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FiddySpence 04-25-2011 12:49 AM

The Bruce Springsteen Thread
 
we need this.

rock and roll celebration and love only, no haters. basically, stay the fuck out NiCK and show some tact for once.

FiddySpence 04-25-2011 12:51 AM

i took about a year off from his music, but i just had a smoke and stomped around my back porch to Badlands from the London release that came out not too long ago. i think it's time to dive in again.

NiCK Crush 04-25-2011 12:51 AM

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FiddySpence 04-25-2011 12:52 AM

HOW CAN YOU SEE THAT AND NOT LOVE HIM
:lol

FiddySpence 04-25-2011 01:02 AM

i wanna find one face that ain't looking through me, i wanna find one place i wanna SPIT IN THE FACE OF THESE BADLANDS

.Gary. 04-25-2011 09:27 AM

Racing in the Street on The Promise is so good.

mja271 04-25-2011 09:37 AM

The Hammersmith Odeon concert is one of my favorite live albums ever. Incredible.

JWood 04-25-2011 10:08 AM

thread needs a retitle...

The BOSS Thread

abw123 04-25-2011 10:26 AM

Agreed on Hammersmith, just a juggernaut of a show. Can't believe he doesn't release a show a year on CD.

His live output overall irritates me. Incomplete shows (NY), shows on DVD without the audio companion (Barcelona, London, Houston), compilations (Live 75-85), shows without E Street (In Concert) but only one true E Street, full band, full show, release. And it's AWESOME.

Seriously, one? I have every relesed DMB show, Bruce may be the only other artist out there where I would happily purchase 50+ shows at $20 each, and the fucker won't release them.

This vexes me.

FiddySpence 04-25-2011 11:55 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by abw123 (Post 6743721)
Agreed on Hammersmith, just a juggernaut of a show. Can't believe he doesn't release a show a year on CD.

His live output overall irritates me. Incomplete shows (NY), shows on DVD without the audio companion (Barcelona, London, Houston), compilations (Live 75-85), shows without E Street (In Concert) but only one true E Street, full band, full show, release. And it's AWESOME.

Seriously, one? I have every relesed DMB show, Bruce may be the only other artist out there where I would happily purchase 50+ shows at $20 each, and the fucker won't release them.

This vexes me.

agreed on this whole thing. especially once a tour gets rolling, the sets really start to get interesting from night to night.

FiddySpence 04-25-2011 11:56 AM

Spirit In The Night from that Hammersmith show is otherworldly.

mja271 04-25-2011 01:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dissident (Post 6743730)
Spirit In The Night from that Hammersmith show is otherworldly.

For real, it's out of control. I also am obsessed with Lost In The Flood from that release. Just ridiculous passion, intensity, and emotion in that performance.

.Gary. 04-25-2011 03:37 PM

Guy's done a great job encapsulating Americana into good old fashioned rock and roll.

Mitch 04-25-2011 04:00 PM

:upyours to this thread.

Bruce was my first musical love. When The River album came out in 1980 I was 11 years old, and Hungry Heart got me into it, but then I started listening to the album and all his other albums and was hooked.

Then I started smoking a lot of weed in the mid-80's and got way into the Dead. But, like I said, Bruce was "my first".

abw123 04-25-2011 04:02 PM

Further to my own point, the goddamn Sirius channel plays a new live E Street show every day, so you know they have hundreds (thousands?) of them recorded and releasable.

They sound like shit on the radio though. Master that shit and take my money, please!

FiddySpence 04-25-2011 04:19 PM

i'm tempted to get Sirius just for that station.

what are people's favorite bootlegs? that's one big area i'm not nearly familiar enough with, because i know there's some great 70's/early 80's SBD's.

FiddySpence 04-25-2011 04:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mitch (Post 6743769)
:upyours to this thread.

Bruce was my first musical love. When The River album came out in 1980 I was 11 years old, and Hungry Heart got me into it, but then I started listening to the album and all his other albums and was hooked.

Then I started smoking a lot of weed in the mid-80's and got way into the Dead. But, like I said, Bruce was "my first".

the Live 1975-1985 version of The River with the story about being rejected from going into the army and his father's reaction is some powerful shit

FiddySpence 04-25-2011 04:21 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by .Gary. (Post 6743765)
Guy's done a great job encapsulating Americana into good old fashioned rock and roll.

:upyours

he basically encapsulates all of my favorite things about music into one awesome career of music

.Gary. 04-25-2011 04:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dissident (Post 6743773)
:upyours

he basically encapsulates all of my favorite things about music into one awesome career of music

Have you heard the Hold Steady doing Atlantic City?

FiddySpence 04-25-2011 04:28 PM

i have, i like it, though a little overproduced in the middle section with some weird choices. mainly the repeating of "everything dies that's a fact" over and over.


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