Tramps like Us: Music & Meaning among Springsteen Fans

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Appendix B
Bruce Springsteen, American Discography (Major Works)
Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J. 1973. Blinded by the Light; Growin' Up; Mary Queen of Arkansas; Does This Bus Stop at 82nd Street?; Lost in the Flood; The Angel; For You; Spirit in the Night; It's Hard to Be a Saint in the City. CD Columbia CK 31903.
The Wild, the Innocent, and the E Street Shuffle. 1973. The E Street Shuffle; 4th of July, Asbury Park (Sandy); Kitty's Back; Wild Billy's Circus Story; Incident on 57th Street; Rosalita (Come Out Tonight); New York City Serenade. CD Columbia CK 32432.
Born to Run. 1975. Thunder Road; Tenth Avenue Freeze-out; Night; Backstreets; Born to Run; She's the One; Meeting across the River; Jungleland. CD Columbia CK 33795.
Darkness on the Edge of Town. 1978. Badlands; Adam Raised a Cain; Something in the Night; Candy's Room; Racing in the Street; The Promised Land; Factory; Streets of Fire; Prove It All Night; Darkness on the Edge of Town. CD Columbia CK 35318.
The River. 1980. The Ties That Bind; Sherry Darling; Jackson Cage; Two Hearts; Independence Day; Hungry Heart; Out in the Street; Crush on You; You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch); I Wanna Marry You; The River; Point Blank; Cadillac Ranch; I'm a Rocker; Fade Away; Stolen Car; Ramrod; The Price You Pay; Drive All Night; Wreck on the Highway. CD Columbia C2K 36854.
Nebraska. 1982. Nebraska; Atlantic City; Mansion on the Hill; Johnny 99; Highway Patrolman; State Trooper; Used Cars; Open All Night; My Father's House; Reason to Believe. CD Columbia CK 38358.
Born in the USA. 1984. Born in the USA; Cover Me; Darlington County; Working on the Highway; Downbound Train; I'm on Fire; No Surrender; Bobby Jean; I'm Goin' Down; Glory Days; Dancing in the Dark; My Hometown. CD Columbia CK 38653.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgements xi
  • Contents xv
  • Introduction - Studying Fandom 3
  • 1 - Does Anybody Have Any Faith Out There Tonight? 22
  • 2 - Touched by the Music 38
  • 3 - Ignoring the Music Business 60
  • 4 - Fans in the Audience Performance and the Politics of Participation 86
  • 5 - Listening and Learning 108
  • 6 - Musically Shaping the Self 134
  • 7 - Belonging Together 158
  • Conclusion - Toward an Experience-Near Understanding of Popular Music 184
  • Postscript 190
  • Appendix A Springsteen Fan Questionnaire 195
  • Appendix B - Bruce Springsteen, American Discography (major Works) 199
  • Notes 201
  • References 205
  • Index 217
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