Meeting Across The River” – Born To Run album
“Jungleland” – Born To Run album

“Waitin’ On A Sunny Day”
“Raise Your Hand”
“Red Headed Woman”
“Pink Cadillac”
“Back In Your Arms”
“Radio Nowhere”
“Lonesome Day”
“The Rising”
“No Surrender”
“Bobby Jean”
“American Land”
“Dancing In The Dark”
“Can’t Help Falling In Love”
“(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher And Higher”
“Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)”


  • Born To Run, Bruce Springsteen‘s make-or-break third album, was released on August 25th, 1975. Although considered today one of the most important rock albums in history the album sold a paltry 90,000 copies upon initial release.
  • The main sessions from Born To Run spanned March to July 1975 at New York City’s legendary Record Plant East. The title track was recorded in July 1974 at 914 Sound Studios in Blauvelt, New York.
  • Born To Run debuted on the Billboard album chart on September 13th, 1975 at Number 84, eventually peaked at Number Three, and went on to sell over six million copies.
  • Sensing the buzz brewing around the album, Columbia eventually poured a then-whopping $250,000 into promoting Born To Run, and Springsteen — much to his chagrin and Appel’s delight — ended up on the cover of both Time and Newsweek during the same week that fall.

CHECK IT OUT: Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band on November 10th, 2009 performing “Meeting Across The River” live in Cleveland: