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Tom Waits + Bruce Sprinsteen

¤  TOM WAITS  ⇐

•→Rock’n’Roll Hall of Fame⇐  /  •→http://genius.com⇐

•→ ‘BETTER OFF WITHOUT A WIFE’

♥→‘Heart Attack & Wine’  ⇓
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♠  ‘Xmas Card From A Hooker In Minneapolis’  ⇓

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hey charlie i’m pregnant and living on the 9th street
right above a dirty bookstore off euclid avenue
and i stopped takin’ dope and i quit drinkin’ whiskey
and my old man plays the trombone and works out at the track
and he says that he loves me even though it’s not his baby
and he says that he’ll raise him up like he would his own son
and he gave me a ring that was worn by his mother
and he takes me out dancin’ every saturday night.
and hey charlie i think about you everytime i pass a fillin’ station
on account of all the grease you used to wear in your hair
and i still have that record of little anthony & the imperials
but someone stole my record player, now how do you like that?
hey charlie i almost went crazy after mario got busted
so i went back to omaha to live with my folks
but everyone i used to know was either dead or in prison
so i came back to minneapolis, this time i think i’m gonna stay.
 
hey charlie i think i’m happy for the first time since my accident
and i wish i had all the money that we used to spend on dope
i’d buy me a used car lot and i wouldn’t sell any of em
i’d just drive a different car every day, dependin’ on how i feel
hey charlie for chrissakes, do you want to know the truth of it?
i don’t have a husband – he don’t play the trombone
and i need to borrow money to pay this lawyer
and charlie, hey, i’ll be eligible for parole
come valentines day

∇  ‘The One That Got Away’ ↓ [«Tom Waits For No One«, directed by John Lamb_1979]

Well this gigolo’s jumping salty, ain’t no trade out on the streets,
Half past the unlucky, and the hawk’s a front-row seat
Dressed in full orchestration, stage-door Johnny’s got to pay,
And they sent him home talking ‘bout the one that got away

Well, believe it or not I used to be on Easy Street, I used to be a wheel,
With irons in the fire and all them business deals
But the last of the big-time losers shouted just before he drove away,
«I’ll be right back, as soon as I crack the one that got away»

Well, Andre’s at the piano behind the Ivar in the sewers,
With a buck a shot for pop tunes, and a fin for guided tours
He could-a been in «Casa Blanca», he stood in line out there all day
Now he’s spilling whiskey and learning songs about a one that got away

Well I’ve lost my equilibrium and my car keys and my pride,
The tattoo parlor’s warm, and so I hustle there inside
And the grinding off the buzz-saw, «What you want that thing to say?»
«Just don’t misspell her name, buddy, she’s the one that got away»

And Costello was the champion at the St. Moritz Hotel,
And the best this side of Fairfax, reliable sources tell
But his reputation is at large, and he’s at Ben Frank’s every day,
Drinking coffees, waiting for the one that got away

I’ve seen him with a snakeskin sportshirt, he looks like Vincent Price,
With a little piece of chicken … (it goes like that…)

♦  ‘Way Down In The Hole’  ↓

When you walk through the garden, you gotta watch your back
well, I beg your pardon, walk the straight and narrow track
if you walk with Jesus, he’s gonna save your soul
you gotta keep the devil way down in the hole
he’s got the fire … he’s got the fury at his command
oh you don’t have to worry if you hold on to Jesus hand
we’ll all be safe from Satan when the thunders start to roll
we gotta keep the devil, keep him on down in the hole

That red horned lousy low life, underneath our boots – Praise the Lord
I don’t know what it is – Two dollar – That demon meister
Three dollar – That prince devil
Just see if you can come up with a figure that matches your faith
You say how much has Jesus done for you and we got to go in with our
Hydraulic system and blast him out – People can I get an amen

All the angels sing all about Jesus’ mighty sword
and they’ll shield you with their wings and keep you close to the lord
don’t pay heed to temptation, for his hands are so cold
you gotta keep the devil, keep him on down in the hole  [ . . . ]

Well people, I got to speak about something
Can I get an amen – Can I get a hallelujah
Praise the lord – Have mercy
The lord is a very very busy man – I do what I can
But Jesus is always going for the big picture
But he’s always there to help us out of the little jams too

Down in the hole… Down in the hole … Keep him down in the hole
We got to keep the Devil down in the hole
We got to keep the Devil, Keep him on down in the hole

Down… Down down down – Mighty devil
I send you down below my boots – Down down
Filling my life with anger and strife
Go down mighty Devil
Find a place to live down down down

♠   ‘I’ll Be Gone’  ↓

Tonight I’ll shave the mountain
I’ll cut the hearts from pharoahs
I pull the road off of the rise
tear the memories from my eyes
and in the morning I’ll be gone
I drink 1000 shipwrecks
tonight I’ll steal your paychecks
I paint the sheets across my bed
the birds will all fly from my head
and in the morning I’ll be gone
take every dream that’s breathing
find every boot that’s leaving
shoot all the lights in the cafe
and in the morning I’ll be gone
I bet 1000 dollars
I have a French companion
I tie myself below the deck
I pull the rope around my neck
and in the morning I’ll be gone

it takes a life to win her
there is a drum of bourbon
800 pounds of nitro
his boots are thunder as he plays
there is a stone inside it
tonight his bones will ride it
I’ll need a tent to hide it
and in the morning I’ll be gone . . .

briar_rose[→vid]⇔ ‘INNOCENT WHEN YOU DREAM’ ⇔[live←]

‘The Briar & The Rose’

The Black Rider«_1993)Just the right bullets’

⇓  ‘What’s he building in there’?
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I wonder what is he building in there?
What the hell is he building in there?
He has subscriptions to those magazines…
He never waves when he goes by
He’s hiding something from the rest of us…
He’s all to himself… I think I know why…
He took down the tire swing from the Peppertree
He has no children of his own – you see…
He has no dog And he has no friends and
His lawn is dying… and
What about all those packages he sends.
What’s he building in there?
With that hook light  on the stairs.
What’s he building in there…
I’ll tell you one thing:   he’s not building a playhouse for the children
what’s he building in there?
Now what’s that sound from under the door?
He’s pounding nails into a hardwood floor…
and I swear to god I heard someone moaning low…
and I keep seeing the blue light of a T.V. show…
He has a router  and a table saw…
and you won’t believe what Mr. Sticha saw
There’s poison underneath the sink of course…
But there’s also  enough formaldehyde to choke a horse…
What’s he building in there?   What the hell is he building in there?
 
I heard he has an ex-wife in some place  called Mayors Income, Tennessee
And he used to have a consulting business in Indonesia…
but what is he building in there?   What the hell is he building in there?
He has no friends – But he gets a lot of mail
I’ll bet he spent a little time in jail…
I heard he was up on the roof last night   signaling with a flashlight
And what’s that tune he’s always whistling…
What’s he building in there?   What’s he building in there?
We have a right to know…

↑  ‘I’ll Shoot The Moon’

. . . I want to build  a nest in your hair – I want to kiss you and never be there
I’ll shoot the moon  right out of the sky  for you baby
♠  ‘HOLD  ON’  ↓  (Tom Waits/Kathleen Brennan 1999)

They hung a sign up in our town – «If you live it up, you won’t live it down»
So, she left Monte Rio, son – Just like a bullet leaves a gun
With the charcoal eyes and Monroe hips – She went and took that California trip
Well, the moon was gold, her hair like wind – She said don’t look back just come on Jim
Oh you got to hold on, hold on – You got to hold on, Take my hand,
I’m standing right here, You gotta hold on
 
Well, he gave her a dimestore watch – And a ring made from a spoon
Everyone is looking for someone to blame
When you share my bed, you share my name
Well, go ahead and call the cops – You don’t meet nice girls in coffee shops
She said baby, I still love you – Sometimes there’s nothin’ left to do
Oh but you got to hold on, hold on – Baby got to hold on,
Take my hand, I’m standing right here, You got to hold on
 
Down by the Riverside motel – It’s 10 below and falling
By a 99 cent store – She closed her eyes and started swaying
But it’s so hard to dance that way – When it’s cold and there’s no music
Oh your old hometown so far away
But, inside your head there’s a record that’s playing a song called,
Hold on, hold on, baby got to hold on
Take my hand, I’m standing right there, you gotta hold on
 
You gotta hold on, hold on, baby gotta hold onedward mordrake
Take my hand, I’m standing right there, you gotta hold on
You gotta hold on, hold on, baby gotta hold on
Take my hand, I’m standing right there, you gotta hold on
You gotta hold on, hold on, baby gotta hold on
And take my hand, I’m standing right there, you gotta hold on
You gotta hold on, you gotta hold on, you gotta hold on
•→  ‘Poor Edward’ 

Did you hear the news about Edward?
On the back of his head he had another face – Was it a woman’s face or a young girl?
They said to remove it would kill him – So poor Edward was doomed …

•→‘Watch Her Disappear’

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◊→  ‘Misery Is The River Of The World’  ⇓  [«Blood Money»_2002]

The higher that the monkey can climb,  the more he shows his tail
Call no man happy ‘til he dies – There’s no milk at the bottom of the pail

God builds a church – The devil builds a chapel
Like the thistles that are growing ‘round the trunk of a tree
All the good in the world, you can put inside a thimble
And still have room for you and me

If there’s one thing you can say about Mankind
There’s nothing kind about man
You can drive out nature with a pitch fork
But it always comes roaring back again

Misery’s the River of the World . . .

For want of a bird the sky was lost
For want of a nail a shoe was lost
For want of a life the knife was l0st
For want of a toy a child was lost

Misery’s the River of the World . . .
Everybody Row! Everybody Row!

◊→’ God’s Away On Business ⇓  (Tom Waits/Kathleen Brennan)

♠   ‘Hell Broke Luce’    ⇓     (hell broke loose)

I had a good home but I left
I had a good home but I left, right, left
That big fucking bomb made me deaf, deaf
A Humvee mechanic put his Kevlar on wrong
I guarantee you’ll meet up with a suicide bomb
Hell broke luce – Hell broke luce

Big fucking ditches in the middle of the road
You pay a hundred dollars just for fillin’ in the hole
Listen to the general every goddamn word
How many ways can you polish up a turd
Left, right, left, left, right – Left, right
Hell broke luce … Hell broke luce

How is it that the only ones responsible for making this mess
Got their sorry asses stapled to a goddamn desk
Hell broke luce – Hell broke luce
Left, right, left

What did you do before the war?  I was a chef, I was a chef
What was your name?  It was Geoff, Geoff
I lost my buddy and I wept, wept
I come down from the meth so I slept, slept
I had a good home but I left, left

Pantsed at the wind for a joke
I pranced right in with the dope
Glanced at her shin she said nope
Left, right, left

Nimrod Bodfish have you any wool
Get me another body bag the body bag’s full
My face was scorched, scorched
I miss my home I miss my porch, porch
Left, right, left

Can I go home in March? March
My stanch was a chin full of soap
That rancid dinner with the pope
Left, right, left

Kelly Presutto got his thumbs blown off
Sergio’s developing a real bad cough . . .
Hell broke luce … Hell broke luce

Boom went his head away and boom went Valerie
What the hell was it that the president said?
Give him a beautiful parade instead … Left, right, left

When I was over here I never got to vote
I left my arm in my coat
My mom she died and never wrote
We sat by the fire and ate a goat
Just before he died he had a toke
Now I’m home and I’m blind
And I’m broke
What is next

⇓   ‘All the World is Green’  ⇐

I fell into the ocean when you became my wife
I risked it all against the sea to have a better life

Marie you’re the wild blue sky and men do foolish things
You turn kings into beggars and beggars into kings

Pretend that you owe me nothing and all the world is green
We can bring back the old days again and all the world is green

The moon is yellow silver – Oh, the things that summer brings
It’s a love you’d kill for and all the world is green

He is balancing a diamond on a blade of grass
The dew will settle on our graves when all the world is green

Pretend that you owe me nothing and all the world is green
We can bring back the old days again and all the world is green

He is balancing a diamond on a blade of grass
The dew will settle on our graves when all the world is green . . .

♦  ‘Satisfied’  ← [«Bad As Me»]  ⇓

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♦  REAL GONE Tour  ⇓  2004

01 → Hoist that Rag.

02 → Make it Rain.

03 → Jockey full of Bourbon.

04 → Don’t Go into that Barn.

05 → Sins of My Father

06 . . . → Straight To The Top (Rhumba)

07 → Walk away

08 → Metropolitan Glide

09 → God’s Away on Business

10 → Misery is the River of the World

11 → There’s only Alice

12 → November

13 → Eyeball Kid

14 → What’s he building in there?

15 → Shake It

•  •  •  •  Encores . . .  [click  ↑  titles  ↓  for lyrics]

         o1 → 16 Shells From A Thirty-Ought-Six

        02 → Trampled Rose

        03 → House Where Nobody Lives

        04 → Lucky Day

∇   ‘Missing my son’   ⇓  [hidden track from «Bastards»]

I was in a line at the supermarket the other day, and uhm… y’know, I had all my things on the conveyor belt there… There’s a gal in front of me that is uh.. well, she’s staring at me and I’m getting a little nervous and uh, she continues to stare at me. And I uh, I keep looking the other way. And then, finally she comes over closer to me and she says:

«I apologize for staring, that must have been annoying. I, I… You look so much like my son, who died. I just can’t take my eyes off you.» And she precedes to go into her purse and she pulls out a photograph of her son who’d died. And uh, he looks absolutely nothing like me. In fact he’s… Chinese. Uh… anyway, we chatted a little bit. And uh, she says: «I’m sorry, I have to ask you. Would you mind, as I leave the supermarket here, would you mind saying «Goodbye mom» to me? I, I know it’s a strange request but I haven’t heard my son saying «Goodbye mom» to me, and «So long» and it would mean so much to me to hear it. If you don’t mind I… «

And I said: «Well, you know, okay, yeah, sure. Eh.. uh… I can say that.» And, and so, she uh gets her groceries all checked out. And uh, as she’s going out the door, she waves at me and she hollers across the store: «Goodbye son!» And I look up and I wave and I say: «Goodbye mom!» And then she goes, and uh…

So I get my few things there, on the conveyor belt and the checker checks out my things. And uh, and he gives me the total and he says: «That’ll be four hundred and seventy nine dollars.» Uh… and I said: «Well, how is that possible! I’ve only got a little tuna fish, and uh some skimmed milk, and uh mustard and a loaf of bread…» He goes: «Well, well you’re also paying for the groceries for your mother. She uh, told me you’d take care of the bill for her.» And I said: «Well, wait a minute! That’s not my mother!» And he says: «Well I distinctly heard her say as she left the store «Bye son!» and you said «Bye mom!»  So what are you trying to say here, uh…»

I said: «Well, JESUS!» And I looked out into the parking lot and she was just getting into her car. And I ran out there. And she was just closing the door, and she had a little bit of her leg sticking out of the door and she was pulling away and I grabbed her leg and I started PULLING it! Just the way… I’m pulling yours…

∇  ‘House Where Nobody Lives’  ↓

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¤  Bruce Sprinsteen  ↓  ‘High Hopes’ [2013]

⇓  ‘Dancing In The Dark’

♦  ‘Brilliant Disguise’  ↓

I hold you in my arms as the band plays
What are those words whispered baby just as you turn away
I saw you last night out on the edge of town
I wanna read your mind to know just what I’ve got in this new thing I’ve found
So tell me what I see when I look in your eyes
Is that you baby or just a brilliant disguise

I heard somebody call your name from underneath our willow
I saw something tucked in shame underneath your pillow
Well I’ve tried so hard baby but I just can’t see
What a woman like you is doing with me
So tell me who I see when I look in your eyes
Is that you baby or just a brilliant disguise

Now look at me baby, struggling to do everything right
And then it all falls apart when out go the lights
I’m just a lonely pilgrim – I walk this world in wealth
I want to know if it’s you I don’t trust
‘Cause I damn sure don’t trust myself

Now you play the loving woman – I’ll play the faithful man
But just don’t look too close into the palm of my hand
We stood at the alter – The gypsy swore our future was right
But come the wee wee hours – Well maybe baby the gypsy lied
So when you look at me, you better look hard and look twice
Is that me baby or just a brilliant disguise

Tonight our bed is cold – I’m lost in the darkness of our love
God have mercy on the man who doubts what he’s sure of

⇓  ‘We Take Care Of Our Own’

•→ ‘Human Touch’ ⇔ [lyrics]
•→ ‘Further On (Up The Road)’  ⇐  [Dublin]

Further on up the road – Further on up the road –  I’ll meet you further on up the road
Where the way’s dark and the night is cold – I’ll meet you further on up the road.

Where the road is dark and the seed is sowed
Where the gun is cocked and the bullet’s cold
the miles are marked in the blood and gold
I’ll meet you further on up the road

Further on up the road . . .

Got on my dead man’s suit and my smilin’ skull ring
My lucky graveyard boots and song to sing
A song to sing, to keep me out of the cold
And I’ll meet you further on up the road.

Further on up the road . . .

I been out in the desert, just doin’ my time
Searchin’ through the dust, for a sign
If there’s a light up ahead well brother I don’t know
I’ll meet you further on up the road
Where the way’s dark and the night is cold
I’ll meet you further on up the road

Further on up the road – Further on up the road –  I’ll meet you further on up the road
Where the way’s dark and the night is cold – I’ll meet you further on up the road…

Further on up the road . . . Further on up the road . . .
One sunny mornin’ we’ll rise I know and I’ll meet you further on up the road

♦  ‘American Skin (41 Shots)’  ↓

(41 shots . . .)
41 shots, and we’ll take that ride ‘cross the bloody river to the other side
41 shots, cut through the night
You’re kneeling over his body in the vestibule, praying for his life

Is it a gun, is it a knife, is it a wallet, this is your life
It ain’t no secret … (it ain’t no secret) … No secret my friend
You can get killed just for living in your American skin

(41 shots . . .)
41 shots, Lena gets her son ready for school
She says, «On these streets, Charles, you’ve got to understand the rules
If an officer stops you, promise me you’ll always be polite and that you’ll never ever run away
Promise Mama you’ll keep your hands in sight»

Is it a gun, is it a knife, is it a wallet, this is your life
It ain’t no secret … (it ain’t no secret) … No secret my friend
You can get killed just for living in your American skin

(41 shots . . .)

Is it a gun, is it a knife, is it in your heart, is it in your eyes
It ain’t no secret … it ain’t no secret …

41 shots, and we’ll take that ride ‘cross this bloody river to the other side
41 shots, got my boots caked with this mud
We’re baptized in these waters and in each other’s blood

Is it a gun, is it a knife, is it a wallet, this is your life
It ain’t no secret … (it ain’t no secret) … No secret my friend
You can get killed just for living in your American skin

•→ ‘This Hard Land’ ⇔ [lyrics]
♦  ‘Streets of Philadelphia’  ↓

I was bruised and battered, I couldn’t tell what I felt. I was unrecognizable to myself.
I saw my reflection in a window, I didn’t know my own face.
Oh brother are you gonna leave me wastin’ away on the Streets of Philadelphia.

I walked the avenue, ‘til my legs felt like stone, I heard the voices of friends vanished and gone,
At night I could hear the blood in my veins,
Black and whispering as the rain, on the Streets of Philadelphia.

Ain’t no angel gonna greet me. It’s just you and I my friend.
My clothes don’t fit me no more,
I walked a thousand miles just to slip this skin.

The night has fallen, I’m lyin’ awake,  I can feel myself fading away,
So receive me brother with your faithless kiss,
Or will we leave each other alone like this on the Streets of Philadelphia

∞  ‘Everything I Do (Leads Me Back To You)’ ↓  [with Elliot Murphy]

Everything I do leads me back to you
I see me standing in the acid rain, full of existential pain
You can look for love so long until you’re sure you’ll never feel so good again
Then you came along like a angel, like a lover, like a friend
Yeah, everything I do leads me back to you
 
Well, I’m a man without a place, sometimes afraid to show my face
Hear me humming in the night when you turn out the light
They can blow my tires out till I’m filled up with nothing else but doubt
Still I’m rolling on my rims – Oh, baby coming back to you again
Yeah, everything I do leads me back to you
 
When I’m on the rise – When it’s do or die – Oh, Lullaby
Would you take an alibi if I said it was you and I further on …
Cause it’s everything I do
Everything I do…
You know it’s hard for a man to sing when his pride blocks everything
You can have a way with words when your thoughts they can’t be heard
But don’t take it the wrong way, like half the things I ever tried to say
Well, I got my demons too, but my angels they’re all cheering for you
Cause everything I do, it leads me back to you
Yeah everything I do, it leads me back to you …
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¤  The Life and Career of Bruce Springsteen  ⇐

Welcome to WatchMojo.com and today we’re taking a look at the life and career of singer-songwriter, Bruce Springsteen.

• Early Bands

Bruce Frederick Joseph Springsteen was born on September 23rd, 1949 in Long Branch, New Jersey. It was at the age of seven that Springsteen saw Elvis Presley on the Ed Sullivan Show, and this prompted his interest in music. Buying his first guitar at 13, it wasn’t long before he started playing in bands. These included the trio Earth, with whom he acquired his nickname, “The Boss,” and Steel Mill, a band that featured the core members of what would later become the E Street Band.

• Columbia Records Debut

Aside from his band experience, Springsteen was also playing solo shows at various nightclubs. In 1972, he signed a deal with Columbia Records. His debut, Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J., was recorded with the E Street Band and released in January 1973.

• Breakthrough with «Born to Run»

Springsteen’s sophomore record, The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle, was released in September of that same year. Though it was widely accepted by critics, the album sold poorly, much like his first record. The next year, music critic John Landau became Springsteen’s manager, and co-produced what would become the singer’s breakthrough record, 1975’s Born to Run. The album was a critical and commercial success, and both its title track and the song “Thunder Road” became rock radio staples.

• «Darkness on the Edge of Town» and «The River»

The E Street Band stayed on tour for much of the next year while a lawsuit between Springsteen and his former manager was settled. He returned to the studio in 1977 to record Darkness on the Edge of Town, an album that showcased his political awareness more than previous efforts. He continued with the theme of working-class life on his 1980 album The River, and the record produced The Boss’ first top ten hit, “Hungry Heart.”

• «Born in the USA» and Live Performances

1982 saw Springsteen release the solo acoustic record, Nebraska. This was followed up with what is his biggest album to date, 1984’s Born in the U.S.A. This record spawned seven Top Ten singles, including the popular “Dancing in the Dark.” Two years later, a box set entitled Live/1975-85 further cemented his reputation as a solid performer and became one of the most commercially successful live albums of all time.

• Love and Relationships

In 1987, Springsteen came out with Tunnel of Love, an album that focused on love’s ups and downs. During the subsequent tour, news of an affair between Springsteen and backup singer Patti Scialfa (SKAL-fah) led to his divorce from his first wife, Julianne Phillips, in 1988. Soon after, Springsteen dissolved the E Street Band, moved to California and married Scialfa in 1991.

• More Albums, Including His «Greatest Hits»

In March 1992, Springsteen released two albums, Lucky Town and Human Touch. The next year, he wrote “Streets of Philadelphia” for the movie, “Philadelphia.” This song won him a Golden Globe, an Oscar and several Grammy awards. His first Greatest Hits album came out in 1995 and was followed by his eleventh studio album, The Ghost of Tom Joad, later that year.

• The E Street Band and Other Projects

b-springsteenBy 1999, Springsteen had reformed the E Street Band to the delight of fans. Together, they went on a massive reunion tour. Springsteen’s first album with the full band in almost two decades was released shortly after. 2002’s The Rising was released in the wake of the September 11th attacks. Proving his status as a hard-working music man, a solo record called Devils & Dust was released in 2005, and a Pete Seeger cover album entitled We Shall Overcome: The Seeger Sessions followed a year later.

• «Magic» and «Working on a Dream»

In 2007, he went back into the studio with the E Street Band and recorded his fifteenth album, Magic. The next year, Springsteen showed his support for President Barack Obama during his campaign by playing material that would soon be released on his 2009 album, Working on a Dream, at rallies. 2010 saw the re-release of his 1978 album, Darkness on the Edge of Town. Released as a box set, the album was accompanied by a documentary called, “The Promise: The Making of Darkness on the Edge of Town.”

• Springsteen’s Enduring Heartland Rock

This singer-songwriter, guitarist, social activist and family man has been one of rock’s top acts since the 1970s. With his own version of Heartland rock, featuring poetic yet accessible lyrics and lengthy live shows, Bruce Springsteen’s music has influenced many and is likely to continue doing so for generations to come.

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