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I Don't Want To Go Home

by Southside Johnny

I Don't Want To Go Home by Southside Johnny

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I Don't Want To Go Home

by Southside Johnny

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Label: Epic
Southside Johnny's debut came out the same year as his pal Bruce Springsteen's Born to Run. The E Street connections don't stop there. The Boss contributed two compositions: "The Fever" and "You Mean So Much to Me"; guitarist Steve Van Zandt added a couple more songwriting credits and also served as producer. Helping establish the Jersey Shore Sound, this record is a punchy mix of horn-laden blue-eyed soul, rhythm and blues, and late-night bar rock. The Jukes are well oiled. Johnny, meanwhile, obviously spent countless hours honing his chops to the sounds emanating from his transistor radio.

About This Album

Southside Johnny's debut came out the same year as his pal Bruce Springsteen's Born to Run. The E Street connections don't stop there. The Boss contributed two compositions: "The Fever" and "You Mean So Much to Me"; guitarist Steve Van Zandt added a couple more songwriting credits and also served as producer. Helping establish the Jersey Shore Sound, this record is a punchy mix of horn-laden blue-eyed soul, rhythm and blues, and late-night bar rock. The Jukes are well oiled. Johnny, meanwhile, obviously spent countless hours honing his chops to the sounds emanating from his transistor radio.

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About This Album

Southside Johnny's debut came out the same year as his pal Bruce Springsteen's Born to Run. The E Street connections don't stop there. The Boss contributed two compositions: "The Fever" and "You Mean So Much to Me"; guitarist Steve Van Zandt added a couple more songwriting credits and also served as producer. Helping establish the Jersey Shore Sound, this record is a punchy mix of horn-laden blue-eyed soul, rhythm and blues, and late-night bar rock. The Jukes are well oiled. Johnny, meanwhile, obviously spent countless hours honing his chops to the sounds emanating from his transistor radio.