1. Bruce Springsteen, in a conversation with Ed Norton, on the timing of Darkness on the Edge of Town’s release:   “I think Darkness came out of a place where I was afraid of losing myself. I had the first taste of success [with Born to Run],  so you realize it’s possible for your talent to be co-opted and for  your identity to be moved and shifted in ways that you may not have been  prepared for. I was the only person I’d ever met who had a record  contract. None of the E Street Band, as far as I know, had been on an  airplane until Columbia sent us to Los Angeles.” View in High-Res

    Bruce Springsteen, in a conversation with Ed Norton, on the timing of Darkness on the Edge of Town’s release:   “I think Darkness came out of a place where I was afraid of losing myself. I had the first taste of success [with Born to Run], so you realize it’s possible for your talent to be co-opted and for your identity to be moved and shifted in ways that you may not have been prepared for. I was the only person I’d ever met who had a record contract. None of the E Street Band, as far as I know, had been on an airplane until Columbia sent us to Los Angeles.”

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