Friday, August 16, 2013

Jackson Browne (w/ David Lindley) - 1973-09-27 - New York

Jackson Browne (with David Lindley)
September 27, 1973
RCA Studios, New York, NY

Pre-FM soundboard recording, excellent quality
Available in both Lossless (FLAC) and mp3 (320 kbps) versions

Sorry for the long gap between posts, but I have just been very busy the past month, and have been away much of that time, without access to my music files. But now, I will continue with a few more Jackson Browne shows, from early in his career. This is an excellent quality recording, from around the time of the release of his 2nd album, For Everyman, in fall 1973 (although some sources for this show claim it is from 1972, instead, but based on the setlist - including several For Everyman songs that he was not playing in '72 - I'd stick with 1973). Here we have a nice mix of songs from the first 2 albums, as well as a few that are not on any album, and with the wonderful David Lindley accompanying Jackson (for the first of many times over the years) on fiddle, guitar, and mandolin. Just a wonderful show from these early years.

1.  Come All Ye Fair & Tender Ladies
2.  Take It Easy
3.  Jesus in 3/4 Time
4.  dialogue
5.  Our Lady of the Well
6.  dialogue
7.  Jamaica Say You Will
8.  Rock Me On The Water
9.  Out To Sea
10.  Looking Into You
11.  dialogue
12.  Song For Adam
13.  dialogue
14.  My Opening Farewell
15.  The Times You've Come
16.  For Everyman
17.  dialogue
18.  Redneck Friend

mp3 - Jackson_Browne_1973-9-27_NY_mp3.rar

FLAC - Jackson_Browne_1973-9-27_NY_FLAC.rar


draftervoi said...

You may find this of interest:

Jackson Browne, from the WW1 Superstars In Concert discs. Sorry about using Rapidshare, hope you don't have trouble downloading it.

Narrow Dog said...

Cheers BB and draft

AlexFripou said...

For (little) information, the guy in the picture with JB is not David Lindley but Kanny Kootch so this picture is unliukely from 1973 as indicated but rather later (certainly around 1976 - running on empty album)

Excellent job, thank you