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24-07-2015, 19:46
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Jackson Browne - For Everyman (1973)

Artist: Jackson Browne
Title Of Album: For Everyman
Year Of Release: 1973
Label: Electra/Asylum: 8122-78913-2
Genre: Rock, folk, country rock, soft rock
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 00:43:13
Total Size: 330 mb
WebSite: amazon


"Take It Easy" (Browne, Glenn Frey) – 3:39
"Our Lady of the Well" – 3:51
"Colors of the Sun" – 4:26
"I Thought I Was a Child" – 3:43
"These Days" – 4:41
"Redneck Friend" – 3:56
"The Times You've Come" – 3:39
"Ready or Not" – 3:33
"Sing My Songs to Me" – 3:25
"For Everyman" – 6:20

Jackson Browne Composer, Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Rhythm), Keyboards, Main Personnel, Piano, Primary Artist, Producer, Vocals
David Crosby Guest Artist, Harmony, Main Personnel, Vocal Harmony, Vocals (Background)
Craig Doerge Main Personnel, Piano
Wilton Felder Bass, Bass Instrument, Main Personnel
Glenn Frey Composer, Guest Artist, Main Personnel, Vocal Harmony, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
John Haeny Audio Engineer, Engineer
Doug Haywood Bass, Bass Instrument, Main Personnel, Vocal Harmony, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Jon Douglas Haywood Bass, Vocals
Don Henley Guest Artist, Main Personnel, Vocal Harmony, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Anthony Hudson Art Direction, Design
Jim Keltner Drums, Main Personnel
Sneaky Pete Kleinow Main Personnel, Pedal Steel, Pedal Steel Guitar
Russ Kunkel Drums, Main Personnel
Greg Ladanyi Mastering
David Lindley Electric Fiddle, Fiddle, Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Guitar (Steel), Main Personnel, Slide Guitar, Violin
Gary Mallaber Drums, Main Personnel
Mickey McGee Drums
Micky McGee Drums, Main Personnel
Joni Mitchell Guest Artist, Main Personnel, Piano, Piano (Electric)
Kent Nebergall Assistant Engineer
Spooner Oldham Main Personnel, Organ
David Paich Main Personnel, Piano
Bill Payne Keyboards, Main Personnel, Piano
Bonnie Raitt Guest Artist, Main Personnel, Vocal Harmony, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Rockaday Johnnie Main Personnel, Piano
Rockaday Johnnie Piano
Schmitt Audio Engineer
Al Schmitt Engineer, Mixing
Leland Sklar Bass, Bass Instrument, Main Personnel
Tarantini Audio Engineer
Rick Tarantini Assistant Engineer
Michael Utley Main Personnel, Organ
Mike Utley Keyboards, Organ

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. All of which is to say that For Everyman was a less consistent collection than Browne's debut album. But Browne's songwriting ability remained impressive. (William Ruhlmann,

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