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CD+DVD WE SHALL OVERCOME: AMERICAN LAND EDITION (2006)

Bruce Springsteen & The Seeger Sessions CD+DVD WE SHALL OVERCOME: AMERICAN LAND EDITION (2006) Doble disco (1 CD + 1 DVD) Columbia Records UPC 886970091626 (Europa) / UPC 828768823125 (USA)

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CD+DVD WE SHALL OVERCOME: AMERICAN LAND EDITION

Bruce Springsteen & The Seeger Sessions (editado en 2006).

Doble disco, editado en 2006 (1 CD + 1 DVD)

Columbia Records UPC 886970091626 (Europa) / UPC 828768823125 (USA)

 

 

Album Features
UPC: 828768823125
Artist: Bruce Springsteen
Format: CD
Release Year: 2006
Record Label: Columbia (USA)
Genre: Folk Rock, Rock & Pop


Track Listing
1. Old Dan Tucker
2. Jesse James
3. Mrs. McGrath
4. O Mary Don't You Weep
5. John Henry
6. Erie Canal
7. Jacob's Ladder
8. My Oklahoma Home
9. Eyes on the Prize
10. Shenandoah
11. Pay Me My Money Down
12. We Shall Overcome
13. Froggie Went a Courtin'
14. Buffalo Gals - (bonus track)
15. How Can I Keep from Singing - (bonus track)
16. How Can a Poor Man Stand Such Times and Live - (bonus track)
17. Bring 'Em Home - (bonus track)
18. American Land - (bonus track)

Details
Producer: Bruce Springsteen
Distributor: Sony Music Distribution (
Recording Type: Studio
Recording Mode: Stereo
SPAR Code: n/a


Album Notes
The AMERICAN LAND EDITION contains five bonus tracks and, in addition to the DVD documentary included in previous editions, four bonus live videos from the 2006 tour.Personnel: Bruce Springsteen (vocals, guitar, mandolin, harmonica, piano, Hammond b-3 organ, tambourine, percussion); Frank Bruno (vocals, guitar); Mark Clifford (vocals, banjo); Sam Bardfeld, Soozie Tyrell (vocals, violin); Charlie Giordano (vocals, accordion, piano, Hammond b-3 organ, pump organ); Eddie Manion (vocals, saxophone); Mark Pender (vocals, trumpet); Richie "La Bamba" Rosenberg (vocals, trombone); Jeremy Chatzky (vocals, upright bass); Larry Eagle (vocals, drums, percussion); Patti Scialfa, Lisa Lowell (vocals); Art Baron (tuba).Bruce Springsteen is certainly no stranger to acoustic-based, folk-inspired music. He began his career as a post-Dylan troubadour, and he's been making "unplugged" albums as far back as 1982's NEBRASKA. He's already recorded Woody Guthrie material, so it's not a shock that he would release a tribute album to folk icon Pete Seeger. WE SHALL OVERCOME: THE SEEGER SESSIONS celebrates not just Seeger's musical influence, of course, but also the political stands the singer took, which obviously resonate with the famously progressive Springsteen.Unlike NEBRASKA, though, this is no bare-bones affair. The E Street Band may be absent, but Bruce tackles Seeger's tunes in classic larger-than-life Boss style, with a huge band that includes several string players, a horn section, accordion, and more. Incorporating everything from Dixieland to zydeco into the folk/blues template, Bruce stirs up a rowdy cauldron of Americana teeming with as much pure human passion as social import. WE SHALL OVERCOME is likely to be one of the biggest albums ever made under the "traditional folk" banner, but it's full of small surprises as Springsteen gets to the spiritual and musical heart of the matter.DVD Features:Track List1. John Henry2. Pay Me My Money Down3. Buffalo Gals4. Erie Canal5. O Mary Don't You Weep6. Jacob's Ladder7. Froggie Went A Courtin'8. ShenandoahBonus Tracks9. How Can A Poor Man Stand Such Times And Live (Bruce Springsteen Version)10. Bring 'Em Home11. American Land12. Pay Me My Money Down

Editorial Reviews
4 stars out of 5 -- It takes easily five seconds to discover this is a Springsteen as you've never heard him before....A big band of little-knowns tumbles and jumbles diverse folk idioms all around him...
Mojo

[T]he] album deftly balances such deeply spiritual forays with a lot of upbeat material....Bringing a deep personal connection to some of the most quintessentially American songs ever written.
No Depression

Ranked #16 in Q Magazine's 100 Greatest Albums of 2006 -- [I]t proved to be a rip-roaring, ramshackle masterstroke.
Q

3 stars out of 5 -- [I]t's good to hear Springsteen with the pressure off, tapping deep into the bedrock of American music and singing and playing for the sheer joy of it.
Q

Enlivened by flailing banjos, tub-thumping horns, and hopped up accordions....[He] isn't afraid to mix in some merriment with the message. -- Grade: A-
Entertainment Weekly

Ranked #29 in Rolling Stone's The Top 50 Albums Of 2006 -- These big-band treatments combine Dixieland brass, cantina accordions and barn-dance fiddles...
Rolling Stone

4 stars out of 5 -- [W]ith his first-ever album of songs written by other people, it feels like he's turned to the music of our shared past to find a moral compass for a nation that's gone off the rails.
Rolling Stone