‘Springsteen on Broadway’ album to be released; first single out now

Springsteen broadway album


Bruce Springsteen, shown in “Springsteen on Broadway.”

Bruce Springsteen has announced a Dec. 14 release date for Springsteen on Broadway, the audio version of his mostly one-man show (Patti Scialfa is featured on two songs) that has been running for more than a year. It will be available as two CDs or four vinyl albums, as well as digitally.

The last show is on Dec. 15, and the film version, also titled “Springsteen on Broadway,” debuts on Netflix Dec. 16 at 12:01 a.m. PT (3:01 a.m. ET).

The album (to be released on the Columbia label) and the Netflix special feature the same performances. To pre-order the album, visit smarturl.it/springsteenbway.

You can listen to the album’s first single, “Land of Hope and Dreams” — which is currently available, digitally — below. There is no dialogue, except for Springsteen saying “Thank you … please, be seated,” at the end.

Also below is a promotional video for the album.

Here is the track listing.

The cover of the album, “Springsteen on Broadway.”

“Growin’ Up”
“My Hometown”
“My Father’s House”
“The Wish”
“Thunder Road”
“The Promised Land”
“Born in the U.S.A.”
“Tenth Avenue Freeze-out”
“Tougher Than the Rest” (with Patti Scialfa)
“Brilliant Disguise” (with Patti Scialfa)
“Long Time Comin’ ”
“The Ghost of Tom Joad”
“The Rising”
“Dancing in the Dark”
“Land of Hope and Dreams”
“Born to Run”

The other songs performed at least once during the run — “This Hard Land,” “Long Walk Home,” “Two Hearts” and “Living Proof” — are not included on the album.

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