I've been listening to a lot of Sugarland (1984) and Delivery Man. I like his rockabilly/country sound.
I'm Goin' Back/Bo Diddely Rocker is a good one too. Maybe not the greatest of songs, but Bruce's singing on that thing is probably my favourite singing by Bruce in the studio, maybe ever. "Lemme hear da saxxxxxx...ah mo' mo' mo'!"
When I first got Tracks, back in 1998, I devoured the booklet... (Not literally, obviously, I don't mean I ate the book, that would have been silly and would have been of no nutritional value at all) but I mean that I read it cover to cover several times. When I saw that Gave It A Name was recorded in 1998, I nearly flipped.... I thought it must have been an error at first. I loved that there was a song on there that was, essentially, brand new. Yes, in time I came to explore and love all 4 discs and many of the songs, but I spent a large amount of time on disc 4 and the new/est songs.
I know and am excited for more newer unreleased, unheard of material when the next set (Tracks 2 or whatever it ends up being) is released.
The unreleased songs being discussed are all from the 'classic' era, largely thanks to I believe an ex employee who may have liberated them from the vaults? (I may have that wrong, someone can correct me). There's been a much stricter control on this stuff since that time, with very little unreleased studio material escaping out since, well, pretty much 1987. I wander what gems remain completely unheard from the intervening years...
I haven't heard That many, but I've always liked If I were the priest a lot.
If I Were The Priest (obviously) I quite like Preacher's Daughter as well; not a masterpiece but worthy of release I reckon.
I'm a big fan of all those poppy USA outtakes like Protection, Unsatisfied Heart, Drop on down etc.