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Von Steven Van Zandt hatte man zwar seit dem 1997 erschienenen Born Again Savage diskografisch gesehen nichts Neues mehr gehört, aber er hatte so seine Gründe. Der erste ist natürlich seine Rolle als Silvio Dante in der Serie Die Sopranos (1999 – 2007), und dann die des Frank Tagliano/Giovanni „Johnny“ Henriksen in Lilyhammer (2012 – 2014). Der zweite Grund, das ist ganz klar, liegt bei seinen zahlreichen Tourneen mit Bruce Springsteens E Street Band, dessen rechte Hand und Maskottchen er als Gitarrist ist. Dieses Soulfire aus dem  Frühjahr 2017 ist eigentlich ein konventionelles Album, aber eines von besonderer Art. Der Mann mit dem Halstuch spielt nämlich hier mit Wiederaufnahmen seiner eigenen Songs, die zum Teil aus seinen früheren CDs stammen, zum Teil von verschiedenen Musikern eingespielt wurden. Daher finden wir unter diesen ganzen Wundern eine neue Version von Love On The Wrong Side Of Town, die Little Steven mit dem Boss zusammen für Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes geschrieben hatte. Soulfire enthält übrigens noch anderes Songs, die der Gitarrist für Southside Johnny geschrieben hatte, sowie Wiederaufnahmen von Etta James (The Blues Is My Business) und James Brown (Down And Out In New York City). Am Ende bietet Little Steven eine herrliche Fiesta mit Classic Rock, zu dem sich energischer Rhythm’n’Blues und bronzefarbener Soul gesellen, kurz gesagt ein Cocktail, zu dem ein gewisser Bruce S. aus New Jersey nicht nein gesagt hätte…© CM/Qobuz
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Anyone who has ever saw Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band between 1975 and 1981 knows one of the reasons they were among the best live bands in America is they had three members with the power and charisma to make great frontmen -- Springsteen, Clarence Clemons, and "Miami Steve" Van Zandt. In 1982, while Springsteen was laboring over Born in the U.S.A., Van Zandt -- who'd already proved his considerable chops as a producer, songwriter, and arranger working with Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes and Gary U.S. Bonds -- stepped away from the E Street Band to launch a solo project, Little Steven & the Disciples of Soul, and in many ways the first Little Steven album, Men Without Women, is the finest album the Asbury Jukes never made. Like the Jukes best work, Men Without Women blends the muscle and swagger of Jersey shore rock & roll with the horn-fueled heart and soul of classic R&B, and here Van Zandt was willing to push himself further in both directions at once. With a five-piece horn section blazing throughout (featuring Richie "La Bamba" Rosenberg leading a crew of former Jukes brass players) and former Rascals Dino Danelli and Felix Cavaliere on hand, this album's blue-eyed soul credentials are unimpeachable, but Van Zandt's guitar (and Jean Beauvior's bass) speak with the sound and fury of a true roots rock rebel. While Van Zandt's songwriting was always impressive, Men Without Women's best moments expressed a degree of passion, vulnerability, and determined fervor he hadn't quite permitted himself in the past (he also began to express the political concerns that would dominate his later work on "Under the Gun"), and if Van Zandt was a less precise vocalist than "Southside" Johnny Lyon, the gritty sincerity and emotional force of his performances more than made up for it. On Men Without Women, Little Steven & the Disciples merged the brassy swing of a classic Motown side with the sweaty blare of a amped-up garage band, and if that sounds like an odd combination, in both soul and garage rock, commitment is what counts, and Little Steven had that to spare -- along with a set of really great songs. © Mark Deming /TiVo
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"This is the record I would have made in 1969 had I been capable," writes Little Steven of Born Again Savage, his first album in ten years and fifth album overall. In case that statement doesn't tell you enough about the sound of the record, he goes into detail: "It is a tribute to the hard rock pioneers that kept me alive growing up, the Kinks, the Who, the Yardbirds, and the three groups the Yardbirds spawned -- Cream, the Jeff Beck Group, and Led Zeppelin." Actually, he cites even more influences, but that should be enough to give you the idea. With a rhythm section consisting of Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham's son Jason Bonham and U2 bassist Adam Clayton, Little Steven layers on the guitars in emulation of everyone from Dave Davies to Jimi Hendrix, and at times it's hard to realize that you're not listening to a song from You Really Got Me or Axis: Bold As Love. The primary difference, in fact, comes with the lyrics, which Little Steven spits out in a Bob Dylan-like nasal howl that has improved from the whine of his earlier albums primarily by deepening. The man who wrote the anti-apartheid anthem "Sun City" retains his extensive political interests, though here they are often expressed in the form of rhetoric rather than spoken plainly. This may be because Born Again Savage is deliberately intended as "the fifth and last of the political albums I outlined when I decided to make my own records," as Little Steven puts it, and therefore, it is the one on which he is drawing broader philosophical conclusions. No wonder that the "suggested reading" list he provides this time around consists entirely of religious texts. Still, the basic conclusion remains that the world is going to hell in a hand basket, and, if anything, Little Steven's world view is even more depressing than it was in the 1980s for being less specific. Still, it is made more palatable by being married to guitar tracks that sound like they were recorded in 1968, and if you don't read the lyric sheet, you won't get too bummed out. © William Ruhlmann /TiVo
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Rock - Erschienen am 19. Mai 2017 | Steven Van Zandt Catalog

Von Steven Van Zandt hatte man zwar seit dem 1997 erschienenen Born Again Savage diskografisch gesehen nichts Neues mehr gehört, aber er hatte so seine Gründe. Der erste ist natürlich seine Rolle als Silvio Dante in der Serie Die Sopranos (1999 – 2007), und dann die des Frank Tagliano/Giovanni „Johnny“ Henriksen in Lilyhammer (2012 – 2014). Der zweite Grund, das ist ganz klar, liegt bei seinen zahlreichen Tourneen mit Bruce Springsteens E Street Band, dessen rechte Hand und Maskottchen er als Gitarrist ist. Dieses Soulfire aus dem  Frühjahr 2017 ist eigentlich ein konventionelles Album, aber eines von besonderer Art. Der Mann mit dem Halstuch spielt nämlich hier mit Wiederaufnahmen seiner eigenen Songs, die zum Teil aus seinen früheren CDs stammen, zum Teil von verschiedenen Musikern eingespielt wurden. Daher finden wir unter diesen ganzen Wundern eine neue Version von Love On The Wrong Side Of Town, die Little Steven mit dem Boss zusammen für Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes geschrieben hatte. Soulfire enthält übrigens noch anderes Songs, die der Gitarrist für Southside Johnny geschrieben hatte, sowie Wiederaufnahmen von Etta James (The Blues Is My Business) und James Brown (Down And Out In New York City). Am Ende bietet Little Steven eine herrliche Fiesta mit Classic Rock, zu dem sich energischer Rhythm’n’Blues und bronzefarbener Soul gesellen, kurz gesagt ein Cocktail, zu dem ein gewisser Bruce S. aus New Jersey nicht nein gesagt hätte…© CM/Qobuz
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Rock - Erschienen am 1. Januar 1982 | Steven Van Zandt Catalog

Anyone who has ever saw Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band between 1975 and 1981 knows one of the reasons they were among the best live bands in America is they had three members with the power and charisma to make great frontmen -- Springsteen, Clarence Clemons, and "Miami Steve" Van Zandt. In 1982, while Springsteen was laboring over Born in the U.S.A., Van Zandt -- who'd already proved his considerable chops as a producer, songwriter, and arranger working with Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes and Gary U.S. Bonds -- stepped away from the E Street Band to launch a solo project, Little Steven & the Disciples of Soul, and in many ways the first Little Steven album, Men Without Women, is the finest album the Asbury Jukes never made. Like the Jukes best work, Men Without Women blends the muscle and swagger of Jersey shore rock & roll with the horn-fueled heart and soul of classic R&B, and here Van Zandt was willing to push himself further in both directions at once. With a five-piece horn section blazing throughout (featuring Richie "La Bamba" Rosenberg leading a crew of former Jukes brass players) and former Rascals Dino Danelli and Felix Cavaliere on hand, this album's blue-eyed soul credentials are unimpeachable, but Van Zandt's guitar (and Jean Beauvior's bass) speak with the sound and fury of a true roots rock rebel. While Van Zandt's songwriting was always impressive, Men Without Women's best moments expressed a degree of passion, vulnerability, and determined fervor he hadn't quite permitted himself in the past (he also began to express the political concerns that would dominate his later work on "Under the Gun"), and if Van Zandt was a less precise vocalist than "Southside" Johnny Lyon, the gritty sincerity and emotional force of his performances more than made up for it. On Men Without Women, Little Steven & the Disciples merged the brassy swing of a classic Motown side with the sweaty blare of a amped-up garage band, and if that sounds like an odd combination, in both soul and garage rock, commitment is what counts, and Little Steven had that to spare -- along with a set of really great songs. © Mark Deming /TiVo
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Rock - Erschienen am 12. November 2019 | Steven Van Zandt Catalog

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Rock - Erschienen am 7. Mai 1984 | Steven Van Zandt Catalog

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