$95 for a floor ticket here in PDX. I'll have to pass. That's ridiculous.
Yeah Keep the Car Running very born to run
Remember when he was supposed to play with Bright Eyes in 05.
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although.. it was a joke.. i can't believe some people actually like them.
Hook Springsteen up with Bob Dylan and Charlie Watts..
Now thats entertainment!
I listened to Darkness of the edge of of town this week. Lots of heart. Reminded me of standing on the curb with just a pair of shorts and tennis shoes on and drinking beer with friends.
Not a great fit at the polo fields, but he's an absolutely amazing performer. Should he ever get booked, I'd be thrilled to see him again.
BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN DJ SET W/ SPECIAL GUESTS BONO AND BOB SEGER
oh, and it has the word "car" in its title. Do you know how many Springsteen songs are about cars, or highways, or driving cars on highways, usually in a remote stretch of godforesaken shit highway either in the middle of the desert, or in the middle of snow-frosted cornstubble black-and-white fields, or running next to the dull green glow of a stinky oil refinery at 1 am. A lot of them are. that's how many
edit. oddly enough Born to Run makes an allusion to riding a motorcycle, rather than driving a car. weird.
1. Darkness on the Edge of Town
2. Born to Run
3. The Wild, the Innocent, and the E Street Shuffle
4. The River
6. Born in the USA
7. Tunnel of Love
8. The Rising
9. Greetings from Asbury Park NJ
10- all the other ones
Here are my rankings.
fwiw i excluded both Tracks and The Promise from my rankings because I don't consider them 'real' albums.
Tracks is superb though. I still haven't heard The Promise.
oh and apparently there's more in the vaults.
Just about every genre of music has been performed at Coachella, so Bruce technically would fit in but I wouldn't go see him. I've seen him so many times on TV and switch channels because I was bored, so I'd rather spend my time seeing an act I haven't seen before.