Human Touch
Human Touch

Human Touch
Soul Driver
57 Channels (And Nothin´ On)
Cross My Heart
Gloria’s Eyes
With Every Wish
Roll Of The Dice
Real World
All Or Nothin´ At All
Man’s Job
I Wish I Were Blind
The Long Goodbye
Real Man
Pony Boy

Preformed by:
Roy Bittan, Michael Fischer, Bobby Hatfield, Mark Isham, Randy Jackson, Bobby King, Douglas Lunn, Ian McLagen, Sam Moore, Tim Pierce, Jeff Porcaro, David Sancious, Patti Scialfa, Bruce Springsteen and Kurt Wortman.
Recorded at: A&M Studios Los Angeles.
Recorded by: Toby Scott.
Mixed by: Bob Clearmountian.
Produced by: Bruce Springsteen, Jon Landau, Chuck Plotkin and Roy Bittan.

My rating on this album is: 5.
 The best song are:
1: Roll Of The Dice
2: Man’s Job
3: I Wish I Were Blind

Released in the US: March 31st 1992.

Some info: Human Touch and Lucky Town were released as two separate records. Bruce didn’t do like Guns ´n´ Roses when they released Use Your Illusion vol 1 and 2. He thought that this was better. It nice to hear him sing a song for his son Evan James (Pony Boy). The recording took place from 1990 and ended in autumn 1991. Roy Bittan went in as producer on a request by Bruce. He also wrote “Real World” och “Roll Of The Dice” together with Bruce. The tour that followed started in Stockholm (Globe Arena).

"Drinkin' champange on ice (Roll Of The Dice)", "Lovin' you's a man's job baby (Man's Job)"