I've often said about Bruce Springsteen, he's not the best singer or instrument player. But like Bob Seger and Billy Joel, damn he can write songs. From The Valley's dark overtones of youthful mistakes and examination of human temptation in I'm on Fire, he's a modern day poet with an incredible muse.
While I was surfing YouTube, I found this live version of Youngstown, looking at a routine theme of his songs, the post industrial age in America. Brooding and heavy, but still awesome. Enjoy and have a great weekend.