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Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Bruce Springsteen - "Prove It All Night (Live In Houston, 1978)" [Rock & Alternative]

Prove It All Night (Live In Houston, 1978)

"Prove It All Night (Live In Houston, 1978)" music video by Bruce Springsteen
Added: 18-09-2019
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band - Prove It All Night (Live in Houston, 1978)

Music video by Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band performing Prove It All Night (Live in Houston, 1978). (C) 2010 Bruce Springsteen


"Prove It All Night" is the penultimate song on Bruce Springsteen's fourth studio album Darkness on the Edge of Town, and the first single released from it.

The single gained little traction with Top 40 radio stations, reaching only #33 on the Billboard Hot 100; however it gained considerable play on progressive rock and album-oriented rock radio formats.

 Lyrically the song is similar to other Springsteen numbers such as "Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)" and "Thunder Road". The entire song contains a sense of optimism that the two individuals' quest for love will someday be realized but, at the same time, it seems that the world is closing in on them in that the characters' chances of falling in love are growing more limited as time passes. The song begins with a piano intro played by Roy Bittan. The rhythm guitar work is quite faint, but fits the groove and feel of the song. Following the second stanza is a sax solo which precedes a somewhat intricate-sounding guitar solo by Springsteen. The solo, played quite fast, effectively voices the protagonist's mounting desire to elope.

Tags : 1978, 70s, Bruce Springsteen