jungleland saxophone solo transcription from Bruce Springstein, the solo by the big man himself by daniel8berkhout. This is a classic “Rock Sax” solo recorded by Clarence Clemons with Bruce Springsteen and it’s probably one of the most requested solos in Sax School. “Jungleland” is an almost ten-minute long closing song on Bruce Springsteen’s album Born to Run, and tells a tale of love amid a backdrop of gang violence. It contains one of E Street Band saxophonist Clarence Clemons’ most recognizable solos.

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John Malkovich used the song, among a nearly all-Springsteen theatrical soundtrack, in his s Steppenwolf Theater production of Lanford Wilson ‘s play, Balm in Gilead.

The Born in the U. Greetings from Asbury Park, N. Following the death of Clemons inthe song was not played for a majority of the Wrecking Ball Tour. The American educational children’s program Sesame Street featured a parody of Springsteen about addition called “Born to Add”, which though ostensibly a parody of ” Born to Run “, is more musically and lyrically reminiscent of “Jungleland”.

Its performances in became substantially more frequent later in the tour as the band began to play Born to Run in its entirety at most shows. Retrieved from ” https: Languages Hrvatski Nederlands Edit links.


In concert, “Jungleland” is usually played towards the end of shows. The Greatest Bruce Springsteen Songs”.

During the — Magic Tour”Jungleland” was played periodically, often played every third or fourth show in a slot where it alternated with “Backstreets”, “Rosalita”, “Kitty’s Back”, or “Detroit Medley” and gaining in frequency as the tour ended.

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For the upcoming film, see Jungleland film. During the E Street Band’s reunion tour in andit was part of a revolving “epic” slot, alternating with ” Backstreets ” and ” Racing in the Street “. After the song, both Springsteen and Roy Bittan gave Jake a hug. In SeptemberQ magazine rated “Jungleland” one of the ” songs you must own”. Bruce Springsteen Mike Appel.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In a hugely emotional moment Clemons’ nephew Jake Clemons performed the signature saxophone solo, occupying Clarence’s usual spot on the stage.

This page was last edited on 29 Decemberat The River Collection Revival of “Balm in Gilead ” “. Articles with hAudio microformats.

Its appearances were rarer during The Rising Tour. The last two stanzascoming after Clemons’ extended solo, describe the final fall of the “Rat” and the death of both his dreams, which “gun him down” in the “tunnels uptown,” and the love between him and the “Barefoot Girl. It served as the background for a choreographed tableau of street denizens miming a tragic slice-of-life. Views Read Edit View history. It also appeared intermittently during the Working on a Dream Tour.

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Jungleland Tenor Sax Solo

The Pocket Essential Bruce Springsteen. Live in Hyde Park The Promise: The song finally made its tour debut just jungelland the end of the tour’s second leg, during the second of two shows in Gothenburg, Sweden on July 28, The song has since rejoined Springsteen’s live rotation.

The New York Times. The song in its lyrics mirrors the pattern of the entire Born to Run album, beginning with a sense of desperate hope that slides slowly into despair and defeat.