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Independence Day - Bruce Springsteen - The River (Cassette, Album)

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  1. The River is the fifth studio album by Bruce Springsteen. It was released on October 17, , by Columbia Records. [2] Springsteen's only double album, The River was produced by Jon Landau, Springsteen, and bandmate Steven Van Zandt.
  2. 'Lonesome Day,' 'You're Missing,' and 'My City of Ruins' are about the hollowing devastation of that day, but the language is universal In , while on tour supporting his We Shall Overcome: The Seeger Sessions album, Springsteen performed the song at the All tracks are written by Bruce Springsteen. No. Title Length; 1. "Lonesome Day.
  3. The River, an Album by Bruce Springsteen. Released in on CBS (catalog no. S ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Heartland Rock, Singer/Songwriter, Pop Rock. A5 Independence Day Cassette Columbia / XP2T The River.
  4. In , Springsteen opened the Bruce Springsteen Archives and announced that he will release various shows from his past that have been digitally restored and remastered and, unlike the bootleg releases, officially endorsed by Springsteen himself.
  5. Independence Day by Bruce Springsteen. Bruce Springsteen - Hungry Heart (Audio) The River Bruce Springsteen; 20 videos; 89, views; Updated 6 days ago; Play all Share. Loading.
  6. The River, an Album by Bruce Springsteen. Released 10 October on Columbia (catalog no. PC2 ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Heartland Rock, Singer/Songwriter, Pop Rock. Featured peformers: Roy Bittan (piano, aka_text {background vocals} role_id aka_text), Clarence Clemons (saxophone, percussion, aka_text {background vocals} role_id aka_text), Danny Federici (organ), Bruce Springsteen.
  7. Bruce Springsteen - The Ties That Bind - Documentary full English Full Movie Bruce Springsteen - The Ties That Bind - Documentary full Full Movie, Bruce Springsteen - The Ties That Bind.
  8. The River A blowout double-album split evenly between huge house-party numbers (and a wealth of live staples) and darker, real-world tales in the vein of the title track, The River represented a Springsteen out to explore the emerging dualities of his music.

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