Bruce Springsteen – The Ghost Of Tom Joad - 1995 Acoustic Folk Rock - Audiophile Bernie Grundman Sealed LP
Bruce Springsteen – The Ghost Of Tom Joad
Columbia – C 67484
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo
Issued with printed inner sleeve with lyrics and credits, cat. # 88985460171.
Includes MP3 download coupon from We are vinyl, cat. # 88985460171I1, and We are vinyl download hype sticker, cat. # 1RAW10600S1, affixed to shrink.
Mastered At – A&M Mastering Studios
Lacquer Cut at – Bernie Grundman Mastering
Pressed By – GZ Media – 164311E
Lacquer Cut By – CB
Mastered By – Dave Collins
Barcode and Other Identifiers
Barcode (Scanned): 889854601713
Barcode (Text): 8 8985-46017-1 3
Reissue of The Ghost Of Tom Joad, with 25 Madison Avenue address on jacket back.
Oct 26, 2018
Folk Rock, Pop Rock
A1 The Ghost Of Tom Joad
A2 Straight Time
A3 Highway 29
A5 Sinaloa Cowboys
A6 The Line
B1 Balboa Park
B2 Dry Lightning
B3 The New Timer
B4 Across The Border
B5 Galveston Bay
Recorded and mixed at Thrill Hill.
Mastered at A&M Mastering Studios, L.A.
Bruce Springsteen followed his muse on this haunting 1995 release. Perhaps that's why it barely made a dent in the marketplace, even while it thrilled the faithful who were willing to take another dark, Nebraska-like journey with him. It's abundantly clear that Springsteen had been soaking himself in the work of John Steinbeck and Woody Guthrie during the writing of The Ghost of Tom Joad, but their combined influence is found on more than just the title track. It's all over these windblown songs (including the haunting "Dry Lightning" and "the seminal "Youngstown") and their hard-scrabble protagonists. Not the Boss's biggest record, but certainly one of his best. --Michael Ruby
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