Browne, Jackson - For Everyman

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Sealed 1973 Die-Cut Cover, Label Variation Unknown. Features David Crosby, Bonnie Raitt And Others. No Dents Or Seam Splits. First Sealed Copy We Have Seen In Four Years. "Jackson Browne Faced The Nearly Insurmountable Task Of Following A Masterpiece In Making His Second Album. Having Cherry-Picked Years Of Songwriting The First Time Around, He Turned To Some Of His Secondary Older Material, Which Was Still Better Than Most People's Best And, Ironically, More Accessible — Notably Such Songs As "These Days," Which Had Been Covered Six Times Already, Dating Back To Nico's Chelsea Girl Album In 1967, And "Take It Easy," A Co-Composition With The Eagles' Glenn Frey That Had Been A Top 40 Hit For The Group In 1972. Browne Unsuccessfully Looked For Another Hit Single With The Up-Tempo "Red Neck Friend," Reminisced About Meeting His Wife And Starting A Family In The Coy "Ready Or Not," And, At The End, Finally Came Up With A New Song To Rank With Those On The First Album In The Philosophical Title Track, Which Reportedly Was His More Positive Reply To Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young's "Wooden Ships." (David Crosby Sang Harmony.) Musically, The Album Was Still Restrained, But Not As Austere As Jackson Browne, As The Singer Had Hooked Up With Multi-Instrumentalist David Lindley, Who Would Introduce Interesting Textures To His Music On A Variety Of Stringed Instruments For The Next Several Years." William Ruhlmann, AMG.

Artist: Browne, Jackson Title: For Everyman Genre: Pop Type: New - LP Label: Asylum Catalog ID: SD 5067 Country: USA Our ID: 16360
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