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  1. ‘Not Fade Away’ Soundtrack Features Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan + More

    Coming to select theaters on Dec. 21 is ‘Not Fade Away,’ a story about New Jersey teenagers who, inspired by seeing the Rolling Stones on television in 1964, form a band. The film, which was written and directed by ‘Sopranos’ creator David Chase, features a soundtrack comprised of many rock and rhythm-and-blues classics, and was put together by Steven Van Zandt. The soundtrack will be available on Dec. 18.

    Not surprisingly, two Stones songs,’Tell Me’ and ‘Parachute Woman,’ are included, as is Bob Dylan‘s ‘She Belongs to Me.’ Period hits by the Moody Blues, Rascals, Left Banke, Van Morrison and the Small Faces are also on the soundtrack.

    The blues that inspired the Stones is also on display, with such legends as James Brown, Leadbelly, Bo Diddley, Robert Johnson and Johnny Burnette making appearances. Another song, ‘Dust My Broom’ by Elmore James, was performed by Brian Jones the night in 1962 he met Mick Jagger and Keith Richards at London’s Ealing Club.

    In addition, six songs by the fictional band, the Twylight Zones, are included, with stars John Magaro and Jack Huston contributing their own vocals to the tracks, which were produced by Van Zandt. The music was performed by Van Zandt and fellow E Street Band members Max Weinberg and Garry Tallent, with their old friend Bobby Bandiera of Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes.

    Van Zandt, who is the movie’s executive producer, said, “David Chase realizes that in film, like Bruce Springsteen in music, the more detailed, accurate, and nuanced the personal vision, the more compelling the work ends up being. Helping David realize his vision was one of the most satisfying projects of my life.”

    'Not Fade Away’ Soundtrack Track Listing

    ‘There Was a Time’ – James Brown

    ‘Tell Me’ – the Rolling Stones

    ‘Ride On Baby’ – the Twylight Zones*

    ‘Bo Diddley’ – Bo Diddley

    ‘Bo Diddley’ – the Twylight Zones

    ‘Subterranean Homesick Blues’ – the Twylight Zones*

    ‘Parachute Woman’ – the Rolling Stones*

    ‘Go Now’ – the Moody Blues

    ‘Time Is on My Side’ – the Twylight Zones

    ‘Dust My Broom’ – Elmore James

    ‘I Ain’t Gonna Eat Out My Heart’ – the Rascals

    ‘Good Morning Blues’ – Leadbelly

    ‘Train Kept A Rollin’’ – Johnny Burnette & the Rock N’ Roll Trio*

    ‘Train Kept A Rollin’’ – the Twylight Zones

    ‘Pretty Ballerina’ – the Left Banke

    ‘Down So Low’ – Mother Earth

    ‘Itchycoo Park’ – the Small Faces

    ‘Me and the Devil Blues’ – Robert Johnson

    ‘The St. Valentine’s Day Massacre’ – the Twylight Zones

    ‘T.B. Sheets’ – Van Morrison

    ‘Some Velvet Morning’ – Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazelwood

    ‘Bali Ha’i’ (From South Pacific) – Original Motion Picture Cast

    ‘Road Runner’ – the Sex Pistols

    ‘Pipeline’ – the Twylight Zones

    ‘She Belongs To Me’ – Bob Dylan

    Digital Bonus Track: ‘Surgical Supply Jingle’

    LINK: 105.7 The Hawk

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    Official Movie Site: Not Fade Away

  2. Hi Brad, yes it's been a while. I've contracted bladder cancer which was diagnozed in April.

    Next month I'll have to undergo the third surgical operation, followed by chemotherapy.

    My gf and family are giving me great support

    and the chances for full healing are not too bad either.

    So to all you good songfactors, take care and

    I hope to see you maybe some time next year.

    P.S. I miss all of you.

    I haven't had the pleasure of posting with you, but I wish you all the best. Stay strong.

  3. She usually checks in about once a day. She may not be someone who posts for no reason (like me) but she's always around. Her last online was November 3rd. I hope she's okay, B-D is really nice.

    Hey Rayzor! Thanks so much for being concerned. I'm doing ok. Had a few family emergencies prior to Sandy and then she hit. We made it through fine where I am. Lost power for a few days and had very little damage to the property. The coast really took a beating though and when I see pictures I am so sad. But it will come back again. Again, thanks for your concern. I really appreciate it. :)

  4. 1. Caught Up In You - 38 Special (1982)

    2. Hell Is For Children - Pat Benatar (1981)

    3. Gypsy - Fleetwood Mac (1982)

    4. Beware My Love - Paul McCartney & Wings (1976)

    5. Take Me Back - Bryan Adams (1983)

    6. Love Walks In - Van Halen (1986)

    7. Whammer Jammer - J. Geils Band (1972)

    8. Something So Strong - Crowded House (1986)

    9. Walking On Broken Glass - Annie Lennox (1992)

    10. Youth Gone Wild - Skid Row (1989)

  5. There was a time frame that Bruce did avoid his "radio hits" but I don't think that's the case anymore. The last show I saw in September, he did play some rarities which I love as well as the hits. But as you can see from the setlist from Friday night in Ottawa, he played Hungry Heart, Dancing In The Dark and Glory Days (all radio hits). I've heard pretty much everything off Born In The USA over the years. But...he has yet to play the song 'Born In The USA' this tour.

    Ottawa -10/19/2012

    1. The Promised Land

    2. Ties That Bind

    3. No Surrender

    4. Hungry Heart

    5. We Take Care of Our Own

    6. Wrecking Ball

    7. Death To My Hometown

    8. My City Of Ruins

    9. Spirit In the Night

    10. E Street Shuffle

    11. Jack Of All Trades

    12. Prove It All Night (1978 intro)

    13. Candy's Room

    14. Darlington County

    15. Shackled and Drawn

    16. Waiting on a Sunny Day

    17. Drive All Night

    18. The Rising

    19. Badlands

    20. Thunder Road

    21. Queen of the Supermarket

    22. We Are Alive

    23. Born To Run

    24. Glory Days

    25. Dancing in the Dark

    26. Tenth Avenue Freeze-out

  6. I just saw Bruce at MetLife Stadium on 9/21 and he performed Hungry Heart. As usual he had the audience sing the beginning of the song but then he sang the rest of the song. He did encourage audience participation along with him for the chorus though, but that's just what Bruce does. I never took this as him not wanting to perform the song. In fact he completely got into it and jumped down into the audience during it and seemed to have a blast doing so.

  7. 1. I'll Be There For You - Bon Jovi (1989)

    2. Have You Ever Needed Someone So Bad - Def Leppard (1992)

    3. Soul Doctor - Foreigner (1993)

    4. Tender is the Night - Jackson Browne (1983)

    5. Uptown Girl - Billy Joel (1983)

    6. I'm Into Something Good - Herman's Hermits (1964)

    7. Sweet Virginia - The Stones (1972)

    8. Spanish Caravan - The Doors (1968)

    9. Rag Doll - The Four Seasons (1964)

    10. When I Get Through With You - Patsy Cline (1962)

  8. 1. Just Another Night - Ian Hunter (1979)

    2. When I'm President - Ian Hunter (2012)

    3. When The Daylight Comes - Ian Hunter (1979)

    4. It's Raining Again - Supertramp (1982)

    5. Moment In Paradise - ELO (1998)

    6. Far Behind - Candlebox (1993)

    7. All I Want Is You - U2 (1988)

    8. Pink - Aerosmith (1997)

    9. There's Only One - Graham Nash(1971)

    10. You've Got Another Thing Comin' - Judas Priest (1982)

  9. 1. Pink Cadillac - Bruce Springsteen (1984)

    2. Silver Springs - Fleetwood Mac (1977)

    3. Georgia - Boz Scaggs (1976)

    4. When Will I See You Again - The Three Degrees (1974)

    5. You Haven't Done Nothin' - Stevie Wonder (1974)

    6. Candida - Dawn (1970)

    7. Boogie Oogie Oogie - Taste Of Honey (1978)

    8. Rockin' All Over The World - John Fogerty (1975)

    9. Shameless - Garth Brooks (1991)

    10. You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby - Bobby Darin (1961)

  10. 1. Do Ya - Electric Light Orchestra (1977)

    2. Foolin' - Def Leppard (1983)

    3. Just The Same Way - Journey (1979)

    4. Far Behind - Candlebox (1993)

    5. Take The Highway - Marshall Tucker Band (1973)

    6. Shout At The Devil - Motley Crue (1983)

    7. You Belong To The City - Glen Frey (1985)

    8. That Old Black Magic - Ella Fitzgerald (1961)

    9. Move It On Over - Del Shannon (1965)

    10. If You Wanna Get to Heaven - Ozark Mountain Daredevils (1974)

  11. 1. A Girl Like You - The Smithereens (1989)

    2. Questions 67 & 68 - Chicago Transit Authority (1969)

    3. Panama - Van Halen (1984)

    4. Something To Believe In - Poison (1990)

    5. Fire Lake - Bob Seger (1980)

    6. Head First - The Babys (1979)

    7. Next To You - The Police (1978)

    8. Rocker - AC/DC (1976)

    9. Hip To Be Square - Huey Lewis & The News (1986)

    10. Jessie's Girl - Rick Springfield (1981)

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