Dancing In The Dark
Born In The U.S.A.
Streets Of Philadelphia
This Hard Land
Mike Appel, Roy Bittan, Ernest Carter, Clarence Clemons, Danny Federici, Randy Jackson, Nils Lofgren, Lisa Lowell, Gary Mallabar, Frank Pagano, Jeff Porcaro, David Sancious, Patti Scialfa, Bruce Springsteen, Garry Tallent, Soozie Tyrell, Steve Van Zant and Max Weinberg.
Recorded at: Studio 914 Blauvelt New York, The Record Plant, The Power Station, The Hit Factory and Thrill Hill Recording.
Recorded by: Toby Scott, Louis Lahav, Jimmy Iovine, Neil Dorfman and Mike Batlin.
Mixed by: Bob Clearmountian, Toby Scott, Chuck Plotkin and Jimmy Iovine.
Produced by: Bruce Springsteen, Jon Landau, Chuck Plotkin, Mike Appel, Roy Bittan and Steve Van Zant.
My rating on this album is: 5.
The best songs are:
1: Glory Days
2: This Hard Land
3: Blood Brothers
Released in the US: February 27th 1995.
Some info: Bruce was recording the album "The Ghost Of Tom Joad" but thought that he needed a break and at the same time Jon Landau thought that he should make a Greatest Hits album. Bruce liked the idea and looked at what songs that were going to be at the album. He discovered that there had to be a couple of new songs and he had to record them the E Street Band. Even Little Steven war invited. "Blood Brothers" was recorded in many versions before the right one came out. Songs that were recorded but not released were “Without You” and “Back In Your Arms Again”. "Murder Incorporated" war recorded during the “Born In The USA” sessions in 1982 “ This Hard Land" is also recorded in 1982 but war recorded in a new and better version in the winter 1995 and war released on Greatest Hits.