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CD TUNNEL OF LOVE (1988)

CD TUNNEL OF LOVE (1988) Editado en CD en 1987 (reeditado en 2003). Columbia Records UPC 074644099928

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CD TUNNEL OF LOVE

Bruce Springsteen (editado en 1988).

Editado en CD en 1987 (reeditado en 2003).

 

Track listing
1. Ain't Got You
2. Tougher Than The Rest
3. All That Heaven Will Allow
4. Spare Parts
5. Cautious Man
6. Walk Like A Man
7. Tunnel Of Love
8. Two Faces
9. Brilliant Disguise
10. One Step Up
11. When You're Alone
12. Valentine's Day

Details
Number of CDs: 1
Recording type: Studio
Distributor: Sony Music/Arvato Services
Recording mode: Stereo
SPAR Code: DDD

Album notes
Personnel: Bruce Springsteen (vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards); Nils Lofgren (vocals, guitar); Jimmie Wood (harmonica); Roy Bittan (piano, synthesizer); Danny Federici (organ); Garry Tallent (bass); Max Weinberg (drums, percussion); Patty Scialfa, Clarence Clemons (background vocals).Producers: Bruce Springsteen, Jon Landau, Chuck Plotkin. Recorded in New Jersey and at A&M Studios, Los Angeles, California.TUNNEL OF LOVE (Bruce Springsteen's ninth album) is essentially a solo release and marked the final chapter of The E Street band, whose members appear separately on several tracks. Springsteen's home studio in Rumson, New Jersey was the primary recording location.Popular music as an art form has attained some of its greatest peaks when dealing with the thorny material of relationships. Bruce Springsteen's Tunnel Of Love, a powerful meditation on his own disintegrating marriage, represents a classic of its type. Predominantly an intimate solo recording the songs convey the gamut of emotions experienced in a long-term relationship, from desire ('Ain't Got You') through disquiet and deceit ('Tunnel Of Love' and 'Brilliant Disguise') to despair ('When You're Alone'), ending on a note of cautious optimism ('Valentine's Day'). Springsteen would never again be as nakedly emotional as he was on this beautiful and honest album.

Editorial reviews
Ranked #25 in Rolling Stone's 100 Best LPs Of The 80s Survey.
Rolling Stone  (11/01/1989)

4 stars out of 5 - ...the first in a series of bravely confessional releases (the closing 'Valentine's Day' is quietly heartbreaking) and his last work for some time with the E Street Band...
Q  (03/01/2000)

Ranked #48 in Q's Best 50 Albums of Q's Lifetime - ...Springsteen never sounded more focussed...
Q  (10/01/2001)

Ranked #25 in Rolling Stone's 100 Best LPs Of The 80s Survey.Q (10/01, p.43) - Ranked #48 in Q's Best 50 Albums of Q's Lifetime - ...Springsteen never sounded more focussed... Q (3/00, p.124) - 4 stars out of 5 - ...the first in a series of bravely confessional releases (the closing 'Valentine's Day' is quietly heartbreaking) and his last work for some time with the E Street Band...
Rolling Stone  (11/01/1989)