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Game over. The Boss covered the Bee Gees: (Original Post) Raine1967 Mar 2014 OP
oh my goodness that was fabulous! Flaxbee Mar 2014 #1
I have goosebumps! Raine1967 Mar 2014 #2
That's one guy who knows how to live. n/t Tom_Foolery Mar 2014 #3
like charlie parker said, "It's the stories..." mulsh Mar 2014 #4
I almost didn't listen. Brigid Mar 2014 #5
Some day I just want to sit next to Bruce for a few minutes. progressoid Mar 2014 #6
+1 MissMillie Mar 2014 #7
Not a fan of Springsteen, but... CanSocDem Mar 2014 #8


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1. oh my goodness that was fabulous!
Thu Mar 20, 2014, 06:31 PM
Mar 2014

I love both Bruce and the Bee Gees, too.

But this - is incredible. Thanks so much for posting - have sent the link out now to dozens...

Edited to add: in a perfect world, Clarence would be there on sax... though this guy does a great job, too.


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5. I almost didn't listen.
Fri Mar 21, 2014, 12:00 AM
Mar 2014

I thought "The Boss covering the Bee Gees? Are you kidding me?" But I should have known -- he nailed it!



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8. Not a fan of Springsteen, but...
Fri Mar 21, 2014, 11:30 AM
Mar 2014

...a huge fan of the Bee Gees. Especially the 'Saturday Night...' album. That 'the boss' can convince me he gets it is testament to the great music and lyrics, that I think has been buried by the irrational distaste for Disco.

Do another one, do another one!!!


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