Off and on I have tried to get Audio Books which have been ripped from CD to work correctly in iTunes and on my iPod. The best source I have found so is Aldo on Audiobooks which has been very helpful but I have yet to be successful.
I need to try the Audio Book Builder and see if that helps – right now I am to the point where the books show up correctly in iTunes, under Audiobooks and each one separate, but on my iPod, all of the tracks are all mixed together under the Audiobooks menu. Bleh. Makes it really hard to listen to more than one book when the tracks are all jumbled up.
There has to be a good solution to this dilemma.
This evening I was flipping through the channels and came across a Bruce Springsteen concert on VH1 Classic. I have always liked Bruce Springsteen – I have seen him in concert three times, twice on the River Tour and once on the Born in the USA tour.
In particular, I remember the first time I saw him which was at the Capital Center in Largo, Maryland (outside of Washington, DC). I had only been to one or two concerts before that concert so I was ill prepared for a Springsteen show. I had gone with a group of people I had worked with at Hardee’s. The show was unbelievable – the energy, the sound, the crowd, the noise, everything. It just went on and on, I coudn’t believe it. I got home really late and I remember my mom being up and not believing me that all I had done was go to the concert (which was actually true). There was a write up in the Washington Post the next day about how it didn’t end until 1AM or something like that so I was ultimately redeemed!
I am not sure what possessed me to look Bruce Springsteen up on Wikipedia but I did and near the bottom is a link to old concert tours and sets lists. I start poking around it and sure enough, I find the two shows I saw at the Capital Center. I was at the November 24, 1980 show and the August 7, 2001 show. I cannot believe the detailed information available for concerts that happened almost 30 years ago. For what its worth, I also saw him at the Spectrum in Philadelphia when I was at Villanova which would have been in September of 1984. There were six shows at the Spectrum, I don’t recall which one I went to.