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  1. Melissa Etheridge said in Rolling Stone magazines Greatest Singers Of All Time issue: "When Bruce Springsteen does those wordless wails, like at the end of 'Jungleland,' that's the definition of rock & roll to me. He uses his whole body when he sings, and he puts out this enormous amount of force and emotion and passion.".
  2. "Jungleland" is the closing song on Bruce Springsteen's album Born to Run. It contains one of E Street Band saxophonist Clarence Clemons' most recognizable solos. It also features short-time E Streeter Suki Lahav, who performs the delicate note violin introduction to the song, accompanied by Roy Bittan on piano in the glamrock.granilargardajindforcerunner.infoinfo: Jazz rock, progressive rock.
  3. Song information for Jungleland - Bruce Springsteen on AllMusic.
  4. "Jungleland" is an almost ten-minute long, epic closing song on Bruce Springsteen's classic album Born to Run, and tells a tale of love amid a backdrop of gang violence. It contains one of E Street Band saxophonist Clarence Clemons' most recognizable solos.
  5. Apr 20,  · Discogs: Vinyl, All Those Years. リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。/5(16).
  6. Sep 24,  · Jungleland I believe IS New York City - Bruce's fascinatiion with the big city in his early years is very evident My guess is the Rangers are the police Flamingo Lane sounds like one of those places Bruce fantasizes about, it sounds good, like the characters he creates - kind of like how he took Thunder Road form a poster of an old Robert.
  7. Yet just two years later, when he produced ’s Born to Run — and later, ’s Darkness on the Edge of Town — Springsteen knew who and what he wanted to write about. On those records, the characters were yearning for escape, looking for a way out, trying to make sense of their glamrock.granilargardajindforcerunner.infoinfo: Caryn Rose.
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