Posts Tagged ‘Jackson Browne’

Eachother

February 14, 2021

“Eachother,” written by Grace Potter and recorded by her with Marcus King, Jackson Browne, and Lucius, 2020.

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Doctor, My Eyes

November 17, 2019

“Doctor, My Eyes,” written and performed by Jackson Browne, 2010. Jackson Browne (lead vocal, guitar), Kevin McCormick (bass), Mark Goldenberg (guitars), Mauricio Lewak (drums) Jeff Young (keyboards, backing vocals), David Lindley (lap steel slide guitar), Chavonne Morris and Alethea Mills (backing vocalists).

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Love Needs a Heart

September 17, 2016

“Love Needs a Heart,” written by Jackson Browne, Valerie Carter and Lowell George, performed by Mr. Browne with Craig Doerge (keyboards), Danny Kortchmar (guitar), Russ Kunkel (drums), Leland Sklar (bass) and backup vocals by Doug Haywood and the incomparable Rosemary Butler. Recorded in 1977.

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Running On Empty

July 17, 2016

“Running On Empty,” written and performed by Jackson Browne, with David Lindley on lap steel guitar and backup vocals by Rosemary Butler and Doug Haywood. Recorded live at Marjorie Post Pavilion, Columbia MD, on August 27, 1977.

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You Love The Thunder

May 29, 2016

“You Love The Thunder,” written and performed by Jackson Brown, with David Lindley on lap steel guitar and backup vocals by Rosemary Butler and Doug Haywood.

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