The Wild, The Innocent & The E Street Shuffle (studio album) by Bruce Springsteen
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The best album by Bruce Springsteen is Born To Run which is ranked number 71 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 18,068.
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Not as electrifying as GfAPNJ, but still solid as hell.
With most people (including me) only discovering Springsteen in 1975 with the 'Born To Run' album, discovering his back catalogue ('Greetings From Ashbury Park, NJ" and "The Wild, The Innocent & The E Street Shuffle") was a very rich reward. The final track of this album - the magnificent 10 minute 'New York Serenade' - always brings me to my knees in admiration for its musical/lyrical excellence.
This album has a lot of great highlights, but I think that Bruce's classic sound and style of singing isn't fully developed here yet.
Rock music at its best...
Springsteen gets in the groove with his ensemble on his second record. It's good enough to back up any Steely Dan record. He's really sensual and soulful on this one.
A Side: Rosalita
B Side: 4th of July
This is a hugely underrated and overlooked album in Springsteen's catalogue. The album has a feel good vibe the whole way through and it is difficult not to love what your hearing. Also, when you realise how early in his career this album was made it is astounding to see how much musical maturity and just overall quality is on display. Definitely a record worth hearing.
Puta clássico!! Os sax estão ensandecidos!!
Easily my favorite Springsteen. Very Americana, without getting too boring, and very funky. I'm not a fan of Springsteen mostly because I find a lot of his catalogue to be very overproduced, but this album is very fun and interesting.
Wow, as a second album this is absolutely amazing! The Dylan undertones are great, but he definitely is distinct enough to not make it too much.
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