Bruce Springsteen, Known as the 'The Boss' to many, has his new Documentary coming to Apple TV+ on October 23
Apple is proud to announce that Bruce Springsteen fans around the world will get a behind-the-scenes look at the iconic artist’s creative process in the documentary feature film, "Bruce Springsteen’s Letter to You," from Apple Original Films, premiering Friday, October 23 exclusively on Apple TV+.
The feature-length vérité documentary arrives the same day as Springsteen's new album "Letter To You," and features full performances from the E Street Band, in-studio footage, never-before-seen archival material, and a deeper look into "Letter To You" from Springsteen himself.
The "Bruce Springsteen’s Letter to You" documentary captures Springsteen recording of his latest album by the same name. Live with the full E Street Band, the documentary includes final take performances of ten originals from the new record. The film is a tribute to the E Street Band, to rock music itself, and to the role it has played in Springsteen's life. Below is just a quick peek from the documentary.
"Letter To You" is Springsteen's first studio album recorded live and together with the E Street Band since 1984's "Born In The U.S.A." Both the album and companion documentary include recently written Springsteen songs side by side with legendary but previously unreleased compositions from the 1970s. Throughout the documentary, Springsteen shares his thoughts and feelings behind "Letter To You," and puts the new music into the context of his entire body of work. In that way, it's the next piece in the autobiographical series that began with the memoir "Born to Run," continued with "Springsteen on Broadway" and advanced through his film "Western Stars."
Bruce Springsteen's Born to Run Album was my favorite for years and miss the great Claris Clemons that added a lot of soul and excitement to tunes like 'Born to Run' and and his classic 'Jungleland' sax solo' as presented in the video below. Springsteen's sound was never the same without Clemons. I hope that Springsteen's new album could bring back some of the magic long lost.
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