Stolen Car

Stolen Car is one of the more serene songs off the River (1980), but it's quite heavy lyrically. It tells the story of a man who seems miserable and forlorn. He once had a little house with a little girl on the edge of town, but something has gone wrong and the relationship has failed.... Continue Reading →

The Summer of Sorcery (auf Deutsch)

Gestern habe ich mir im Kino Asbury Park: Riot Redemption Rock 'n Roll angesehen. Es ist ein Dokumentarfilm, der die Geschichte von Asbury Park und dessen Musikszene erzählt. Genau dort haben u.a Bruce Springsteen, Little Steven und Southside Johnny ihre musikalischen Fähigkeiten verfeinert. Der Film ist absolut interessant und sehenswert aber, für mich, war die... Continue Reading →

Dancing in the Dark

According to Brian Hiatt's Bruce Springsteen the Stories Behind the Songs, it was in response to Jon Landau's request for a hit single, that made Springsteen go home a write the song Dancing in the Dark. They were in the finishing process of recording and mixing of the 1984 album Born in the USA, when... Continue Reading →

Where the Bands Are (Lukas Graham, 10 May, 2019)

Friday night (May 10.) I attended the Lukas Graham' concert, in Gothenburg Film Studios. First, the venue: Gothenburg Film Studios is situated somewhat remote from downtown Gothenburg, located in an area where you primarily find office buildings and some newly built residential houses. My friend and I had to use google maps to find our... Continue Reading →

Where the Band Was: Guest Blogging

A blog I read every day and that I can really recommend, if you are a Bruce Springsteen fan, is the the E Street Shuffle-blog (link below). As promoted, it provides you with "Your daily dose of Springsteen originals and covers" - and that is not exaggerating it. The blog features different series of postings,... Continue Reading →

Mountain of Love (auf Deutsch)

Früh am 3. Mai 2013, bin ich mit dem Auto nach Stockholm gefahren, um Bruce Springsteen und The E Street Band zu sehen. Die Reise von Göteborg nach Stockholm hat etwa 4,5 Stunden gedauert. Mein Plan war, nicht nur die Show zu genießen, sondern auch Freunde zu treffen, mit denen ich bisher nur auf Twitter... Continue Reading →

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