Although Bruce Springsteen's huge body of work has had its highs and its not so highs, there is one distinct period within his career that remains, almost inarguably, his most creative, consistent, and satisfying. We talk of course of the trilogy of albums he released between 1978 and 1982, comprising Darkness On The Edge Of Town, The River and Nebraska.
Without doubt the most iconic music artist to have emerged since the end of the 1960s, Bruce Springsteen is also amongst the most successful, consistent and hard working men in show business. And while his most recent work might not quite match the almost unsurpassable quality of the records he made in his heyday, his live performances are as dynamic as ever and his reputation as one of the most decent guys in the business is way intact. This two disc set provides an informative, enlightening and downright entertaining look at the man who has meant so much to so many for so long.