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Bruce Springsteen - Streets Of Philadelphia MP3 FLAC

Bruce Springsteen - Streets Of Philadelphia MP3 FLAC
Performer:
Bruce Springsteen
Album:
Streets Of Philadelphia
Style:
Folk Rock, Theme, Pop Rock
Released:
1994
Country:
Europe
Label:
Columbia
Catalog:
COL 660065 2, 660065 2
FLAC size:
1372 mb
MP3 size:
2643 mb
WMA size:
1061 mb


Tracklist


1Streets Of Philadelphia
Mixed By – Bob ClearmountainProducer – Bruce Springsteen, Chuck Plotkin
3:48
2The Big Muddy4:34
3Growin' Up3:26
4If I Should Fall Behind4:42


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
660065 7Bruce Springsteen Streets Of Philadelphia ‎(7", Single, Sma)Columbia660065 7UK1993
660065 2Bruce Springsteen Streets Of Philadelphia ‎(CD, Maxi, Promo)Columbia660065 2Sweden1994
660065 7Bruce Springsteen Streets Of Philadelphia ‎(7", Single, Lar)Columbia660065 7Europe1993
noneBruce Springsteen Streets Of Philadelphia ‎(VHS, Single, Promo, PAL)ColumbianoneUK1994
38-77384Bruce Springsteen Streets Of Philadelphia ‎(7")Columbia38-77384US1993


Credits


  • Photography By [Cover]Neal Preston
  • Written-ByB. Springsteen


Notes


Thin jewel case.

On front cover:
Music from the Motion Picture Philadelphia

On inlay:
Track 1: Taken from the Epic Soundtrax release: Philadelphia (Music From The Motion Picture)
Uncredited: Tracks 2 to 4 are recorded live and taken from the SMV In Concert / MTV Unplugged

Track #3 has an incorrect time of "3:13" printed on the artwork, actual time should be "3:26" as corrected above.
Track #4 has an incorrect time of "4:11" printed on the artwork, actual time should be "4:34" as corrected above.

Track 1: Bruce Springsteen
Tracks 2 & 4: Bruce Springsteen Music
Track 3: Bruce Springsteen Music/RAMROD MUSIC

© 1994 Sony Music Entertainment Inc./"Columbia" is the exclusive trademark of Sony Music Entertainment Inc./Distribution Sony Music

On disc:
The Copyright In This Sound Recording Is Owned By Bruce Springsteen
Original Sound Recording Made By Bruce Springsteen
℗ 1992, 1993 (track 1) Bruce Springsteen

Made in Austria.


Barcodes


  • Barcode (Text): 5 099766 006529
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5099766006529
  • Label Code: LC 0162
  • Price Code (Boxed): CB 608
  • Other (Format code boxed): CD-MS
  • Other (Manufacturing code): 01-660065-14
  • Rights Society: SACEM SDRM SACD SGDL
  • Rights Society: BIEM
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): 01-660065-14 13 A3 [DADC Austria logo]
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): 01-660065-14 13 B4 [DADC Austria logo]
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3): 01-660065-14 13 B5 [DADC Austria logo]
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 4): 01-660065-14 13 A9 [DADC Austria logo]
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 5): 01-660065-14 13 A8 [DADC Austria logo]
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 6): 01-660065-14 13 A2 [DADC Austria logo]


Companies


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Bruce Springsteen
  • Copyright (c) – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
  • Distributed By – Sony Music
  • Published By – Bruce Springsteen
  • Published By – Bruce Springsteen Music
  • Published By – Ramrod Music
  • Glass Mastered At – DADC Austria – 01-660065-14


Video


  • Bremar
BIG TIME kudos to Bruce Springsteen (and an Oscar to boot) for recording the one song that could have altered his careet forever. Although gay/lesbian/transgender rights were already prevalent and in most metropolitan areas of the US the topic was no longer taboo, Bruce - the iconic example of white Midwest USA - took a really big chance and recorded a deeply moving, profound piece about the horrible discrimination that a gay man potentially faces on a day to day basis. And he did it from a first person point of view... meaning that Bruce risked being labeled as gay because he sung the song from the point of view of a gay man. That probably wouldn't be an isssue with most recording artists just because the entertainment industry is probably the largest proponent of gay rights simply by having gay men and women in power positions and in front of the camera. But Bruce is one of the few artists with the exception of maybe John Mellencamp, who potentially could have lost a huge fan base by taking the risk he did. Instead, they stuck with him. And hopefully if they weren't already, a lot of fans opened their eyes and saw gay men and women from a different perspective - one they could identify with. Thanks Bruce.