Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Musicalia: Happy Bruce Springsteen Day!

With the latest Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band album hitting the streets today, it makes sense to throw a little something up here today. Don't you fret though, despite the musical nature of this post, there will still be a Prick Tunes entry today. Bruce and the Boys (and Girl) were the only guests on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon this past Friday and they performed a song on Monday as well, and while it's likely you've already seen this all, it is certainly worth seeing again, particularly the raucous blow out that was "The E Street Shuffle"--a legitimate holy shit performance.

On Monday's show last week, they busted out "We Take Care of Our Own," the album opener...

...and then they took a run at the title track.

Moving on to Friday, here is "Jack of All Trades," the fourth track off of the brand new album Wrecking Ball.

Next up is the song that directly follows "Jack of All Trades" on Wrecking Ball but actually preceded it on the show, "Death To My Hometown" featuring Tom Morello on foot-stomps (and guitar).

And finally, what follows is the otherworldly performance of "The E Street Shuffle," the lead and semi-titular track from the classic album The Wild, The Innocent & The E Street Shuffle.

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