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Echoes of Springsteen

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Photo by Josh Sanseri

Photo by Josh Sanseri

I came across Lord Huron on NPR’s “All Music Considered” podcast, and I was instantly hooked. It put me in mind of Bruce Springsteen’s “I’m On Fire,” which always liked and hadn’t heard in ages.

And this one is definitely going in our next roadtrip mix.

Beloved observed last weekend when I was playing this and a few of my other recent finds that my taste seems to be expanding more into country music lately. I said I didn’t think this was country, but then I started to wonder. Is this country or folk or rock or something else? And how about my other recent music posts:

Please weigh in if you like. I’d be interested to hear what you think!

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

8 thoughts on “Echoes of Springsteen

  1. Fun music! I try to be open-minded; there’s good music in every genre, I think. P.s. it’s Springsteen. 🙂

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  2. I liked Lord Huron’s first release but it made me wonder, “What next?” There was definitely a style to their music (I like to call it “wilderness rock”) but felt it would get fairly repetitive if they stuck with it. I like what I hear in this new track, a little more edge, rockabilly — and rockabilly does have some country twang about it. But this ain’t country.

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  3. Springsteen’s song is a good one. While you are thinking of country music, check out Johnny Cash’s version of “I’m on Fire.” It’s beautiful.

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