Wednesday, October 8, 2008

JACKSON BROWNE - Nashville, TN 1978

Another week, another awesome Amoeba Music in-store show and signing with a Rock 'n' Roll Hall o' Famer. Living in greater Hollywood has its perks, lemme tell ya. Makes enduring all the loonies with tinfoil hats and pit bulls worthwhile...

At the moment, it happens to be Running on Empty -- Mr. Jackson Browne's album released in the last few weeks of 1977, and by far his most popular -- that I'm spinning regularly. Here's a fantastic show from that tour, taped two months after the album's release.

But the song that's really blasting my head is the great "Fountain of Sorrow", off 1974's Late for the Sky. Proceed directly to track 3 of this boot to hear the kind of tune they not...write anymore.

Municipal Auditorium - Nashville, TN - February 22, 1978 (SBD)


juck / ヨッシー said...

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Please link to my rock site.

Heli0tr0pe said...

Will do.

Anonymous said...

That Late for the Sky album was Browne's finest moment. It's great. Nice site, too.

Heli0tr0pe said...

Thanks for stopping by!

Anonymous said...

Dead links. Any chance for a re-up at this late stage?