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Bruce Springsteen's tour showcasing his 1980 album "The River" is more than an exercise in nostalgia.After opening with an outtake from "The River," Springsteen explained to fans that he wrote the songs at a time when he was looking for more adult connections, and wanted to make an album with the grandeur of his live shows.It's a way to give fans a fresh experience without new songs, said Chris Phillips, editor of Backstreets, a website devoted to Springsteen's music.As Springsteen explained in a recent interview with Phillips, he'd spend years formatting an album's song order to tell a story, then never perform it that way. The site also offers a handful of Springsteen shows from past tours. Much to his regret now, Springsteen was never big on recording all of his performances.
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