Bruce covered the song 4 times :
The song featured a guest appearances with Ronnie Spector and Flo & Eddie
These off-tour performances were originally scheduled as regular Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes gigs. However Southside became ill and couldn’t perform so Steven Van Zandt came to the rescue by organizing The Asbury Park All-Star Revue - a combination of The Asbury Jukes, The E Street Band, Ronnie Spector and Springsteen.
1977-05-12 - MONMOUTH ARTS CENTER, RED BANK, NJ (Asbury Park All-Star Revue)
1977-05-13 - MONMOUTH ARTS CENTER, RED BANK, NJ (early) (Asbury Park All-Star Revue)
1977-05-13 - MONMOUTH ARTS CENTER, RED BANK, NJ (late) (Asbury Park All-Star Revue)
The song was also offically recorded by the E Street Band. The E Street Band received its first official recording credit on the song, and to date, it remains the band's only non-Springsteen credit. The song was produced by Steven Van Zandt (credited as "Sugar Miami Steve"). The single's picture sleeve features an outdoor shot of Ronnie Spector, Bruce Springsteen, and the entire E Street Band, most probably taken during the January 1977 recording sessions in New York. Bruce appeared only on ‘ Say goodbye to Hollywood
‘ playing acoustic guitar. However, his involvement in the recording was not credited due to the lawsuit with Mike Appel that enjoined Springsteen from recording at the time. Both Steven Van Zandt and Ronnie Spector have later verified Springsteen's contribution on the recording of the track.