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The first part of the album is filled with songs that really didn't make the cut with good reason.
With a couple of exceptions (I'd name Seaside Bar Song and Trouble River as the two) the songs all work, and some of them rank with Bruce's best.
Although the whole collection is great, if you're a Bruce Springsteen fan, I really bought the CD for one song only--"The Fever".
The "Boss" does it again. Can he ever make a bad album? Terrific songs, great performances.. What else can you expect from the greatest performer??Published 14 months ago by Frederick OBrien
It's been years since I'd heard "the fever" and it's just as incredible as I remember it. the other tracks are fine, too.Published on April 6, 2013 by Maria Casey
I usually love all springsteen music but was not exactly thrilled with this CD. I do occasionally listen to it but not like the others.Published on January 6, 2013 by Colleen R. Welch
This item got five stars because it is the perfect cd for country music that I have not heard in awhile.Published on January 3, 2013 by Michael Zappolo Jr.
Joshua Lawrence Breslin comment:
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