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@Oats posted:

Glad that sucker turned away or was beaten down before it got to you. Thank God.  Stay safe my friend.

 

Thanks Brother! 

We definitely have 1 eye on the hill side across the river for us for sure!  It's only 400 yards away. It's not on fire.... Just watching to make sure it doesn't erupt!

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 "Hey man, did you see that? His body hit the street with such a beautiful thud" 

 

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@Karen posted:

glad you are ok todd

Im going to have to listen to this again.. I like most of it, but that high note he tries to do is confusing me.. trying to be country..lol

 

Hey you!!!!! 

 

Thank You, yea, they are moving other direction now and about 6-7 miles from us. 

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 "Hey man, did you see that? His body hit the street with such a beautiful thud" 

 

@Spechti posted:

After reading the Rolling Stone interview I’m absolutely thrilled to get my hands on this album. “Play it more E-Street”, more lyrical piano, more organ, glockenspiel, sax etc. 

janey in a “near identical arrangement” than ‘79...

I just really hope Janey is as rough and “dirty” as it was. If it’s too polished it may take away from why I like it so much. 

Cheers,

Hazy

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She said last night she read those letters...
And they made her feel one hundred years old...


I just really hope Janey is as rough and “dirty” as it was. If it’s too polished it may take away from why I like it so much. 

That song was written by a wild young man 50 years ago. I am wondering about why he chose it now, when he might come across like a creepy old man. I hope he has a plan.

people would jump onstage and grab me by the head and scream, ‘tilly! bootlegs!'"

@Mando posted:

It is amazing what you can do on LSD. 

 

haaa  Who would have thought of that?

Reminds me that Springsteen spent 2 days working on that song April 3-4 1979

Clearmountain spent another 2 mixing

and it finally saw the light of day as a b-side in 1988

Just like The Promise, got dumped in favor of newer compositions

There is nobody like Bruce Springsteen, greatest songwriter of 20th century

No not Irving Berlin or Gershwin, they are 2nd and 3rd at best

Bruce has the luxury of more choices for his albums --- Many more!

people would jump onstage and grab me by the head and scream, ‘tilly! bootlegs!'"

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