Watch Bruce Springsteen Perform 'Thunder Road' Over 41 Years of Performances

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Bruce Springsteen performing in the 1980s in New York.

This year marks 41 years of Bruce Springsteen singing "Thunder Road," the opening track off his classic 1975 album Born to Run. To celebrate, one fan has compiled footage of him performing the track throughout the years in all different incarnations. 

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The five-and-a-half minute video opens with Springsteen's harmonica intro from the Hammersmith Odeon in London and includes clips from performances from all across the world -- from New York to Milan to Stockholm and more -- mostly playing with the E Street Band but sometimes playing solo with guitar and even piano. 

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"In this video, I wanted to explore how a song like Thunder Road has changed, not only in the way Springsteen performs it, but also how its meaning evolves with an older person singing," wrote the video's creator Phil Whitehead with his post. "I also wanted to look the evolution of live recordings, both professional and homemade."

Watch the supercut here:

Bruce Springsteen: 41 Years on Thunder Road from Phil Whitehead on Vimeo.