Hearts Of Stone

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Commercially Released: October 13, 1978
Label: Epic
Produced by Stevie Van Zandt
Recorded by Jack Malken assisted by Michael Berry at Secret Sound Studios, New York City
Mixed by John Malken at Secret Sound Studios, New York City
Mastered by Bob Ludwig at Masterdisk
Design by ...
Photography by Frank Stefanko

Overview

Hearts Of Stone is the third album by New Jersey rock band Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes, released in October 1978. All of the album's songs were written by Southside Johnny, Bruce Springsteen, and E Street Band guitarist Steven Van Zandt. Van Zandt, the band's manager, also produced, arranged and played guitar. It's has been called "the best album Bruce Springsteen never recorded." Springsteen penned the title track and the radio-friendly "Talk To Me", and is credited along with Southside Johnny Lyon and Steve Van Zandt on "Trapped Again", but Van Zandt takes solo credit for the remaining six tracks. Moreover, this record pointed the way to the kind of music the reincarnated "Little Steven" would begin making in the early 1980s. Van Zandt asked photographer Frank Stefanko to shoot the album cover art, after meeting during Springsteen's Darkness On The Edge of Town.

Source: Wikipedia

Released

# Song Title Running Time Release
4. HEARTS OF STONE 4:31 GUEST: HEARTS
6. TALK TO ME (1) 4:00 GUEST: HEARTS
8. TRAPPED AGAIN (1) 4:25 GUEST: HEARTS

1: Written by Bruce, not Recorded with Bruce.

Total Running Time: 34:48

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