I'd already got to five by the time I had reached Human Touch/Lucky Town and here they are:-
It's Hard To Be A Saint In The City
Wild Billy's Circus Story
Meeting Across The River
I don't hate any of the above and there are others that nearly made the list instead but, for today, these are the ones I would choose. I know at least one person reading this who will be aghast at one of my choices and Mike really likes Nebraska. What do the rest of you think?
|Photo by Mike Black taken from NJ. Com - link to story below|
Well Tramps what about this then? For those of us who have already had the good fortune to visit this spot do we now have a great excuse to go again for another picture? Of course we do!
A few weeks ago I mentioned that I had stopped listening to my Bruce Playlist on the iPod and instead I have the whole music library on shuffle. This makes for some interesting combinations especially as it's the whole of the library rather than just my choices. Last week I got Leona Lewis followed by Nickelback. OK I admit it I like Bleeding Love. OK I admit it I like Nickelback.
I get lots of Bruce of course. His albums must make up a good 10% of our total collection. I don't have the bootlegs on the iPod - just the official stuff. I enjoy the lottery of not knowing what I am going to get next but still like it best when I get a Bruce song. Last week, though, I realised I love a Gaslight Anthem track just as much.
Talking of GA there's a great interview with Brian Fallon here. Are we going to like The Horrible Crowes? At least we have something to look forward to in the absence of even a whisper on the Bruce front. Also a good excuse to include a YouTube clip of one of our favourite Gaslight songs.
If you are feeling like something a bit more intellectual and are interested in American economics you can try this blog post with a Bruce mention of course.
And finally this week there's this little ditty. Elaine - Block your ears!