Music review: Bruce Springsteen's Chapter and Verse
Chapter and Verse, the audio companion to Bruce Springsteen's extraordinary forthcoming autobiography, will be released four days before his autobiography on 23 September 2016 on Columbia Records through Sony Music Entertainment Australia.
The career-spanning compilation die-hard fans will adore contains five never released tracks including Ballad of Jesse James (1972) and You Can't Judge a Book by the Cover (1967), along with classics such as Born to Run (1975) and Born in the U.S.A (1984) fans will love.
The album package will include lyrics and rare photos of Springsteen. Pre-order it here today!
With a unique creative vision Springsteen selected the songs on Chapter and Verse to reflect the themes and sections of his biography Born to Run.
The compilation begins with two tracks from The Castiles, and ends with the title track from 2012's Wrecking Ball. The collected songs trace Springsteen's musical history from its earliest days, telling a story that parallels the one in the book.
Chapter and Verse will be available as a single CD and double LP, as well as via digital download and streaming.
Cherie’s final verdict: This is a historical musical outing by journeyman Bruce Springsteen, a "must get" for all fans.
Springsteen's autobiography Born to Run
If you love to read and are fascinated with the ‘Glory Days’ then Springsteen’s upcoming 500-page autobiography, Born to Run, set for release in hardcover, e-book and audio editions by Simon & Schuster on 27th September, is a must-read.
“In a project like this, the writer has made one promise, to show the reader his mind. In these pages, I’ve tried to do this.” - Bruce Springsteen
Springsteen has been privately writing his autobiography over the past seven years. He began scribbling down the fascinating stories of his life in 2009, after performing with the E Street Band at the Super Bowl’s halftime show. Born To Run is available for pre-order here.
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