it started with jethro tull.
my mister and i unearthed a copy of too old to rock ‘n’ roll: too young to die! while rummaging through bins at a record shop in seattle a few years back and have been hooked on stacking wax ever since.
since we picked up that first album our collection has grown to just under 250 records and counting. now that our crates have been stocked and many of our favorite records have been purchased we are shifting our focus to filling in the gaps, finding treasures, and completing artist catalogs.
and in an effort to knock an item off the forty before forty list, we will spend some time focusing on the boss. ok. maybe a little more than some time. this discography is kind of insane. looks like it’s time to hit some shops and start digging!
chapter and verse american beauty
- high hopes
- wrecking ball
- the promise
the promise: the darkness on the edge of town story
- working on a dream
- bruce springsteen and the e street band – greatest hits
- magic tour highlights
- girls in their summer clothes – ep
- we shall overcome – the seeger sessions
- hammersmith odeon, london ‘75
- devils & dust
- the essential bruce springsteen
- the rising
- live in new york city
- 18 tracks
- the ghost of tom joad
- greatest hits
- lucky town
- human touch
- chimes of freedom
tunnel of love
- live 1975-85
born in the usa
- the river
- darkness on the edge of town
born to run the wild, the innocent, and the e street shuffle greetings from asbury park