Out today (December 14th) is the official soundtrack to Bruce Springsteen's Tony Award-winning production Springsteen On Broadway. On Saturday (December 15th), Springsteen On Broadway will premiere on Netflix coinciding with the show's 236th and final show at Manhattan's Walter Kerr Theatre.

The official press release for the album reads in part, "(The album consists) of the complete audio from the upcoming Springsteen On Broadway Netflix release, the soundtrack album will be available on four LP's or two CD's as well as a digital download and on streaming services."

The hit show is based on Springsteen's best-selling memoir Born To Run and features "The Boss" telling stories from the book between the show's songs performed on both piano and guitar -- with wife Patti Scialfa appearing on two songs. On the Springsteen On Broadway soundtrack album, each of these stories appears as its own track, labeled as an "introduction" prior to the respective song.

Bruce Springsteen admits that over 50 years into his performing career, whether it's a festival crowd of 200,000 or a club gig in front of 75 people, hitting the stage has never failed to excite and inspire him: "It's like you come out and you fall in love every night in some way. When you're doing it right, it's like a rebirth, y'know? It's not a repetition -- it's a renewal -- so that involves something happening every night for the first time. And, amazingly enough, it's like your first kiss in that there's something in playing. There were thousands of other times, but still when you come out there's some element of the first time that's very, very present. And it keeps you very open and present and it's what people feel."

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