The last few nights when I've been on here, I've been listening to Bruce at the same time, delving into the abundance of album tracks and live performances that have been officially released over the years.
Right now I'm playing "Prove It All Night" from December 15th, 1978 - Winterland - and I think next I'll play "Prove It All Night" from December 16th, 1978 - Winterland, just because I now can in 2020.
What about you, which Bruce Springsteen song are you listening to at this very moment, right now?
Oh, but loooove is fleeting
It's saaaad but true
When your heaaart is beatin'
You don't wanna hear the news!
Such a fun song to sing with not so fun lyrics 😅
We need some of this and soon.
Terrific Jungleland from Paris 1 2016. Maybe we should invite Olli on to this forum.
Want to hear my electro pop version of Hitch Hikin’? Here ‘tis. It’s just what 2020 needed. No need to thank me: https://dailybrucerun.wordpress.com/2020/11/07/hitch-hikin/
Today’s listening pleasure: https://dailybrucerun.wordpress.com/2020/11/05/season-2-run-8/
All of this, still love it.
Listened to Hello Sunshine and House of a Thousand Guitars on today’s run. Plus these: https://dailybrucerun.wordpress.com/2020/11/01/season-2-run-5/
Next instalment of my blog: https://dailybrucerun.wordpress.com/2020/10/28/season-2-run-3/
Just started up my Bruce running blog again. Check it out if you want. Today I listened to The Promised Land, Cadillac Ranch and Secret Garden amongst others... dailybrucerun.wordpress.com
Street Fighting Man (live) 1984
This must be released. God damn.
God he is the Boss.
For You - Seeger style from the Live in Dublin outtakes EP thingy. What a joyous racket!
Watched a short doc called National Parks Adventure on Netflix which wrapped up with Bruce's version of This Land is Your Land.
Walk Like A Man.
I'm listening to an expanded Tunnel Of Love with the outtakes folded in.
Currently blasting 12/29/1980. It is such a good show. I usually play it all the way through while I am working...I also played WS today as well.
Tangent question: what percentage of the time that you're listening to Bruce Springsteen is it a live release vs a studio album?