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Bruce Springsteen plays Purple Rain

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Watch Bruce Springsteen pay tribute to Prince, as he opens up his Brooklyn show last night with Purple Rain…

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14 responses to Bruce Springsteen plays Purple Rain

  1. Straker says:

    Great rendition but I hope The Boss doesn’t have to do any more of these posthumous tributes this year.

  2. Anthony C says:

    Stunning.

    A beautiful tribute.

    The music says it all.

    :-(

  3. DJ Control says:

    I have yet to shed tears for the passing of Prince…still in denial…until now. Way to go Bruce. What a beautiful homage!

  4. Kauwgompie says:

    Once again Bruce gets it right. First by not playing his North Carolina show and now with a beautiful tribute to music’s genius Prince. Thanks Bruce for showing us you care just as much as we do.

  5. Well he tried, nils solo was redeeming, he could have gone on for another ten,.. Love that Nils,… but tribute was repectful,

  6. Friso Pas says:

    Very nice. Once again, he shows who’s The Boss.

  7. Mark R says:

    I prefer Chris Cornell’s rendition

    http://youtu.be/61XdPtGMErs

    • Mark R says:

      Yes I know it’s not Purple Rain but even so.

    • Richie says:

      It’s not a question of preference it’s about a musician’s tribute to a fellow musician. Bruce Springsteen’s tribute to Prince was beautiful, period.

  8. Anthony C says:

    I’d not heard Chris Cornell perform ‘Nothing Compares 2 u’.

    It is truly beautiful.

    It’s refreshing to hear this track with a male vocal once more – being the original was performed by the male lead vocalist from The Family. Most people forget about that.

    Thanks for the link!

    Sad times….
    :-(

  9. Robbert says:

    “Great rendition but I hope The Boss doesn’t have to do any more of these posthumous tributes this year”.

    Me and Mrs.Jones?

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  11. RJSWinchester says:

    I was listening to Let’s Go Crazy a couple of days. The lyrics are about life, death and the after-life. Given the circumstances that have been reported surrounding Prince’s death, the lyrics “Are we gonna let the elevator / Bring us down / Oh, no let’s go!” seem somewhat ironic now.

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