The Collection 1973 -1984 - Bruce Springsteen Reviews
Description:Genre: Rock / Artist: Bruce Springsteen / Box set / Audio CD released 2010-11-29 at Sony Music TV Projects
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We Shall Overcome The Seeger Sessions - Bruce SpringsteenSomething different with a irish flavour (301 words)
by runawaydream - written on 13/08/08 (Useful, 12 readings)
from old salve songs and sea chanty songs written some hundred years ago, but have been arranged and played in a way that brings these songs back to life. Bruce breathes new life into these songs can makes them live again re a firming the values and spiritual hope that they convey. live these songs are blast just pure fun with bruce and a very alrge band of musicians with a horn section and backing singers violins trombones you name it its all here.i if you like irish music you will like this album if you want something different this could be for you, also there is a amercian land edition of this album which includes 5 more tracks, including live versions of ...
We Shall Overcome The Seeger Sessions - Bruce SpringsteenWhen you hear this you can overcome anything (1968 words)
by Praskipark - written on 14/08/10, updated on 15/08/10 (Very useful, 85 readings)
"My Oklahoma Home" (Bill and Agnes "Sis" Cunningham) 6:03 9. "Eyes on the Prize" (Alice Wine) 5:16 10. "Shenandoah" 4:52 11. "Pay Me My Money Down" 4:32 12. "We Shall Overcome" (Rev. Charles Tindley[A]) 4:53 13. "Froggie Went A-Courtin " 4.33 Bonus Tracks: "Buffalo Gals" "How Can I Keep from Singing" (attr. Robert Wadsworth Lowry) "How Can a Poor Man Stand Such Times and Live?" (Blind Alfred Reed, B Bruce Springsteen "Bring Em Home" (Pete Seeger) "American Land" (Bruce ...
Tunnel Of Love - Bruce SpringsteenTunnel vision (241 words)
by cswann - written on 27/08/00, updated on 27/08/00 (Very useful, 58 readings)
When it came out, it represented a change in direction for Springsteen. For a start, it was credited to Bruce Springsteen, not to B Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. Some of the members feature, but no gutsy saxophone from Clarence Clemons, (although he does provide some vocals) and no Steve Van Zandt. The band was joined by Nils Lofgren, who I have always rated highly, but he doesn't get much chance to make his mark. Listening to it now, "Tunnel of Love" still sounds similar in some ways to the 'older' material that preceded it, just a bit calmer, the music of a rocker who's grown up. Lyrically, the themes are now love and ...