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Badly Drawn Boy’s Top 5 Bruce Springsteen Albums Of All Time

Ahead of our Guardian Live event with him, we managed to track down Badly Drawn Boy who shared with us his Top 5 Bruce Springsteen Albums Of All Time. Previously...

[ Past ] Bruce Springsteen: ‘The Album Collection Vol. 2, 1987-1996’ with...

...Chord Signature Tuned Aray interconnects, ISOL-8 Substation Integra Power Conditioner, Klipsch La Scala Loudspeakers and Klipsch SW115 Subs. For more info on the album click here: www.brucespringsteen.net www.facebook.com/brucespringsteen www.twitter.com/springsteen www.instagram.com/springsteen...

Classic Album Sundays Christmas Book List

...Byrds, Velvet Underground, The Who and The Kinks, 1966 also goes much deeper into the social and cultural heart of the decade through unique archival primary sources. Bruce Springsteen –...

Album of the Month: Van Morrison ‘Astral Weeks’

...David Mancuso. It also an album that has influenced artists like Elvis Costello, Joan Armatrading, Bruce Springsteen, Fleet Foxes and Jeff Buckley just to name a few. But despite the...

Top Of The Shops: Veals & Geeks in Brussels

...first “conscious” buy was Bruce Springsteen and the E-Street Band’s “Live/1975-85” box. Still cherish it. (Bart) Hit Connection 84 (Stan) Red Hot Chilli Peppers – Californication – Warner Bros. (Max)...

Album of the Month: Love “Forever Changes”

...for the first two songs. As producer Bruce Botnick remembers, “The group were present, too. I remember [them] physically crying at this session. The band was so shocked, so put...

LOVE “Forever Changes” presented by Ron Like Hell

...album proper. The final result was an album dominated by Arthur’s songwriting, with the varying musical textures of studio professionalism and raw energy. “The album’s producer, Bruce Botnick reveals that...

Album of the Month: Fleetwood Mac ‘Rumours’

...Mayall and The Bluesbreakers, the changing line-ups of which read like a ‘Who’s Who’ of British bluesy-rock. Green replaced Eric Clapton who had left with Jack Bruce to form Cream....

Album of the Month: ‘The Doors L.A. Woman’

...to go to sleep.” So the band produced it themselves along with engineer Bruce Botnick. They recorded in their own rehearsal space, The Doors Workshop, and the work progressed quickly...

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