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Jackson Browne — Late For The Sky
Album: Late For The Sky
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Released: 1974
Length: 5:30
Plays (last 30 days): 0
The words had all been spoken
and somehow the feeling still wasnt right
and still we continued through the night
tracing our steps from the beginning
until they vanished into the air
Trying to understand how our lives had led us there

Looking hard into your eyes
there was nobody I'd ever known
such an empty surprise
to feel so alone

Now for me some words come easy
but i know that they don't mean that much
Compared with the things that are said when lovers touch
you never knew what I loved in you
i don't know what you loved in me
maybe the picture of somebody you were hoping i might be

Awake again I can't pretend
and i know I'm alone and close to the end
of the feeling we've known

How long have I been sleeping
how long have i been drifting alone through the night
how long have i been dreaming I could make it right
if I closed my eyes and tried with all my might
to be the the one you need

Awake again I can't pretend
and i know I'm alone and close to the end
of the feeling we've known

How long have i been sleeping
how long have i been drifting alone through the night
how long have I been running for that morning flight
throught thte whispered promises and the changing light
Of the bed where we both lie
Late For The Sky
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damn this is one sweet song

damn

(sniff back some tears) man so long since I've held her, aww  hell  JB you got me going way back ...

thanks
 Fiji5555 wrote:
I have this album and I never play it. Beautiful tunes and very sad lyrics, who needs that? I've moved on.

 
Right—It is a little more than I can take 40 plus years later. Having said that, this song is a masterwork.
Can't keep myself from singing harmony through the whole album ... memorized the words years ago.  Great stuff!
 hallogallo wrote:

A significant album from my formative years.  It still resonates ...




  I strongly agree,this is the first time I've heard any of this album played any where but my stereo.

I'm not always depressed, but when I am it's nice to have someone so eloquent to help me along.

Yes, this belongs to my past - but so does Foxy Lady, No Sugar Tonight, and Autobahn. They each have their place in my world. 

You know, this would make an excellent pairing with Todd's "Second Wind."

"Family ties
They used to be colors in a rainbow
Now we fly solo
Give me back the passion flower
Give me back the nonconsumer
Give me back my lack of reason
Give me back my sense of humor"
this song still gives me chills
Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z
I have this album and I never play it. Beautiful tunes and very sad lyrics, who needs that? I've moved on.
 misterbearbaby wrote:
THANKS FOR CATAPULTING ME BACK TO THAT POINT IN MY LIFE!

 
Why are all of you so very hooked on the past?

RIDICULOUS (if you ask me)!!! 
 liteon1 wrote:
Musicians whose music make me change radio stations (or turn off RP for awhile):

1. Pink Floyd
2. Neil Young
3. Elton John
4. Steely Dan
5. Jackson Browne
6. Depeche Mode 

 
Agree with nothing but Nr's 1 and 3 (leave alone the Elton made some good music, though only early on)
That is the guy who beat Darryl Hannah to pulp!
 liteon1 wrote:
Musicians whose music make me change radio stations (or turn off RP for awhile):

1. Pink Floyd
2. Neil Young
3. Elton John
4. Steely Dan
5. Jackson Browne
6. Depeche Mode 

 
You can evaluate every song. Every vote counts. {#Hungry}
 liteon1 wrote:
Musicians whose music make me change radio stations (or turn off RP for awhile):

1. Pink Floyd
2. Neil Young
3. Elton John
4. Steely Dan
5. Jackson Browne
6. Depeche Mode 

 
Musicians whose music makes me turn up the radio station:

1. Pink Floyd
2. Neil Young
3. Elton John
4. Steely Dan
5. Jackson Browne
(OK, I'm with you on Depeche Mode)
Musicians whose music make me change radio stations (or turn off RP for awhile):

1. Pink Floyd
2. Neil Young
3. Elton John
4. Steely Dan
5. Jackson Browne
6. Depeche Mode 

 shellbella wrote:
You gotta go with Godlike for JB.  What else is there?

 
..... anything less is a crime against music
You gotta go with Godlike for JB.  What else is there?
 

yes - every track is a gem, wonderful vocals, arrangements, glorious organ, fiddle & guitar - wow!  after the deluge & fountain of sorrow are my favourites

Peter_Bradshaw wrote:

..... don't get any better than this. G O D L I K E song from a G O D L I K E album.
 



A significant album from my formative years.  It still resonates ...



 steeler wrote:
Masterpiece album. 

 
..... don't get any better than this. G O D L I K E song from a G O D L I K E album.

                                                                                                                       
Masterpiece album. 
Got to me then. Gets to me now. Sigh.
One of the best songs to encourage my time-traveling.  Back to high school.  Love and loss.  Geesh.
 emmidad wrote:
I grew up with JB. Can't say why but I still love his music.

 
I with you.
This is such a beautiful depiction of a painful breakup.
Doesn't matter what he's singing, it goes straight to the softest spot in my heart.
I grew up with JB. Can't say why but I still love his music.
I'm not a big Jackson Browne fan, but I have to say I do like this song so much. Invokes a certain sentimental feeling for me. Thank you JB and RP.
THANKS FOR CATAPULTING ME BACK TO THAT POINT IN MY LIFE!
 siandbeth wrote:

Guess WHAT? Stanford Hospital was WRONG. My BFF is still alive and getting new chemo from a local doctor, this after Stanford told her to go home, kiss her little girls and call hospice. She may not survive another year (we just don't know) but let me tell you this LAST year has been the best in terms of coming to terms and finding out what it's all about. 
 
 Joy!
 siandbeth wrote:

Guess WHAT? Stanford Hospital was WRONG. My BFF is still alive and getting new chemo from a local doctor, this after Stanford told her to go home, kiss her little girls and call hospice. She may not survive another year (we just don't know) but let me tell you this LAST year has been the best in terms of coming to terms and finding out what it's all about. 
 

 siandbeth wrote:

Guess WHAT? Stanford Hospital was WRONG. My BFF is still alive and getting new chemo from a local doctor, this after Stanford told her to go home, kiss her little girls and call hospice. She may not survive another year (we just don't know) but let me tell you this LAST year has been the best in terms of coming to terms and finding out what it's all about. 
  best of wishes to your bff  mechanic 2


 siandbeth wrote:

My BFF for the last 41 years is now reaching her final stage, and we used to sit and stare at this album cover all the time when we were kids, thinking and making plans. We had a good run for 41 years, I just wish she'd see the next four decades with me. Well, use the time you have wisely and with kindness.  
 
Guess WHAT? Stanford Hospital was WRONG. My BFF is still alive and getting new chemo from a local doctor, this after Stanford told her to go home, kiss her little girls and call hospice. She may not survive another year (we just don't know) but let me tell you this LAST year has been the best in terms of coming to terms and finding out what it's all about. 

Jackson at his best. (Plus the Rene Magritte-influenced cover is one of my favourites.)
 Randomax wrote:
I'm sure by now you have read the MANY posts repudiating this allegation...even Laura Dern recanted.  I hope you can let this bit of media hype go.
 
It's incredible how a negative rumour, once started, will NEVER go away. From the "Never let the truth get in the way of a juicy story" school of "journalism". And yes, this is a great song.
now that's easy: 10!

my favourite song from my favourite album of all time....

nobody does it like jackson does it  <3
Nothin' like some Jackson {#Cheesygrin}
 jules44 wrote:
You are killin' me today Bill.
My BFF from highschool...her birthday is today...she died 20 years ago from breast cancer at age 30......This was one of our songs...as well as angel from Montgomery.....what next...Patty Griffin, Goodbye?
 
My BFF for the last 41 years is now reaching her final stage, and we used to sit and stare at this album cover all the time when we were kids, thinking and making plans. We had a good run for 41 years, I just wish she'd see the next four decades with me. Well, use the time you have wisely and with kindness.  
Good stuff!
You never knew what I loved in you,

I don't know what you loved in me.

Maybe the picture of somebody you were hopin' I might be...
Now there's a lyric!

 ginger wrote:
I came along just slightly too late to catch Jackson Browne in his day, but every time I hear him I want to rush out and buy all his albums. Maybe I will...
 
I'm sure everyone has his or her own ideas about which album(s) to start with, but my personal rec is to just start with his first one ("Saturate Before Using") and then go from there in the order in which the albums were released. It's not only methodical, but it's also a great way of hearing how his music has changed and progressed since his debut.  Happy shopping! {#Cheers}


One of my favorite albums - and album covers! - from the classic singer-songwriter era. I'll always have a soft spot in my heart for JB, but "Fountain of Sorrow" is his best single work I think.

One of my all time favourite artist. I saw him do a solo show here in Ottawa. It was part of benefit celebration tied to the signing of the land mines treaty. Bruce Cockburn was the host and other performer. He was great and I agree with other regarding his stage persona. I woudl still like to have seen him with the full band.
I came along just slightly too late to catch Jackson Browne in his day, but every time I hear him I want to rush out and buy all his albums. Maybe I will...
You never knew what I loved in you
I don't know what you loved in me
Maybe the picture of somebody you were hoping I might be
{#Cry}


This song is really holding up over time
{#Yes}
....ready for the heartbreak....this song kills me!
Best JB song EVER!!!
 garycha wrote:
This is a lovely song.  Unfortunately I find it hard to listen to because of the wife-beating allegations.  Smoke without fire etc - which is a shame.  I feel same about anything to do with Pete Townsend after the kiddie pron downloading 'research' allegations.

Prejudice eh?
 
I'm sure by now you have read the MANY posts repudiating this allegation...even Laura Dern recanted.  I hope you can let this bit of media hype go.


Its amazing how amazingly lyrical Jackson is (to me). True Poet. The lovely pictures he paints with his words, blended with harmonies always draws me close.

Love this song.
 Cynaera wrote:

I have two of his acoustic CDs, and his onstage banter is almost better than the songs he plays!  He's astonishing - I've loved his music ever since I first heard "Doctor, My Eyes" on the radio.  This album came out the same year my best friend was murdered - we both fell in love with it and she'd come over to my house and we'd just listen to it over and over.

It's still one of my favorite albums, because it makes me remember all the good times I had with Peggy before she was gone...

 
Oh my God. I posted below then read your post Cynaera!...Weird...like I said before...kindred spirits!


You are killin' me today Bill.
My BFF from highschool...her birthday is today...she died 20 years ago from breast cancer at age 30......This was one of our songs...as well as angel from Montgomery.....what next...Patty Griffin, Goodbye?
 Randomax wrote:
Saw him in Feb or March in Austin at Bass Concert Hall....just him and his guitar....absolutely brilliant...voice clear as a bell....played for 3 hours taking requests the whole time....until his voice just gave out and he said 'that's it I guess'.........
 
I have two of his acoustic CDs, and his onstage banter is almost better than the songs he plays!  He's astonishing - I've loved his music ever since I first heard "Doctor, My Eyes" on the radio.  This album came out the same year my best friend was murdered - we both fell in love with it and she'd come over to my house and we'd just listen to it over and over.

It's still one of my favorite albums, because it makes me remember all the good times I had with Peggy before she was gone...

 garycha wrote:
This is a lovely song.  Unfortunately I find it hard to listen to because of the wife-beating allegations.  Smoke without fire etc - which is a shame.  I feel same about anything to do with Pete Townsend after the kiddie pron downloading 'research' allegations.

Prejudice eh?
 
Then you reject most of art. Read up on great musicians, painters, writers, thinkers.... and many of them were fallible, sometimes severely so.

 lmic wrote:

Trust the art, not the artist.

 

So true.  Accepting one's foibles is half way to embracing them, n'est ce pas?
 garycha wrote:
This is a lovely song.  Unfortunately I find it hard to listen to because of the wife-beating allegations.  Smoke without fire etc - which is a shame.  I feel same about anything to do with Pete Townsend after the kiddie pron downloading 'research' allegations.

Prejudice eh?
 
Trust the art, not the artist.

This is a lovely song.  Unfortunately I find it hard to listen to because of the wife-beating allegations.  Smoke without fire etc - which is a shame.  I feel same about anything to do with Pete Townsend after the kiddie pron downloading 'research' allegations.

Prejudice eh?
Saw him in Feb or March in Austin at Bass Concert Hall....just him and his guitar....absolutely brilliant...voice clear as a bell....played for 3 hours taking requests the whole time....until his voice just gave out and he said 'that's it I guess'.........
Great segue Bill!!!!!!!!!
 hippiechick wrote:
I heard on the radio that JB will be in Chi on Aug 28.
 
With David Lindley - first time touring together in 4 years!

How long have I been dreaming, how long have I been drifting alone though the night ~

Been there, and this song captures those feelings so well.  Don't roll it out during the block party tho'....  {#Stop}
Sublime transition from John Prine & Bonnie Raitt/Angel from Montgomery

This song always stops me, hard, in my tracks.
I heard on the radio that JB will be in Chi on Aug 28.
WOW!!

This is beautiful!!

10
 Randomax wrote:
My favorite break up song..........looking hard into your eyes, there was nobody I'd ever known...so sad
 
Probably the best song ever about a failed relationship.

 jedley wrote:
David Lindley's guitar work on this album literally makes me sob it's so fucking beautiful.
 

He talks with his guitar on this album I love his playing.

this is on my iPod 'songs to cry to' playlist...
so sad i just might have to mute it {#Cry}



My favorite break up song..........looking hard into your eyes, there was nobody I'd ever known...so sad
I always love the part in the movie Taxi Driver when this song comes on. It's eerie.
I was a sophomore in high school when this album came out. My friends thought I was crazy when I played it for them. Subtle, tender, musically intricate. My sister turned me on to it. Sometimes it seems stale and old, but other times it really takes me back and seem like a good machine for taking me there.
 jedley wrote:
David Lindley's guitar work on this album literally makes me sob it's so fucking beautiful.
 
CHECK OUT HIS ALBUM TWANGO BANGO - ONE OF THE MOST TALENTED GUYS EVER

One of my all-time favorite albums, and by far the best one for wallowing in self-pity :)


 Bakaretsu wrote:
Ummmmm so why were the police there? Just stopping by for a jam session?
Anyone?

 
kencanuck wrote:
It never happened. Stop passing along tabloid gossip as the truth. Daryl Hannah recanted the accusations. Police were there the night of the supposed incident and are on record that NOTHING happened.
 



So what are you saying?  That because the police were there, Browne must be guilty?

Darryl Hannah called the police, accusing Browne of abuse, which she later recanted.  Doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure that out.

In my sadder and younger days, this song made me weep.  It still tugs at my heart.  The whole CD is so poignant!  Jackson at his best.
 On_The_Beach wrote:

Rick Griffin, an artist that did a lot of album cover and poster art in the 60s & 70s did the lettering (original of course). Among other things he designed the original Rolling Stone magazine logo ("in a few minutes") and several Grateful Dead album covers.

https://www.myraltis.co.uk/rickgriffin/galleries1.htm

 
Rick started out as the staff cartoonist for Surfer Magazine in the early 60's before moving north to San Fran, where his art really came into its own.  Murphy was one of his beloved surfing characters.  I believe he is another casualty of a recent (5 or so years ago) untimely motorcycle accident.  He lived near the Russian River area at the time.

RIP Rick.

The album cover must have been inspired by René Magritte's wonderful painting: The empire of light (L'Empire des Lumieres) . Check it out!! ;)

 
On_The_Beach wrote:

Rick Griffin, an artist that did a lot of album cover and poster art in the 60s & 70s did the lettering (original of course). Among other things he designed the original Rolling Stone magazine logo ("in a few minutes") and several Grateful Dead album covers.

https://www.myraltis.co.uk/rickgriffin/galleries1.htm

 


 pope183 wrote:
curious about the Font used on the album cover
any ideas ?
 
Rick Griffin, an artist that did a lot of album cover and poster art in the 60s & 70s did the lettering (original of course). Among other things he designed the original Rolling Stone magazine logo ("in a few minutes") and several Grateful Dead album covers.

https://www.myraltis.co.uk/rickgriffin/galleries1.htm

Ummmmm so why were the police there? Just stopping by for a jam session?
Anyone?

 
kencanuck wrote:
It never happened. Stop passing along tabloid gossip as the truth. Daryl Hannah recanted the accusations. Police were there the night of the supposed incident and are on record that NOTHING happened.

 Tim_in_N_FL wrote:
Jackson Browne's early work is excellent.  However, he lost me as a fan somewhere in the '80s, iirc when he began beating Darryl Hannah.  {#Beat}  WTF Jackson?!  {#Doh}  Stylistically, I've often felt that the lead singer from Toad The Wet Sprocket emulates some of Jackson's sound...

 


 


curious about the Font used on the album cover

any ideas ?
David Lindley's guitar work on this album literally makes me sob it's so fucking beautiful.
It never happened. Stop passing along tabloid gossip as the truth. Daryl Hannah recanted the accusations. Police were there the night of the supposed incident and are on record that NOTHING happened.

 Tim_in_N_FL wrote:
Jackson Browne's early work is excellent.  However, he lost me as a fan somewhere in the '80s, iirc when he began beating Darryl Hannah.  {#Beat}  WTF Jackson?!  {#Doh}  Stylistically, I've often felt that the lead singer from Toad The Wet Sprocket emulates some of Jackson's sound...

 




Along with "The Pretender" and "Running On Empty" this was Jackson at his best. Thanks Bill! {#Notworthy}
Great segue from Neko Case - Fox Confessor Brings The Flood!!
Jackson Browne's early work is excellent.  However, he lost me as a fan somewhere in the '80s, iirc when he began beating Darryl Hannah.  {#Beat}  WTF Jackson?!  {#Doh}  Stylistically, I've often felt that the lead singer from Toad The Wet Sprocket emulates some of Jackson's sound...

Jackson Brown, like Joni Mitchell, doesn't really sing. It's more like whiny reading.
Nice to hear some older Jackson Browne for a change! Thanks Bill.
How long have I been sleeping? How long have I been drifting, on through the night? Indeed! How poignant, how wise.
I was just maybe 12 or 13 when this came out, and it didn't compete with The Beatles, The Who, The Doors, Jeff AP, or Jimi H on the radio or in my friends' brothers' and sisters' record stacks at the time — in fact I don't remember being aware of JB until Running on Empty got burned into every airwave across the land — but it sure sounds good now ('specially after Neko and Hank), and nice to know it hits so many chords in so many listeners who hold it near and dear to their hearts...
OH and LOVE that old beast in that photo... here in the land of Toyotas (have had 2 of those myself) I sure do miss my old '61 Impala (got it from my granny who really DID just drive it to church in Coffeyville, Ks on Sundays!) and an old Cutlass or two I raced around in. Maybe it's true, they just don't make 'em like that anymore! So great to hear oldies and goodies mixed in with the new here!

I live in L.A. and found the house on the cover in the Hancock Park neighborhood. There was a dumpster right in front of the house where the car is on the album cover. So I thought I would go back in a couple of weeks to take a picture of it with my car in front. When I went back those few weeks later, the front of the house had been almost completely torn out in anticipation of a remodel. I think I was probably one of the last people to seek it out before it was basically gone forever.
big_gare wrote:
This song takes me back to one of my first failed romances. JB was always able to hit the "emotional nail" right on the head. Loved him then. Love him now!
This whole album is connected irrevocably to my first love, first heartbreak. I completely understand!
Wow! Cool segue from Neko Case!
steeler wrote:
Gets me every time. If you don't stop and reflect, at least momentarily, about someone somewhere during this one, your soul may be MIA.
My thoughts exactly, but after not hearing this tearjerker for many years.
rtrudeau wrote:
Never too much Jackson Browne. :smile:
Oh yes there is how about one song too many
Gets me every time. If you don't stop and reflect, at least momentarily, about someone somewhere during this one, your soul may be MIA.
If you care to see a real fan, see (click here), he has collected over 600 live JB shows. He's produced some amazing JB compilations from that vast library - details at (click here)
JrzyTmata wrote:
yes, that's a big list, but only 3 or 4 get any airplay.
:yes:
Never too much Jackson Browne. :smile:
This song takes me back to one of my first failed romances. JB was always able to hit the "emotional nail" right on the head. Loved him then. Love him now!
I am Travis Bickle and I know you're not talking to me! :chillpill: :chillpill:
When this song starts playing during the movie Taxi Driver it gives me chills. Seminal stuff.
peyotecoyote wrote:
Oh, I don't know, I think this is pretty good representation of JB on RP:
yes, that's a big list, but only 3 or 4 get any airplay.
orpheus wrote:
ditto. Almost every song on here is amazing in its own right. Some of the most beautiful, poignant, and somwhat melancholy lyrics/poetry to be found anywhere. :meditate: :yes: :notworthy:
What a beautiful melancholy tapestry he weaved.... A desert island disk for me, for sure!
Darlington wrote:
Great song. I would also recommend the Live Accoustic CD that came out a couple of years ago.
I totally agree. Live Acoustic is a great CD.
Roverfish wrote:
Hearing this here, it strikes me that Jackson Browne is entirely under-represented on RP. How can that be, particularly when it is clear that so many like him? I know I do. Outstanding tune.
Oh, I don't know, I think this is pretty good representation of JB on RP: Artist Song Title Album Jackson Browne Cocaine Running On Empty Jackson Browne Doctor My Eyes Saturate Before Using Jackson Browne Everywhere I Go I'm Alive Jackson Browne Farther On Late For The Sky Jackson Browne For A Dancer Late For The Sky Jackson Browne For America Lives In The Balance Jackson Browne For Everyman For Everyman Jackson Browne Fountain Of Sorrow Late For The Sky Jackson Browne Here Come Those Tears Again The Pretender Jackson Browne I Am A Patriot World In Motion Jackson Browne I'm Alive I'm Alive Jackson Browne I'm the Cat Looking East Jackson Browne Jamaica Say You Will Saturate Before Using Jackson Browne Late For The Sky Late For The Sky Jackson Browne Linda Paloma The Pretender Jackson Browne Lives in the Balance Lives in the Balance Jackson Browne Looking East Looking East Jackson Browne Rock Me On the Water Saturate Before Using Jackson Browne Rosie Running On Empty Jackson Browne Running On Empty Running On Empty Jackson Browne Somebody's baby Retrospective Jackson Browne Some Bridges Looking East Jackson Browne Take It Easy Retrospective Jackson Browne That Girl Could Sing Hold Out Jackson Browne The Barricades of Heaven Solo Acoustic Jackson Browne The Load-Out Stay Running On Empty Jackson Browne The Pretender The Pretender Jackson Browne The Road Running On Empty Jackson Browne These Days Retrospective Jackson Browne Walking Slow Late For The Sky Jackson Browne World In Motion World In Motion Jackson Browne You Love The Thunder Running On Empty Jackson Browne Your Bright Baby Blues The Pretender
J.B. sounds like J.B. one J.B. song sounds like one J.B. song that sounds like one J.B. song. They all get a # 7 from me.
Roverfish wrote:
Hearing this here, it strikes me that Jackson Browne is entirely under-represented on RP. How can that be, particularly when it is clear that so many like him? I know I do. Outstanding tune.
when I first started listening to RP, I brought up the lack of JB to Bill. I think Bill called it Southern California Angst. Thankfully, he's changed his mind and has added Jackson to the mix.
Yes! Late night working and had the stereo/computer sound down low... thought I heard Jackson Browne... "or the wind through an open door." Love Jackson Browne! More! More! :clap:
kazuma wrote:
I loved this song as a teenager before I even had the life experience to know what it really meant.
Right there with you all the way.........Just tugs at you. There's another track on this album (The Late Show) with these lyrics that did resonate: Everyone Ive ever known has wished me well Anyway thats how it seems, its hard to tell Maybe people only ask you how youre doing cause thats easier than letting on how little they could care But when you know that youve got a real friend somewhere Suddenly all the others are so much easier to bear.....
Nick Hornby has written a great essay on this song in his '31 Songs'. Evidently, he came to the album when his long-term relationship was breaking down, and he knew 'Blood on the Tracks' far too well for it to have much resonance for him. Check it out. (click here)
Wow! Jackson Browne as guest artist on the Neko Case CD Whoops! That was just a seemless transition.
Roverfish wrote:
Hearing this here, it strikes me that Jackson Browne is entirely under-represented on RP. How can that be, particularly when it is clear that so many like him? I know I do. Outstanding tune.
I concurr, although said playlist would say otherwise...I rarely hear Jackson Browne on RP
How long have I been sleeping? How long have I been drifting along through the night? How long have I been running for that morning flight Too long. Way too long. {sigh} :cry:
Roverfish wrote:
Hearing this here, it strikes me that Jackson Browne is entirely under-represented on RP. How can that be, particularly when it is clear that so many like him? I know I do. Outstanding tune.
Under-represented as in not liked by many or under-represented as in not enough songs on the playlist? Because there are quite a few songs here and this song is rated pretty high.
To quote.... "I knew these people, these two people. They were in love with each other......"
Damn, I'm glad I missed this one. It woulda sent me over the edge today. How long have I been dreaming?
Hearing this here, it strikes me that Jackson Browne is entirely under-represented on RP. How can that be, particularly when it is clear that so many like him? I know I do. Outstanding tune.