Rick Rubin & Malcolm Gladwell Interview Bruce Springsteen | Broken Record

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  • November 2, 2020
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Describing Bruce Springsteen as a great American singer/songwriter is a massive understatement. He is The Boss, and at this point, five decades into his remarkable career, Bruce Springsteen is a national treasure.

His voice is unmistakable. Classic anthems like, “Born to Run,” “Hungry Heart,” and “Jungleland,” defined the American working-class psyche in the ‘70s and ‘80s.

Today, Bruce has reached rarefied air. He’s sold more than 150 million albums worldwide and he’s won 20 Grammys. And at 71 years-old, there’s still no stopping him.

He recorded his latest album, “Letter To You,” with the E Street Band in just five days. The album dives deep into the theme of loss, and also includes three songs that Bruce wrote 50 years ago.

In this interview with Malcolm Gladwell and Rick Rubin, Bruce Springsteen talks about how his Irish and Italian sides have physically manifested into songs over the years. He also describes the moment when Barack Obama gave him the idea for his intimate Broadway show. And how listening to Born To Run 45 years after it was released made Bruce realize just how good he really is.

Hear the extended interview with full music performances: http://podcasts.pushkin.fm/broken-record-bruce-springsteen?sid=yt

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