Bruce Springsteen: The Ultimate Compendium of Interviews, Articles, Facts, and Opinions From the Files of Rolling Stone

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Hyperion, Oct 24, 1996 - Biography & Autobiography - 368 pages
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The Rolling Stone Files is the ultimate collection of articles, facts, and opinions spanning Bruce Springsteen's entire history, featuring interviews, thoughts, and reflections from the Boss in his own words. The book is part biography, part autobiography, part insightful rock history--an incredible tribute to the Everyman of rock, one of its most beloved and enduring icons.

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Fourth in the "Rolling Stone Files" series (the others covered U2, Neil Young, and REM), this book presents the life and career of Bruce Springsteen through a chronological arrangement of the many ... Read full review

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