The album is a collection of some of Springsteen's hit singles and popular album tracks through the years. Springsteen released a similar Greatest Hits album in 1995
Bruce Springsteen Manager Jon Landau Talks 'The River' Tour, Forthcoming 'Expansive' Solo Album. With the house lights up, Springsteen rocked through the obligatory stretch of Born to Run and Dancing in the Dark (Springsteen’s dance partner opted for a turn on guitar), and Tenth Avenue Freeze Out before demanding encouragement to twist again (it is summer!) with Twist and Shout. You have challenged the E Street Band, he said, adding that the three-night stand was the most fun the group ever had at the Meadowlands. With that, he concluded with a song for the hometown Jersey Girls, as the sky ignited with fireworks and capped off another historic night. Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band's Aug.
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Bruce Springsteen's recording career spans more than forty years, beginning with 1973's. On a long, special night that rolled into his 63rd birthday the following day, Bruce dials up a spirited, 34-song set brimming with 'Wrecking Ball' material. 4 June at 07:53 ·. To celebrate the 35th anniversary of Bruce’s landmark ‘Born In The . ’ watch the 2013 performance of the album, filmed at the Hard Rock Calling Festival in London now! Bruce and The E Street Band performed the entire album, including Dancing In The Dark, Glory Days, My Hometown, Cover Me and more.
The E Street Band arrive for another deep cut: Seeds, from the Born In The USA sessions. At which point, it seems like all bets are off. But the River tour has been remarkable for a number of reasons. Springsteen’s first tour since reuniting the E Street Band in 1999 that hasn’t been tied to a new album, it is an undertaking that seems almost to have happened by accident. The album gave Springsteen his first No 1 while the original 1980/1981 River tour represented Springsteen’s first major foray into Europe – including a six-night stand next door, at Wembley Arena. The tour also took place in the shadow of Reagan’s election of John Lennon’s assassination: it’s hard not to find strange, historical resonances today, as America similarly readies itself for an election and Springsteen and the E Street Band also pay homage to other, departed icons. Tonight, Tougher Than The Rest is dedicated to Muhammad Ali.
Bruce Springsteen went through a period of tremendous self-doubt before he recorded The Rising. The 1999/2000 reunion tour with the E Street Band was a huge success, they were just playing old material. He brought the group on the supporting tour but fired them the following year. With this album Bruce set aside the folky sounds of his debut album, writing songs with a more soulful, epic vibe. Songs like "Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)" and "4th of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)" had been road-tested all year, and he'd cooked up epic New York tales with "Incident on 57th Street" and "New York City Serenade.
It is another masterful Springsteen album and the troubadour’s tenth album to reach in the United States. He joshed about the Show-Me-State, and yet again put on a rousing show, though it was not at all flawless. The set list was extensive, but largely reflected two albums: Born in the . 1984) and, of course, Wrecking Ball. Even tracks from his debut were played. The E Street Band was solid all night, especially drummer Max Weinberg and stoic guitarist Steven Van Zandt. The band’s new choir and horn sections also were powerful. Springsteen has retired his preacher-man act, but his first five songs were both vintage and more familiar in nature, and the congregation provided the homily. That is, some 16,000-odd fans went berserk and began to sing in unison, especially on Prove It All Night and She’s The One, among others.
|1-1||High School Confidential|
|1-2||Born In The U.S.A.|
|1-3||Out In The Street|
|1-4||Who'll Stop The Rain|
|1-7||My Father's House|
|1-8||Reason To Believe|
|1-9||Prove It All Night|
|1-12||I Fought The Law|
|1-13||The Promised Land|
|2-5||Dancing In The Dark|
|2-8||I'm On Fire|
|2-10||Because The Night|
|2-12||Racing In The Street|
|3-3||Born To Run|
|3-4||Detroit Medley-Tracelin' Band|
|3-5||Twist And Shout-Do You Love Me?|
|3-6||Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town|