I should be ashamed at only just now getting to the astonishingly brilliant collection of music known as Bruce Springsteen’s We Shall Overcome – The Seeger Sessions that was released earlier this year and to be sure, I am duly chagrined. However, now that I have finally opened the package and played it (and am listening to it for the 2nd time in a row) I have to I am having a damn hard time keeping my fingers on the keyboard when what I’d rather be doing is getting up and dancing around the room, clapping. Seriously, this is damn difficult! The cd kicks off with Old Dan Tucker, a rollicking, knee slapper if there ever was one and a square dance tune from the 1800’s. It gets the cd off to a rollicking start and give or take a ballad or two, the joint swings for the rest of the 60 minute disc.
…but they have no problem giving head!
In an astonishing bout of corporate hairsplitting and hypocrisy, A month or two ago, Starbucks announced that they were refusing to carry Bruce Springsteen‘s excellent new cd, “Devils & Dust,” due to an explicit reference to anal sex. Fair enough, right? It’s their business what they sell and why. A few weeks later, Starbucks began carrying the new, Acoustic version of Alanis Morissette‘s 1995 multi-platinum hit, “Jagged Little Pill” and Sodomites everywhere flipped out. Why, you might ask?