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The rising: from lament to joy!

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“I'd like this emotional ground covered or that emotional ground covered. What's the rest of the story?" It is Bruce Springsteen who tells Jon Pareles about his new album ‘The Rising’ which earmarks his unity with E Street band and dedicated to the American people who are leading their furious lives after the shocking 9/11 attacks.

After the 9/11, it was as if all singers had gone dumb. It was the lament for the office goers, air travelers, fire fighters and the cops who had lost their lives on that Black Day in the history of US.

The condemnation was silent in the hearts of the American people and it was necessary to bring out those feelings aloud. Here was Bruce who had come up with an album so that people take a step ahead and overcome the fear of terror strike that had marred th e lives of many people.

Bruce had 15 songs in the album which was filled with a lot of emotions and love for the people. Bruce had always dedicated and written his songs in the awake of ongoing issues in the country or the world and sometimes it was his support or opposition that recited the story by means of lyrics hidden in the rhythmic songs. It was the anxiety that made him write songs for the people.

The album provides a relief to the listeners without entering into the dark rooms of sadness and furiousness. One of the songs, “I want a kiss from your lips/ I want an eye for an eye” has a lot of depth and would be felt by the people who have lost their close friends in the terror attack.

The backlash of 11th September saturates the songs in the album, not in terms of chauvinism but only stories from the individuals. The songs do have a grievous background in the form of lyrics but shall bring out an equal and more amount of love and pleasure.

The E Street band had always assured hope and durability in their songs and with this new album ‘The Rising’, had maintained dignity with Max Weinberg’s vibrant drum beats, Garry Tallent’s bass lines and a group playing three guitars and two keyboards along with Clarence Clemon’s soul-band saxophone.

By FW Editor


Tags: album, singer, america



Category: Celebrities  - ( Celebrities Archive)

Date Added: 19 April '10


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