Bruce Springsteen - Racing In The Street: The Bruce Springsteen Reader

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  • 434 Pages
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  • Originally Released: 2005
  • Publisher: Penguin Books

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For over three decades, Bruce Springsteen's ability to express in words and music the deepest hopes, fears, loves, and sorrows of average Americans has made him a hero to his many devoted fans. Racing in the Street is the first comprehensive collection of writings about Springsteen, featuring fifty of the most insightful, revealing, famous, and infamous articles, interviews, reviews, and other writings about "The Boss." Beginning with Peter Knobler and Greg Mitchell's 1973 article, "Who is Bruce Springsteen and Why Are We Saying All These Wonderful Things About Him?" for Crawdaddy! magazine, this nostalgic journey through the music of a rock 'n' roll legend chronicles every album and each stage of Springsteen's career. It's all here - Dave Marsh's Rolling Stone review of Springsteen's ten sold-out Bottom Line shows in 1975 in New York City, Jay Cocks's and Maureen Orth's dueling Time and Newsweek cover stories, George Will's gross misinterpretation of Springsteen's message on his Born in the U.S.A. tour, and Will Percy's 1998 interview for DoubleTake, plus much, much more. Racing in the Street is an exciting look at the career of an American rock icon.

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For more than three decades, Bruce Springsteen’s ability to express in words and music the deepest hopes, fears, loves, and sorrows of average Americans has made him a hero to his millions of devoted fans. Racing in the Street is the first comprehensive collection of writings about Springsteen, featuring the most insightful, revealing, famous, and infamous articles, interviews, reviews, and other writings. This nostalgic journey through the career of a rock-’n’-roll legend chronicles every album and each stage of Springsteen’s career. It’s all here—Dave Marsh’s Rolling Stone review of Springsteen’s ten sold-out Bottom Line shows in 1975 in New York City, Jay Cocks’s and Maureen Orth’s dueling Time and Newsweek cover stories, George Will’s gross misinterpretation of Springsteen’s message on his Born in the USA tour, and Will Percy’s 1999 interview for Double Take, plus much, much more.

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  • Sales Rank: 20,762
  • ISBN: 0142003549
  • EAN: 9780142003541
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