Better Days

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Commercially Released: October 20, 1991
Label: Impact
Produced by Little Steven with Dave McNair
Recorded by Dave McNair at Sigma Sound Studios, New York
Mixed by Dave McNair at Sigma Sound Studios, New York
Mastered by Bob Ludwig at Masterdisk
Design by Jeff Lancaster
Photography by Benjamin Newberry, Frank Ockenfels, Carol Whaley, and Zoë Yanakis

Overview

Better Days is an album by Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes, released in 1991. It yielded minor hits "It's Been A Long Time" and "I've Been Workin' Too Hard". The former song features shared lead vocals by Southside Johnny, Steven Van Zandt, and Bruce Springsteen, and is a reflection back on their early years together in the music business. The latter features a duet with Jon Bon Jovi. Eight of the album's eleven songs were written by Van Zandt, harkening back to the Jukes' first three albums which also featured Van Zandt writing, playing guitar, and singing harmony and sometimes duet vocals. One track, "All the Way Home", was written by Bruce Springsteen, who later recorded his own version for his 2005 solo album Devils and Dust.

Source: Wikipedia

Released

# Song Title Running Time Release
3. IT'S BEEN A LONG TIME 5:32 GUEST: BETTERDAYS
13. ALL THE WAY HOME 3:56 GUEST: BETTERDAYS

Total Running Time: 56:41

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