Fri 17 Mar 2006
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[For non-German readers: The bird sneezes, the chicken breeder scolds "No! This was NOT funny! Got it?"]
Thu 2 Mar 2006
(From Shore Fire) For immediate release:
Columbia Records will release Bruce Springsteen‘s twenty-first album, ‘We Shall Overcome The Seeger Sessions,’ on April 25. The album features Bruce’s personal interpretations of thirteen traditional songs, all of them associated with the legendary guiding light of American folk music, Pete Seeger, for whom the album is named. Speaking of the origins of the new music, Springsteen said, “So much of my writing, particularly when I write acoustically, comes straight out of the folk tradition. Making this album was creatively liberating because I have a love of all those different roots sounds… they can conjure up a world with just a few notes and a few words.”
Springsteen is planning a short tour in the U.S. and Europe to accompany the release of the album. He will be appearing with most of the musicians who appeared on the CD. Details will be announced separately.