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Queen & Bruce Springsteen: What Would Happen If?

William K. Mahler 11/27/02

To truly understand Brian May's and Bruce Springsteen's guitar work,
one must be Brian May and Bruce Springsteen and a therapist!!!! In all
actuality their work is a 360 degree range of life transformed into art via
the fingers of Brian and Bruce. I am referring to one solo that I have in
mind. Queen's "I Want It All" the CD version, not the Greatest Hits. The
last notes after Freddie sings "Ooh I want it all" Brian splendidly
enrapture my ears with emotion in full spectrum. You'd have to hear it. The
guitar solo which is really rhythms with John and Roger no note for note
soloing for the most part captures the back and forth of a relationship,
father to son. Brian has a unique ability to translate emotion into his
guitar. Bruce Springsteen's "Adam Raised A Cain" and "World's Apart" serve
as excellent guitar lead solos. Bruce's poignant Nebraska and The Ghost Of
Tom Joad CD's also sum up Bruce at his studio best. Santana can, Edward Van
Halen did with "Eruption" but Brian of whom I have listened to since I was
at least 8 years old in this reality has consistently provided his outlet to
the masses without compromise when he plays in the studio. "Let Me Entertain
You" from the We Will Rock You live DVD has that grinding like a buzz saw
sound that (I haven't heard everyone in this lifetime of reality) wasn't big
until G-N-R and Metallica started to make the headlines. I am sure there
were others but no one I can think of currently.

Queen and Springsteen's E Street Band are just two bands that I own the
entire collection along with a small but diverse set of bootlegs. Could you
imagine the quality of music Roger and Brian would have today if they were
to collaborate with Bruce Springsteen as a lyricist and a musical
counterpart? The Wild, The Innocent & The E Street Shuffle, Darkness On The
Edge Of Town, The Rising, Born To Run meets Queen II, News Of The World, A
Day At The Races, The Game, A Night At The Opera and The Miracle meets Back
To The Light and Fun In Space circa 2003? Queen Storytelling: Bohemian
Rhapsody, My Fairy King, Long Away, It's Late, My Melancholy Blues, Fat
Bottomed Girls, The Prophets Song, In Only Seven Days, Spread Your Wings,
Under Pressure, Sail Away Sweet Sister, The Show Must Go On just to mention
a few. Rockers from Bruce: Blinded By The Light, Spirits In The Night, The
E Street Shuffle, Night, Candy's Ro

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Posted: 01 Dec 04, 21:59 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Oh you sneaky bastard, you!