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Review: Jackson Browne – Standing in the Breach

Browne’s first new material in six years recycles old ideas and refreshes them with modern presentation. Though touching in places, Standing in the Breach is an uncomfortable fit akin to cocktails of confusion drunk in his past. 520 more words


Good Grief, Charlie Brown

I have been listening to a friend tell about the loss of a friendship, someone he was close to, though not romantically. It is a story with many twists and turns involving someone we both know. 256 more words

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CK Retro Review: I'm Alive by Jackson Browne

After spending most of the 80’s expounding on the problems of the world at large and the evil that men in power tend to do, Jackson Browne brought it all back home with a break-up album. 832 more words

Retro Reviews

CK Retro Review: World In Motion by Jackson Browne

1989’s World In Motion continued Jackson Browne’s foray into social and political issues, albeit without the same grace and deftness that he managed on his previous release… 681 more words

Retro Reviews

CK Retro Review: Lives In The Balance by Jackson Browne

In a just world, Jackson Browne’s 1986 album Lives In The Balance would have been hailed as the kind of mass-audience masterpieces that peers like Peter Gabriel and Paul Simon achieved in the second half of the decade. 679 more words

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Jackson Browne - Doctor My Eyes (Live in 2010)

“Doctor My Eyes” is still one of my favorite Jackson Browne songs. One you’re sure to recognize if you grew up listening to the radio in the late 70s and 80s. 11 more words


lovechild inkfield

I once loved a girl, her skin it was bronze.
With the innocence of a lamb, she was gentle like a fawn.
I courted her proudly but now she is gone, 334 more words