Born To Run Bruce Springsteen

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Album-Release:
1975

HRA-Release:
30.01.2015

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  • 1Thunder Road04:50
  • 2Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out03:11
  • 3Night03:10
  • 4Backstreets06:29
  • 5Born to Run04:30
  • 6She's the One04:30
  • 7Meeting Across the River03:16
  • 8Jungleland09:33
  • Total Runtime39:29

Info for Born To Run

With two ambitious but under-selling albums behind him, Springsteen needed a hit for his third, and he knocked it out of the park. A sheer epic fueled by tangible energy, the idealized notion of escape, and the romance of youth, Born to Run scorched earth upon release and remains a career-defining classic.

Born To Run is the album that turned Springsteen from a phenomenon into a superstar. His first couple of releases found Bruce working out his fascination with Dylan and Van Morrison on earthy, wordy, folk-rock-R&B tunes full of soul and punch. On Born To Run, Springsteen became even more ambitious, synthesizing Spectorian production with Orbison-esque drama and Duane Eddy-influenced guitar work, creating something grand enough to be called rock opera but too proletarian to ever claim that title.

Born To Run was also the first album where the Boss began to crystallize his recurring theme of working class America's doomed-but-passionate rage against its circumstances. With the earnestness and emotion that bursts forth from Springsteen's street poems, the album is never less than exhilarating, and songs like 'Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out' (a tongue-in-cheek history of the E Street Band) provide humor. 'She's The One' puts the Bo Diddley beat to its most effective post-'50s use, and the title track is Springsteen's quintessential underdog epic.

Bruce Springsteen, vocals, guitar, harmonica, alto horn
Steven Van Zandt, vocals, guitar, alto horn, background vocals
Clarence Clemons, vocals, saxophone, tenor saxophone
Danny Federici, vocals, organ, keyboards
Mike Appel, vocals, background vocals
Suki Lahav, violin
David Sanborn, saxophone, baritone saxophone, bass saxophone
Michael Brecker, tenor saxophone, horns
Randy Brecker, trumpet, flugelhorn, horns
Wayne Andre, trombone
Roy Bittan, piano, harpsichord, organ, keyboards, glockenspiel, background vocals
David Sancious, keyboards
Garry Tallent, bass
Ernest Carter, drums
Max Weinberg, drums

Record at Plant Studios and 914 Sound Studio, New York
Produced by Bruce Springsteen, Mike Appel, Jon Landau

Digitally remastered

Ranked #18 in Rolling Stone's '500 Greatest Albums Of All Time'


Bruce Springsteen
Bruce Springsteen's recording career spans more than thirty years, beginning with 1973's Columbia Records release 'Greetings from Asbury Park, NJ.' By 1975, the covers of both Time and Newsweek declared Springsteen's music a national phenomenon. He has released twenty-four albums, garnered nineteen Grammy Awards, won an Oscar (for 1994's "Streets of Philadelphia") and has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Springsteen's newest album 'Working On a Dream,' debuted at number one on the Billboard chart in 16 countries, including the U.S. He is a 2009 recipient of Kennedy Center Honors.

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