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13 July, 2012

Bruce Springsteen - Working on a Dream (2009)

Working on a Dream is the 16th studio album by Bruce Springsteen, released on January 27, 2009. It has so far sold over 1 million copies worldwide.
The release of the first two songs prompted The New York Times to proclaim Springsteen as "more hopeful, less bleak" than on his previous album Magic. It saw this go-around of the Springsteen persona manifesting "the voice of an honest striver redeemed by love and hard work". E Street Band guitarist Steve Van Zandt sees Working on a Dream as part of a trilogy with The Rising and Magic: "They make sense together in terms of sound, concept and writing style. The three records have been a projection more toward the pop-rock form – this one more than the other two.
The album's opener, "Outlaw Pete", which many observers felt borrowed a central riff from Kiss's 1979 disco hit "I Was Made for Lovin' You", is over eight minutes, while two others are under three minutes.
Listeners considered it one of Springsteen's most stylistically diverse efforts overall. The album recalls some of Springsteen's earlier efforts, as "The Last Carnival" has been interpreted as a sequel to "Wild Billy's Circus Story" from 1973's The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle. 1960s production flourishes are omnipresent, including ones derived from Wall of Sound, girl group, British Invasion-era Top 40, Brian Wilson and Pet Sounds, and The Byrds and "Eight Miles High".

Track Listing

1."Outlaw Pete"8:00
2."My Lucky Day"4:01
3."Working on a Dream"3:30
4."Queen of the Supermarket"4:40
5."What Love Can Do"2:57
6."This Life"4:30
7."Good Eye"3:01
8."Tomorrow Never Knows"2:14
9."Life Itself"4:00
10."Kingdom of Days"4:02
11."Surprise, Surprise"3:24
12."The Last Carnival"3:11
13."The Wrestler(Bonus track)3:50

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27 April, 2009

Bruce Springsteen. Paris Bercy 4th July 2012 (Wrecking Ball Tour)


For the first E Street Band tour without the Big Man, the band will be augmented by a five-piece horn section, including C’s nephew Jake Clemons and Eddie Manion on saxophones.

Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band - July 4, 2012
Live: Palais Omnisports de Paris Bercy, Paris, France

Track Listing

101. Antoine de Caunes' announcement
102. La vie en rose (accordeon intro)
103. We take care of our own
104. Wrecking ball
105. Badlands
106. Death to my hometown
107. My city of ruins
108. Spirit in the night
109. The E Street shuffle
110. 4th of july, Asbury Park (Sandy)
111. Jack of all trades

201. Because the night
202. Darkness on the edge of town
203. Johnny 99
204. Darlington Country
205. Easy money
206. Waitin' on a sunny day
207. The promised land
208. Apollo medley
209. Independence day (Bruce solo on piano)
210. The river

301. The rising
302. Out in the street
303. Land of hope and dreams
304. Applause
305. We are alive
306. Talk
307. Born in the USA
308. Born to run
309. Bobby Jean
310. Dancing in the dark
311. Tenth Avenue freeze-out
312. American land

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Bob Dylan. Together Through Life (2009)

Together Through Life is singer-songwriter Bob Dylan's upcoming 33rd studio album, with release set by Columbia Records on April 28, 2009.

Rumors of the album, reported in Rolling Stone magazine came as a surprise, with no official press release until March 16, 2009 — less than two months before the album's release date. Dylan produced the record under his pseudonym of Jack Frost, which he used for his previous two studio albums, "Love and Theft" and Modern Times. The album is rumored to contain "struggling love songs" and have little similarity to Modern Times.

In a conversation with music journalist Bill Flanagan, published on Bob Dylan's official website, Flanagan suggested a similarity of the new record to the sound of Chess Records and Sun Records, which Dylan acknowledged as an effect of "the way the instruments were played." He said that the genesis of the record was when French film director Olivier Dahan asked him to supply a song for his new road movie, My Own Love Song, and "then the record sort of took its own direction." The song written for the movie is "Life Is Hard."

Dylan is backed on the album by his regular touring band, plus David Hidalgo of Los Lobos and Mike Campbell of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.

"Beyond Here Lies Nothin'" was available as a free download for one day on Monday, March 30, via Dylan's official site.

"I Feel a Change Comin' On" was released for streaming on Monday, April 6th on The Times Online website, as well as the third installment of his interview with Bill Flanagan.

The album was leaked onto the internet in its entirety on April 22, 2009. On April 24th the album became available to swedish premium users of Spotify.

Track Listing

All songs by Bob Dylan, Robert Hunter, except where noted.

1. "Beyond Here Lies Nothin'" - 3:51
2. "Life Is Hard" - 3:40
3. "My Wife's Home Town" (Dylan/Hunter/Willie Dixon) - 4:15
4. "If You Ever Go to Houston" - 5:50
5. "Forgetful Heart" - 3:43
6. "Jolene" - 3:50
7. "This Dream of You" (Dylan) - 6:00
8. "Shake Shake Mama" - 3:37
9. "I Feel a Change Comin' on" - 5:25
10. "It's All Good" - 5:31

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