When Born to Run: The Bruce Springsteen Story was first published in 1979, the publisher hoped that it would sell 15, 000 copies. It would end up selling a miraculous 150, 000 copies-becoming the first rock 'n' roll best seller ever. It was a landmark book, virtually creating the genre of the rock book a going on to be translated into five foreign languages. Born to Run, reprinted now with a new introduction, combines a biography, a fan's notes, a photo book, an analysis of the biz, a an annotated discography cum touring chronology to make the most encyclopedic exploration into Bruce Springsteen's life a the rock 'n' roll world available. Dave Marsh is perhaps the best-known rock critic in the country. He is the founding editor of Creem a has been a contributing editor of Rolling Stone since 1975. His syndicated record reviews have appeared in more than 200 newspapers, a his articles have appeared in The New York Times, The Village Voice, The Nation, a TV Guide. He is also the author of The Rolling Stone Record Guide, co-author of The Book of Rock Lists, a contributor to The Illustrated History of Rock a Roll.When Born to Run: The Bruce Springsteen Story was first published in 1979, the publisher hoped that it would sell 15, 000 copies.
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