Will this be as grand and crazy as the nights before? Will he mention the passing of Alan Vega? We didn't have to wait long for an answer: Bruce and the band started off with a heartfelt version of Vega's "Dream Baby Dream," intense and haunting. You could feel his pain through every word. It was a lovely tribute, but I couldn't help but wonder if more than 10 percent of the crowd knew the song or knew about the Suicide singer's passing. It just felt a bit too quiet. But those who thought we'd get a sad and dark show after that opener were wrong.

The band was really having fun, laughing and goofing around on stage. It felt like Bruce wanted to celebrate life, walking around on the small stages, shouting "Let's hear some party noises! The odd thing was, it almost seemed like they were the only ones — the crowd was flat, hardly reacting.

Somehow the energy you normally get from the band and crowd interacting wasn't there at all. It didn't seem to bother the band, but it did make the show feel a bit odd and sometimes a bit unbalanced. After all the uptempo songs it was nice to slow down a bit with a lovely "Independence Day," which got a great intro about the relationship between parents and their kids, but after that it was back to another party song with "Hungry Heart.

While Max was still drumming after "Out in the Street," it was time to collect some signs. Bruce held off on "American Skin 41 Shots " he left the sign on the small stage and would play the song later in the showand he showed us "Cover Me," too, but he decided to collect another one first.

Probably because he'd seen a sign he loved, but also to go easy on Max: "I gotta give him a break. You see, Max doesn't only play songs, he plays in between songs as well. Which he doesn't get paid extra for…. Another highlight was another tour premiere, the lovely summer song "Frankie," for a sign made by Danish fan Bodil who was there with her daughter. Not sure what key to play it in, the band had to restart the intro.

Bruce smiled — "So far the band isn't doing that good. What key? Let's try again! It wasn't the last time the E Street Band was challenged in Horsens. Nils had some trouble coming up with the lines for "Darlington County" after the Boss decided to drink some beer and handed him the mic. We got some extra "sha la laas" before Bruce spat out some beer and rescued Nils by taking the mic again.

And later on Bruce decided to test the band after he took a sign for "Follow That Dream. Almost all the lights on stage went out after the regular set, showing Bruce with his guitar in the air, staring quietly at the audience for what seemed like minutes before going into a roaring "Backstreets.

The audience went wild which didn't happen very oftenand Max gave us all he had and a little more during his solo. As one of the signs in the audience read, Max is definitely born to drum.

After Bruce and Steve messed up the lines during "Ramrod" they where laughing so hard they couldn't singit was time for "Dancing in the Dark. Then, after a fun "Shout," the band waved goodbye, leaving Bruce on stage for a heartwarming "Thunder Road. You could see him smile after they roared "and that's all right with me," and you could softly hear him say, "That's good.

For the full setlist and reports from this and other recent shows, see our Setlists page - July 21, - Hannet Johannes reporting - photographs by Steven Strauss. The dusty, sun-scorched field is an ancient chariot racing arena damn, years older than the Colosseum! Some things never change. As a group of smartly clad Italians stride out on stage we have our first inkling that something extra special — extra spiritual — is going to happen tonight.

It's a string section. Then the goosebumps come. I feel mine first, then see the rest; an old fella in front of me shivers, his bronzed skin coated in teeny tiny bumps and raised hairs as Roy plays those first few bars. The crowd? It's the perfect setting, Bruce realizes, grabbing an early sign, to wing a sketchy yet infectious tour premiere cover of Eddie Cochran's "Summertime Blues.

The crowd, unlike Milan this year frenzied, manic, amazing and Rome pushy pushy, eager, amazing strikes the balance between crazy-energetic, chilled, and, well… amazing. As the likes of "Sherry Darling" and "Jackson Cage" are belted out underneath the pinky moonlit sky, it's clear we're all in for a big old sing song. And what's better than "Boom Boom"? Bruce grants the sign request props to the cut-out, Telecaster-shaped cardboard that he opts for a little jam onand the crowd shakes its ass to the track, which has us, and the entire E Street line-up, grinning.

Bruce is in the mood for sign requests, and better yet, there's some good ones. Up next is a Motor City skyline and the hastily scrawled words "Detroit Medley. A particularly furious "Death to My Hometown" has the crowd going wild with jabbing hands and full-pelt singing. Okay, shouting. It was definitely shouting. Then the E Street Band leaves the stage, and the lights dim to an eerie green. Can we handle another "Serenade"-level surprise? The crowd holds its breath for "The Ghost of Tom Joad," arguably the most captivating performance of the night.

Haunting, spellbinding. It's followed up with a gorgeous version of "The River," the audience relishing the chance to sing the falsetto back at Bruce as the track ends — he's clearly struck by the effort — before he signals for that "Point Blank" intro.

And we're silenced — again — by a chilling, intense, poetic take on another River favorite. The men and women around me shake their heads at the effect of this power trio, "Mio Dio" my god whispered around me as we try F.T.G. (2) - Rage (CD take it all in. Hell, we all know that feeling. Another sign soon grabs him: "My mom's favorite song," it reads, before Patti slow dances over to Bruce at the center mic for a smoldering rendition of "Tougher Than the Rest.

A spectacular "Drive All Night" has the crowd hypnotized and hushed — yet again — for the entire track. It's rounded off with a run of barely audible, husky whispers from Bruce. Cue tears. Sure, avid set list watchers will have come to expect it by now, but "Because the Night" was remarkable, the lights flashing black and white and heads furiously nodding as Nils delivered his blistering guitar solo, working the crowd into an absolute no-holding-back cheering frenzy.

Nils steps up again for an extended intro on "Land of Hope and Dreams. The change is subtle, the tempo ever so slightly slowed, but this version feels raw and even more emotion-packed than usual. Circus Maximus obliges. Surely we're in for the obligatory heavy-hitting closers now? Not before the encore starts with a blinding "Jungleland," which is delivered to a — you guessed it — silent, appreciative crowd. Noise comes, in cheers and applause, following Jake's sax solo, when Bruce turns his back to the audience and gives his bandmate a hug.

Another dancing frenzy's next: a solid "Born in the U. They're humored with points and smiles, but the main dancers this evening are with the E Street Band — one for Garry, a year-old boy for Max, another for Stevie. Bruce opts for a year-old woman whose cardboard reads, "65 soon, dance with me before it's too late! Shortly after, "Shout" works the crowd into a mental Dad-dancing-style party. As for those spiritual experiences that have taken place in Rome's Circus Maximus?

For the full setlist and reports from this and other recent shows, see our Setlists page - Updated July 18, - Hannah Summers reporting Hanna writes a burger- and Springsteen-inspired blog over at burgersandbruce. We'll keep you posted and appreciate your patience in the meantime. The connections between Vega and Bruce Springsteen might seem improbable, but critics saw the similarities between "State Trooper" and Suicide's "Frankie Teardrop" around the release of Nebraska.

Springsteen and Vega met back in the late '70s, when they were both recording at the Power Station. Bruce was working on The Riverand Vega was working on the second Suicide record. They were introduced by Ric Ocasek of the Cars, who was producing Vega. I said, 'Bruce, let's go and get a drink,'" Vega told Backstreets in I'll play it at my funeral.

Eddie writes, "My mission to Australia is twofold. To raise money and awareness for Parkinson's disease and its related illnesses, and to rekindle a spirit of goodwill, love and peace between two sister cities Ocean Grove, Victoria and Ocean Grove, New Jersey who share so much history together.

Visit lightofdayaustralia. And bon voyage, Ed! Checking-in with his alter-ego, Thomas DaGato, Long Gone Daddy chronicles the comic misadventures of being a stay-at-home father.

Gallo's semi-autobiographical play also wrestles with the memory of his own Dad, a former fireman, and the existential question, "When does a father earn the right to be called Dad?

Earlier this year, our friends at Print Mafia created an E Street enamel pinwhich still available from from printmafia. Now they're offering another cool one — freezing, even.

Walk pretty with their new 10th Avenue enamel pin. If Monday's fuse-blowing Paris concert demonstrated for the first time on this tour the magnetic energy generated from combining the intimacy of a typical American arena with the the signature passion of a European crowd, the second AccorHotels Arena show tested what would happen when these fans were finally treated to the first-ever full album performance of The River in Europe. After much begging, cajoling, pleading, screaming, and yes, even praying on the part of the European fan contingent, it was well worth the wait.

The concert opened with an equally rare occurrence: the first performance in Europe the third ever in the world, and only the second with the E Street Band of "Iceman. They kept the rarities coming with "Lucky Town," which was once again capped with a fiery Boss guitar solo. And then, it was time for the main event. When Springsteen revealed in a little speech — in French, no less —that The River would be played in its entirety for Paris, the crowd erupted with a deafening ovation of sheer joy.

As many fans have made clear since this European leg began, they've been waiting years for the opportunity to see one of Bruce's greatest albums performed in full. It felt like all of the anticipation and hoping and dreaming was released in a rush of excitement Album) the opening chords of "The Ties That Bind," and this ceaseless enthusiasm was sustained through the final notes of "Wreck on the Highway. Their starved desire for these tracks makes even more sense considering how rarely a lot of them have been played in Europe since the original River Tour 35 years ago: "Stolen Car," never since ; "Wreck on the Highway," one time solo ; "Fade Away," three times.

The entire crowd responded in a way that made it feel like they understood the special significance of this evening. Everyone from the pit to the upper deck looked and sounded engaged from beginning to end, rarely allowing the energy to wane enough even to sit down — the first two sides of the record were basically a non-stop sing-along, jump-along, and chant-along party — while always remaining deadly silent for the ballads.

Many fans clearly bought tickets for this River Tour to hear The Riverand not only its greatest hits: the whole place bellowed the lyrics to "Jackson Cage"; applause greeted the opening chords of "Stolen Car"; "The Price You Pay" elicited a decibel-busting level of crowd participation that rivaled "Badlands"; and the entire arena respectfully applauded through the final coda of "Wreck on the Highway.

Bruce brought back a lot of the same stage blocking from the American leg, including a "Hungry Heart" crowd surf that was way slower than normal — it seemed the handlers in the pit wanted to pass Bruce back and forth to give everyone a chance to touch the Boss.

Rock 'n' Roll… in the name of rock 'n' roll! All together the evening felt like one long ecstatic catharsis. Tears, hugs, kissing, jumping, clapping, singing, chanting, smiles, all plentiful throughout. More than any other show on this tour, the concert actually felt the most like the first time The River was played in its entirety way back in at Madison Square Garden.

Since the crowd knew this wasn't a nightly occurrence, a special vibe of overwhelming elation was in the air. Judging from the rousing standing ovation that greeted the album's conclusion, their lofty expectations were exceeded, and then some. With the exception of a story-less performance of "Growin' Up" — the only sign request of the night — the rest of the night felt predictable and a little rushed; the set-ending "The Rising" literally went directly into the encore-opening "Born in the U.

But after The Riverany other song was just gravy for this crowd. These fans had finally gotten what they had been waiting so long to hear — what more could they ask for? Paris will only enhance the legendary status of the "grass-mowing, fuse-blowing, legendary E Street Band's" full album River performances "Ramrod" also included a bevy of references to fuse-blowing by Bruce and Stevieand I'm sure all of the European fans not in Paris will be chasing it for the remainder of the tour.

Gothenburg 3? Zurich for the final European stop? They can only pray…. For the full setlist and reports from this and other recent shows, see our Setlists page - July 14, - Steven Strauss reporting - photographs by Rene van Diemen. Bruce arrived to a city that was stuck in between the heartbreak of a national soccer team loss and the celebration of a historical revolution. Bruce took the stage alone and greeted the crowd.

Comment allez-vous? Tres bien," he said, before taking a seat at the piano. In soft purple and turquoise lighting he fumbled around for a few chords before settling into a nearly ten-minute "Incident on 57th Street. The applause in AccorHotels Arena was overwhelming as Bruce played the gentle outro and the band took the stage.

Bruce's solo "Incident" was the first of several in the set that leaned towards the intimate and the emotional. Springsteen reached for some unusual selections that could be heard to address the troubling news back home in the U. The instrumental bridge had the floor jumping and Bruce dancing in the center cutout, silhouetted against a dark stage. Workhorse "Badlands" kept the crowd's blood pumping, with Bruce shuffling to the back of the stage to point at some familiar faces dancing wildly on the first row.

And the songs about faith and hope in dark times continued: "Fella outside the hotel today lost his wife recently," Bruce said. With the shrill sound of his harmonica, standing in a single spotlight on an otherwise dark stage, Bruce played "Nebraska" — performed at only one other E Street Band show sinceat Belfast ' Despite the rare dips into Nebraska, this was most certainly a River show: the set featured 15 songs in total from the tour's eponymous album, and for a stretch it seemed like they might play the whole thing.

The band had a little trouble finding all the right instruments for "Jackson Cage. He stopped during "Hungry Heart" to shake the hand of a young girl on her father's shoulders, and he pulled another fan up onto the walkway for a lengthy hug during "I'm a Rocker" while the band continued to play. The intimacy would continue with the River album standouts "Point Blank" — with Roy bathed in hard purple and red light and the silhouette of Bruce whispering tenderly to the audience — and "Drive All Night,"featuring a booming Jake Clemons saxophone solo.

Bruce turned his affection towards Patti Scialfa for a duet on "Tougher Than the Rest," serenading his wife on the harmonica to close the song.

After the main set, which brought us out of the valley with "The Rising" and "Land of Hope and Dreams," Bruce came to the mic and hushed the crowd.

He turned his back and held his guitar over his head while Roy and Soozie started "Jungleland. Little did he know, his words would prove inauspicious. For the second time in just over four years, the E Street Band was too much for the Parisian power grid, and the lights and sound failed mid-song.

The crowd went wild as the band kept right on playing, with lighting equipment crackling and sputtering overhead. Bruce, with a bewildered look on his face, led everyone to the front of stage to dance and play. The only sound that could be heard from the band were the drums and the occasional faint hint of saxophone. The crowd filled the void with chanting and wild cheering as Bruce and the band marched their way onto the floor.

Charlie and Nils picked up accordions to join the procession and try to be heard by the nearby crowd at least. Overhead speaker loops were calling for evacuation, but the fans refused to leave.

By the time the band had made its slow circuit of the pit, the stage was crawling with techs trying to figure out what was going on. The band circled around for an impromptu meeting on stage, Bruce and Patti laughing and gesturing at one another.

Bruce asked to borrow a fan's sign and wrote his own request on the back — for five more minutes — and held it up for the crowd. Bruce, Patti, and Jake sat down on the front of stage and started signing autographs while Garry tossed water bottles to fans in the crowd.

Annie Leibovitz even took to the stage and started snapping candid photos of the mayhem. When the lights finally returned, the band performed a quick, second sound check.

Bruce took the microphone after what had been about a minute intermission. Is it fuse-blowing time? Bruce wasn't finished having fun with the band's misadventure. Bruce took a moment to reflect on the evening before a solo acoustic "Thunder Road.

What a great night," he said, "Electricity is on. It's off again. It's on. It's off. Nothing stops the mighty E Street Band. Thanks for sticking in with us. For the full setlist and reports from this and other recent shows, see our Setlists page - July 12, - Andrew Telesca reporting - photographs by Rene van DiemenLucas Girard 6,9 and Geoffrey Robinson 7,8. My heart stopped and took a leap toward what was going to be a good night!

At noon the doors opened. A little struggle and a mad dash, but we — my husband, my "Bruce hubbie," and myself — found a good clear spot in the right pit next to the center barrier. We had to wait ten hours before Springsteen was going to put a foot on stage — as Werchter's TW Classic is a festival, we had other bands like Simply Red and Lionel Richie first — but faith will be rewarded. The Werchter Classic has a tight schedule, but Bruce proved who's the Boss: he and the E Street Band took the stage ten minutes before their scheduled 10pm showtime, to maximize the length of their set.

They opened with a strong "Prove It All Night," and the crowd went crazy! Even my husband went crazy — this was his first Springsteen show. After "Prove It," it looked like Springsteen was in a hurry to give 65, attendees as many songs as possible in their alloted time. Though scheduled for a two-and-a-half hour slot, Bruce and the band not only started ten minutes early but went 15 minutes long, bringing it closer to three hours.

Fans held out their hands, and Bruce took it like a big, warm hug. Jake's sax was like a warm blanket. Bruce always has a lot of interaction with the crowd, but this felt particularly special. Someone handed him a drink —like fuel for a great night — and he even managed to get 65, people absolutely pin-drop quiet. It was magical. There were multiple sign-selection moments, and after "Spirit" Bruce picked out "Thunder Road" for a rare mid-set performance. I think the lucky ones can agree on this.

How lucky can you get! We have all seen the news or read about the terrible things happening in America, so "American Skin 41 Shots " [ video ] was very powerful. While Bruce was singing, Jake Clemons was standing in the back with his hands held up high. The crowed followed. Goud van oud: 36 All-Time Eighties Classics. Ultimate '80s Movie Soundtrack. Driving Music 3. Chris Tarrant's Millennium House Party. Mastermix: Flashback — Rainbow Rave Up! Only Fools and Horses: The Album.

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Sailors, men and buccaneers: Black Night - DCromok* the hooker's knife- For a lady with a juicy clam is not quite worth your life. We sing to you a song quite true of the night we nearly lost Our rigging boots, our swords and guns, our jewels and our cocks.

We tossed aside our guns, our swords, our axes and our blades After all, we hail from Oddwood! Why should we be afraid? The skillful whores had us engorged, relaxed and then subdued And began their matronly attack whilst we were in the nude.

T'was halfway through a lovely screw when we first saw the gleam Of this portly gypsy's scimitar as she charged us with a scream With a crash we leapt to action- and dodged her for our lives But before the bitch could stab us Castle jizzed into her eyes!

The floozies had us cornered with our own damn swords and guns whilst our asses backed against a wall painted in cum As the girls closed in on us- we had but one choice left To bone our way through all these gals- and give them all the shaft! In a blur of pubes and chest hair, the beaver bashing banged Through the hefty and the skinny, every chick was wanged!

We scampered to exit and although we dodged their trap- The following day, we're sad to say we all had caught the clap. Berzerker Drink their blood and eat their hearts, disfigure skin and bones Kill them all and take no prisoners, slash their lungs and throats!

Fill our goblets with the wine that flows out from their veins Terrorize their mortal souls and piss on their remains! Fuck their women, raze their homes, spread immorality Take their treasure, for our greed, our duplicity Make them pay for nothing more than standing in our way Ostracize their thoughts and dreams and piss on their remains, Berzerker!

Burn their village, mutilate, violate and curse Open up their heads with hammers, show them what they're worth Gold and jewels, magic rings, and swords of long-lost reigns Mesmerize their daughters while we piss on their remains! Oddwood Building Things Petty Theft It all started on a summer night, at a shady seaside saloon A man walked in, sat down at our table and he told us the story that was the basis of this tune. Now we'd never seen his face before, but since he just came to port, We decided that we should hear him out; he seemed a trustworthy sort.

Well, the governor's gold was being moved, you see, and was loaded on his ship! The man only wanted a small cut for his trouble, he said, "Just a little bit. We decided when we'd go, and also where we'd meet; the job's execution would be beautiful. Let's Rock! We slithered up the plank, then down into the hold We tore that place apart, but not one coin of gold!

We looked at one another; we all thought the same thing How could this have happened? What were we to do? Somebody talked, who found out, who, who!? We've been sold out! It must have been! We've been betrayed! For a group like us this should be child's play!

How could we have been trapped by these blundering buffoons?! A knock comes to the door! One voice, two voice, three voice, four! And they have something to say! Put your weapons down! You're outnumbered, you haven't got a chance, stand down! Tonight we teach you a lesson! Tonight we spill your guts! We don't care if you don't believe us, but this is how it all went down! We flayed those pompous sons of whores, and sacked their fucking town! If you hold your tongues, you'll get to keep them in your throats, And if you try to fight you'll be murdered on this boat!

And when we're through with you, we'll fucking ravage all your lands! We'll beat your bloody corpses with your children's severed hands! We stomped off to our places, all around the room They looked at one another, oblivious to their doom! We all looked at each other, we then began to shout They mustered up their arms, they thought they had a chance, One, two, three, four, time to fucking dance!

We hacked and we slashed; fought our way back home! Never found the treasure, but their blood's as good as gold! We burned the dead men's carcasses and made out with their wives, And to this very day that was the best damn day of our lives!

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  1. "Black Night" is a song by British hard rock band Deep Purple, first released as a single in June and later included on the 25th Anniversary version of their album, Deep Purple in Rock. It became a hit following its release, peaking at No. 2 on UK charts, and B-side: "Speed King" (UK), "Into The Fire" (US).

  2. Blackmore's Night. Legendary Deep Purple and Rainbow guitarist Ritchie Blackmore (b. April 14, , Weston-super-Mare, England) shifted his musical focus away from hard rock in the late '90s and started concentrating on his love of Renaissance-era music. He formed Blackmore's Night with his fiancée, vocalist/lyricist Candice Night (b.

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  5. Blackmore's Night. Profile: Fairy Folk and Medieval band from UK, created in by Ritchie Blackmore (guitarist of Deep Purple & Rainbow) and his wife Candice Night. They usually perform together with. Earl Grey Of Chimay: Bass, Rhythm Guitar. Squire Malcolm Of Lumley: Drums, Percussion. Bard David Of Larchmont: Keyboards, Background Vocals.

  6. AllMusic. Black Is the Night: The Definitive Anthology is a 2-CD, career-spanning compilation album by the British rock band the Damned, released on 1 November It collects tracks from most of the band's studio albums between and , as well as selected non-album singles and B-sides. It also includes the new track "Black Is the Night".

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