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"It is a magnificent album that pays off on every bet ever placed on him—and it should crack his future wide open." - Rolling Stone, on the 1975 release of Bruce Springsteen’s album Born To Run.
Photographer Eric Meola was hired thirty years ago to do a photo shoot which resulted in the iconic rock n’ roll album Born to Run. This magnificent book recreates that photography session, contains all of Bruce’s lyrics, and includes an introduction by distinguished popular music writer Daniel Wolff.
Bruce Springsteen is one of the most important songwriters and performers of the last three decades. Born to Run is the album that put Bruce Springsteen on the cover of both Newsweek and Time. It is a timeless snapshot of Americana—all sweaty, high energy, and tuned to a carnival-like level. For many critics of the day, Born to Run made Springsteen the most important artist of his generation. It was this album that Springsteen’s songs first portrayed a glorious yet very real side of the American Dream.
In this book, Eric Meola shares the photographic alternates and outtakes, most for the very first time, in stunning black- and-white quadratones, more than thirty years after the album’s release. In addition to the many never-before –seen photographs, here for the first time and in one place are all of the lyrics from this iconic American album.
The Limited Edition features: 1,350 numbered copies, clamshell box, and signed photograph
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A self-taught photographer, Eric Meola opened his own studio in 1971; by 1975, he photographed the cover for Bruce Springsteen’s album Born to Run and began shooting major advertising campaigns as well. For more than twenty years he has done editorial and corporate photography for major clients and agencies. In 1983, he joined The Image Bank stock photo agency. Meola’s photographs are included in the archive of the American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP), the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C., the International Center of Photography in New York, the George Eastman House and the Museum of Modern Art in Munich.
Daniel Wolff is a poet and author of the award-winning You Send Me: The Life and Times of Sam Cooke and The Memphis Blues Again, and a Grammy nominee. His work has appeared in Vogue, The Nation, Doubletake, and his poetry in the Paris Review, the Partisan Review and the Threepenny Review.
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Book Description Insight Editions, 2006. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1933784083