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Magic Tour Highlights

Magic Tour Highlights
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
Released July 15, 2008
Recorded March/April 2008
Genre Rock
Label Columbia Records
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band chronology

Magic Tour Highlights (EP)
Greatest Hits

Magic Tour Highlights is an EP by Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, which consists of four live audio tracks and their accompanying videos, and was released for digital download on July 15, 2008. The performances were recorded during the 2008 Magic Tour, and feature guest musicians, as well as Danny Federici's last performance with the group.

The proceeds from the sales will support the Danny Federici Melanoma Fund.[1]

Track listing

  1. "Always a Friend" (Alejandro Escovedo, Chuck Prophet) (with Alejandro Escovedo) Recorded: April 14, 2008, Houston, Texas
  2. "The Ghost of Tom Joad" (Bruce Springsteen) (with Tom Morello) Recorded: April 7, 2008, Anaheim, California
  3. "Turn! Turn! Turn!" (Pete Seeger) (with Roger McGuinn) Recorded: April 23, 2008 Orlando, Florida
  4. "4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)" (Bruce Springsteen) (Danny Federici's final performance with the E Street Band) Recorded: March 20, 2008, Indianapolis, Indiana


Production credits

  • Recording – John Cooper
  • Mixing – Bob Clearmountain
  • Mastering – Bob Ludwig
  • Video Recording Director – Chris Hilson
  • Video Editing – Thom Zinny
  • Digital Booklet Design – Michelle Holme


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