Bruce Springsteen’s ‘Born in the U.S.A.’ is his seventh studio album recorded with his E Street Band and released on June 4, 1984 by Columbia.
Track Listing : 1.Born In The U.S.A. (Bruce Springsteen) – 04:40 . 2.Cover Me (Bruce Springsteen) – 03:27 . 3.Darlington County (Bruce Springsteen) – 04:48 . 4.Working On The Highway (Bruce Springsteen) – 03:13 . 5.Downbound Train (Bruce Springsteen) – 03:35 . 6.I’M On Fire (Bruce Springsteen) – 02:40 . 7.No Surrender (Bruce Springsteen) – 04:00 . 8.Bobby Jean (Bruce Springsteen) – 03:48 . 9.I’M Goin’ Down (Bruce Springsteen) – 03:29 . 10.Glory Days (Bruce Springsteen) – 04:15 . 11.Dancing In The Dark (Bruce Springsteen) – 04:04 . 12.My Hometown (Bruce Springsteen) – 04:34
Musicians : Bruce Springsteen – Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar, Acoustic Guitar . The E Street Band – Band . Roy Bittan – Piano, Synthesizer, Background Vocals . Clarence Clemons – Saxophone, Percussion, Background Vocals . Danny Federici – Organ, Glockenspiel, Piano On (1) . Garry Tallent – Bass Guitar, Background Vocals . Steven Van Zandt – Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Harmony Vocals . Max Weinberg – Drums, Background Vocals . Richie “La Bamba” Rosenberg – Background Vocals On (2 – 7) . Ruth Davis – Background Vocals On (12)
Production : Produced By Jon Landau, Chuck Plotkin, Bruce Springsteen, Steven Van Zandt . Bob Clearmountain – Mixing . John Davenport – Assistant Engineer . Jeff Hendrickson – Assistant Engineer . Bruce Lampcov – Assistant Engineer . Bob Ludwig – Mastering . Bill Scheniman – Engineer . Toby Scott – Engineer . Billy Straus – Assistant Engineer . Zoe Yanakis – Assistant Engineer
Package : Andrea Klein – Art Direction . Annie Leibovitz – Photography
Recorded January 1982 – March 1984 At The Power Station & The Hit Factory, New York.
Released On June 4, 1984 By Columbia.
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