Browne, Jackson

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I’m Alive
Pop New - LP WEA 391 Warner
none... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Lawyers in Love Lawyers in Love
Pop New - LP 60268 Asylum
Sealed 1983 Original With Original Tower Price Tag Still In Place.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Lives In The Balance Lives In The Balance
Pop New - LP 60457 Asylum
Sealed 1986 Original, Small Saw-Cut. ... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Pretender Pretender
Pop Audiophile - LP MFSL - 055 Mobile Fidelity
Factory Sealed Half-Speed Master. Pristine.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Pretender Pretender
Pop Used - LP 7E 1079 Asylum
1976 Textured Cover Original With Embossed Lettering And Custom Inner Sleeve. Tiny Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Saturate Before Using Saturate Before Using
Pop New - LP SD 5051 Asylum
Factory Sealed 2nd Issue. “One Of The Reasons That Jackson Browne's First Album Is Among The Most Auspicious Debuts In Pop Music History Is That It Doesn't Sound Like A Debut. Although Only 23, Browne Had Kicked Around The Music Business For Several Years, Writing And Performing As A Member Of The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band And As Nico's Backup Guitarist, Among Other Gigs, While Many Artists Recorded His Material. So, If This Doesn't Sound Like Someone's First Batch Of Songs, It's Not. Browne Had Developed An Unusual Use Of Language, Studiedly Casual Yet Full Of Striking Imagery, And A Post-Apocalyptic Viewpoint To Go With It. He Sang With A Calm Certainty Over Spare, Discretely Placed Backup That Highlighted The Songs And Always Seemed About To Disappear. In Song After Song, Browne Described The World As A Desert In Need Of Moisture, And This Wet/Dry Dichotomy Carried Over Into Much Of The Imagery. In "Doctor My Eyes," The Album's Most Propulsive Song And A Top Ten Hit, He Sang, "Doctor, My Eyes/Cannot See The Sky/Is This The Prize/For Having Learned How Not To Cry?" If Browne's Outlook Was Cautious, Its Expression Was Original. His Conditional Optimism Seemed To Reflect Hard Experience, And In The Early '70s, The Aftermath Of The '60s, A Lot Of His Listeners Shared That Perspective. Like Any Great Artist, Browne Articulated The Tenor Of His Times. But The Album Has Long Since Come To Seem A Timeless Collection Of Reflective Ballads Touching On Still-Difficult Subjects -- Suicide (Explicitly), Depression And Drug Use (Probably), Spiritual Uncertainty And Desperate Hope -- All In Calm, Reasoned Tones, And All With An Amazingly Eloquent Sense Of Language. Jackson Browne's Greater Triumph Is That, Having Perfectly Expressed Its Times, It Transcended Those Times As Well.” William Ruhlmann, AMG.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Running On Empty Running On Empty
Pop New - LP 6E 113 Asylum
Factory Sealed, Label Variation Unknown. No Bar Code On Jacket. No Promo Or Deletion Markings.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Late For The Sky Late For The Sky
Pop Used - LP 7E 1017 Asylum
1974 Blue Label (2nd Issue) Still In Shrink Wrap. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Running On Empty Running On Empty
Pop New - LP 6E 113 Asylum
1977 White Label Promo With 8 Page Colour Booklet And Custom Inner Sleeve With Lyrics. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Running On Empty Running On Empty
Pop Used - LP 6E 113 Asylum
1977 Original With Full Color Tour Booklet Insert And Custom Inner Sleeve Plus Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Hold Out Hold Out
Pop Used - LP 5E 511 Asylum
1980 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - World In Motion World In Motion
Pop New - LP 960830 Elektra
Sealed 1989 Vinyl Rarity Featuring Bonnie Raitt. Custom Inner Sleeve. First Sealed Copy We Have Seen In Three Years.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Pretender Pretender
Pop Audiophile - LP MFSL 1-055 Mobile Fidelity
Factory Sealed, Hard To Find Half-Speed Master With Insert.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - For Everyman For Everyman
Pop New - LP SD 5067 Asylum
Sealed 1973 Die-Cut Cover, Label Variation Unknown. Features David Crosby, Bonnie Raitt And Others. No Dents Or Seam Splits. First Sealed Copy We Have Seen In Four Years. "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." William Ruhlmann, AMG.... more details
 
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Running On Empty
Pop Used - LP MFSL 1-122 Mobile Fidelity
Test Pressing Of An Unreleased Title. This Rare Piece Was Assigned The Catalog Number 122, Which Eventually Became The Doobie Brothers "Takin' It To The Streets". The Record Comes In A Plain White Jacket With Hand Written Catalog Number. Sonics On This Pressing Are Absolutely Wondrous. This Is Probably The Only Copy We Will Ever See Of This Desirable Piece.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Pretender Pretender
Pop New - LP 6E 107 Asylum
Sealed 1976 Heavy Pressing In Embossed Cover (Label Variation Unknown). Features Lowell George, Bonnie Raitt, David Crosby And Others. Tiny Saw Cut.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Hold Out Hold Out
Pop New - LP 5E 511 Elektra
Sealed 1980 RCA Record Club Edition.... more details
 
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For Everyman
Pop Used - LP P 10354Y Asylum
Mint Japanese Pressing. Die-Cut Cover With Obi. Features David Crosby, Bonnie Raitt And Others. ... more details
 
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Late For The Sky
Pop Used - LP P 10355Y Asylum
Japanese Pressing. Obi Has Been Torn And Repaired With Tape. ... more details
 
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Running On Empty
Pop Used - LP P-5906 Asylum
Mint Japanese Pressing With Obi. ... more details
 
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Saturate Before Using
Pop New - LP SD-5051 Asylum
Sealed 1972 Original, Saw-Cut, 1841 Broadway Address On Back Cover.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Pretender Pretender
Pop New - LP 6E- 107 Asylum
Sealed 1976 Embossed Cover Second Issue. Small Saw Notch.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Late For The Sky Late For The Sky
Pop New - LP 7E 1017 Elektra
Factory Sealed. Probably A 2nd Label. No Bar Code On Jacket, Small Saw-Cut. 5 Stars. “On His Third Album, Jackson Browne Returned To The Themes Of His Debut Record (Love, Loss, Identity, Apocalypse) And, Amazingly, Delved Even Deeper Into Them. "For A Dancer," A Meditation On Death Like The First Album's "Song For Adam," Is A More Eloquent Eulogy; "Farther On" Extends The "Moving On" Point Of "Looking Into You"; "Before The Deluge" Is A Glimpse Beyond The Apocalypse Evoked On "My Opening Farewell" And The Second Album's "For Everyman." If Browne Had Seemed To Question Everything In His First Records, Here He Even Questioned Himself. "For Me Some Words Come Easy, But I Know That They Don't Mean That Much," He Sang On The Opening Track, "Late For The Sky," And Added In "Farther On," "I'm Not Sure What I'm Trying To Say." Yet His Seeming Uncertainty And Self-Doubt Reflected The Size And Complexity Of The Problems He Was Addressing In These Songs, And Few Had Ever Explored Such Territory, Much Less Mapped It So Well. "The Late Show," The Album's Thematic Center, Doubted But Ultimately Affirmed The Nature Of Relationships, While By The End, "After The Deluge," If "Only A Few Survived," The Human Race Continued Nonetheless. It Was A Lot To Put Into A Pop Music Album, But Browne Stretched The Limits Of What Could Be Found In What He Called "The Beauty In Songs," Just As Bob Dylan Had A Decade Before.” William Ruhlmann, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Pretender Pretender
Pop Used - LP P 10246Y Asylum
Japanese Pressing With Obi, Embossed Cover. Mint.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Stay Stay
Pop Used - LP 45485 Asylum
Rare 45rpm Promo Only Mono 12 Inch Featuring "Stay" And "The Load-Out/Stay," Both From "Running On Empty."... more details
 
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In Concert
Pop Used - LP 190 50 Westwood One
Rare 1990 Promo Only 2LP With Timing Sheets. For Radio Station Use Only. Pressed On Quiex Virgin Vinyl. ... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Pretender Pretender
Pop Used - LP 7E 1079 Asylum
Beautiful 1976 Embossed, Textured Cover Original In Shrink.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - On The Road On The Road
Pop Used - LP 44781 Phoenix
Rare 1979 2LP "Live" Recording, Full Color Jacket. Both LPs Appear Unplayed.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Running On Empty Running On Empty
Pop Used - LP P 10446Y Asylum
Japanese Pressing With Obi. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Jacket Has A Center Spine Split And Bottom Corner Dent. If Perfect: $100.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Rated X Rated X
Pop Colored Vinyl 166 HAR
Rare 1975 Gold, Red & Green Splatter Vinyl. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Pretender Pretender
Pop Audiophile - LP MFSL 1-055 Mobile Fidelity
1981 Half-Speed Master. Glossy, Unplayed Condition.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Running On Empty Running On Empty
Pop New - LP 6E 113 Elektra
Sealed 1977 Original With Full Color Tour Booklet Insert, Custom Inner Sleeve Plus Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Two Tiny Saw Cuts On Bottom. Crisp Corners.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Time The Conqueror Time The Conqueror
Pop Audiophile - LP INR 9231 Inside
Sealed 2008 Half-Speed Mastered 180gm HQ Gatefold Original.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - World In Motion World In Motion
Pop Used - LP 60830 Elektra
1989 White Label Promo Pressed On Quiex Type Pure Virgin Vinyl In Custom Inner. Saw-Cut, Gold Promo Stamp On Back Jacket.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Late For The Sky Late For The Sky
Pop New - LP 7E 1017 Asylum
Factory Sealed. Probably A 2nd Label. No Bar Code On Jacket. 5 Stars. “On His Third Album, Jackson Browne Returned To The Themes Of His Debut Record (Love, Loss, Identity, Apocalypse) And, Amazingly, Delved Even Deeper Into Them. "For A Dancer," A Meditation On Death Like The First Album's "Song For Adam," Is A More Eloquent Eulogy; "Farther On" Extends The "Moving On" Point Of "Looking Into You"; "Before The Deluge" Is A Glimpse Beyond The Apocalypse Evoked On "My Opening Farewell" And The Second Album's "For Everyman." If Browne Had Seemed To Question Everything In His First Records, Here He Even Questioned Himself. "For Me Some Words Come Easy, But I Know That They Don't Mean That Much," He Sang On The Opening Track, "Late For The Sky," And Added In "Farther On," "I'm Not Sure What I'm Trying To Say." Yet His Seeming Uncertainty And Self-Doubt Reflected The Size And Complexity Of The Problems He Was Addressing In These Songs, And Few Had Ever Explored Such Territory, Much Less Mapped It So Well. "The Late Show," The Album's Thematic Center, Doubted But Ultimately Affirmed The Nature Of Relationships, While By The End, "After The Deluge," If "Only A Few Survived," The Human Race Continued Nonetheless. It Was A Lot To Put Into A Pop Music Album, But Browne Stretched The Limits Of What Could Be Found In What He Called "The Beauty In Songs," Just As Bob Dylan Had A Decade Before.” William Ruhlmann, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Jackson Browne Jackson Browne
Pop New - LP SD 5051 Asylum
First Factory Sealed 1972 White Label Original We Have Ever Had In Stock. This Pristine Copy Comes In A Heavily Textured Jacket With The Paste-On Rear Cover. “An Auspicious Debut That Doesn't Sound Like A Debut: Although Only 23, Jackson Browne Had Kicked Around The Music Business For Several Years And Developed An Unusual Use Of Language, Studiedly Casual Yet Full Of Striking Imagery, And A Post-Apocalyptic Viewpoint To Go With It. He Sang With A Calm Certainty Over Spare, Discretely Placed Backup That Highlighted The Songs And Always Seemed About To Disappear. In Song After Song, Browne Described The World As A Desert In Need Of Moisture: In "Doctor My Eyes," The Album's Most Propulsive Song And A Top Ten Hit, He Sang, "Doctor, My Eyes/Cannot See The Sky/Is This The Prize/For Having Learned How Not To Cry?" If Browne's Outlook Was Cautious, Its Expression Was Original. His Conditional Optimism Seemed To Reflect Hard Experience, And In The Early '70s, A Lot Of His Listeners Shared That Perspective. Like Any Great Artist, Browne Articulated The Tenor Of His Times. But The Album Has Long Since Come To Seem A Timeless Collection Of Reflective Ballads Touching On Still-Difficult Subjects — Suicide (Explicitly), Depression And Drug Use (Probably), Spiritual Uncertainty And Desperate Hope — All In Calm, Reasoned Tones, And All With An Amazingly Eloquent Sense Of Language. Jackson Browne's Greater Triumph Is That, Having Perfectly Expressed Its Times, It Transcended Them As Well.” William Ruhlmann, AMG.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Jackson Browne Jackson Browne
Pop New - LP SD 5051 Asylum
Sealed And Pristine 2nd Issue With The Original $5.99 Price Tag On The Shrink Wrap. 5 Stars! “An Auspicious Debut That Doesn't Sound Like A Debut: Although Only 23, Jackson Browne Had Kicked Around The Music Business For Several Years And Developed An Unusual Use Of Language, Studiedly Casual Yet Full Of Striking Imagery, And A Post-Apocalyptic Viewpoint To Go With It. He Sang With A Calm Certainty Over Spare, Discretely Placed Backup That Highlighted The Songs And Always Seemed About To Disappear. In Song After Song, Browne Described The World As A Desert In Need Of Moisture: In "Doctor My Eyes," The Album's Most Propulsive Song And A Top Ten Hit, He Sang, "Doctor, My Eyes/Cannot See The Sky/Is This The Prize/For Having Learned How Not To Cry?" If Browne's Outlook Was Cautious, Its Expression Was Original. His Conditional Optimism Seemed To Reflect Hard Experience, And In The Early '70s, A Lot Of His Listeners Shared That Perspective. Like Any Great Artist, Browne Articulated The Tenor Of His Times. But The Album Has Long Since Come To Seem A Timeless Collection Of Reflective Ballads Touching On Still-Difficult Subjects — Suicide (Explicitly), Depression And Drug Use (Probably), Spiritual Uncertainty And Desperate Hope — All In Calm, Reasoned Tones, And All With An Amazingly Eloquent Sense Of Language. Jackson Browne's Greater Triumph Is That, Having Perfectly Expressed Its Times, It Transcended Them As Well.” William Ruhlmann, AMG.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Hold Out Hold Out
Pop New - LP 5E 511 Asylum
Sealed 1980 Original. Tiny Saw Cut.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Lawyers in Love Lawyers in Love
Pop New - LP 60268 Asylum
Sealed 1983 Original. Saw-Cut.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Lives In The Balance Lives In The Balance
Pop New - LP 60457 Asylum
Sealed 1986 Record Club Pressing.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Jackson Browne Jackson Browne
Pop New - LP SD 5051 Asylum
Only The Second Factory Sealed 1972 White Label Original We Have Ever Had In Stock. Comes In A Heavily Textured Jacket With The Paste-On Rear Cover. Rear Shrink Is Torn Along 5 Inches Of The Bottom Seam With A Resultant Couple Of Inches Of Very Light Seam Wear. If Perfect $400. “An Auspicious Debut That Doesn't Sound Like A Debut: Although Only 23, Jackson Browne Had Kicked Around The Music Business For Several Years And Developed An Unusual Use Of Language, Studiedly Casual Yet Full Of Striking Imagery, And A Post-Apocalyptic Viewpoint To Go With It. He Sang With A Calm Certainty Over Spare, Discretely Placed Backup That Highlighted The Songs And Always Seemed About To Disappear. In Song After Song, Browne Described The World As A Desert In Need Of Moisture: In "Doctor My Eyes," The Album's Most Propulsive Song And A Top Ten Hit, He Sang, "Doctor, My Eyes/Cannot See The Sky/Is This The Prize/For Having Learned How Not To Cry?" If Browne's Outlook Was Cautious, Its Expression Was Original. His Conditional Optimism Seemed To Reflect Hard Experience, And In The Early '70s, A Lot Of His Listeners Shared That Perspective. Like Any Great Artist, Browne Articulated The Tenor Of His Times. But The Album Has Long Since Come To Seem A Timeless Collection Of Reflective Ballads Touching On Still-Difficult Subjects — Suicide (Explicitly), Depression And Drug Use (Probably), Spiritual Uncertainty And Desperate Hope — All In Calm, Reasoned Tones, And All With An Amazingly Eloquent Sense Of Language. Jackson Browne's Greater Triumph Is That, Having Perfectly Expressed Its Times, It Transcended Them As Well.” William Ruhlmann, AMG.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Pretender Pretender
Pop New - LP 6E 107 Elektra
Sealed 1976 Embossed Cover Second Pressing. Difficult To Find Without A Saw Cut Or Cut Out Hole. Features Lowell George, Bonnie Raitt, David Crosby And Others.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Pretender Pretender
Pop New - LP 6E 107 Elektra
Sealed 1976 Lightly Embossed Cover Second Pressing. Difficult To Find Without A Saw Cut Or COH. Features Lowell George, Bonnie Raitt, David Crosby And Others.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Running On Empty Running On Empty
Pop Used - LP 6E 113 Elektra
1977 Original With 8 Page Color Booklet And Custom Inner Sleeve With Lyrics. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Pretender Pretender
Pop New - LP 6E 107 Asylum
Factory Sealed Columbia Housed Edition. No Bar Code On Rear Cover.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Lawyers in Love Lawyers in Love
Pop Used - LP 60268 Asylum
Beautiful 1983 Original With Saw Cut. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Running On Empty Running On Empty
Pop New - LP 6E 113 Elektra
Sealed 1977 Original With Full Color Tour Booklet Insert, Custom Inner Sleeve Plus Song Hype Sticker Over Shrink. Crisp Corners, Small Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - World In Motion World In Motion
Pop New - LP 960830 Elektra
Sealed 1989 Vinyl Rarity Featuring Bonnie Raitt. Thin Saw Cut.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Late For The Sky Late For The Sky
Pop New - LP 7E 1017 Asylum
Factory Sealed. Probably A Blue Cloud Label. No Bar Code On Jacket. Small COH. 5 Stars. “On His Third Album, Jackson Browne Returned To The Themes Of His Debut Record (Love, Loss, Identity, Apocalypse) And, Amazingly, Delved Even Deeper Into Them. "For A Dancer," A Meditation On Death Like The First Album's "Song For Adam," Is A More Eloquent Eulogy; "Farther On" Extends The "Moving On" Point Of "Looking Into You"; "Before The Deluge" Is A Glimpse Beyond The Apocalypse Evoked On "My Opening Farewell" And The Second Album's "For Everyman." If Browne Had Seemed To Question Everything In His First Records, Here He Even Questioned Himself. "For Me Some Words Come Easy, But I Know That They Don't Mean That Much," He Sang On The Opening Track, "Late For The Sky," And Added In "Farther On," "I'm Not Sure What I'm Trying To Say." Yet His Seeming Uncertainty And Self-Doubt Reflected The Size And Complexity Of The Problems He Was Addressing In These Songs, And Few Had Ever Explored Such Territory, Much Less Mapped It So Well. "The Late Show," The Album's Thematic Center, Doubted But Ultimately Affirmed The Nature Of Relationships, While By The End, "After The Deluge," If "Only A Few Survived," The Human Race Continued Nonetheless. It Was A Lot To Put Into A Pop Music Album, But Browne Stretched The Limits Of What Could Be Found In What He Called "The Beauty In Songs," Just As Bob Dylan Had A Decade Before.” William Ruhlmann, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - For Everyman For Everyman
Pop New - LP SD 5067 Asylum
Sealed 1973 Die-Cut Cover, CC, Label Variation Unknown. Features David Crosby, Bonnie Raitt And Others. No Dents Or Seam Splits. First Sealed Copy We Have Seen In Four Years. "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." William Ruhlmann, AMG.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - For Everyman For Everyman
Pop Used - LP AS 43 003 Asylum
1973 German Pressing. "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." William Ruhlmann, AMG.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Pretender Pretender
Pop Audiophile - LP MFSL 1-055 Mobile Fidelity
Factory Sealed (Loose Wrap) Limited Edition Half Speed Master Pressed By JVC In Japan. Tiny Saw Cut.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Jackson Browne Jackson Browne
Pop Used - LP SD 5051 Asylum
1972 White Label Original Housed In A Heavily Textured Jacket With The Paste-On Rear Cover And Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “One Of The Reasons That Jackson Browne's First Album Is Among The Most Auspicious Debuts In Pop Music History Is That It Doesn't Sound Like A Debut. Although Only 23, Browne Had Kicked Around The Music Business For Several Years, Writing And Performing As A Member Of The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band And As Nico's Backup Guitarist, Among Other Gigs, While Many Artists Recorded His Material. So, If This Doesn't Sound Like Someone's First Batch Of Songs, It's Not. Browne Had Developed An Unusual Use Of Language, Studiedly Casual Yet Full Of Striking Imagery, And A Post-Apocalyptic Viewpoint To Go With It. He Sang With A Calm Certainty Over Spare, Discretely Placed Backup That Highlighted The Songs And Always Seemed About To Disappear. In Song After Song, Browne Described The World As A Desert In Need Of Moisture, And This Wet/Dry Dichotomy Carried Over Into Much Of The Imagery. In "Doctor My Eyes," The Album's Most Propulsive Song And A Top Ten Hit, He Sang, "Doctor, My Eyes/Cannot See The Sky/Is This The Prize/For Having Learned How Not To Cry?" If Browne's Outlook Was Cautious, Its Expression Was Original. His Conditional Optimism Seemed To Reflect Hard Experience, And In The Early '70s, The Aftermath Of The '60s, A Lot Of His Listeners Shared That Perspective. Like Any Great Artist, Browne Articulated The Tenor Of His Times. But The Album Has Long Since Come To Seem A Timeless Collection Of Reflective Ballads Touching On Still-Difficult Subjects -- Suicide (Explicitly), Depression And Drug Use (Probably), Spiritual Uncertainty And Desperate Hope -- All In Calm, Reasoned Tones, And All With An Amazingly Eloquent Sense Of Language. Jackson Browne's Greater Triumph Is That, Having Perfectly Expressed Its Times, It Transcended Those Times As Well.” William Ruhlmann, AMG.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Pretender Pretender
Pop New - LP 7E 1079 Asylum
Sealed 1976 Textured Cover Original. Difficult To Find Without A Saw Cut Or Cut Out Hole. Features Lowell George, Bonnie Raitt, David Crosby And Others.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Jackson Browne Jackson Browne
Pop Used - LP SD 5051 Asylum
First 1972 White Label Promo We Have Ever Had In Stock. Comes In A Heavily Textured Jacket With The Paste-On Rear Cover And Custom Inner Sleeve Plus Promo Sticker. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “One Of The Reasons That Jackson Browne's First Album Is Among The Most Auspicious Debuts In Pop Music History Is That It Doesn't Sound Like A Debut. Although Only 23, Browne Had Kicked Around The Music Business For Several Years, Writing And Performing As A Member Of The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band And As Nico's Backup Guitarist, Among Other Gigs, While Many Artists Recorded His Material. So, If This Doesn't Sound Like Someone's First Batch Of Songs, It's Not. Browne Had Developed An Unusual Use Of Language, Studiedly Casual Yet Full Of Striking Imagery, And A Post-Apocalyptic Viewpoint To Go With It. He Sang With A Calm Certainty Over Spare, Discretely Placed Backup That Highlighted The Songs And Always Seemed About To Disappear. In Song After Song, Browne Described The World As A Desert In Need Of Moisture, And This Wet/Dry Dichotomy Carried Over Into Much Of The Imagery. In "Doctor My Eyes," The Album's Most Propulsive Song And A Top Ten Hit, He Sang, "Doctor, My Eyes/Cannot See The Sky/Is This The Prize/For Having Learned How Not To Cry?" If Browne's Outlook Was Cautious, Its Expression Was Original. His Conditional Optimism Seemed To Reflect Hard Experience, And In The Early '70s, The Aftermath Of The '60s, A Lot Of His Listeners Shared That Perspective. Like Any Great Artist, Browne Articulated The Tenor Of His Times. But The Album Has Long Since Come To Seem A Timeless Collection Of Reflective Ballads Touching On Still-Difficult Subjects -- Suicide (Explicitly), Depression And Drug Use (Probably), Spiritual Uncertainty And Desperate Hope -- All In Calm, Reasoned Tones, And All With An Amazingly Eloquent Sense Of Language. Jackson Browne's Greater Triumph Is That, Having Perfectly Expressed Its Times, It Transcended Those Times As Well.” William Ruhlmann, AMG.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - I'm Alive I'm Alive
Pop New - 7 EKR 176 Elektra
Deadly Rare 1993 German 7" Single Housed In A Picture Sleeve. New, Unplayed Condition. Tracks Are "I'm Alive (Edit)" And "Too Many Angels."... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Running On Empty Running On Empty
Pop New - LP 6E 113 Elektra
Sealed 1977 Original With Full Color Tour Booklet Insert, Custom Inner Sleeve Plus Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Crisp Corners. Extremely Hard To Find Without A Saw Cut Or Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - The Fuse: Live In Chicago 1976 The Fuse: Live In Chicago 1976
Pop Used - LP BROW 1 Slipped Disc
1976 Original Still In Shrink Wrap. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Running On Empty Running On Empty
Pop Used - LP P 10446Y Asylum
1977 Japanese Pressing With Obi. Includes Lyric Inner Sleeve And 4 Page Color Booklet. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Saturate Before Using Saturate Before Using
Pop New - LP SD 5051 Asylum
Factory Sealed 2nd Issue. No Bar Code On Rear Cover. Small, Clean Cut Out Hole. “One Of The Reasons That Jackson Browne's First Album Is Among The Most Auspicious Debuts In Pop Music History Is That It Doesn't Sound Like A Debut. Although Only 23, Browne Had Kicked Around The Music Business For Several Years, Writing And Performing As A Member Of The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band And As Nico's Backup Guitarist, Among Other Gigs, While Many Artists Recorded His Material. So, If This Doesn't Sound Like Someone's First Batch Of Songs, It's Not. Browne Had Developed An Unusual Use Of Language, Studiedly Casual Yet Full Of Striking Imagery, And A Post-Apocalyptic Viewpoint To Go With It. He Sang With A Calm Certainty Over Spare, Discretely Placed Backup That Highlighted The Songs And Always Seemed About To Disappear. In Song After Song, Browne Described The World As A Desert In Need Of Moisture, And This Wet/Dry Dichotomy Carried Over Into Much Of The Imagery. In "Doctor My Eyes," The Album's Most Propulsive Song And A Top Ten Hit, He Sang, "Doctor, My Eyes/Cannot See The Sky/Is This The Prize/For Having Learned How Not To Cry?" If Browne's Outlook Was Cautious, Its Expression Was Original. His Conditional Optimism Seemed To Reflect Hard Experience, And In The Early '70s, The Aftermath Of The '60s, A Lot Of His Listeners Shared That Perspective. Like Any Great Artist, Browne Articulated The Tenor Of His Times. But The Album Has Long Since Come To Seem A Timeless Collection Of Reflective Ballads Touching On Still-Difficult Subjects -- Suicide (Explicitly), Depression And Drug Use (Probably), Spiritual Uncertainty And Desperate Hope -- All In Calm, Reasoned Tones, And All With An Amazingly Eloquent Sense Of Language. Jackson Browne's Greater Triumph Is That, Having Perfectly Expressed Its Times, It Transcended Those Times As Well.” William Ruhlmann, AMG.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Late For The Sky Late For The Sky
Pop New - LP RR1 1017 Elektra
Sealed 2018 180gm Reissue Of The 1974 Classic.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - For Everyman For Everyman
Pop Used - LP SD 5067 Asylum
1973 Blue Label With Clouds 2nd Issue Housed In A Die-Cut Cover. Features David Crosby, Bonnie Raitt And Others. "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." William Ruhlmann, AMG.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Jackson Browne Jackson Browne
Pop Used - LP SD 5051 Asylum
1972 Blue Cloud Label Stereo Reissue. Mastered At Sterling And Pressed By Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Santa Maria, CSM Etched In Matrix And Printed On Label. “One Of The Reasons That Jackson Browne's First Album Is Among The Most Auspicious Debuts In Pop Music History Is That It Doesn't Sound Like A Debut. Although Only 23, Browne Had Kicked Around The Music Business For Several Years, Writing And Performing As A Member Of The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band And As Nico's Backup Guitarist, Among Other Gigs, While Many Artists Recorded His Material. So, If This Doesn't Sound Like Someone's First Batch Of Songs, It's Not. Browne Had Developed An Unusual Use Of Language, Studiedly Casual Yet Full Of Striking Imagery, And A Post-Apocalyptic Viewpoint To Go With It. He Sang With A Calm Certainty Over Spare, Discretely Placed Backup That Highlighted The Songs And Always Seemed About To Disappear. In Song After Song, Browne Described The World As A Desert In Need Of Moisture, And This Wet/Dry Dichotomy Carried Over Into Much Of The Imagery. In "Doctor My Eyes," The Album's Most Propulsive Song And A Top Ten Hit, He Sang, "Doctor, My Eyes/Cannot See The Sky/Is This The Prize/For Having Learned How Not To Cry?" If Browne's Outlook Was Cautious, Its Expression Was Original. His Conditional Optimism Seemed To Reflect Hard Experience, And In The Early '70s, The Aftermath Of The '60s, A Lot Of His Listeners Shared That Perspective. Like Any Great Artist, Browne Articulated The Tenor Of His Times. But The Album Has Long Since Come To Seem A Timeless Collection Of Reflective Ballads Touching On Still-Difficult Subjects -- Suicide (Explicitly), Depression And Drug Use (Probably), Spiritual Uncertainty And Desperate Hope -- All In Calm, Reasoned Tones, And All With An Amazingly Eloquent Sense Of Language. Jackson Browne's Greater Triumph Is That, Having Perfectly Expressed Its Times, It Transcended Those Times As Well.” William Ruhlmann, AMG.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Pretender Pretender
Pop Audiophile - LP MFSL 1-055 Mobile Fidelity
1981 Half-Speed Master. Jacket Has A Hint Of Ring Wear Near Top. LP Appears Virtually Unplayed.... more details
 
Browne, Jackson - Pretender Pretender
Pop Used - LP 7E 1079 Asylum
1976 Clouds Label, Textured Cover Original With Custom Card Inner Sleeve. Difficult To Find Without A Saw Cut Or Cut Out Hole. Features Lowell George, Bonnie Raitt, David Crosby And Others. Appears Unplayed. A1/B3 Stampers.... more details
 

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