I've decided to rename all the CS-centric episodes with appropriate titles
The Doctor -You Bested Me Tallahassee - I Was Hoping It’d BeYou Into the Deep - I Think He May Care ForYou Queen of Hearts - When I Jab You with My Sword, You’ll Feel it In the Name of the Brother - I’d Pick You And Straight on Til Morning - You and I, We Understand EachOther Heart of the Truest Believer - I Quite Fancy You, From Time toTime Lost Girl - Perhaps IWould Quite A Common Fairy - My Boyfriend? Hook? Good Form - As You Wish Ariel - Until I MetYou Dark Hollow - When I Win YourHeart The New Neverland - The LongHaul Going Home - Good New York City Serenade - I Came Back to SaveYou The Tower -It Means it StillWorks The Jolly Roger - I Swear on Emma Swan Bleeding Through - Boom! Kansas -Hook, Come Back toMe Snow Drifts - Oh Now That’s Much Better There’s No Place Like Home - So Are You
"It's midnight in Manhattan. This is no time to be cute"
When I was living in Boston in 1974 a friend brought home Bruce’s second album, “The Wild, The Innocent and the E Street Shuffle”. He said he had heard this guy was pretty good and we should go see him ‘cause he was playing in a bar in Cambridge that week. Well, we did and I swear that night I heard rock n roll like I had never heard it before. I immediately called my promoter friend, who’s acts I photographed, and said you got to book this guy because he is incredible and if anything else I just got to hear him again. He borrowed my album and decided he should give him a try. Well to make a long story short, he went and saw Bruce at Charlie’s Place and asked if wanted to open for Bonnie Raitt at the Harvard Square Theater. To which Bruce simply replied, “Yeah, sure.”
Jon Landau was in the audience that night covering the show for the Phoenix and following the show wrote that famous line in his review where he said, “ I have seen the future of Rock n Roll and his name is Bruce Springsteen.” And dear friends, you know the rest is history.