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"Darkness was my 'samurai' record," Springsteen writes, "stripped to the frame and ready to rumble. But the music that got left behind was substantial." For the first time, fans will have access to two discs containing a total of 21 previously-unreleased songs from the Darkness recording sessions, songs that, as Springsteen writes, "perhaps could have/should have been released after Born To Run and before the collection of songs that Darkness on the Edge of Town became."
Highlights include the extraordinary rock version of "Racing in the Street," the never-before-released original recordings of "Because the Night," "Fire," and "Rendezvous," the supreme pop opus "Someday (We'll Be Together)," the hilarious "Ain't Good Enough for You," the superb soul-based vocal performance on "The Broken Hearted," the utterly haunting "Breakaway," and the now finally released, fully orchestrated masterpiece and title song, "The Promise." All 21 songs have been mixed by Springsteen's long-time collaborator, Bob Clearmountain. According to long-time manager/producer Jon Landau, "There isn't a weak card in this deck. 'The Promise' is simply a great listening experience."
Lyrics to all of the songs, a new essay from Bruce Springsteen and never-before-seen photographs from the Darkness sessions are also included.
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band rock the house Friday night at Phillips Arena in Atlanta. I wound up taking nearly 1000 pictures of the evening, all told, many of which, through random chance if nothing else, are bound to turn out okay. To start things off, though, here's one I took late in the evening using my cell phone. I always try to take at least one or two cell phone pictures of any concert, as a subtle "up yours" to the idiocy of "no camera" policies, which ignore the fact that approximately everyone in attendance at the show will likely have a digital camera with them in the form of their cell phone; and while many cell phones are no great shakes, camera-wise, there are quite a few out there even today which take better pictures than either of the first two digital cameras I ever used. Anyway, having taken my token few cell phone camera shots, I then spend the rest of the evening taking regular camera shots, which is sort of a much less subtle "up yours" to "no camera" policies, I suppose.
BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN & THE E STREET BAND, MADRID, PALACIO DE LOS DEPORTES (25/11/2007). FOTO: CRISTINA GALLEGO
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From "Born to Run" to "Streets of Philadelphia," this is a boss collection of classic Bruce, featuring 17 songs, including new music with his legendary E Street Band.
Track: 10: Glory Days,
Track: 11: Brilliant Disguise,
Track: 12: Human Touch,
Track: 13: Better Days,
Track: 14: Streets Of Philadelphia,
Track: 15: Secret Garden,
Track: 16: Murder Incorporated,
Track: 17: Blood Brothers,
Track: 18: This Hard Land,
Track: 1: Born To Run,
Track: 2: Thunder Road,
Track: 3: Badlands,
Track: 4: The River,
Track: 5: Hungry Heart,
Track: 6: Atlantic City,
Track: 7: Dancing In The Dark,
Track: 8: Born In The U.S.A,
Track: 9: My Hometown
Media Type: CD
Title: GREATEST HITS
Street Release Date: 02/28/1995
About as complete a selection of fan and artist favorites as any single-disc Bruce collection could be, this is a surprisingly coherent listen given the many stylistic and attitudinal shifts it charts. The inclusion of only four of Born in the U.S.A.'s seven Top 10 entries leaves space for less obvious choices like "Atlantic City" and four new cuts, among them songs recorded by a briefly reunited E Street Band. The pace lags a bit near the end--"Secret Garden" is turgid enough to take its place on a Sting album--but Greatest Hits earns its place in the car CD player with stuff like "Born to Run," "The River" and "Dancing in the Dark." --Rickey Wright