Monthly Archives: September 2008

Seattle PI likes Jackson Browne & his singers

The Seattle Post Intelligencer reviewed last night’s Jackson Browne concert, paying particular attention to his two background vocalists. The second half of Jackson Browne’s concert Monday night at McCaw Hall was much better than the first. It wasn’t just the … Continue reading

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Huffington Post liked Jackson Browne on Colbert

The Huffington Post‘s Harvey Wasserman lauded Jackson Browne for his anti-nuclear stance on The Colbert Report last week. He gives a brief history of Jackson’s involvement with anti-nuclear power organizations.

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WMNF plans Joni Mitchell Tribute concert

WMNF 88.5 FM has posted an events page about their You Turn Me On I’m A Radio: The WMNF Joni Mitchell Tribute, which will take place on November 1 at 4:00 PM in Tampa, FL.

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Go Get It: Covers

In case it wasn’t clear from previous posts: James Taylor’s newest album was released today. Covers is out. Stop internet surfing and go buy it!

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Music News Podcast previews Covers

Music News Podcast takes a somewhat irreverent listen to James Taylor’s new release Covers. “Wichita Lineman” gets a thumbs up, but “Hound Dog” doesn’t thrill host Dave Jackson.

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Dangerous Intersection is excited for Covers

The blog Dangerous Intersection posted last night in anticipation of today’s release of James Taylor’s new album, Covers. He does a great job of talking about the complexity to James’ music, especially his newer material, despite the seeming understated simplicity … Continue reading

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Boston Globe likes Covers

The Boston Globe has posted a review of James Taylor’s Covers, which is on-sale today. They dub “Wichita Lineman” the essential track of the album. This metaphor may be the oldest in the book. But to open James Taylor’s new … Continue reading

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