Circa ‘Nebraska,’ Monmouth County, New Jersey, 1982: We did several different location shots for Nebraska.
Corvette Winter,” Haddonfield, New Jersey, 1978: It was in 1978 during the Darkness sessions, the first day he came to my house in an old white ’58 Chevy pickup truck.
Darkness on the Edge of Town’ photo session, 1978: I saw that shirt in a store and it reminded me of Bob Dylan’s ‘Highway 61 Revisited’ album cover.
The Indian King,” Haddonfield, New Jersey, 1978: It was freezing cold, it was February. He wore this flannel shirt and this little leather jacket. And I’m bundled up in a big coat.
Live at the Spectrum, Philadelphia, 1978: It’s called “Leap of Faith.” I had seen several concerts … and I kind of knew Bruce’s choreography on what was going to happen.
Shellow’s Luncheonette, East Camden, New Jersey, 1978: A great old place that no longer exists. Bill [Shellow, the owner of Shellow’s] had this really cool luncheonette with pine walls.
The Smiling Parking Meter,” East Camden, New Jersey, 1978: That was outside of Shellow’s Luncheonette.
The River’ Cover Shoot: The Darkness sessions actually went at least four days – three days in Haddonfield and one day in NYC.
With the E Street Band at Shellow’s Luncheonette: I was going for that [gang camaraderie]. You don’t get seven people in a booth like that; it’s just not done.