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Relationships with Bruce Springsteen|
Compatibility analysis of personal, professional, or business relationships with Bruce Springsteen. Biography, other resources, and current Bruce Springsteen news are also included.
Jeroen's Bruce Springsteen Page|
Comprehensive lyrics archive.
RollingStone.com: Bruce Springsteen|
Includes biography, pictures, articles, and discography.
Loose Ends - Bruce Springsteen Fans Site|
Lyrics in English and Italian, news, photos, sound, and setlists.
Information about Bruce Springsteen's unreleased material, including links.
Devoted to Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. The Site contains music, lyrics and over 200 links.
Sonicnet.com: Bruce Springsteen|
Includes album reviews, music news, audio downloads, biography, discography, links, and bulletin board.
Matt Orel's Bruce page|
Links to discography, concert reviews, images of album covers and singles sleeves.
Comprehensive Bruce Springsteen fan resource. Includes news, pictures, discussion forum, articles and links.
Lebanese Tribute to Bruce Springsteen|
Lebanese site offering a lyrics database.
Tunnel of Love|
Includes history, pictures, and a personal story.
The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle (Audio CD),25 October, 1990|
List price $11.98
Superb choice / 5
Shouldst thou purchase this CD then you will be making a wise choice. Mr. Springsteen's musical authority is hard to question when such an album is presented. From the E Street Shuffle to Rosalita's overbearing father, the album presents a lifestyle just waiting for change. That change will come with Born to Run but for right now it's just sitting around waiting. It also represents someone's strong desire for that change to come, waiting to leave. It starts with the E Street Shuffle, a song about living in a high-crime area where the cops are constantly after Power and his girl, it would seem, so Power's girl picks him up and they leave. Next on the list is 4th of July, Asbury Park, a song about a guy from the shores of Jersey describing the boardwalk life and why he's done with it and he wants Sandy to let him have her just one time before he's gone. Then we have the jazz influenced Kitty's Back, a good period in the middle of the song is spent mostly on jazzy music but the lyrics, as best I can tell, are about an influential girl who left to go live with some well to do city fellow but got left by him and now she's back. We are now presented a rock and roll (sorta) song called Wild Billy's Circus Story, with a tuba mixed in. It's a slow song about someone who ran away to the circus, in essence. Then it describes the circus life some. Interesting song. Then when that song edges out we are hit by David Sancious' (I think I spelt that right) piano as the next song gears up and becomes Incident on 57th Street, an absolutely beautiful song about two youngin's living in the underworld with the drug racket and gangs and pimps. A Romeo & Juliet story (Rom and Jul are even mentioned in the song) which does not end tragically but when one's imagination goes past the lyrics we can only think that it does end quite harshly. Just as this song slips away the true rock and roll comes right back to ya with Rosalita. "Damn, that's a good one." A boy in a rock and roll band with no money loves a girl. The girl's father says, "He's got no money" while Mom says, "He's in a rock and roll band" as they don't want their daughter to date him. But the singer now has himself a record deal and a "big advance!" So as far as one can tell the girl hops on the back of his motorcycle (never mentioned, I'm trying to sound smart) and they peel out and go live their life. Lastly we have New York City Serenade. Nothing I type here can give you a true understanding of this song. The piano dominates the two minute + intro with some hard hitting notes but it finally softens up and shows you the easy tune you were being built up for with the guitar joining in. Then Bruce goes to talk about two kids boogalooing down Broadway, a fish lady and vibes man stinging a trashcan. The lyrics make sense when you hear them but if you simply read them you'll think Bruce was on drugs. But it has such a beautiful tune and the lyrics are sung just right that one almost could cry the song is so perfect. A perfect ending to an album.
Song "Darkness On The Edge Of Town"
They're still racing out at the Trestles
But that blood it never burned in her veins
Now I hear she's got a house up in Fairview
And a style she's trying to maintain
Well if she wants to see me
You can tell her that I'm easily found
Tell her there's a spot out `neath Abram's Bridge
And tell her there's a darkness on the edge of town
Everybody's got a secret Sonny
Something that they just can't face
Some folks spend their whole lives trying to keep it
They carry it with them every step that they take
Till some day they just cut it loose
Cut it loose or let it drag `em down
Where no one asks any questions
Or looks too long in your face
In the darkness on the edge of town
Some folks are born into a good life
Other folks get it anyway anyhow
I lost my money and I lost my wife
Them things don't seem to matter much to me now
Tonight I'll be on that hill `cause I can't stop
I'll be on that hill with everything I got
Lives on the line where dreams are found and lost
I'll be there on time and I'll pay the cost
For wanting things that can only be found
In the darkness on the edge of town
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Why Bruce Springsteen wants you to go see Gary U.S. Bonds (Miami New Times)
Two fans can be as affirming as two million, if they happen to be Steve Van Zandt and Bruce Springsteen. The E Streeters paid tribute to their hero, Gary U.S. Bonds, by making his classic pounder, "Quarter to Three," an encore staple for years. They also ended up writing and producing most of two ...
Bruce Springsteen: The Falling (Blogcritics.org)
Bruce Springsteen (along with Bono) has always been the most overrated musician in musical history: the sounds that come out of his mouth when he?s singing sound like somebody masturbating with finger knives; his guitar playing is just average; and even though he has written some good songs, many of them are also repetitive. Okay, Bruce, we know that Bobby did this and Bobby did that. We know ...
Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band (Bayinsider)
An icon of Midwestern rock who in many ways predated the success of blue-collar, everyman singer-songwriters like Bruce Springsteen and John Mellencamp, Detroit-based musician Bob Seger rose from underdog status in the late '60s and early '70s to establish himself as one of the most commercially and critically successful rock artists from his mid-decade breakthrough right through to his induction ...
|The independent student newspaper at the University of Oregon (Oregon Daily ...
osh Ritter's folk stylings haven't always elicited comparisons to Bob Dylan and a young Bruce Springsteen, names that inevitably arise in pre-concert Q & As and album reviews, usually precipitated with a sentence hailing Ritter as the second coming of the folk rock powerhouses of the '60s.?
Joanna Newsom Preps EP, Tours Europe (Pitchfork)
And we all thought Bruce Springsteen only influenced dude-rock bands like the Hold Steady and the Killers. But no, His Bossness' magic even infiltrates the enchanted forest where pixies like Joanna Newsom hang out!
Italian composer Morricone scores honorary Oscar (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
There aren't many composers whose music is immediately identifiable after just a couple of whistled notes.
The ukulele is poised for a comeback (The Record)
Harv McFine says he discovered the joys of the ukulele while working at his uncle's urinal cake factory. "There was a lot of downtime there," the 39-year-old Passaic resident said, "so I started playing my ukulele in the bathroom."
5 Live (New York Daily News)
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YouTube Fan, White Stripes Rival: Friends, Colleagues Imagine Cobain At 40 (M...
Nirvana's Kurt Cobain would have turned 40 this week. We asked friends and collaborators what he might be doing if he were alive.
What Would Kurt Cobain Be Doing If He Were Alive? (Vh1)
Producers, friends, writers weigh in; late musician would have turned 40 this week. This week ? on Tuesday the 20th, to be exact ? Kurt Cobain would have turned 40. The obvious next thought is: What would he be doing if he were alive to celebrate it?
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