"Letter To You" is a musical release by Bruce Springsteen on 23 Oct, 2020. The content of the music is known to be non-xplicit and it contains a total of 12 song(s). You may check reviews for "Letter To You" in the review section below or view more songs and albums from Bruce Springsteen by clicking the name.
What happened to the days of listening to your favorite artist without hearing about their “fake” political views? Here is a guy that employs less minorities than Trump but calls him a racist. A millionaire that just refined his mansion as agricultural to avoid taxes but criticizes. Bruce: We listen to you for your music, not because we want your advice and influence on our political views. How many Republicans listened to this record and decided to change their vote. Ah, no one? Play your music Bruce. That’s all we need for you.
how out of touch is this guy?
No one has sent a letter in 30 years
Letter To You
Finally, we get great rock from someone that knows music and how to write great songs, instead of the latest garbage on the radio pretending to be rock- give me a break. Most of the latest rock bands on the radio are trash. Springsteen and Wofgang Van Halen are a welcome sight and sound of American Rock.
Hope it gets better
Only 2 songs out at this time, so far it sounds like more pop music hastily done and hastily written not horrible but not up to standard. Not terribly impressed with this cd, better than I thought.
By WestCoast Bias
Like a Mood Drug!
This album elevates my mood and helps me not think about the problems we all face today! Bruce and the E Street Band have bottled another elixir for us all to drink down! My rock and roll heroes are all getting older, just like me, but Bruce and the band are getting better. I just pray COVID ends for the health of this nation and world and also so we can all get another Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band tour to promote this album and give therapy to a divided nation!
By Time Addict
Glory Days Again!
Thanks Bruce for the new songs and your renewed passion with the E Street Band. Definitely needed in these times and brings me back to the “Glory Days” growing up in NJ!
Just what I'd hoped for
As a middle-aged music fan my expectations of favorite artists have been reduced to hoping that there's a song or two on a new album that I may enjoy. I was really pleased when I listed to this entire album through a couple times and came out loving it. I think it's his best since The Rising (though I did enjoy Wrecking Ball). He and the band remain at the top of their game. Note: for these one-star reviews, I'm guessing they don't care for much other than Bruce's biggest couple of hits. If that's you, skip this one, too. But if you enjoy his body of music, you'll enjoy this one too.