The Nebraska Sessions – A Tribute
Back in 1982 Bruce Springsteen released ‘Nebraska’, a collection of sparsely recorded tracks originally intended to be demos for his sixth studio album.
Almost exactly 30 years later the UK’s Clubhouse Records gathered a group of musicians together at The Betsey Trotwood pub in London to pay tribute to this fantastic album.
Throughout the course of a single day, 10 bands recorded the albums 10 tracks live straight to 4 track cassette tape just like The Boss did back in the day.
The sessions were filmed for posterity and collected together here for your enjoyment.
Acts involved on the day include; Trevor Moss and Hannah Lou, The Dreaming Spires, Danny George Wilson, The Cedars, Case Hardin, The Redlands Palomino Company, The Hi and Lo, Mad Staring Eyes, The Arlenes and Michele Stodart.
Audio produced, recorded & mixed by Trevor Moss. Video direction, lighting, camera and edit by Pierre Thiébaut.
That was last sunday, but here are the artists doing very fine versions of the Nebraska songs.
Clubhouse Records UK is a very interesting label, visit their website for more information.
Trevor Moss and Hannah Lou :
The Dreaming Spires:
Mansion On the Hill
The Redlands Palomino Company
Danny George Wilson:
Open All Night
Mad Starring Eyes:
My Father’s House
The Hi & Lo
Reason to Believe
Downbound Train – The Show Ponies
Great, great stuff!
very talented bunch of people.
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