Bruce Springsteen - I'm Goin' Down / Janey, Don't You Lose Heart album flac
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|A||I'm Goin' Down
Producer – Steve Van Zandt
|B||Janey, Don't You Lose Heart||3:23|
- Mixed By – Bob Clearmountain
- Producer – Bruce Springsteen, Chuck Plotkin, Jon Landau
- Recorded By – Toby Scott
- Written By – B. Springsteen
NotesManufactured And Distributed By CBS Records Canada Ltd.
|38-05603||Bruce Springsteen||I'm Goin' Down (7", Single)||Columbia||38-05603||US||1985|
|A12.6561||Bruce Springsteen||I'm Goin' Down (12", Maxi)||CBS||A12.6561||Europe||1985|
|BA3350||Bruce Springsteen||I'm Goin' Down (7")||CBS||BA3350||New Zealand||1985|
|BA 3350||Bruce Springsteen||I'm Goin' Down (7", Single)||CBS||BA 3350||Australia||1985|
|CAS 2174||Bruce Springsteen||I'm Goin' Down (12", Promo)||Columbia||CAS 2174||US||1985|
Bruce Springsteen - Born in the . Janey Don't You Lose Heart (Single B-Side - 1985).
We sit in the car outside your house you're quiet I can feel the heat coming 'round I go to put my arm around you And you give me a look like I'm way out o. .
Bruce Springsteen - Janey Don't You Lose Heart.
I'm Goin' Down" is a song written and performed by American singer Bruce Springsteen that was released as the sixth single from his album Born in the . The song is one of several of the album's tracks that he recorded with the E Street Band in May 1982 at the Power Station music studio.
TITLE I'm Goin' Down, Janey, Don't You Lose Heart. Condition Used - Very Good. This item is sold "as-is" and is non-returnable.
Janey Don't You Lose Heart. 5. My Love Will Not Let You Down 6. Cynthia. 7. Darlington County. EP, 1984, Columbia Records, CBS Records. 2. Janey, Don't You Lose Heart.
Single by Bruce Springsteen. from the album Born in the . No music video or remixes were made for the song. I'm Goin' Down - 3:29. Janey, Don't You Lose Heart - 3:23. The B-side of the single, "Janey, Don't You Lose Heart", is a pleasant enough mid-tempo outtake from the latter stages of the Born in the . In 1985 E Street Band newcomer Nils Lofgren made his first recorded appearance with Springsteen, by overdubbing a backing vocal onto the 1983 track (and in doing so wiping those of Steven Van Zandt from the recording).
Janey, don't you lose heart by Bruce Springsteen. You got your book baby with all your fears. Let me honey and Ill catch your tears. Janey dont you lose heart. Till every river it runs dry. Until the suns torn from the sky. Till every feel youve felt burst free. Gone tumblin down into the sea. Listen to me.
Bruce Springsteen then set to work on The Rising, his first full-length studio album to feature the group as a whole since Born in the . Released in July 2002, it was also Springsteen's first album of new studio recordings since The Ghost of Tom Joad. Another successful tour followed, as did the release of Devils & Dust in 2005. Janey Don't You Lose Heart.