November 10, 2012 – 5:38 am

6th Annual Stand Up For Heroes Benefit 2012

Live at the Beacon Theatre New York, NY; November 8, 2012. Mono soundboard.

The Stand Up For Heroes Benefit is to help American troops, for example, those who have returned from Iraq and Afghanistan.

Thanks to igohomenow for sharing the tracks at Jungleland. igohomenow noted: “They only gave out mono soundboard feeds. Untouched.”

The full show can be viewed here.

Track 01. We Take Care of Our Own (13.6MB)
Track 02. Working On The Highway (6.8MB)
Track 03. Tougher Than The Rest w/ Patti Scialfa (9.8MB)
Track 04. Land Of Hope and Dreams (7.1MB)


  2. Thanks for the youtube link. Max Weinberg’s Big Band and Roger Waters also performed. Very inspiring, especially Tim, who lost both legs, singing “Wide River To Cross”. Realize that the Army and Marine wounded warriors singers and guitarists only had 3 weeks to learn the Pink Floyd songs to back up Roger Waters. These people are still being treated at Walter Reed, and are learning or relearning how to play or sing and it is an important part of their therapy.

    By 4yrsnojob on Nov 10, 2012

  3. Thanks so much do you have audio of the full show

    By Evan on Nov 11, 2012

  4. John Mayer also did one song, a nice instrumental of Long and Winding Road, a Beatles cover.

    By 4yrsnojob on Nov 11, 2012

  5. i did the youtube to mp3 thing but breaking it up to only get out of it what i want is a lot of work. the full youtube clip is like 2.5 hours. i really only wanted the bruce and roger segments. perhaps we can get the roger set next please?

    just like on the aerosmith free boston show they did this past week. there is a nice youtube audience shot clip thats 53mins long that converting to mp3 works nicely but if one wants the sbd feed one has to dl the 86min one which has 38mins of garbage at the start of it before the performance starts. so one would have to edit that and cut that off in order to keep the worthwhile portion of the performance itself.

    By darth on Nov 11, 2012

  6. darth, I used the freecorder toolbar from conduit ltd. I pulled up the youtube 2.5 hr video, then used the info in the comments that showed when certain artists began playing. I bypassed the guest speakers to get to the music only. I then clicked on the bar at the bottom of the video where the song starts and begin the streaming. when the song was done, I paused the video and waited for the little screen showing the wave to stop and become a flat line. that made it safe to click the box on the lower right. It’s not necessary, but I always rename the file to the artist and song names, then save the file. I then find the next song by sticking the cursor on the bottom and repeat the step for each song. You can tell where you are in the timeline by looking at the tiny video screen to see if your artist is about to start. So it was easy to bypass the empty space and Max Weinberg and the interviews. So it becomes like a cut and paste thing, except that you have to let it stream in order to capture the songs you want. You can adjust the level of quality you record at. I use the maximum mp3 the freecorder allows, I think it’s 310kbps. (Maybe someday my hearing will stop rrringgging).

    By 4yrsnojob on Nov 11, 2012

  7. I have not checked out Springsteen’s performance yet, as I went straight for Roger Waters’ set - video is on YouTube. He plays 3 songs with wounded veterans from Walter Reed Hospital. They apparently adequately rehearsed, and the resulting performace brought tears to my eyes, as I am an Air Force vet myself. You must check it out. Amazing! Bless you Roger for your regard for Veterans! And everybody on this program!

    By Daniel Kershner on Nov 12, 2012

  8. daniel - do yourself a little favor.. read these please -

    By darth on Nov 28, 2012

  9. ain`t gonna play sun city….
    anyone recall that?

    By sluggo on Nov 28, 2012

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