Review: Bruce Springsteen – “Do I Love You (I Do)” (solo)

Review: Bruce Springsteen - "Do I Love You (I Do)" (solo)




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He invited a “group” of musicians and dancers to record a new album of soul and gospel classics, “Only The Strong Survive.” It’s his first album covers since “Seeger Sessions” (2006). The album will be released on November 11, and now the single “Do I Love You” (without its own cover) is available on streaming services and as a YouTube video.

Focus on the sound

“Letter To You” has become too much of a “riding plank” In my head so it wasn’t exciting. Then it was interesting to wear soft “Western Stars” (2019), Where the singer came out in it. This time, according to his own statement, he has more focus on his voice/vocals.

Soul Classics

“Do I Love You (I Do)” by Frank Wilson, recorded at Tamla Motown in 1965, in the Springsteen version not much different from the original, still two and a half minutes long, but with a larger, updated soundscape, strings, brass, vocalist” He wears all clothes” and a chorus that threatens to raise the roof–and reinforce a sense of gospel. He’s so excited I want to shout a resounding yes! (for one or the other).

Other artists and songwriters translated on the album include Smokey Robinson, William Bell, Sam Moore, Tyrone Davis, and The Supremes.


In a YouTube video, a somewhat enthusiastic Bruce talks about the project. There he says, among other things, that while there was still a pandemic, he recorded an album with podusent Ron Aniello and technician that was canceled. It’s definitely not the first time this has happened. But he started again and had an “epiphany” and found a fitting theme, a soul and gospel album with songs from the American Songbook!

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He also says he has rediscovered the power in his voice. “My voice is a badass, I’m 73 and I’m kicking a donkey”He says with his special laugh. A video clip with the whole group performing the song in front of the audience can also be seen on YouTube.

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