Bruce Springsteen - Land Of Hope And Dreams
Land of Hope and Dreams
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William Wolff, Ph. Posters decorate the walls of his office. Vinyl albums await their chance on a turntable. Speakers play folk rock at just the right level to provide a soundtrack to his work. Wolff is also an expert in rhetoric, the art of persuasive speaking and writing. He combines his expertise with his passion by studying one of the greatest living rhetoricians: Bruce Springsteen. Wolff is the editor of Bruce Springsteen and Popular Music: Rhetoric, Social Consciousness, and Contemporary Culture Routledge, , a collection of scholarly essays, looking at the ways that Springsteen presents himself and his music to the world, from a diverse set of disciplines including gender studies, theology and communications.
Almost 25 years to the day, Bruce Springsteen played his first ever Irish Concert, at Slane Castle, and so commenced the beginning of a beautiful friendship with the Irish people, that has continued to this day. Land of Hope And Dreams: Celebrating 25 Years of Bruce Springsteen in Ireland, chronicling his 10 tours and numerous gig appearances that have taken place here, both north and south of the border. In the opening Chapter [Born In The USA] the book takes us back to the planning for Slane and recalls the local community objection to the concert following the trouble at Bob Dylan the previous year.
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After being performed on tour and released on multiple live albums, a studio recording was released for the first time on Wrecking Ball in The song was written prior to the — E Street Band reunion tour , and appeared on the Live in New York City album from that tour. The song's origins date to or early , when it was first written, although the mandolin riff first appeared on the song "Labor of Love" on Joe Gruscheky's album American Babylon that Springsteen played on. I knew I didn't want it to be what it was, but I didn't know I'd made some records over the past years, I made one in '94 that I didn't release.