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Wednesday, October 02, 2019

Bruce Springsteen - "The Fever (Live In Houston, 1978)" [Rock & Alternative]

The Fever (Live In Houston, 1978)

"The Fever (Live In Houston, 1978)" music video by Bruce Springsteen
Added: 02-10-2019
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band - The Fever (Live in Houston, 1978)

Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band performing "The Fever" from Live in Houston '78

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"Fever For The Girl", the legal published title of “The Fever", was written by Bruce Springsteen in late 1971, as evidenced by a dated lyric sheet, titled "(I Got The) Fever For The Girl" on display at the Hard Rock Cafe, Sydney, Australia.

"The Fever" was recorded in a special session at 914 Sound Studios, Blauvelt, New York on Wednesday, May 16, 1973, in just one take. The musicians were Bruce Springsteen, Danny Federici, Garry Tallent, Clarence Clemons, and Vini Lopez. No additional work for this day was notated in studio logs, nor was any during the recording sessions for Springsteen's second album The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle, or any future recording sessions since. It was not included in any of the proposed album sequence lists or included on the album.

In late 1975, Steve Van Zandt, feeling bad about leaving his friend John Lyon alone to run the band they created, the Asbury Jukes, agreed to be their manager, get them a recording contract, and produce an album. He came through on all these commitments, even though, until January 1976, he was on tour with the E Street Band. He also asked his friend Bruce Springsteen to help out by donating two of his compositions to the effort, “You Mean So Much To Me” and “The Fever”. Springsteen, excited by the idea, created special arrangements, including a duet for “You Mean So Much To Me” for Southside and Ronnie Spector. The songs were played live on May 30, 1976 at the Stone Pony, Asbury Park, New Jersey, at a party thrown by Epic Records, and broadcast by ten stations in the northeast and midwest. Springsteen joined the Jukes for their final encore, "Havin' A Party". The album, "I Don't Want to Go Home", was released on June 7, 1976. 

Tags : 1978, 70s, Bruce Springsteen

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