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Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band – Greatest Hits (2009)

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01. Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)
02. Born to Run
03. Thunder Road
04. Darkness on the Edge of Town
05. Badlands
06. Hungry Heart
07. Glory Days
08. Dancing in the Dark
09. Born in the USA
10. The Rising
11. Lonesome Day
12. Radio Nowhere

Personel:
Bruce Springsteen - lead vocals, guitar, harmonica, piano, synthesizer, glockenspiel
Roy Bittan - piano, keyboards, accordion, backing vocals
Clarence Clemons - tenor and baritone saxophones, pennywhistle, backing vocals, percussion
Nils Lofgren - guitar, slide guitar, accordion, backing vocals
Patti Scialfa - vocals, acoustic guitar
Steven Van Zandt - guitar, mandolin, backing vocals
Garry Tallent - bass
Max Weinberg - drums
with
Soozie Tyrell - violin, backing vocals, percussion, acoustic guitar
Charles Giordano - organ, accordion, synthesizer
Jay Weinberg - drums (substitute during part of 2009 tour)

 

This Sony release is essentially the Bruce Springsteen greatest-hits set that appeared earlier in 2009 as a Wal-Mart exclusive -- setting off a mini storm in the media about whether or not the pro-union Springsteen should have any dealings at all with the non-union Wal-Mart company -- with three tracks, "Long Walk Home" (from 2007's Magic) and live versions of "Because the Night" and "Fire," added to the end of the sequence. Columbia's 18-track Greatest Hits set from 1995 probably does a better job of charting through the commercial, radio-ready side of Springsteen's career, but the addition of the live tracks here strengthens this collection and makes it feel like a much broader and more rounded portrait than the original Wal-Mart issue was. The truth is, Springsteen has so many great songs that it is probably impossible to put out a single-disc greatest-hits set that would please everyone, but this one essentially does it's job -- you've heard all of these songs on the radio. ---Steve Leggett, AllMusic Review

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