Genre: Pop Rock
Label: Columbia
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,

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Bruce Springsteen The Ghost of Tom Joad LP

Bruce Springsteen

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SKU:
COLLP60171
UPC:
889854601713
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1995 acoustic album featuring seven solo and five band tracks!

Somber and startlingly hushed, Springsteen’s first primarily acoustic set since Nebraska was no less unflinching or dark. Framed/inspired by its title character, it serves as a parched, narrative-driven consideration of poverty, immigration and the brittle troubles of Americans and Mexicans in the Southwest.

Features:
• Vinyl LP
• Limited time download code

Selections:
Side One:

1. The Ghost Of Tom Joad
2. Straight Time
3. Highway 29
4. Youngstown
5. Sinaloa Cowboys
6. The Line
Side Two:
1. Balboa Park
2. Dry Lightning
3. The New Timer
4. Across The Border
5. Galveston Bay
6. My Best Was Never Good Enough

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