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Bruce Springsteen Western Stars

Bruce Springsteen releases There Goes My Miracle off Western Stars

by Paul Cashmere on May 17, 2019

in News

Bruce Springsteen has released ‘There Goes My Miracle’, the second song from his upcoming ‘Western Stars’ album.

The song is a throwback to the 60s California pop songwriting style of Jimmy Webb or Burt Bacharach. This sound would not be out of place in a Glenn Campbell album.

The ‘Western Stars’ album is a solo album for Springsteen although he recently said that the next E Street Band is well underway. Bruce’s last album of original songs was ‘Wrecking Ball’ in 2012.

The all-star cast credited to ‘There Goes My Miracle’ is:

Synthesizer, Timpani: Jon Brion
Drums: Gunnar Olsen
Shaker, Tambourine: Lenny Castro
Background Vocal: Michelle Moore
Background Vocal: Matthew Koma
Trumpet: Curt Ramm
Trumpet: Barry Danielian
Trombone: Clark Gayton
Conductor: Scott Tibbs
Other: Sandy Park
Violin: Lisa Kim
Violin: Hyunju Lee
Violin: Joanna Maurer
Viola: Shmuel Katz
Viola: Rebecca Young
Cello: Alan Stepansky
Engineer, Producer: Ron Aniello
Engineer: Rob Lebret
Engineer: Ross Petersen
Engineer: Toby Scott
Mixing Engineer: Tom Elmhirst
Assistant Engineer: Joe Visciano
Mastering Engineer: Bob Ludwig

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