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Tunnel of Love
|Tunnel of Love|
|Album by Bruce Springsteen|
|Released||October 9 1987|
|Length||46 min 25 s|
|Record label||Columbia Records|
|Producers||Bruce Springsteen, Jon Landau , Chuck Plotkin|
|Bruce Springsteen Chronology|
|Born in the U.S.A.|
|Tunnel of Love|
Tunnel of Love is a rock album by Bruce Springsteen released in 1987 (see 1987 in music). After the tremendous success of the big, brash and anthemic Born in the U.S.A., Springsteen took his foot off the throttle quite a bit on Tunnel of Love. The deeply conflicted songs - "Brilliant Disguise," "Two Faces," "Tunnel of Love," "One Step Up" - seem to have been written as reflections of Springsteen's failing marriage to Julianne Phillips. A somber and underrated album (much like Darkness on the Edge of Town), these are some of his most thoughtful songs and most intimate performances.
- "Ain't Got You"
- "Tougher Than The Rest"
- "All That Heaven Will Allow"
- "Spare Parts"
- "Cautious Man"
- "Walk Like A Man"
- "Tunnel of Love"
- "Two Faces"
- "Brilliant Disguise"
- "One Step Up"
- "When You're Alone"
- "Valentine's Day"
All songs by Bruce Springsteen.
- Bruce Springsteen - guitar, various instruments, lead vocals
- Max Weinberg - percussion, drums
- Roy Bittan - synthesizers, piano
- Patti Scialfa - vocals
- Clarence Clemons - vocals on "When You're Alone"
- Nils Lofgren - solo guitar on "Tunnel of Love"
- Garry Tallent - bass
- Danny Federici - organ
- James Wood - harmonica on "Spare Parts"
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