Clinton Heylin, “E Street Shuffle: The Glory Days of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band” 
2012 | ISBN: 1780335792, 1780338686 | 420 pages | EPUB | 3 MB


Bruce Springsteen is one of the most important and controversial rock stars of our times: this is the story of the man – a complex, poetic loner whose albums went on to sell 18 million copies – and the band that gave his inner vision a punch and a swagger. Clinton Heylin has written the most factually accurate, informative book on Springsteen to date. As in Heylin’s definitive Bob Dylan title Revolution in the Air, E Street Shuffle will focus on Bruce Springsteen and his work: the songs he’s written, the way they were recorded, how they sounded live. Heylin also has unparalleled access to the people around Springsteen: current and former members of the E Street Band; CBS A&R personnel; Springsteen’s ‘New Dylan’ contemporaries, as well as fellow Asbury Park musicians and scenesters, and rock critics. This is the essential book for any fan of the Boss. Praise for Clinton Heylin: “Arguably the world’s greatest rock biographer.” – The Irish Independent. “The only Dylanologist worth reading.” – The New York Times.


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