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Bruce Springsteen's debut album found him squarely in the tradition of Bob Dylan: folk-based tunes arranged for an electric band featuring piano and organ (plus, in Springsteen's case, 1950s-style rock & roll tenor saxophone breaks), topped by acoustic guitar and a husky voice singing lyrics full of elaborate, even exaggerated imagery. But where Dylan had taken a world-weary, cynical tone, Springsteen was exuberant. His street scenes could be haunted and tragic, as they were in "Lost in the Flood," but they were still imbued with romanticism and a youthful energy. Asbury Park painted a portrait of teenagers cocksure of themselves, yet bowled over by their discovery of the world. It was saved from pretentiousness (if not preciousness) by its sense of humor and by the careful eye for detail that kept even the most high-flown language rooted. Like the lyrics, the arrangements were busy, but the melodies were well developed and the rhythms, pushed by drummer Vincent Lopez, were breakneck.

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Bruce's best album

Besides Mary Queen and the Angel, this album is Springsteen's very best. Blinded by the Light, Growin' Up, Does This Bus Stop At 82nd Street, and It's Hard to Be a Saint In the City are the Album's very best songs. There's nothing like old classic Bruce.

A Display of Raw Talent

Bruce Springsteen displays unmatched poetic composition in his debut album. The fact that this is a debut album is astonishing. Each song displays some Dylan-esque elements, but otherwise Bruce's sound in this album is a unique sound. Honestly, I put it third best overall among his works, just behing Born to Run and Darkness on the Edge of Town. If you don't want to purchase the entire album, I suggest Blinded by the Light, Growin' Up, Lost In The Flood, Spirit of the Night, and It's Hard To Be A Saint In The City. But that's practically half the album, so you might as well get the whole thing. You won't regret it.

Great debut

Joeturbo are you really that musically inept, here's a news flash for ya, Blinded by the Light was written by Bruce, it's his song not a cover! Why do these people embarrass themselves by writing reviews! Anyhow great debut album, not his best, but should be owned by every Boss fan!


Nacido(a): 23 de septiembre de 1949 en Freehold, NJ

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Cuando Bruce Springsteen se abrió paso al reconocimiento a nivel nacional en 1975,tras una década de intentos, la crítica lo saludó como el Salvador del rock, el único artista que unió la exuberancia del rock de los cincuenta con el esmero del rock de los sesenta, dándole un estilo más acorde con los setena. Su rock era tan duro como el de Jerry Lee Lewis, sus letras tan complejas como las de Bob Dylan y sus conciertos, casi como una celebración religiosa. Décadas más tarde, Springsteen seguía siendo...
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