Born to Run: Biography - Book Two: Born To Run - Chapters 29-36 Summary & Analysis

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Bruce writes Born To Run with the goal of shaping classic rock imagery into something fresh. When it comes time to record, he, the band, and Mike struggle to get the right sound. The Born To Run single is released but, after several failed recording sessions, the team can't seem to get the record done. Part of the problem is that their recording equipment "regularly [goes] on the fritz" (211). With his "'masterpiece' going nowhere," Bruce knows they need help (211).

Outside a gig in Massachusetts, Bruce runs into Jon Landau who had written a previous rave review of his work. In a digression from that narrative, Bruce discusses the importance of longevity in the music industry. He argues that one needs to develop craft and creative intelligence to sustain a long career. He believes "there is something to...

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