Keith Monacchio - Meeting Across the River (Bruce Springsteen)

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from My Hometown: a Tribute to NJ, released July 23, 2013
A word form the artist:

My favorite track off of "Born To Run". I remember hearing this one blasting from my older brothers room when I was seven.

I listened at the door (cause he didn't want his 7 year old brother hanging out in his room). I really didn't understand the subject matter at all but I knew that they were doing something that was bad.. I also, was confused that the girl in the song's name was "Cherry". I thought cherry was only a flavor of Italian ice, not someone's actual name.

Anyway, as I got older I started to understand the story. I think what I like best about the song is the desperation in the lyric. These guys are out of options and need money. Doesn't matter how they get it. They're doing what they have to do, regardless what the consequences may be?

- Keith Monacchio


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FDR Label is the small NJ indie label with the big power pop heart. Formed in 1996, FDR Label is known for wildly popular tribute CDs to the Replacements, The Who, and the 80s movie tribute, High School Reunion.

Releases have featured Guided By Voices, Frank Black, Matthew Sweet, Pat Dinizio, The Bigger Lovers, Bastards of Melody, The Successful Failures, the Dipsomaniacs, Taggart, and many more.
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