Bruce Springsteen Lonesome Day Asbury Park 2002 canvas or metal
Bruce Springsteen Lonesome Day Asbury Park 2002. Bruce Springsteen on the old Asbury Park Boardwalk in 2002. He was filming a video for "The Rising" Album. Canvas print size is 16 x 20 ready to hang on your wall, all hardware included.
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- Metal Prints, the most vibrant of all print media, are created by infusing an image onto raw aluminum.
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The music video of the song was shot in Asbury Park, New Jersey and directed by Mark Pellington. Unlike most music videos, Springsteen recorded the song live in each take during shooting of the video, over a 16-hour period.
Since its initial appearance on The Rising, "Lonesome Day" has appeared on several subsequent Bruce Springsteen releases. A live performance from The Rising Tour was included on the DVD Live in Barcelona, and a live performance from the Working on a Dream Tour was included on the 2010 DVD London Calling: Live in Hyde Park. It was also included on the 2003 compilation album The Essential Bruce Springsteen and on the 2009 compilation album Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band Greatest Hits.