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Book: Walk Like a Man
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Robert Wiersema has been a Springsteen fan since he was a teenager. By most definitions, he's a fanatic, like most of us: following tours to see multiple shows, watching set lists develop in real time via the Internet, ordering bootlegs from shady vendors in Italy. He's grown up with Springsteen's music as the soundtrack to his life, beginning with his working-class youth in rural British Columbia and continuing on through dreams of escape, falling in love, and becoming a father.
Walk Like a Man: Coming of Age with the Music of Bruce Springsteen is liner notes for a mix tape, a frank and inventive blend of biography, music criticism, and memoir over the course of 14 tracks. Like the best mix tapes, it balances joy and sorrow, laughter seasoning the dark-night-of-the-soul questions that haunt us all. Wiersema's book is the story of a man becoming a man (despite getting a little lost along the way), and of the man and the music that have accompanied him on his journey.
Softcover, 196 pp.