Since the death of Clarence Clemons on June 18, 2011, it's been pretty clear that Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band have been lacking a certain something that no one but the Big Man can bring. But this past weekend, at their concert in Gothenburg, Sweden, the Boss and the Band played "Jungleland" -- likely the most Clemons-imprinted song of Springsteen's entire career -- for the first time since that tragic day some 13 months ago. Handling the sax solo here is Clemons's nephew Jake, who's been touring with Springsteen since February. It doesn't quite match the studio version, but it's pretty powerful nonetheless. Watch below. R.I.P. Big Man.
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