after six years of silence, Bruce Springsteen releases the 20th studio work of his long career, ‘Letter to you’, again accompanied by the iconic The E Street Band.
The new album includes nine newly created tracks plus three recordings dating back to the 1970s that are sure to spark madness among its many millions of followers: ‘Janey Needs a Shooter’, ‘If I Was The Priest’ and ‘Song For Orphans’.
Subjects knew for years since they are usually part of his repertoire live but that had never been picked up in a studio before until this album.’Letter To You’ has been recorded in the musician’s studio in New Jersey together with producer and great friend Ron Aniello.
In addition, it has had Bob Clearmountain (The Rolling Stones, Bon Jovi) for the mixes and has been mastered by Bob Ludwig (Led Zeppelin, Queen).
An album that recovers the essences of the most authentic rock: It is an album of pure and authentic rock, with the mythical organic and direct sound characteristic of the band of his life, which includes Patti Scialfa (his partner for decades) and Nils Lofgren (Crazy Horse), among others.
In the words of the ‘Boss’: ” I love the album, I’m happy how the emotional part has been imprinted on it. We recorded it in just five days and it turned out to be one of the best recording experiences I have had in my career. The sound of the E Street Band playing in my studio completely live and without re-recordings is spectacular, something we’ve never done before. “
- One minute you’re here
- Letter to you
- Burnin ‘train
- Janey needs a shooter
- the last man standing
- The power of prayer
- House of a thousand guitars
- If I was the priest
- Song for orphans
- I’ll see you in my dreams