Evolution of a Song – Bruce Springsteen: You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch)
Roots of the song You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch) goes back to 1979. It’s a track that has been performed among the years in various ways. Here’s all the different live arrangements I could find from the YouTube. Apparently it was played during the Ghost of Tom Joad & Devils & Dust tours too, but there weren’t any versions available online. Clearly it’s a song that the Boss wants to carry from tour to tour.
Tempe 1980 (Original)
Mountain View 1986 (Acapella)
Copenhagen 1988 (Rockabilly):
New Orleans 2006 (Seeger Sessions)
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Badlands admin is a huge Bruce Springsteen (obviously) and a music fan from Finland.. Avid coffee drinker. Every blog post requires plenty of coffee. What else…Oh. I wrote a book called “How Bruce Springsteen’s Music Saved My Life: The Story of a Bullied Boy“. It’s available on major eBook stores like Amazon Kindle, Google Play, iTunes…