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I know he wrote the song about the earthquake in Haiti, but tonight as I try to fathom the situation in Ferguson from a civil rights perspective, I have kept playing Jackson Browne’s stunningly evocative “Standing in the Breach.” Applying the songwriter’s words to the Brown family’s pleas for peace in spite of an agonizing situation I can only imagine, it is hard not to hear these words with renewed import: 136 more words
Jackson Browne’s most famous live song was recorded as RUNNING ON EMPTY.
I made these two tempo maps at the Matherton clinic after searching first for a precise tempo line for the song. 543 more words
All three tiers at the Sage are pretty much full tonight and that’s testament to the enduring popularity of one of the great American songwriters and, it seems to me, that’s the way it should be. 1,143 more words
I have an unrequited love for Jackson Browne. I don’t care if that we’re from entirely different generations with completely different backgrounds. I love him! I love his buttery voice that hasn’t changed in over 40 years. 1,139 more words