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Bruce Springsteen’s Memoir Beautifully Picks Apart His Own Masculinity

In performances in the early- and mid-1970s, Bruce Springsteen sometimes played “Wings for Wheels,” an early version of what would become his famous rock-and-roll romance, “Thunder Road.” The most famous rendition of the song, preserved as part of a well-circulated concert bootleg, was in 1975, when 25-year-old Bruce played The ... More »
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