Plethora Of Pop
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The Night in 1984 That Changed My Life Forever

I became one of “those who had seen him”

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I have written on multiple occasions that one of the pivotal moments in my life came at nine years old when, in August of 1975, the Born to Run album was released. On that occasion I had a St. Paul-like, Road-to-Damascus experience during which the scales fell from my eyes. At the time, I didn’t think it could get…

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Paul Combs

Paul Combs

Writer, bookseller, would-be roadie for the E Street Band. My ultimate goal is to make books as popular in Texas as high school football...it may take a while.

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