Isle of WightFestival of Music
17. Rolling Stone reviewer Greil Marcus described this song’s original album as “a ’57 Chevy running on melted-down Crystals records” and it appeared in acoustic form on the Chimes of Freedom EP thirteen years later. Peaking at number 23 on the charts, the locales it describes include an amusement complex on the Jersey shore named the Palace and US Highway 9. Promoting a freedom-or-perish ethos, this song addressed to Wendy employs such imagistic lyrics as riding “through mansions of glory in suicide machines.” FTP, what was this title track of a 1975 Bruce Springsteen album?