In January 1982, Bruce Springsteen, then thirty two years old and an established rock star, recorded a set of demos in his New Jersey bedroom for what was intended to be his follow up to The River, a double album issued in 1980 which had reached the top of the US Billboard.
All parties involved had grand expectations for this new album, and these demo recordings, including, as they did, Born In The USA , which was to become Bruce Springsteen’s signature hit only a few years later, promised an impressive album.
In Heart Of Darkness: Bruce Springsteen’s Nebraska, David Burke explores the album from a multitude of angles. From the nature of the material itself and the history of American folk music which foretold it, to the legacy and influence on later generations of musicians.
The book takes an in-depth look at a record whose very existence defied the commercial and corporate nature of the music industry yet which has proved itself to be a timeless classic.
Win a copy Heart of Darkness: Bruce Springsteen’s Nebraska by David Burke
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What year did Bruce Springsteen record demos on a 4-track portastudio that would later be released as the album Nebraska?
Submit your entries to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: ‘Nebraska Comp’ (other subject lines will not be entered) with your full name, address & contact number.
This competition ends on 3oth October 2012.
The editor will randomly choose one winner from the correct answers. The editor’s choice is final.
Heart Of Darkness – Bruce Springsteen’s Nebraska by David Burke is published by Cherry Red Books.