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"[21] Pat Carty in Hot Press described the album as a "heartbreaking yet life-affirmingly beautiful record - both elegiac and warm, a trick few others, if any, could pull off. It was also met with widespread acclaim from critics, who found the music elegiac and evocative of the American West. "[18], Some reviewers had reservations about the album. [25], Reviewing for Rolling Stone in May 2019, Will Hermes said that, while several songs "straddle the classic and the cliché", the album's music "evokes country-tinged California pop from the Sixties and Seventies, sounding like nothing [Springsteen]'s done before". The film stars Kevin Kline, Scott Glenn, Danny Glover and Kevin Costner as the four friends on whom the whole movie is based while the supporting cast includes Brian Dennehy, Rosanna Arquette, John Cleese, Jeff Goldblum and Linda Hunt. The set is now known as Cerro Pelon Ranch. "[27] Ludovic Hunter-Tilney issued different complaints in his review for the Financial Times, being especially critical of the record's roots rock and orchestral pop setting. “We’re always looking for a fresh way to continue the conversation with your audience, so the last five years have been the some of the most creative years in my life,” Springsteen said. It would be incredibly easy to capture Springsteen’s energy in a concert film and we will see many tributes to his life and career in documentary form in years to come, but this work is focused, lyrical, and personal in ways that accompany the album instead of just trying to market or recreate it. "[15] The songs were also regarded by Alexis Petridis as "strong enough to withstand the treatment" and rarely reducing themselves to pastiches of "the grownup American pop of Glen Campbell's collaborations with Jimmy Webb or Harry Nilsson's [recordings] of 'Everybody's Talkin'' and 'I Guess the Lord Must Be in New York City'." The rocker addressed the audience at the Metrograph before the movie played. [5][6] The album's third single, "Tucson Train", was released on May 30, along with a music video directed by Thom Zimny. It was produced by Ron Aniello, who worked with Springsteen on his two previous albums: Wrecking Ball (2012) and High Hopes (2014). The Western film shows a story of four guys and their meetings with some goons. Jeff Goldblum, Rosanna Arquette, Ray Baker, Lynn Whitfield, and Jeff Fahey in pivotal roles.

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However, he believed Springsteen was trying to put across the message that "America used to be better", which the critic said brings to question in what manner will fans receive the musician's nostalgia for America's past: "How many of his faithful will blame it on the rich and how many on the young?