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Jackson Browne Tribute Album: In 72 I was 14

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I’ve loved Jackson Browne since he filled my teenage angst life with a soundtrack back in the very early 1970s.  in 72 I was 14 and a way too short and baby like a boy to be anything but seldom taken seriously enough by that baffling other sex and Browne, who certainly was taken seriously enough by that other sex,  lived out worlds of love and breakups and sad smile ladies standing and staring miles away with eyes like windows to another age. 

Or if you prefer, science fiction.

Over the decades I’ve  gone on and off him but his Beacon Theater set (where Bruce Springsteen came out for a song) in 2004 stands as as great an achievement as he ever has managed. Plus? “These Days” (first recorded by his ex-girlfriend Nico) written when he was SIXTEEN!! is alone is now part of the great rock singer songwriter pantheon and he has many many others.

Which is why the names on this tribute album, Looking Into You: A Tribute To Jackson Browne, his me as a little, how you say, middle class. Still, what price Bruce and Patti covering “Linda Paolma” or Licinda Williams “The Pretender”? Sounds enticing right?

Here is the track list

Disk One

1. These Days – Don Henley w/ Blind Pilot
2. Everywhere I Go – Bonnie Raitt and David Lindley
3. Running On Empty – Bob Schneider
4. Fountain Of Sorrow – Indigo Girls
5. Doctor My Eyes – Paul Thorn
6. For Everyman – Jimmy LaFave
7. Barricades Of Heaven – Griffin House
8. Our Lady Of The Well – Lyle Lovett
9. Jamaica Say You Will – Ben Harper
10. Before The Deluge – Eliza Gilkyson
11. For A Dancer – Venice
12. Looking Into You – Kevin Welch

Disk Two

1. Rock Me On The Water – Keb’ Mo’
2. The Pretender – Lucinda Williams
3. Rosie – Lyle Lovett
4. Something Fine – Karla Bonoff
5. Too Many Angels – Marc Cohn feat. Joan As Police Woman
6. Your Bright Baby Blues – Sean and Sara Watkins
7. Linda Paloma – Bruce Springsteen and Patti Scialfa
8. Call It A Loan – Shawn Colvin
9. I’m Alive – Bruce Hornsby
10. Late For The Sky – Joan Osborne
11. My Opening Farewell – JD Souther

 

 

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