It is almost impossible to compile a bad Bruce Springsteen album as his great songs far outweigh his good, let alone his bad. It is hardly suprising that this compilation album features no fewer than 18 excellent tracks. Fourteen hits and classics including Born To Run, Glory Days and The River, as well as four new Springsteen songs, are presented impeccably in this attractive package, arranged for Piano and Voice with full lyrics and guitar chord boxes. This collection would suit the intermediate piano player looking for as many of Bruce Springsteen's hits as can be piled into one songbook.
A must for any pianist that calls themselves a Springsteen fan. Sufficiently complex to do justice to the depth of his music, but not simple enough for an intermeidate standard pianist to play through with ease. Definitely worth the money! Anonymous
- (Pinner, United Kingdom)
A surprising variety of music. I thought it would be only classical but my grandsons put me straight on that!
The site is very good and my grandsons are delighted with their music books. The deliveries were very prompt and and well packaged. The books were in perfect condition.
- (Saltcoats, United Kingdom)
Excellent volume, with all The Boss's greatest hits, in a clear voice + piano format, with guitar chords marked over the top of the stave. Just what I was looking for, although slightly overpriced at $19.95. Anonymous
- (Woodbridge, United Kingdom)
This book always brings me real pleasure. The songs of the Boss translate really well as piano pieces; especailly 'Born to Run', 'Hungry Heart' and 'Hometown'. They are relatively straight forward to get to grips with, but have enough depth and structure to allow you to get carried away by the great music.
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Easy piano, a lot of the piano hooks are missing, but the chord inversions usually provide sufficient clues to work them out. Anonymous
- (Nantwich, United Kingdom)
Amazing! Totally agree regarding the lyrics, "you aint a beauty, but, hey, you're all right". He makes me want to be American. Go Boss. Anonymous
- (London, United Kingdom)