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It's mixed in with an hour or so of music previews pulled from various elements of the box set, including both of Thom Zimny's films. E Street Radio's Vinny Usuriello informs us that all of the audio in the special came directly from Springsteen's camp, including the Tempe version of "Stolen Car," a song that was not filmed that night and therefore does not appear in Zimny's Tempe film.
The full track listing for the radio special: Check it out above, with a Thom Zimny-directed lyric video. Everyone who orders the box from Backstreet Records will receive a FREE, exclusive set of Springsteen postcards, beautiful outtake images from the Frank Stefanko session that gave us the album cover for The River.
We're happy to announce that the postcard pack has just been expanded — consider it a reward for a realized "stretch goal. Instead of 4"x6", the postcards will now be 5"x7". Plus, instead of four postcards, the set will now contain five. Stefanko has given us a fifth image to work with [top], and it's a prime example of what Frank told us in a previous Backstreets interview: Police lights flashed, enthusiastic screams punctured the air, and a wave of anticipation swelled like a tsunami.
The day before—May 6, —a band of three young brothers from Tulsa, Oklahoma, had released their debut label album, Middle of Nowhere. Isaac, Taylor, and Zac Hanson were in the middle of doing serious promotional work they'd appeared on the Late Show with David Letterman the night beforeand were set to perform a few acoustic songs at a record store in the mall.
Hosted by radio station Z, the event was expected to draw a few hundred people. But thousands of screaming pre-teen and teen fans—anywhere from to 10, of them—showed up. As the mall was shut down to accommodate the zealous crowd, it became clear that life for the three brothers was about to change.
Middle of Nowhere went on to sell more than 10 million copies worldwide, spawn two Billboard Hot singles, and earn Hanson three Grammy nominations. Isaac, Taylor, and Zac started Hanson back inafter they fell in love with classic rock and Motown from the late s and early '60s. Goode" and "Rockin' Robin.
One of their original songs was "MMMBop," a melancholy, mid-tempo song that the brothers recorded in and released independently in We made an [indie] album called Boomerang and we were working on another song and looking for a background part, and that background part later became the chorus for "MMMBop. Zac Hanson via Songfacts The verses were formed after the chorus had existed.
Isaac and I would be sitting in the living room—we took over the living room of our house as rehearsal space when we were kids, so we completely dominated the household—playing these very simple chord patterns.
Isaac Hanson via Noisey The song "MMMBop" is actually about holding on to things that really matter to you because there will be few things that last through your whole life. Hold on to the things that are precious to you because life is fleeting. And it happens to have a catchy little chorus, a little nonsensical, scatty thing.
The process of writing the song really came out of a very challenging moment as kids—deciding to play music. It was over the course of several different afternoons in our band setup in the living room. We were reflecting on what was very much happening in our world at the time, which was seeing how even as 12 and 14 year olds, friendships and relationships would come and go.
By performing at hundreds of local art fairs, block parties, and schools across the Midwest, Hanson built a fan base of a few thousand people. The band had a manager and attorney who pitched them to major labels, but nothing was happening—13 labels turned Hanson down, partly because their poppy, Jackson 5-esque sound was dated compared to the darker grunge music that was topping the charts in the early- and mid-'90s.
Greenberg traveled to Coffeyville, Kansas, to see the brothers perform at a festival, and Mercury Records soon signed the band.
Sounded like a hit, but more to the point, I had great faith in Steve's judgment. I loved the juxtaposition between the extremely joyous music and the dark lyrics. The entire album has dark lyrics, actually. But from the start, I realized this was a band that was addressing serious subjects.
I think the song survives in part because it was saying something real—you get a lot more out of it on the second, third listens when you really dive in. There was a real joy to it.
Kind of happiness in spite of what life brings. To me, the big thing was it sounded like a hit chorus. What was so unique about this band is that they were kids. And they were the real deal—they wrote and played the music. It was perfectly clear to me that Taylor was a songwriter and a burgeoning talent. I absolutely loved the family dynamic and the boys obviously loved playing together.
But it absolutely was them following what they saw in us, and what we thought we could do. We kind of had this pure, unadulterated ambition. Armed with a record deal, Hanson and their mother, father, and three younger siblings traveled from Tulsa to Los Angeles in the summer of At the Dust Brothers' studio in Silver Lake, Isaac, Taylor, and Zac experienced what it was like to collaborate with producers for the first time.
They started recording, increasing the tempo and using a Jackson 5-like rhythm. Greenberg also connected Hanson with a handful of collaborators, including producers and co-writers such as Desmond Child, Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil, and Clif Magness. When I first heard the demo tape of Hanson, it took me back to my childhood.
I would come home and lip-synch Jackson 5 songs every day after school as a little kid. I heard Hanson and thought, "Oh my God, this sounds like really cool music. My manager at the time put me in touch with Steve Greenberg. He then set up a writing session with myself and the band Their father sat in the room with us as we wrote the song, most of the time reading a book.
At one point, he stepped out to check up on his wife and three other children who were playing with my two children in the backyard. The strong thing we took away from walking into the room with other writers was you had to show right out of the gate to these extremely credible and gifted and experienced writers that they would be writing with you. I think it was daunting at first to sit in the room with people who wrote "On Broadway" and other completely epic and legendary songs.
But very quickly we earned respect from Barry and Cynthia simply through music, sitting in the room and sharing ideas.
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