Today, March 31, is the 28th anniversary of the combo of Bruce Springsteen’s Human Touch and Lucky Town. I don’t know why he released two albums at the same time, but I don’t know why Guns N Roses did it either. Money maybe? I don’t know. But, while Human Touch was the better seller and better acclaimed of the two, my favorite song from this era of Bruce is this one, which I wish I had a copy of me doing it when the Vagabond Saints Society did it a few years back. I don’t have a copy so, I’ll play this version which is pretty cool because Bruce sings a little and then lets most of the E Street Band have a turn. Enjoy!
Until tomorrow, same blog channel…
“We said we’d walk together, baby come what may. That come the twilight, should we lose our way. If as we’re walking a hand should slip free, I’ll wait for you. And should I fall behind, wait for me.” – “If I Should Fall Behind” (Springsteen)