Bruce Springsteen - The Wild, The Innocent & The E Street Shuffle album download
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|A1||The E Street Shuffle
Baritone Saxophone – Albany "Al" TelloneCornet – Vini "Mad Dog" Lopez*Soprano Saxophone – David L. Sancious*
|A2||4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)||5:35|
Organ – Danny FedericiOrgan, Soloist – David L. Sancious*
|A4||Wild Billy's Circus Story||4:43|
|B1||Incident On 57th Street
Piano [Second] – Danny Federici
|B2||Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)||7:02|
|B3||New York City Serenade
Arranged By [Strings] – David L. Sancious*
- Accordion – Danny Federici
- Backing Vocals – Clarence "Nick" Clemons*, Danny Federici, David L. Sancious*, Garry W. Tallent*, Vini "Mad Dog" Lopez*
- Bass, Tuba – Garry W. Tallent*
- Congas, Percussion – Richard Blackwell
- Design, Photography – John Berg, Teresa Alfieri
- Drums – Vini "Mad Dog" Lopez*
- Engineer – Louis Lahav
- Lead Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica, Mandolin, Recorder, Written-By, Arranged By – Bruce Springsteen
- Photography – David Gahr
- Piano, Electric Piano, Clavinet, Organ – David L. Sancious*
- Producer – Jim Cretecos, Mike Appel
- Saxophone – Clarence "Nick" Clemons*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): LP-1551-A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): LP-1551-B
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout variant 2): LP-1551-A [etched, small print] LP-1551-A [etched, large print] RIC
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout variant 2): LP-1551-B [etched, small print] LP-1551-B [etched, large print]
|KC 32432||Bruce Springsteen||The Wild, The Innocent & The E Street Shuffle (LP, Album)||Columbia||KC 32432||US||1973|
|CBS 32363||Bruce Springsteen||The Wild, The Innocent & The E Street Shuffle (LP, Album, RE)||CBS||CBS 32363||Spain||Unknown|
|MCDEA 72223||Bruce Springsteen||The Wild, The Innocent And The E Street Shuffle (Cass, Album)||CBS||MCDEA 72223||Italy||1991|
|CK 32432||Bruce Springsteen||The Wild, The Innocent And The E Street Shuffle (CD, Album, RE)||Columbia||CK 32432||US||Unknown|
|01402||Bruce Springsteen||The Wild, The Innocent & The E Street Shuffle (CD, Album)||CBS/Sony, Altaya||01402||Spain||1996|
The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle is the second studio album by American rock singer-songwriter Bruce Springsteen. It was recorded by Springsteen with the E Street Band at 914 Sound Studios in Blauvelt, New York; and released on November 11, 1973, by Columbia Records. The album includes the song "Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)", the band's most-used set-closing song for the first 10 years of its career.
The E Street Shuffle 4:30. 4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy) 10:08. Wild Billy's Circus Story 22:05. Incident on 57th Street 29:50. Rosalita (Come Out Tonight) 36:55. New York City Serenade. SME (от лица компании "Columbia"); CMRRA, Global Music Rights LLC, UMPI, LatinAutor, LatinAutor - UMPG, UMPG Publishing, UBEM, Sony ATV Publishing" и другие авторские общества (4).
Bruce Springsteen may have been the future of rock’n’roll, but he wasn’t yet its present. Rich in self-mythologising tales of the frustrated boys and girls of Asbury Park’s balmy boardwalk days and nights, it delivered a show-stopping, cinematic Side Two. Incident On 57th Street is where Springsteen moved from dreamer to creative colossus. But success? It wasn't happening
Bruce Springsteen expanded the folk-rock approach of his debut album, Greetings from Asbury Park, . to strains of jazz, among other styles, on its ambitious follow-up, released only eight months later. His chief musical lieutenant was keyboard player David Sancious, who lived on the E Street that gave the album and Springsteen's backup group its name. With his help, Springsteen created a street-life mosaic of suburban society that owed much in its outlook to Van Morrison's romanticization of Belfast in Astral Weeks.
His second album, The Wild, the Innocent, and the E Street Shuffle, added his stellar E Street Band. This is where Springsteen becomes an electric performer, with songs that invent new structures and court deep narratives. The E Street Shuffle and Kitty’s Back are among the funkiest songs he’s recorded, while 4th of July, Asbury Park (Sandy) and Wild Billy’s Circus Story are the warmest and most heartbreaking on the album. Incident on 57th Street is pure cinemascope, an elaborate tale that sweats like a classic early-‘70s film.
The Wild, the Innocent and the E Street Shuffle takes itself more seriously. The songs are longer, more ambitious and more romantic; and yet, wonderfully, they lose little of Greetings’ rollicking rush. Having released two fine albums in less than a year, Springsteen is obviously a considerable new talent. Like Greetings, the new album is about the streets of New York and the tacky Jersey Shore, but the lyrics are no longer merely zany cut-ups.