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Jackson Browne- The Pretender 40th Anniversary

The critical rave reviews for Browne’s fourth effort, 1976’s The Pretender, were still coming in for the acclaimed Southern California singer/ songwriter when Jackson found himself to be a new first-time dad, a suddenly single parent, and a widower from the suicide of his first wife…

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Jackson Browne- The Pretender 40th Anniversary

Rave reviews for Browne’s fourth effort, 1976’s The Pretender, were still coming in when Jackson found himself to be a new first-time dad, a suddenly single parent, and a widower from the suicide of his wife.

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Jackson Browne-Lives in the Balance-Looking East

After 1978’s Running on Empty  (covered separately elsewhere here In the Studio), Jackson Browne deftly used his superstar celebrity to send #1 hits up the Pop Chart (‘Somebody’s Baby”) as well as romantic mid-tempo laments (“In the Shape of a Heart”), the personal (“Sky Blue and Black”), the political (“Lives in the Balance”), and the […]

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Jackson Browne-Two of Me,Two of You-unreleased solo Los Angeles 1994

In February 1994  I had the pleasure to interview Jackson Browne again  in a Los Angeles recording studio, so shortly before the session we asked his manager if Jackson would oblige us with an acoustic performance. “No, probably not, he’s totally anal retentive and obsessive about any performance being perfect,” was the reply.” Plus he’s […]

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Jackson Browne-Running On Empty 35th anniversary

In 1977, highly-acclaimed Southern California singer/songwriter Jackson Browne found himself to be a new dad, a suddenly single parent, and a widower following the suicide of his wife. Conventional wisdom would assume that any one of those three challenges alone could require  an entertainer to put his or her career on hold indefinitely in order […]

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Neil Young-Harvest 45th Anniversary

Neil Young delivered “Harvest”, his most popular and , perhaps, most influential album in February 1972. Only Bob Dylan’s groundbreaking “Nashville Skyline”… the touchstones for the whole Americana musical genre.

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