Neues Buch: Bruce Springsteen – The Stories Behind the Songs

Am 1. Februar 2019 erscheint das neue Buch “Bruce Springsteen – The Stories Behind the Songs” von Brian Hiatt.

Das 288 Seiten starke Buch wird von “Carlton Books” weltweit vertrieben und gewährt dem Leser einen detaillierten Einblick in Bruce Springsteens Songwriting. Brian Hiatt unterhielt sich mit vielen Musikern wie Roy Bittan, Nils Lofgren, Tom Morello sowie David Sancious. Darüber hinaus führte der Autor ausserdem aufschlussreiche Interviews mit Bruce Springsteens erstem Manager Mike Appel, dem Aufnahmetechniker Bob Clearmountain sowie den Produzenten Ron Aniello, Jimmy Iovine, Louis Lahav und Chuck Plotkin.

Der Autor Brian Hiatt stammt aus New York City und schreibt seit vielen Jahren für das “Rolling Stone Magazine”. Ausserdem verfasste er bereits das Buch “A Portrait of Bowie: A Tribute to Bowie by His Artistic Collaborators and Contemporaries”.

“Bruce Springsteen – The Stories Behind the Songs” kann auf Amazon.de oder im Stonepony Shop bestellt werden.

Produktbeschreibung:

Packed full of insightful stories from Springsteen’s long career, Bruce Springsteen: The Stories Behind the Songs takes a detailed look at each and every one of Springsteen’s album tracks, providing a unique look at this rock legend’s method, and includes many anecdotes and insights into the great American singer/songwriter.
This is the first book to cover every officially released track, from hits to obscurities, from 1974’s Greetings From Asbury Park, N.J. to 2014’s High Hopes. Hiatt provides an exhaustive, meaningful and unique look at the writing, recording and significance of Springsteen’s singular catalogue of songs. He draws on previously unseen interview material with Bruce himself, as well as many important people involved in the recording process over the years, including Roy Bittan, Nils Lofgren, David Sancious, Mike Appel, Bob Clearmountain, Ron Aniello, Jimmy Iovine, Louis Lahav, Chuck Plotkin, Tom Morello and Larry Alexander.
Brian Hiatt is a Senior Writer for Rolling Stone magazine, where he started in 2004 as an Associate Editor. He has written 54 Rolling Stone cover stories so far – the second-highest total for any writer in the magazine’s history. He was previously on staff at Entertainment Weekly and its website, EW.com, as well as at MTV News. He shared the Scripps Howard National Journalism award in 2000 for an investigation of the riots at Woodstock in 1999. He has interviewed Bruce Springsteen five times, including for the artist’s most recent Rolling Stone cover story.

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