'Two for one' my reply.
And with good reason.
I saw these two acts as a double bill way back in 1978 and it still remains one of my top 5 gigs of all time.
They called it 'post punk' in those days; incredible as it would now be labelled old school 'Americana', maybe even just 'Rock'. The Heartbreakers would go on to become one of the great backing bands of the 80s & 90's, eventually working their way up the totem to Dylan, but here they were desperate to just shake a few trees and make us notice them.
Mission accomplished; 'Follow that' I thought as they they were dragged off after several encores.
Warning: I tried 'the flip' recently at a children's birthday party, egged on by a bunch of 10 year olds and with my ambition sharpened by a few 'sharpeners', indeed holding a full pint at the time.
It didn't go well...
These two albums were the then current releases and I still can't play them (or Lofgren's previous 'Cry Tough') without beaming at the remembrance of that intoxicating evening.