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Old 09-16-2007, 06:04 PM
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A couple of youtube videos of Springsteen.

One, "The Incident on 57th Street."

SoulBoogieAlex comments that he could DIE after seeing this one.

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Old 09-16-2007, 06:06 PM
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Weird Al interviews Springsteen.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=rmaMUGrS8TA

He seems a little "tongue tied" at some points.
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Old 09-16-2007, 06:16 PM
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Springsteen's first television interview.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=rh-ZweQf_...elated&search=
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Old 09-16-2007, 08:21 PM
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These BTX'ers have such a vested interest in how Springsteen's MAGIC CD is reviewed.

Can you imagine even caring one iota what a critic has to say about a musician?

As if it reflects on them. As if it's directed at them personally.

He is their hero.

If he fails.

They fail.

They worshipped a loser.

Why do they feel this need for validation of their hero?

Probably because they know subconsciously that Springsteen is immoral.

Maybe they see it's all been an illusion.

Probably because they know Springsteen is not all that the critics claimed that he was.

Maybe because they see that those who write in such an embarrassing manner about their love for him; over the top accolades and worshipping, reflect their sentiments and it's embarrassing.

Mabye they realize that:

Their leader isn't JESUS.

Their leaders isn't GOD.

Their leader isn't a HERO.

Their leader isn't a blue collar worker.

Their leader isn't royalty.

Their leader hasn't accomplished an incredible feat.

Maybe, it's because deep down they wonder why they behave the way that they do.

Maybe they realize they're not in control of their emotions, and that Springsteen, to a certain degree, is in control of their hearts and souls.

Maybe they know his songs aren't GREAT and/or classics, but they have to say that they are.

They've been conditioned this way.

This validates their obsession; their worshipping of their hero.

Otherwise, they'd have to ask themselves why they've invested their lives in this man's music.

For what?

The big pay-off?
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Old 09-16-2007, 08:35 PM
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The fanatics are wondering what Springsteen can do this tour to SURPRISE them!

HUH??

I assume they've been to so many shows that they've heard just about everything.

All the long drawn out versions of various songs.

Surprise them???

Well, maybe he'll play a song you haven't heard live before.

I think that's about the only surprise a musician could incorporate into their show.

That is, of course, unless Springsteen is a magician, puts on his top hat and as one poster comments:

Pulls incident out.

That is really humorous.

If Springsteen plays a song that they long to hear, he pull it out.

Uses his Magic Wand, pulls it out of thin air, or maybe his top hat.

You do agree that the name of the album "MAGIC," is just, well, to put it bluntly, LAME!

Have they all be cast under another MAGIC spell just by hearing the word?

I mean, he must use the words little girls (how they all act) and dreams about 5,000 times or more throughout his song book.
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Old 09-18-2007, 07:32 AM
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According to Sanctified4one this is what the song Magic is about:

It's a warning to watch out for the bad man that's coming.

"Trust none of what you hear and less of what you see."

"This is what will be"
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The bad man????

Is he like the bogey man?

Is he like Satan?

I am so thankful that Springsteen is able to warn the world that the BAD MAN is coming and when he does we should trust none of what we hear and less of what we see.

So, shall we be deaf, dumb and blind?
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Old 09-18-2007, 07:34 AM
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The front page looks so much better when the thread titles are compacted and you can read the title and last comment in one glance instead of having to scroll over to the right.

Can't this tread be compacted so it doesn't throw the front page off center????
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Old 09-18-2007, 07:37 AM
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How could Springsteen's use of the song title, "Last to Die" be a clever Kerry quote?

He copied it.

That ain't clever.
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Old 09-18-2007, 07:43 AM
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2007 Rumble Doll music
Words and Music by Patti Scialfa
Rumble Doll Music (ASCAP)

*"The Word" written by PAtti Scialfa.
Contains elements of "Sally Go Round The Roses." Written by Abner Spector/Courtesy of Bonnyview Music Corp.

*"Town Called Heartbreak" written by Patti Scialfa. Contains a sample of "Society's Child" / Written by Janis Ian / 1966 renewed 1997 Taosongs Two (BMI) / All rights reserved. Used by permission.

*"Like Any Woman Would" written by Patti Scialfa. Contains elements of "He's So Fine" by Ronald Mack, used by permission of Harrisongs, Ltd.

Produced by Steve Jordan, Patti Scialfa, Ron Aniello
Recorded by Dave O'Donnell at Thrill Hill Studios
Mixed by Bob Clearmountain at Mix This!
Additional Engineering by Toby Scott, Eddie Jackson, Trina Shoemaker, Ron Aniello, Roger Moutenot, Brandon Duncan
Mastered by Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering
Production Coordination: Toby Scott
Production Assistant: Kelly Kilbride
Art Direction: Michelle Holme and Chris Austopchuk
Design: Michelle Holme
Photography: Sante D'Orazio-cover, back cover, spine and pages 4,7,9. All other photography by Bruce Springsteen

Jon Landau Mnagement: Jon Landau, Barbara Carr, Jan Stabile, Alison Oscar, Sue Berger.

Project Coordinator: Jan Stabile

The Whack Brother Rhythm Section:
Clifford Carter: Keyboards
Steve Jordan: Drums and Percussion, Acoustic Guitar 8
Nils Lofgren: Guitars, Pedal Steel, Dobra Slide
Bruce Springsteen: b3 Organ 4 and 9, Acoustic guitar 1 and 3, Electric guitar 5 and 9, Harmonica 1
Willie Weeks: Bass

Additional Players:
Ron Aniello: Guitar, Keyboards
Crusher Benner: Bass 2 and 3
Jeremy Chatzky: Bass 4 and 10
Patti Scialfa: Acoustic guitar, Banjo, Wurlitzer
Mark Stewart: Cello 1,6,9 Guitar 1, Banjo 9
Soozie Tyrell: Violin 6 and 9
Scott Tibbs: Synth Strings 9

BAcground Vocals:
Soozie Tyrell: 5,6,8 and 9
Lisa Lowell: 5, 6, 8 and 9
Michelle Morre: Bridge Vocal Solo 2, Background Vocals 3 and 8
Cindy Mizelle: 1, 3 and 8 Curtis King: 1
Steve Jordan appears courtesy pf Jay-Vee Records

For Evan, Jessica, Sam and Bruce

Thank you "WHACK BROTHERS" for all the beautiful playing, deep support, and MANY laughs.

Thank you Ron for your steadfast commitment, all the freedom you gave me, and the great ideas.

Toby... for your valuable help.

Dave... ofr your patience and great sounds.

Eddie... for taking care of all the ones and zeros

Steve Jordan... for our long and enduring friendship and for finding the heartbeat in my music, and bringing it to life.

Thanks to my mother, Michael and Sean

Thanks Evan, Jessica, and Sam for giving me the time.

Bruce for walking me through my shadows... with love... support and soul

THANKS TO EVERYONE AT JON LANDAU MANAGEMENT

PATTISCIALFA.NET COLUMBISRECORDS.COM

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What is the deal with these SHADOWS that Springsteen and Scialfa reference in their songs?

Seems to be a common theme among many musicians.
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Old 09-18-2007, 07:44 AM
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Springsteen couldn't have come up with a better line in the MAGIC song other than?

"I'll cut you in half."

I wonder how his fans like that imagery.

Maybe he'll pull an audience member from the crowd and work his magic!!
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