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Independence Day" is a song written and performed by Bruce Springsteen. It was originally released on his fifth album, released in 1980, The River. It was recorded at The Power Station in New York, in February and May 1980. In 2015, Springsteen stated that he regards "Independence Day," "Point Blank," "Stolen Car" and the title track as being "the heart and soul" of The River album.
Originally, Springsteen intended The River to be a single set entitled The Ties That Bind and released in late 1979 with 10 tracks4 Springsteen added darker material after he'd written the title track Indeed, The River became noted for its mix of the frivolous next to the solemn This was intentional, and in contrast to Darkness, for as Springsteen said during. Kot, Greg August 23, 1992 "The Recorded History of Springsteen" Chicago Tribune Retrieved July 8, 2013. Christgau, Robert 1990 "Bruce Springsteen: The River" Christgau's Record Guide: The '80s Pantheon Books p 381 ISBN 067973015X Retrieved December 22, 2016.
Produced by Jon Landau, Little Steven & Bruce Springsteen. I come from down in the valley Where, mister, when you're young They bring you up to do like your daddy done Me and Mary we met in high school When she was just seventeen We'd ride out of this valley down to where the fields were green. We'd go down to the river And into the river we'd dive Oh, down to the river we'd ride. Then I got Mary pregnant And man, that was all she wrote And for my nineteenth birthday I got a union.
Band Name Bruce Springsteen. Album Name The River. 版公司 Columbia Records. 7. Out in the Street. 8. Crush on You. 9. You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch). 10. I Wanna Marry You. 11. The River.
Springsteen performed this for the first time on September 21 and 22, 1979 at the "No Nukes" concerts at Madison Square Garden. Springsteen headlined a show with James Taylor, Carly Simon, and Crosby, Stills & Nash as Musicians United for a Safe Energy (MUSE). This was the only new song he played at the shows. This performance at the "No Nukes" concerts was included in a film documenting the shows released in 1980. This was the title track to a double-album released in 1980. The best part about that box set is the harmonica being played on The River. Ryan from Warren Ohio,This album changed my life. Just wanted to say that (not that anyone cares). But this song (along with the whole album) makes you think about who you are and what you've done and makes you look through yourself in the mirror. Thank you Bruce! Joe from Philadelphia, PaThe River is about his sister.
A blowout double-album split evenly between huge house-party numbers (and a wealth of live staples) and darker, real-world tales in the vein of the title track, The River represented a Springsteen out to explore the emerging dualities of his music. Released: October 17, 1980. Produced By: Bruce Springsteen, Jon Landau, Steven Van Zandt.