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The Ghost of Tom Joad is the eleventh studio album and the second acoustic album, by American recording artist Bruce Springsteen. The album was released on November 21, 1995, through Columbia Records. The album was recorded and mixed at Thrill Hill West, Springsteen's home studio in Los Angeles, California. Following the 1995 studio reunion with the E Street Band and the release of Greatest Hits, Springsteen's writing activity increased significantly
The Ghost of Tom Joad" is a folk rock song written by Bruce Springsteen. It is the title track to his eleventh studio album, released in 1995. The character Tom Joad, from John Steinbeck's classic 1939 novel The Grapes of Wrath, is mentioned in the title and narrative. Originally a quiet folk song, "The Ghost of Tom Joad" has also been recorded by Rage Against the Machine and Junip.
Springsteen wrote this as a rock song to complete the 1995 Greatest Hits album. Not liking the result, he set it aside and used it on his acoustic album a few months later. The album has a focus on storytelling. The music is minimal and simply supports the stories. Springsteen performed this for the first time at Neil Young's Bridge School Benefit concert in 1995. I am not a casual Bruce Springsteen fan – I am a big Bruce Springsteen fan," Morello told Rolling Stone. And 'The Ghost of Tom Joad' is one of his best songs. It cuts to the core of his social-justice writing. This version starts as a plaintive ballad, which feels like a lament, and becomes a full-bore rocker that feels like a threat. Speaking to NPR correspondent Ann Powers, Bruce said the High Hopes version of the song was his "original realization of i.
In the spirit of Nebraska, Bruce Springsteen strips down his sound (though not always to barebones acoustics) and tells tales of people disenfranchised by the widening gap between rich and poor. The characters are people on society’s margins, working in the shadows and struggling to get by. The title track is a masterstroke, a touching portrait of a modern-day John Steinbeck character; one can hear Bruce reach back to Woody Guthrie. For Straight Time, an ex-con with a new wife and kids ponders the pull of his previous life. Youngstown speaks from the soul of a despairing coal miner in the.
Features Song Lyrics for Bruce Springsteen's The Ghost of Tom Joad album. Bruce Springsteen - The Ghost of Tom Joad Album Lyrics.
|1||The Ghost Of Tom Joad||4:23|
|9||The New Timer||5:45|
|10||Across The Border||5:24|
|12||My Best Was Never Good Enough||2:00|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Bruce Springsteen
- Copyright (c) – Bruce Springsteen
- Distributed By – Sony Music
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Printed): 5 099748 165022
- Barcode (Scanned): 5099748165022
- Price Code: CDE
- Other (Manufacturing code): 42-481650-10
|COL 481650 2, 481650 2||Bruce Springsteen||The Ghost Of Tom Joad (CD, Album)||Columbia, Columbia||COL 481650 2, 481650 2||Europe||1995|
|COL 481650 1||Bruce Springsteen||The Ghost Of Tom Joad (LP, Album, Unofficial, Blu)||Columbia||COL 481650 1||Unknown|
|C 67484||Bruce Springsteen||The Ghost Of Tom Joad (LP, Album, RE)||Columbia||C 67484||US||2018|
|COL 481650 2, 481650 2||Bruce Springsteen||The Ghost Of Tom Joad (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Columbia , Columbia||COL 481650 2, 481650 2||Europe||1995|
|COL 481650 8, 481650 8||Bruce Springsteen||The Ghost Of Tom Joad (MD, Album)||Columbia, Columbia||COL 481650 8, 481650 8||USA & Canada||1995|