Bruce Springsteen, Bruce Springsteen & The E-Street Band, - Darkness On The Edge of Town download mp3 album
Darkness on the Edge of Town is the fourth studio album by Bruce Springsteen, released on June 2, 1978. The album marked the end of a three-year gap between albums brought on by contractual obligations and legal battling with former manager Mike Appel. Although the album did not produce high-charting singles it remained on the charts for 97 weeks. A steady seller in Springsteen's catalog, it has been certified triple Platinum by the RIAA.
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Musically, The E Street Band is up to the task at hand and never let things get too heavy or bogged down, despite the darker subject matter. On Candy's Room, a sad tale of a man infatuated with a hooker and who will give "all that I've got to give" to make her his if just for a night, the band plows ahead like a freight train, never letting the tradgedy of the song hit too hard, but keeping things wound tight enough to convey the lonliness and. frustration of the people involved.
Some attributed the album's embattled tone to Springsteen's legal troubles, but it carried on from Born to Run, in which Springsteen had first begun to view his colorful cast of characters as "losers. On Darkness, he began to see them as the working class. One song was called "Factory," and in another, "Badlands," "you" work "'neath the wheel, Till you get your facts learned. Those "facts" are that "Poor man wanna be rich, Rich man wanna be king, And a king ain't satisfied, Till he rules everything. Yet the sound, and the conviction in his singing, added weight to songs like "Racing in the Street" and the title track, transforming the pathetic into the tragic. But despite the rock & roll fervor, Darkness was no easy listen, and it served notice that Springsteen was already willing to risk his popularity for his principles. Indeed, Darkness was not as big a seller as Born to Run.
Darkness was the first Springsteen album recorded live in the studio by the E Street Band – though that didn’t mean it happened quickly or efficiently. By the summer of 1977, the E Street Band – then consisting of guitarist Miami Steve Van Zandt, saxophonist Clarence Clemons, pianist Roy Bittan, organist Danny Federici, bassist Garry Tallent and drummer Max Weinberg – had become a road-hardened unit capable of bending almost telepathically to any of Springsteen’s musical whims, so it made perfect sense for Springsteen to record the songs for. Darkness live in the studio with his band. Chuck Plotkin, who mixed the album, recalled in the 2010 documentary The Promise: The Making of Darkness on the Edge of Town that Springsteen wanted the album to be similarly cinematic in the way it flowed from song to song.
Band Name Bruce Springsteen. Album Name Darkness on the Edge of Town. Erscheinungsdatum 02 Juni 1978. Labels Columbia Records. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen33. 2. Adam Raised a Cain.
Produced by Bruce Springsteen & Jon Landau. Album Darkness on the Edge of Town. Darkness on the Edge of Town Lyrics. Well they're still racing out at the Trestles But that blood it never burned in her veins Now I hear she's got a house up in Fairview And a style she's trying to maintain Well, if she wants to see me You can tell her that I'm easily found Tell her there's a spot out 'neath. In this song, Bruce cuts to the core of contemporary American ennui and dissatisfaction that stems from systemic economic and cultural alienation. The darkness exists on two levels. One, at the edges of society, where the law ceases to care and men drift aimlessly. Here, the singer has embraced the closed system of street racing as a substitute for the open system of moden society and the economy. Here, racing in the darkness at the edge of town, he can be in control–he can win.