"A tribute to The E Street Band, rock 'n' roll, and the way music has shaped Bruce Springsteen's life, this Thom Zimny documentary captures Bruce reflecting on love and loss while recording with his full band for the first time since Born in the U.S.A."
This new MacBook Air and the free Apple TV subscription that came with it is paying for itself!
I still haven't seen the Apple TV movie, but I assume the below clip is from it. Holy crap, I've watched it four times in a row and have been wiping away tears each time.
I watched this finally tonight, and have to say I've enjoyed it more than SOB, although I'm not sure both are even comparable.
Ranmaker and Janey Needs a Shooter was recorded before or after the sessions in the film. I haven't read it, but Zimny say's some stuff about this in an interview. He is a rather poor person to spread lies for Bruce Inc. They have a desire to control the narrative at times. I think they should just be honest.
Where was Rainmaker? :(
That's an emotional watch.....in an odd way, it's been an emotional week.
It's been a few years since a new Bruce album "got" me like this.
After watching this I'm hearing Patti's contributions to "Priest" and "Orphans" greatly, even above Bruce's singing.
I've been critical of her modern day vocals in the past, but she's awesome on this album.