"I saw Mike Ness on TV and I said 'This is the perfect blend of everything my mom played for me The Who, the Stones, Dylan and punk stuff I was getting into'."Brian Fallon, The Gaslight Anthem (Rolling Stone, April 2010)
That quote reminded me of the impact of Social D. on this generation of punks (in the school where I teach there's always a cadre of fans) in general and The Gaslight Anthem, whose legitimate debt to Springsteen is as over-stated as their debt to Ness & co. is under-stated (when I saw them on the '59 Sound tour they had a Social D. song as their intro music) in specific.
So for our last rarities bootleg, here's the spookily-real looking Recordings Between Then and Now, which while it does contain some overlap with previously posted bootlegs, it worth hearing on its own merits.
Recordings Between Then and Now link is in the comments
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