Leo Brady reviews “Bruce Springsteen’s Letter to You” on AMovieGuy.com

With the release of his rock documentary Western Stars last year and now Bruce Springsteen’s Letter to You, I think Bruce Springsteen might be the greatest therapist I’ve ever had. He’s a legend of music, a poet, somewhat in the vein of Bob Dylan, but in his own rugged, East Coast steel worker way. And his work and his words have carried more weight as he ages. That is what he’s been doing with these last two albums, both paired with live music documentaries, capturing live recordings, or in this case, capturing the E Street band making the magic happen in the studio. Bruce Springsteen’s Letter to You is a gift for the fans of his music, but it’s actually a somber, and introspective exercise about life and what comes after. It’s obvious that Bruce Springsteen has been thinking a lot about living these days and he lays it all out on the table with Letter to You.


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