The year 1975 found Bruce Springsteen on the verge of super-stardom. August of that year would see the release of Born To Run, which vaulted him into the stratosphere, but before that he was still a young man from New Jersey with a couple critically acclaimed but poorly selling albums under his belt. That said, his star was rising on the live circuit, where he and his group, The E Street Band, were becoming known for epic and electric shows. Few shows from that year are more legendary than the April performance at Bryn Mawr, PA's The Main Point. Covering material from earlier in his career, as well as several tracks from Born To Run which would not be released for several months, this is Bruce at the top of his game, an unparalleled glimpse into that mythical era of one of America's all-time greatest songwriters and live performers.