El nuevo disco de Bruce Springsteen «Wrecking Ball» disponible en streaming, un día antes de que salga a la venta, todos los detalles

Bruce Springsteen Wrecking Ball 2012 nuevo disco.
Bruce Springsteen Wrecking Ball 2012 nuevo disco.
Bruce Springsteen Wrecking Ball 2012 nuevo disco.
Bruce Springsteen Wrecking Ball 2012 nuevo disco.

Bruce Springsteen pone a disposición de todos sus fans su nuevo álbum “Wrecking Ball”  gratis y en streaming hoy 5 de marzo.

Ponemos a tu disposición de todos los detalles y datos técnicos de su nuevo disco.

Bruce Springsteen «Wrecking Ball» 2012, a la venta el 6 de marzo de 2012.

  • 17º álbum de estudio de Bruce Sprinsgteen.
  • «Wrecking Ball» se escribió entre agosto-septiembre de 2009, trata sobre la demolición del estadio de los  N.Y. Giants, East Rutherford, New Jersey en el año 2010 y sobre la situación económica actual.
  • Wrecking Ball, tema que da nombre al disco lo tocó junto a la E Street Band por primera vez en su gira de 2009.
  • El 30 de septiembre de 2009, en la noche de la inauguración de su gira de 2009 en el Giants Stadium, Springsteen subió al escenario y grito: «¡Esta noche unios a nosotros para derribar a la vieja dama! Hemos tenido un montón de noches magníficas aquí, vamos a hacer de ésta otra más. Esto es algo que escribí para esta noche».

Bruce Springsteen tocando «Wrecking Ball» el 2 de octubre de 2009 en Nueva York

  • Producido por: Ron Aniello y Bruce Springsteen.
  • Ingenieros de sonido: Ross Peterson, Ron Aniello, Rob Lebret, Clif Norrell y Toby Scott.
  • Grabado en: Stone Hill Studio

Wrecking Ball tracklist

  1. We Take Care of Our Own
  2. Easy Money
  3. Shackled and Down
  4. Jack of All Trades
  5. Death to My Hometown
  6. This Depression
  7. Wrecking Ball
  8. You’ve Got It
  9. Rocky Ground
  10. Land of Hope and Dreams’
  11. We Are Alive
  12. Swallowed Up (Bonus Track)
  13. American Land (Bonus Track)

 

No dudes en leer la crónica de Dirty Rock en el concierto de Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band en Madrid el 17 de julio de 2008.

Detalles

1. We Take Care of Our Own ( the first song written for the album and the first single from the album, released digitally on January 19th 2012. Features Springsteen on vocals, guitars, banjo, piano, organ, drums, percussion and loops and Ron Aniello on some combination of guitar, bass, keyboards, percussion, drums and/or loops. Soozie Tyrell, Patti Scialfa and Lisa Lowell provide backing vocals. The New York Chamber Consort contribute strings.).

2. Easy Money (features Springsteen, Ron Aniello (some combination of guitar, bass, keyboards, drums, percussion and/or loops), Steve Jordan (percussion), Soozie Tyrell (violin & backing vocal), and backing vocals by Patti Scialfa, Lisa Lowell, Michelle Moore, Antoinette Savage, Corinda Carford, Tiffeny Andrews, Soloman Cobbs and Lilly Brown.).

3. Shackled and Down (among the earliest of the songs written for the new album. Features Springsteen, Ron Aniello (some combination of guitar, bass, keyboards, drums, percussion and/or loops, plus backing vocals), Matt Chamberlain (drums & percussion), Charlie Giordano (piano, B-3 organ), Curt Ramm (trumpet, cornet), Clark Gayton (trombone), Stan Harrison (clarinet, alto sax, tenor sax), Ed Manion (tenor & baritone sax), Dan Levine (alto horn, euphonium), Art Baron (euphonium, tuba, sousaphone, penny whistle), Soozie Tyrell (violin & backing vocal) and backing vocals from Patti Scialfa, Lisa Lowell, Cindy Mizelle, Ross Peterson and Clif Norrell. The recording includes excerpts of «Me And My Baby Got Our Own Thing Going» originally recorded by Lyn Collins in 1972. Cindy Mizelle probably re-recorded the vocal.).

4. Jack of All Trades (features Springsteen, Aniello (some combination of guitar, bass, keyboards, drums, percussion and/or loops), Tom Morello (electric guitar), Curt Ramm (trumpet, cornet), Clark Gayton (trombone), Stan Harrison (clarinet, alto sax, tenor sax), Ed Manion (tenor & baritone sax), Dan Levine (alto horn, euphonium), Art Baron (euphonium, tuba, sousaphone, penny whistle), Soozie Tyrell (violin), the New York Chamber Consort (strings).

5. Death to My Hometown (features Springsteen, Ron Aniello (some combination of bass, keyboards, drums, percussion and /or loops, plus backing vocals), Matt Chamberlain (drums & percussion), Kevin Buell (drums & backing vocal), Charlie Giordano (piano, B-3 organ), Rob Lebret (backing vocals), Art Baron (euphonium, tuba, sousaphone, penny whistle), Soozie Tyrell (violin) and backing vocals from Ross Peterson and Clif Norrell (backing vocal).The recording includes excerpts of «The Last Words Of Copernicus», an old folk poem performed by The Sacred Harp Singers and recorded by Alan Lomax in 1959.).

6. This Depression (features Springsteen, Aniello (some combination of guitar, bass, keyboards, drums, percussion and/or loops), Tom Morello (electric guitar), Soozie Tyrell (violin & backing vocal), Patti Scialfa (backing vocal) and Lisa Lowell (backing vocal).

7. Wrecking Ball (features Springsteen, Ron Aniello (some combination of bass, keyboards, drums, percussion and/or loops, plus backing vocals), Max Weinberg (drums), Charlie Giordano (piano, B-3 organ), Rob Lebret (electric guitar, backing vocals), Curt Ramm (trumpet, cornet), Clarence Clemons (saxophone solo), Soozie Tyrell (violin & backing vocal) and backing vocals from Patti Scialfa, Lisa Lowell, Ross Peterson, Clif Norrell and Steve Van Zandt (uncredited). The New York Chamber Consort provide the strings. Probably written in September 2009 and premiered on September 30th 2009, performed as a tribute to the soon-to-be-demolished Giants Stadium.

8. You’ve Got It (features Springsteen, Ron Aniello (some combination of bass, keyboards, drums, percussion and/or loops, plus backing vocals), Matt Chamberlain (drums & percussion), Marc Muller (pedal steel guitar), Greg Leisz (banjo, mandola, lap steel), Curt Ramm (trumpet, cornet), Rob Lebret (backing vocals), Clark Gayton (trombone), Stan Harrison (clarinet, alto sax, tenor sax), Ed Manion (tenor & baritone sax) and backing vocals from Ross Peterson and Clif Norrell.).

9. Rocky Ground (among the earliest of the songs written for the new album. Features Springsteen, Aniello (some combination of guitar, bass, keyboards, drums, percussion and/or loops), Charlie Giordano (piano, B-3 organ), Curt Ramm (trumpet, cornet), Clark Gayton (trombone), Stan Harrison (clarinet, alto sax, tenor sax), Ed Manion (tenor & baritone sax), Dan Levine (alto horn, euphonium), Art Baron (euphonium, tuba, sousaphone, penny whistle), Michelle Moore (backing vocal) and the Victorious Gospel Choir. The recording includes excerpts of «I’m A Soldier In The Army Of The Lord», a traditional gospel song performed by Congregation Of The Church Of God In Christ and recorded by Alan Lomax in 1942.).

10. Land of Hope and Dreams’ (features Springsteen, Aniello (some combination of guitar, bass, keyboards, drums, percussion and/or loops), Charlie Giordano (piano, B-3 organ), Curt Ramm (trumpet, cornet), Clark Gayton (trombone), Stan Harrison (clarinet, alto sax, tenor sax), Ed Manion (tenor & baritone sax), Dan Levine (alto horn, euphonium), Art Baron (euphonium, tuba, sousaphone, penny whistle), Clarence Clemons (saxophone solo), Soozie Tyrell (violin & backing vocal), backing vocals from Patti Scialfa, Lisa Lowell and Michelle Moore, and the Victorious Gospel Choir. Steve Van Zandt is uncredited, but clearly audible at times. Written in 1999 for the Reunion Tour and premiered in concert the same year.).

11. We Are Alive ( features Springsteen, Aniello (some combination of guitar, bass, keyboards, drums, percussion and/or loops), Max Weinberg (drums), Charlie Giordano (piano, B-3 organ), Greg Leisz (banjo, mandola, lap steel), Darrell Leonard (trumpet, bass trumpet), Soozie Tyrell (violin) and Patti Scialfa (backing vocal).

12. Swallowed Up (Bonus Track) (features Springsteen, Aniello (some combination of guitar, bass, keyboards, drums, percussion and/or loops), Charlie Giordano (accordion), Rob Lebret (backing vocals), Soozie Tyrell (violin & backing vocal), Patti Scialfa (backing vocal), Lisa Lowell (backing vocal), Ross Peterson (backing vocal), Clif Norrell (tuba & backing vocal), Clif Norrell (backing vocal), Jeremy McCoy (bass violin), Dan Shelly (bassoon) and Mark Romatz (contra bassoon). Included as a bonus track with some editions of the album.).

13. American Land (Bonus Track) features Springsteen, Ron Aniello (some combination of guitar, bass, keyboards, drums, percussion and/or loops, plus backing vocals, percussion and hurdy gurdy), Max Weinberg (drums), Charlie Giordano (piano, B-3 organ & celeste), Rob Lebret (backing vocals), Soozie Tyrell (violin & backing vocal), Ross Peterson (backing vocal), Clif Norrell (backing vocal) and Steve Van Zandt (mandolin and backing vocal) and Art Baron (sousaphone & penny whistle). Included as a bonus track with some editions of the album. Premiered live at Madison Square Garden during 2006’s Seeger Sessions tour.).

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  • Commercially Released: March 6, 2012
  • Produced by: Ron Aniello with Bruce Springsteen
  • Recording Engineer: Ross Peterson, Ron Aniello, Rob Lebret, Clif Norrell, Toby Scott
  • Recorded at: Stone Hill Studio

 

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