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  • The River is the fifth studio album by Bruce Springsteen, released on October 17, on Columbia kindkihulisxotergnassnensfandiameallea.coinfosteen's sole double album, The River was produced by Jon Landau, Springsteen and bandmate Steven Van Zandt.. Rolling Stone ranked it at number on their list of the greatest albums of all time.
  • CADILLAC RANCH is a song written by Bruce Springsteen and released on his album The River. The above lyrics are for Bruce Springsteen's album version of CADILLAC RANCH in Bruce Springsteen - Topic 25K subscribers.
  • Arabian Nights (2) Around and Around (7) As Long as I (Can Be With You) (2) Atlantic City () Cadillac Ranch by Bruce Springsteen. Facts. Total Plays times by 16 Artists; From the release The River (Album) First Played in Concert September 26, by Bruce Springsteen at Clair Brothers Audio, Lititz.
  • - Bruce Springsteen, September Bruce Springsteen's albums were thematically linked even if they were not strictly concept albums; so some tracks that didn't fit the theme of the album ended up orphaned, not necessarily because they didn't meet his high standards, but because, he says, they didn't fit in with the tone or themes he mined.
  • The Cadillac Ranch is an art object in a wheat field near Amarillo, Texas. It comprises 10 Cadillacs half-buried with their hoods in the ground. "James Dean in that Mercury '49" is a reference to the film "Rebel Without A Cause" where the character of Dean drives a Mercury.
  • "Cadillac Ranch" is a song written by Bruce Springsteen that was first released on Springsteen's album The River. In it was released as a single in Europe, backed by "Be True" in France and by "Wreck on the Highway" in the UK.
  • Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Bruce Springsteen - Cadillac Ranch at Discogs. Complete your Bruce Springsteen collection/5(29).
  • The Cadillac Ranch is a collection of 10 Cadillacs buried hood-first in a wheat field near Amarillo, Texas. Visitors are allowed to add graffiti to the cars, which are considered works of art. This is one of many early Springsteen songs featuring cars. Some others were " Thunder Road," "Backstreets," and "Racing In The Street.".