That is the key line from "Jack of All Trades" the song that I immediately went back to for a second listen after going straight the album in track order. Bruce also writes in this song "We'll start caring for each other, like Jesus said we might" and it isn't the only reference to Jesus on this album. It would be a stretch to call this Bruce's gospel album, but not much of a stretch. I have always felt that one of the strengths … more
"Wrecking Ball" is Bruce Springsteen's finest album in a long time. Each track moves me in a different way. The late great Clarence Clemons plays the saxophone on the track "Land Of Hope And Dreams". This song is a reminder that all people are united together in the spirit of friendship and brotherhood. Clarence plays the sax for only about one minute, but his sound is so distinctive. He makes this song special. The first single off this album is "We Take Care Of Our … more
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