While Bruce Springsteen hasn’t leaked too many deets about his 17th studio album, his manager Jon Landau says it has “social overtones” and “a very pronounced spiritual dimension.” And now we know a little about its first single, ‘We Take Care of Our Own.’
Bruce Springsteen's minimalist masterpiece Nebraska turned 30 yesterday.
The album, released Jan. 3, 1982, was a major departure from the vibrant, full-bodied E Street Band sound. Springsteen recorded the album on a four-track portable cassette recorder, delivering sparse, acoustic arrangements that included only acoustic and electric guitar, harmonica, mandolin, organ and light percussion.
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