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#59 Night

First you hear the supersonic drumming of Max Weinberg as if you are listening to the firing of a machine gun in a gangster movie. This then gives way to a short, blazing Clarence Clemons sax solo. 261 more words

#60 My Love Will Not Let You Down

This song was recorded in May of 1982 at The Hit Factory in New York City, and despite the intensity of this recording, it didn’t quite fit the scheme of Born In The U.S.A. 285 more words

“Living is not an exact science.”

Mizan van der Merwe gesels met Danie Marais oor sy nuwe boek Pruimtwak & Skaduboksers, verlore liefde en geleerde lesse en alles tussenin: Van Oppikoppi tot Springsteen tot… 1,634 more words


#61 Lonesome Day

I got my first taste of this song in 2003 when, just like almost all the concerts during that tour, The Rising and Lonesome Day formed a formidable one-two punch at the beginning of many a setlist, showcasing the strings-laden rock & roll anthems which set the stage for a lot of material written in the aftermath of 9/11. 179 more words

Sunshine on my shoulders

I have always loved the Gower. From the age of 16, I spent at least two weeks camping here with a group of like minded teens until our twenties. 197 more words

#62 Open All Night

This track from 1982’s Nebraska is the album’s only song to feature an electric guitar and the only song that gets away from the central themes of dashed hopes and emptiness. 455 more words

#63 I'll Work For Your Love

The first thing that grabs my attention when I hear this song from the Magic album is the sweet upbeat piano introduction by Roy Bittan, similar to the one heard at the beginning of Jungleland. 305 more words