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RS spends quality time with Tom Morello, Stevie Nicks, Questlove, Kiss and more
When Stevie Met Bruce
After we talked with Stevie Nicks, she ran into Bruce Springsteen in the crowded hallway. “You sang fabulous,” Bruce told her. “You sang fabulous, and you looked fabulous.” As he walked away, Nicks grinned like a teenage Beatles fan.
Bruce Springsteen and Little Steven, Asbury Park, NJ, Stone Pony, 1987, Native American/Sun City
You can’t hear a thing, but my god is he beautiful.
Springsteen told the Observer Music Monthly January 2009 the story behind this song, which concerns a man pining over a check out girl. He explained: “They opened up this big, beautiful supermarket near where we lived. Patti and I would go down, and I remember walking through the aisles - I hadn’t been in one in a while - and I thought this place is spectacular… it’s a fantasy land! And then I started to get into it. I started looking around and hmmm - the subtext in here is so heavy! It’s like, ‘Do people really want to shop in this store or do they just want to screw on the floor?’” [laughs]
Springsteen added: “In the States they’re sort of shameless, the bounty in them is overflowing. So the sexual subtext in the supermarket; well, perhaps, it’s just twisted me.”
Springsteen concluded: “I’m telling you, it’s there! So I came home, said: ‘Wow, the supermarket is fantastic, it’s my new favorite place. And I’m going to write a song about it!’ If there’s a supermarket and all these things are there, well, there has to be a queen. And if you go there, of course there is. There’s millions of them, so it’s kind of a song about finding beauty where it’s ignored or where it’s passed by.”