Bruce Springsteen Vinyl, CD & tapes by Bruce Springsteen at Norman Records

Has anyone ever had a go at totting up the amount of times Bruce Springsteen has sung about streets and roads? Probably not, given that it would be a pretty mammoth undertaking. You see, the one they call The Boss has used the words liberally and oft...read more »

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Bruce Springsteen
Nebraska

Following the commercial and critical respect afforded to The River, particularly the chart success of ‘Hungry Heart’, Bruce Springsteen wrong-footed everybody with the slate-grey and downbeat Nebraska in 1982. Recorded as 4-track demos with the intention of recording them with the E Street Band, The Boss had a change of heart and decided to release them in their skeletal forms. One of the most surprising acts by a star on a major label in pop history. 
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18 Tracks

The self-explanatorily titled 18 Tracks was originally released in 1999, aimed at Bruce Springsteen’s more casual fanbase. It was a condensed version of the previous year’s Tracks box set, but notably included ‘The Promise’, an unreleased fan favourite dating back to 1978’s Darkness On The Edge of Town. Now, it arrives as a double-vinyl package. 
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Western Stars – Songs From The Film

Bruce Springsteen released his 19th album, Western Stars in 2019. He also made a film bearing the same name. Western Stars - Songs From The Film features live performances of all the tracks from the studio album plus a cover of Glen Campbell’s Rhinestone Cowboy. His band for the live performances is backed by the heft of a full orchestra. 
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Bruce Springsteen
Springsteen on Broadway

Der-ner-ner derrrr ner-ner-ner, on Broooooadwaaaaay! Unfortunately this new collection from The Boss doesn’t feature a cover of the classic ‘60s paean to Manhattan, but Springsteen On Broadway makes up for it by featuring plenty of Bruce. Taped at his 2017-2018 run at NYC’s Walter Kerr Theatre, this collection is a masterful retrospective from a man ageing more gracefully than most. Springsteen chats and croons his way through some of his hits from down the years. Occasionally his wife Patti Scialfa turns up to accompany him.

Bruce Springsteen
Western Stars

You’re not The Boss of me, now! And you’re not so big! Except you are, because you’re Bruce Springsteen.* Western Stars finds bossman Brucie back from Broadway and turning in another set of paeans to The Common American. ‘Hitch Hikin’’, ‘Tucson Train’ and ‘Sleepy Joe’s Cafe’ are the sort of things he could have called his tracks at any point in his discography. Sounds like a Bruce Springsteen album, though a bit mellower and more wistful than some of his previous efforts. *On a side note - why do people call Springsteen ‘The Boss’ anyway? If he’s meant to be on the side of the working man, why does he consistently side with management? Surely it couldn’t be that dear Bruce licks boots? [editorial note: Bruce has said in the past he does not like the name because he dislikes bosses and I will not stand idly by while his good name is dragged through the dirt.]

Bruce Springsteen
The Ghost Of Tom Joad

The Ghost Of Tom Joad by Bruce Springsteen was originally released in 1995. It shifted a lot of units and won a best album Grammy. It is also one of his good albums, his best in a decade, according to Rolling Stone magazine. Rage Against The Machine recorded a version of the title track on their covers album Renegades. Remastered from the original analogue tapes, LP on Columbia.

Bruce Springsteen
Tunnel Of Love

Tunnel Of Love by Bruce Springsteen was originally released in 1987 and is highly regarded by critics and fans alike. Whilst not credited on the album, members of his regular backing band, The E Street Band, such as Nils Lofgren, Clarence Clemons and Patti Scialfa do play on the album. The Boss did play more than his usual fair share of the tracks alone, however, using drums machines and synths. Contains the hit Brilliant Disguise. Remastered from original analogue tapes, 2LP set on Columbia.

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Dream Baby Dream

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Bruce Springsteen
American Beauty

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Bruce Springsteen
High Hopes

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Wrecking Ball

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Wrecking Ball (Live)

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The Promise

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Bruce Springsteen
Working On A Dream

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