Bound For Glory is the funny, cynical and down-to-earth autobiography of music legend Woody Guthrie, the founder of modern American folk music. He writes about growing up in an Oklahoma oil-boom town, the Depression and Dust Bowl that followed, and his subsequent travels in, on and under trains, in stolen cars and on his feet with nothing but a guitar on his back. For generations of Americans, Guthrie incarnated the artist as a free-spirited, ramblin’ man and served as a direct inspiration to some of the greatest musicians of all time—Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, Bruce Springsteen and the Grateful Dead just to name a few.
This paperback edition of Bound For Glory is stamped Sul Ross English Dept., but it could easily be yours next. Signs of wear are consistent with age, but seems to be in overall good condition.
- Bound For Glory paperback
- Stamped “Sul Ross English Dept.”
- Publication date: 1970
- Wear consistent with age
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