Bruce Springsteen, “Only the Mighty Are Alive” will be released on November 11

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    ROME, September 29 – Fifteen great songs reinterpreted by Bruce Springsteen: “Only The Strong Survive” (Columbia Records/Sony Music) released on November 11, President’s highly anticipated 21/o album, celebrates the music and legend of the Motown and Gamble catalogs Whaf and Stax. Inside, the unmistakable voice of Bruce Springsteen, the musical contributions of The E Street Horns, chord arrangements by Rob Mathes, and backing vocals by Soozie Tyrell, Lisa Lowell, Michelle Moore, Curtis King Jr. and Dennis Collins and Fonzi Thornton. The song “I Forgot To Be Your Lover” will be enriched by Sam Moore’s voice. The first single from the new music project is “Do I Love You (Actually I Love You)”, translated and originally written by Frank Wilson. On Video directed by Thom Zimni. “I wanted to make an album on which I sing and that’s it – Bruce Springsteen comments – and what better music, to do all this, if not the American repertoire of the ’60s and ’70s? I was inspired by Levi Stubbs, David Reuven, Jimmy Reuven, Snowman Jerry Butler, Diana Ross, Dobby Gray, Scott Walker, and others. And I have tried to do justice to them all and to all the wonderful authors of such wonderful music. My goal is to allow contemporary audiences to experience the beauty and joy of these songs, as I have since the first time I heard them. I hope you listen to them as much as I loved making them.” On a video message from Bruce Springsteen about the new album being produced at Thrill Hill Recording in New Jersey and produced by Ron Aniello, with Rob Lebret as sound engineer and John Landau as executive producer. “Only The Strong Survive” comes two years after “Letter To You” (2020), which debuted at number one on the Fimi/Gfk best-selling album and vinyl chart and was certified platinum in Italy. 2023 will see a return on Bruce Springsteen Road and The E Street Band, with a string of dates in the US and Europe, including Italy, which has so far sold more than 1.6 million tickets. (Dealing).

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