Clive Davis "The Soundtrack of my life"
If Columbia Records hadn't signed
in the early 1970s, there's a chance The Boss could have just been a small-stakes act, playing gigs around Asbury Park.
But music history would, of course, unfold differently. And Springsteen wasn't the first or the last huge success for Clive Davis, the man at the helm of Columbia Records at the time. Over more than four decades in the music industry, Davis helped make household names (and, in some cases, icons) out of
Davis shares personal stories about his life and career in his new memoir,
The Soundtrack of My Life
, and he spoke about it with NPR's Don Gonyea. Click the audio link on this page to hear the radio version, and read more of their conversation
2/24/2013 08:00:00 am
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