Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J. - Bruce Springsteen

Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J.

Bruce Springsteen

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1973-01-05
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 9
  • ℗ 1973 Bruce Springsteen

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Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J. ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
Blinded By the Light Bruce Springsteen 5:03 USD 1.29
Growin' Up Bruce Springsteen 3:05 USD 1.29
Mary Queen of Arkansas Bruce Springsteen 5:21 USD 1.29
Does This Bus Stop at 82nd Str Bruce Springsteen 2:04 USD 1.29
Lost in the Flood Bruce Springsteen 5:17 USD 1.29
The Angel Bruce Springsteen 3:24 USD 1.29
For You Bruce Springsteen 4:39 USD 1.29
Spirit in the Night Bruce Springsteen 5:00 USD 1.29
It's Hard to Be a Saint in the Bruce Springsteen 3:14 USD 1.29


  • excellent

    By rebelaxe
    classic. You can really hear the youth in his songwriting, I prefer his more mature albums, that being said this is a excellent start.
  • Defines a new era of music

    By Simi Dave
    Well, “new” in 1973. My very first exposure to The Boss was when he graced the cover of Time with Born to Run. I heard that album and immediately went out and bought every album in the lexicon to “catch me up”. His first album actually remains my favorite, largely due to the “raw” nature of a young Springsteen and E-Street band. Lost in the Flood and Mary Queen of Arkansas hearken back to old, blues music - though now with a rock bent on the older genre. IMO, he would not capture this again until Nebraska. It’s over 40 years old, and I’d listen to this any day, which says a lot, since “classic rock” generally bores me.
  • Lost In the Flood

    By KrunchDown
    Superstardom in the 80s with “Born in the USA” turned me off to Bruce when I was a teen. I never heard these early songs then. When I finally heard "Lost In the Flood” it totally floored me. Amazing vocals. "Deep tracks" have always ruled in Classic Rock. Gotta love it.
  • Mastered for iTunes!

    By kpa272
    The sound difference between the needs-to-be-remastered CD and this new MFiT version is pretty great. There's much more separation and clarity, and a lot of the muddiness is gone, which is impressive for a 40-year old album. If being 'Mastered for iTunes' is this effective across other titles, I'm definitely going to look at buying more albums.
  • New Jersey Beach Anthems

    By Uncle Elijah
    This album is full of classic New Jersey beach anthems that show where springsteens music was influenced directly. Its a gem for any collection and a must have for any Springsteen fan! For those of you who wrote wrong reviews saying Springsteen covered "Blinded By the Light", he wrote that song, then Mannfred Mann covered it in 1977.
  • Best Album

    By NMCntryMusicLvr
    People forget Bruce wrote Blinded by the Light. I think this is one of the most underrated albums.
  • joeturbo

    By phishsihp89
    I hope you realize that you are an idiot joeturbo. Bruce wrote Blinded by the light and Manfred man covered the song.
  • Only Springsteen album worth buying

    By KB 18
    Great debut; excellent album. Too bad Springsteen has been bent for decades over Manfred Mann taking Blinded by the Light and making it about 10,000 times better.
  • Awesome!

    By Espeefan
    Raw and visceral. Like Dylan in his early days or even Woody Guthrie. And someone tell joe turbo Springsteen wrote "Blinded by the Light". Manfred Mann is the butcher. Blech!
  • to Mark Stone

    By bob bobblaw
    thank you for introducing me to Bruce at St Cloud State in 1975 . . . . .