The River" is a song written and recorded by Bruce Springsteen, accompanied by the E Street Band, in 1979. The title track of his fifth album, it was a hit single in parts of Europe in 1981; it reached No. 25 in the Netherlands, and the top 10 in both Sweden and Norway. Its B-side was either "Independence Day" or "Ramrod", depending on the country of release.
Springsteen is probably best known for his album Born in the . 1984), which sold 15 million copies in the . Despite its popularity, some fans and critics felt the album's song selection could have been better. Springsteen concerts are the subjects of frequent bootleg recording and trading among fans. Several days later, Springsteen held one more such concert in New Jersey, when polls showed that state surprisingly close.
Bruce Springsteen's recording career spans more than forty years, beginning with 1973's. See actions taken by the people who manage and post content. Page created – 2 October 2007.
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Chapter and Verse is the musical companion to Bruce Springsteen’s autobiography ‘Born To Ru. The album is a collection of 18 songs chosen by Springsteen that trace his musical history from its earliest days and tell a story that parallels the one in the book. Chapter and Verse includes five previously unreleased tracks including two tracks from The Castiles, featuring a teenaged Springsteen on guitar and vocals.
All 327 Bruce Springsteen Songs, Ranked From Worst to Best. The ground rules: This list consists of all original, officially released Bruce Springsteen compositions, whether an official album track or an outtake. That includes Tracks, The Promise, and The Ties That Bind box sets, but excludes all covers (even those strongly associated with Springsteen, as well as The Seeger Sessions. The pre-record contract demos on Chapter & Verse, the CD accompanying Springsteen’s biography Born to Run, also fall outside the purview of this list. A charming, countrified number that harkens to the early days of Springsteen’s marriage: It takes one for the running but two for the road. 234. Black Cowboys, Devils & Dust. It would have been fantastic if Springsteen had written a song about black cowboys, but in this song, they’re just a metaphor for escape.
Compiling a list of classic Bruce Springsteen songs is both easy and a challenge. It’s simple because there’s so much from which to choose. But it’s also a challenge for that very reason, given the vast catalogue The Boss spawned over the past 40 years.