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Junglelander

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About Junglelander

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  • Birthday 04/05/1985

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    Stockton's Wing
  • Springsteen fan since?
    1998ish
  • Does Mary's dress wave or sway?
    Sways
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    Male

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  1. Power of Prayer is my favorite off of the album. Rainmaker is my second favorite followed by I’ll see you in my Dreams. Not a fan of House of a Thousand Guitars at all
  2. With the exception of a handful of people in here that I have have the privilege to interact with, I’ve noticed that there are some very toxic people on here. Not all but most. It’s honestly the reason I don’t come to the lake very often anymore. If anyone on here makes one single mistake, they are out to crucify them with their own demented idea of justice. Like this whole twitter deal. Should home boy have said what he said on an official twitter account? Absolutely not. But he apologized. Some say damage done and he needs to step down and they are entitled to their opinions but Jesus Chris
  3. In the Live 75-85 version of Cadillac Ranch, when he sings “There to greet a working man”, for the longest time as a younger child, I didn’t hear anything that resembled English. I heard “ A Mikeo a Japan”
  4. Sounds like lyrics to something he would have written in the early 70’s
  5. The sax in The Power of Prayer reminded me of Loose Ends some
  6. I also posted my review on another thread before seeing this. It’s a great album
  7. A friend of mine got his hands on it and invited me over this morning and surprised me with it. Here are my thoughts: One Minute You’re here: The song starts off with a picking acoustic reminiscent of “Blood Brothers”. Bruce’s vocals are soft and finishes off each phrase with “One minute you’re here. Next minute you’re gone”. The song sounds like it would have fit on “Devils and Dust”. Pretty short song. I’m not sure I would have had it as an opening track but hey, it’s not my album. Letter to You: We’ve all heard it. Moving on Burnin
  8. I loved Tucson Train but Moonlight Motel was the highlight for me.
  9. I hear a “We take care of our own” feel. I love it but not as much as I love “Letter to you”
  10. I remember talking with Jake (I cant remember his name in here) and he was talking with Joe Grushecky and Joe’s phone lit up during the conversation from Bruc stating he would be at Joe’s show later that night.
  11. Shit got tense there for a second lol
  12. Perhaps he is speaking to someone who isn’t amongst the living anymore?
  13. I thought I remember if reading somewhere that during the 90s period he had an overdrive pedal on constantly and maybe that combined with a compressor with little to no bass?
  14. Anyone else hear call backs to “Loose Change”? I hear other songs Like LOHAD, LT, and something from WS, but that one sticks out at the forefront to me.
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