Bruce Springsteen - Letter To You

About Letter To You by Bruce Springsteen Album

Letter to You is the twentieth studio album by Bruce Springsteen, released on October 23, 2020 through Columbia Records. It marks his first new studio album with his regular backing band the E Street Band since 2014's High Hopes.

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- Looking forward to the tour!5 star

Watch the movie, it gives you a framework for the album.

- E Street Band is Better Than Ever!5 star

I’ve always liked and respected Springsteen’s music, but his sound is at its best when he’s backed by the E Street Band. They’ve never sounded better. The inclusion of some of his earliest, unreleased songs makes this all the more satisfying, and the story behind the project makes it all the more poignant.

- Good but annoying3 star

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?1 star

No one has sent a letter in 30 years

- Letter To You5 star

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 better3 star

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.

- Like a Mood Drug!5 star

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!

- Cool1 star

Nice one

- Glory Days Again!5 star

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!

- No1 star

No no

- Just what I'd hoped for5 star

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.

- See you in my dreams5 star

NASCAR did a tribute to Jimmie Johnson with this song. #OneFinalTime

- Love it!!5 star

Awesome!!

- Letter to you5 star

Longtime fan, it is great to see Bruce doing something with the East Band. I have waited a while for it to happen, well worth the wait. The songs; lyrics are deep and music is perfectly set as always. That never changes with Bruce. I find the album soothing, familiar and rhythmically catchy. I can’t help but think that at some point we may not hear from Bruce anymore. I think the latest albums seem like a closing. Like they are a wrap up to a character we depend on, we want to feel that character forever. Hearing what he feels, sees and where life takes him next. Bruce please don’t stop now. A Devoted Fan

- Still the best5 star

We've both come a long way from St Rose of Lima, Bruce. Recording this album live with the band is great.

- All the weaknesses gone!4 star

No synth washes, no dumb politics, no fussy overproduction or trend chasing, he’s not doing the cowboy shtick, no Woody Guthrie pantomime, and few Patti vocals! Sounds vintage and great, although no sax. Recording quickly and spontaneously, like Dylan, suits Springsteen. This is awesome. But, “Ghosts” is “The Walls Came Down” by The Call. Accidental rip-off. And Bruce’s buddy Willie Nile did a song called “House of a Thousand Guitars.” I think Bruce is absorbing some things without realizing it.

- Impressive5 star

Bruce does it again. Some throw away stuff here but also some of his best music since The Raising.

- Still the Boss5 star

And I’m still his fan.

- Love!!5 star

Thanks Bruce for a amazing album! Brings back memories I associate with all your earlier work!! Love the whole album!

- Incredible5 star

Unbelievable that Bruce at this age along with the E St. band can produce such powerful music. Top five albums of his for sure.

- best in 20 years5 star

This is the way the the E Street Band and the Boss should sound.

- The E Street Band is Back!3 star

Starts out stronger than it finishes, but still amazing what The Boss can write & record, when backed by the E Street Band.

- Shut up and Sing3 star

I have really loved Bruce's music for many years. The few clips I've heard sound great. I do wish that he, along with others would simply sing, dance, act, or throw the ball. Your opinion doesn't matter other than thinking I will spend my money elsewhere while you go live somewhere else.

- Draft Dodger1 star

He’s a fake and it comes across in his music. He was also a draft dodger and not a true hero to anyone.

- What? This is great!4 star

I rather love the evolvement you hear of Bruce in these. Maybe YALL are just lookin for a way to make this political but just enjoy it. They’re nice songs.

- Still the Boss!5 star

Guess we can easily tell who the republicans are and who the democratics are from these reviews. His legend continues...

- Pm5 star

So good ! Enough said ! Dub man.

- Yess block luke combs5 star

Amazing album

- Best E Street Band album in Years5 star

The fools and trolls are easy to spot. Ignore them. This is a complete and fully realized E Street Band album...the remakes of the three older songs fit perfectly into the full album structure. It goes without saying that these are professionally written, recorded, and played...live with whole band for the first time since the1970s. Unlike other artists of his generation he continues to write new material that puts all that modern and contemporary auto tuned music to shame. Listen, and listen again...and again...and again...

- Worst album yet1 star

I’ll never understand why artists of every stripe feel such a need to virtue signal and lecture their audience. It certainly comprises the quality of their product

- The Best5 star

Thank you Bruce...A great album that is real E-Street rock and roll...

- For all Reviews... please read5 star

For all reviews for or against.. Is this how you accept judgement of Art now? 1 - 5 stars And leave a comment below.. Think about it..

- I Was Born in the USA Not in A Mirror4 star

Louder, as you were waking the dead. I am listening, Thank you.

- terrible1 star

He really lost it like sleepy joe

- Great songs with meaning. Watch the documentary!5 star

This album is so easy to listen to. The people attacking him and giving him one star for his “politics” are actually the disgusting ones. There really is not much political here. Watch the documentary to understand the motivation. His religious upbringing, his former bandmates, his fans are all inspiration for the songs on this album. Relax people.

- Woke Itunes1 star

I have noticed there is a pattern of albums of liberal artists listed #1 in Itunes with no top songs at all (Dixie Chicks). It seems obvious to me Itunes is pushing the sales of these albums not realizing we listeners do not care about them .

- Bitter Bruce2 star

Bitter Bruce needs his extra buck ? Won’t give him a dime of my money!

- E STREET WITH A BANG!5 star

This album totally takes me back to the 80s sound of the E Street band. Is it older BRUCE sure but arent I on my hand and knees grateful that he’s still here. I just hope we c him in concert soon. No one rocks like Bruce anymore. Album is very very good

- Bad1 star

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- Love It!!!!!5 star

Bruce is really something, every album is so good. love Ghosts-Title track, Fantastic stuff.

- lyrics speak to me4 star

Once I got an idea of the meaning behind the lyrics on several tracks, I was able to appreciate the message. I like the fact that the band performed and recorded the songs essentially live.

- NONE1 star

TRUMP 2020!!!

- Legend5 star

True talent and drive!

- Bobby Bee on "The Boss"4 star

Who would have thought I'd be sampling & purchasing an entire cd by Bruce Springsteen. It got such a write-up in the AARP magazine and so many decent cuts - I had to!! Buy it!!

- The Boss at his best5 star

The brilliant storytelling coupled with a masterful music and the reuniting of the E-street band. What else can you hope for. Love you, Bruce!

- Fantastic5 star

Great album top to bottom. Clears lot of people writing reviews who did not buy it and don’t like Springsteen. These songs are not political. A great album about confronting your own mortality. The 3 tracks here from the seventies are spectacular, the lyrics of youth with the wisdom of a great arrangement that could only come with age.

- robert de niromade an album1 star

I didnt know robert de niro made an album ... hes really branching out ! probbaly sell better In Australia ...

- His finest ESB album since "Magic"5 star

Given that his previous two albums with the E Street Band were medicore at best ("Working on a Dream" and "High Hopes"), "Letter To You" is a very welcome return to form. Well done, Boss.

- Best Since Born To Run5 star

Maybe BETTER. That’s it. That’s the Review. No one is making music like this today

- Nice but I dont want to here his political views4 star

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totpd - Great CD for fans4 star

Great to have Bruce and E-Street back In the age if the drum machine, Max’s drums have never sounded so good.

Michael Kras - Some of Bruce’s best music in years5 star

After the entrancing diversion that was Western Stars, Bruce Springsteen reunites with the E Street Band for an album that feels like coming home. Powerful rock anthems, delicate twangy folk tunes, and gritty political ballads make this a return to form, and one of the best studio albums Bruce has released in over a decade.

FeastingEagle01 - Deep and beautiful5 star

Well crafted, and rekindles the sound of the E Street Band. While I wouldn't put it in legendary status, it has emotion, is easy to listen to, and just feels right to keep returning to. What a treat.

Railroad Boy - Springsteen hits a home run with Letter To You5 star

Springsteen’s New album Letter To You with the E. Street Band is superb. This is The Boss at his best. Rainmaker is the highlight of the album. Bruce has earned his place in rock history years ago and is still making great music to this day.

´ljhj - Rd1 star

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radiolovesongs - A true champion5 star

Bruce Springsteen is the seminal rock n roll poet. This album gathers together something from each era of his time as an artist and synthesizes those eras through the legendary E Street Band. The results are beautiful, meditated and hopeful. At 71, his sawdust and honey vocals have never sounded more experienced and his timing never better to offer his fans what they have been longing for. Album of the year in my books!

jjmclean - It’s ok3 star

Not a masterpiece, but there are many albums to live up to. It’s an appropriate album for a person in their 70s.

Debvir26457 - That's why they call him "the Boss".5 star

Outstanding Springsteen. One of the best singer songwriters ever.

Truth 1 - Champion Loser1 star

Springsteen has certainly lost it. But, he never really had it anyway. He is just a one hit wonder. I have been an on air DJ at several different radio stations in Canada for the past 40 years. I would never disgrace my listeners with this crap.

Mac Daddy - New and vintage Bruce at the same time5 star

Loving the sound. Ghosts is primed for a big concert venue. I know a tour was planned on the heels on this release. Hope we can find a way through this pandemic and get the chance to see Bruce and the band again soon.

Moonshine mama - Letter to You5 star

It’s like coming home! Thank you. Love it!

niagtr - Springsteen5 star

I can breath again Keep it rolling bruce you have no idea How we all depend on it!

Patrick McCarthy VIP - Good old Springsteen!5 star

Finally back to his old sound. Love it!

break67 - Letters to life5 star

Thoughtful and heartfelt and pfft if anyone doesn't get it.

FanOfSheldon - Great Album...5 star

Being an occasional fan of Bruce Springsteen, such as for only certain songs, I really like this album. Most of the songs are great, particularly these ones, One Minute You are here, Letter to You, House of Thousand Guitars, and I’ll See You in My Dreams. .

socsonline - Soulful5 star

Full of heart. Ghosts sits comfortably among his best.

MichaelT au - Western Stars, with the band4 star

Feels like the next step from Western Stars, with Max’s drums and Gary’s bass plus the guitars of Nils & Steve adding a bigger E-Street sound. Never reaches majestic heights but leaves you feeling very very satisfied. A couple of these tracks will be awesome done live.

BBFrankland - The Boss☝️5 star

It’s all been done before☝️Still loving The Boss💪❤️❤️❤️👍👍👍💫🎸🎸🎸😎🍺

ScarlettLee2012 - Blah2 star

Still got a great voice on the Slower songs but the rock tunes are really vanilla..Blah Blah

Craigus007 - Great Rock Album5 star

So many great songs, Ghosts, Burnin’ Train, Last Man Standing, House of 1000 Guitars and so many others

Mustang 31 - Showstopper5 star

Lyrics and music that touches your soul.... love this ❤️

RoddyWA - Excellence bar one song5 star

Love this album. From start to.. almost finish. I’ll see you in my Dreams, the last song, just doesn’t do it for me I am afraid. Sort of like a Working on a Dream outtake, and that’s no good thing! I was worried when I read three old songs had been recorded for the album. Songs that were wordy in the extreme, in Bruce’s writing style from the very early 70s. But I needed have worried, Bruce KNOWS best. They all fit seamlessly and in fact are almost the highlights of a tremendous album of melancholy and loss. To the reviewer who said go back and get the fire in your belly... you didn’t listen close enough my friend. Plenty of fire in a few of these songs about the current political climate. But hey, he’s over 70. He’s pretty much earned the right to explore all/other/different aspects of life/death apart from “we’re pulling out of here to win”. I’m glad he did. Last Man Standing, Ghosts, Letter to You and Burnin’ Train are just outstanding rock songs. Welcome back Bruce and the ESB.

hdhdbxjs - Fre4 star

Nice

Vincent LeMonde - Album of the year!5 star

An incredible body of work from start to finish. I can only imagine how House Of A Thousand Guitars, Last Man Standing and Ghosts are going to sound live in concert!!

Jmhug - Masterpiece5 star

This is an album springsteen diehards have been waiting for. Recorded live over 4-5 days with the greatest live band ever- the EStreet Band this is an album that has it all. Great new songs plus 3 fifty year old songs brilliantly reworked. There are themes running through the album- hope, friendship, loss, mortality, glory, love and life. All spectacularly captured by Bruce and the band. Bruce is now 71 but he’s ageing so well and seems to get better and better. The bond between the musicians is something special that is cherished by each member. It’s seems amazing that Bruce plays the bare songs on acoustic guitar and the band just goes away and works out their individual parts that gel perfectly together. There are no modern day artists who could pull something like this off! An amazing talent, so genuine and modest.

Chitalwood - Emerald1 star

Zzzzzzz To whiney, need to go back to your original roots and find that fire in your belly. Downhill all the way after “The Rising” Sorry it’s a thumbs down from me.

Pablo 161 - Bruce and the E Street Band make magic5 star

I cannot believe how good this album is. Great song after great song and hope I one day get to hear them live.

Cheekyz8 - Like a fine wine5 star

I could not wait for this ablum to be released. Absolutely love it! Every song is every bit Boss style. Will be playing on repeat for a while :D

JMac3542 - Phenomenal Album5 star

Fortunate enough to have an early listen. Outstanding record. Has it all. Older songs are majestically reworked. New material has flourishes from so many albums along the journey . Production/ sound awesome, band sounds amazing, vocally Bruce strong as ever. Near on perfection.

Chugman - Great single5 star

New single is great, and looking forward to complete album

L.H.Ashton - another sonnet1 star

Zzzzz

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KP the Skipton Drover - I don't know how he keeps doing it5 star

What an album, positive, vibrant and each song to sing along to. I don't know how he keeps doing it but thenk the Lord he does. Get some good bins on and listen close

Colin G H - What can you say?5 star

This album is truly brilliant.

Zombie x stealth - Still at his best5 star

After the first listen I was not sure but after another listen I realise I was wrong. Amazing album from one of the best in the business. I was very lucky to see one of his concerts in the 80s but he has just got better and better. If your at all unsure just give it another listen. I have it on loop. Thanks Bruce.

richard1970 - The Boss5 star

Absolutely fantastic!!!

stevano - Getting better5 star

Bruce seems to be getting better with every album he releases. Love it & can’t stop playing it. Well done Mr Springsteen.

Wergili - BS5 star

Absolutely love this album!

Leo Risch - Try to remember one melody...3 star

no longer relevant....

pon132 - tried and tested4 star

Been on THE BRUCE Journey since The River back in Edinburgh Playhouse 1981 Formula still ther if it aint broke etc ,loved the diversity of Western Star Think we may be coming to the end of the journey but still a quality album as usual Similarities with many of the great album tracks of the past on this one,which i can live with . Need to play it to death to let it sink in

dreamweaver 01 - lov this from Bruce5 star

Bruce and E street Band back with the best album since the Rising.

Bossman66 - Career spanning smash5 star

Never write reviews usually but on this Bruce uses voices, songs and styles from throughout his recorded career to take a look back, to recall lost friends and bandmates and to celebrate music. This is arguably in his top 5 albums, definitely top 10.

BlueMagus - Another storming album from The Boss4 star

Interesting that the three old songs are the longest: All six minutes plus. Don't know what that says about Bruce then, or whether as he's aged he hasn't the capacity to write these epics. Not so taken with Song For Orphans, but it's a solid effort by the old guy. Coming after Western Stars he's still setting a high quality bench mark.

RB_CTID - Top Quality5 star

Best album from Bruce in a long time, can't stop playing it. Favourite tracks 'Letter To You', 'Burnin' Train', 'If I Was The Priest'. Imagine 'Burnin' Train played live. If you haven't watched the Apple TV film/documentary you must, and the Zane Lowe interview. Both provide so much info behind the songs.

Mark20067 - One of his best5 star

Might be me getting older ...but Bruce is on top form with this album ...very different to Western Stars but one of these albums you can’t put down & gets better with every listen ...not a single bad track & all stand by themselves....lovely seeing this collaboration with the E street band - maybe not for everyone...but it’s been released at the right time...definitely one of the must listen the albums for 2020 ...

Top cat 58 - Fabulous5 star

Bruce and the E Street Band at there best listened 3 times. Then watched the documentary, that’s a much watch, again fabulous.

Analogue Kid A - TUNES!5 star

To get a guy, at this stage in his career, still on top of his game is incredibly rare. To get a guy delivering a career high as a 20th/21st studio album is unheard of. All the E Street licks and tricks are on show also. I'm crying and laughing in equal measure. Well done my man, well done

Tykeroy - Brilliant album5 star

You know it’s a cracking album when there’s no fillers, love every track from start to finish

Scottiesimp - It’s good3 star

It’s a bit ‘shouty’ his voice in Western Stars was much more controlled and easy to listen to and the tracks for me weren’t as enjoyable.

Cobra2810 - Brilliant5 star

Listened to the whole album a few time’s now, Bruce and the E Street at their best. Fantastic album.

Brilliant Bruce - Letter to you5 star

Brilliant album I love it

looking down above the cloud - Still Delivering5 star

Bruce and the band back at what they do best Let’s hope we get to see this live one day

Outlaw Peat - Love it5 star

Triggered emotions I never thought I had, so good from beginning to end. If I had to name a favourite I would say Ghost but there all great songs.🐰

Elmore dube - Jimmyb645 star

Listened to this a few times and really like it.Its a real grower 👍

rrtwotrotokdtreuwyoto torr? - Just what we need5 star

In dark times Bruce and the band roar back to give us hope! Fantastic songs, great to hear the band in full throttle and sounding amazing. This is one of the best albums they have every released. Quite simply......brilliant!

jorgxu - Timeless. The Boss is back.5 star

Brilliant.

pixyboy - So needed5 star

This is such a good album. Reminds me of Darkness, the River, the rising. Emotional, uplifting and powerful. Musicianship unparalleled. In these difficult and depressing times, this is a much needed piece of relief. Thank you Bruce, and thank you the E Street Band. Also highly recommend the documentary on Apple TV Plus!

Maggotty Pete - Quality5 star

Having listened to this twice now it’s clear this is one of The Boss’ best albums and in ‘Ghosts,’ ‘Janey..’ and ‘If I was a Priest’ three of the greatest songs of his career in my opinion. ‘Western Stars’ last year and now this? In a word: phenomenal.

Cty4576 - Bruce Springsteen5 star

Bruce and The E Street Band never fail to deliver. A quality, quality album

Johnaldomartin - Last man standing5 star

Last man standing is a amazing song.

Manfromacave - A remarkable work of Art, uplifting humanity during these dark times.5 star

I love this album, a great reflection of Bruce’s personal life and struggles. This album is uplifting and should be listened to by all people.

Wilks007 - E Street class5 star

An excellent return 👍

Master ham - Classic E street sound5 star

Bruce back to best, a modern take on his 70’s E street sound. The opening unusually quieter track is the perfect gateway from Western Stars but from there this is the band in full cry ! Springsteen fans will love this album, full band, Roy and Jake let loose and just great tunes throughout.

paulusthewoodgnome - No Actually5 star

For the previous reviewer this has nothing to do with the last album whatsoever. Recorded earlier this years in his own studio with the E Street Band, does however feature a few really old songs. Upon release today all I can say Is I am so relieved, after the atrocity of the last album Bruce Springstten is back with the E Street Band and all is good for now.

Simondick76 - Superb5 star

Love this album! Pure genius!

joseph tj - Letter to you5 star

If I was a priest Very good sounds like Dylan

merlinski - Love it5 star

Just love the guy. I’ve waited a long time for this album. He is the one positive constant on this planet that is always there. His music is inspired and not a single day passes that I don’t listen to Bruce. Thank you from all of us, we love you and we love the very talented E Street Band.

Iain 59 - There comes a time when...1 star

... you need to rest on your back catalogue and not dilute its worth

windmill1395 - Coolest grandad on the planet5 star

Roll on the full release!

martsbar58 - Good old Bruce5 star

Left over from the last album , but still sounds good

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