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Bruce Springsteen - Sad Eyes Album

Bruce Springsteen - Sad Eyes Album
Sad Eyes
Bruce Springsteen
Classic Rock
COL 666884 1
MP3 album size:
1184 mb
FLAC album size:
1173 mb


1Sad Eyes
Producer – Chuck Plotkin, Jon Landau, Roy BittanRecorded By – Toby Scott


  • Art DirectionSandra Choron
  • Artwork By [Illustration] – John Ritter
  • DesignHarry Choron
  • Mixed ByBob Clearmountain
  • ProducerBruce Springsteen


Paper sleeve.


Sad Eyes is a song written and performed by Bruce Springsteen. It was recorded at Soundworks West, LA on January 25, 1990, and included in the box set released by Springsteen on November 10, 1998, titled Tracks and on the compilation album 18 Tracks, released on April 13, 1999. CD single B00004UU3I. Sad Eyes. Man at the Top. Take 'Em as They Come. Bruce Springsteen lead vocals, guitar. Randy Jackson bass. David Sancious keyboards. Jeff Porcaro drums. Every day here you come walking I hold my tongue, I don't do much talking You say you're happy and you're doin' fine Well go ahead, baby, I got plenty in album Bruce Springsteen - Sad Eyes CD EP 1999. Bruce Springsteen - Sad Eyes Studio Outtake - 1990. Bruce Springsteen - I Wanna Be With You Studio Outtake 1979. Bruce Springsteen - Man At The Top Studio Outtake 1984. Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise : Bruce Springsteen, Song: Sad Eyes Album Version, Duration: 3:47, File type: mp3. the latest tracks, albums, and images from Sad Eyes BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN. track: Sad Eyes - Bruce SpringsteenSad Eyes - Bruce Springsteen. SAD EYES is a song written by Bruce Springsteen and first released on the Tracks box set in 1998. The above lyrics are for Bruce Springsteen's official studio version of SAD EYES as released in 1998. The official studio version of SAD EYES was included on the 18 Tracks compilation in 1999. Studio Recording. Sad Eyes was written by Bruce Springsteen and recorded as a demo for the Human Touch sessions at Soundworks West, Los Angeles, CA, January 25, 1990. The track features Bruce Springsteen on lead vocal and guitar with former E Street Band member David Sancious on keyboards, famed session man Randy Jackson on bass and Totos Jeff Porcaro on drums. Pop singer Enrique Iglesias had a moderate hit with his cover of the song in the. Bruce Springsteen