Kansas City isn’t crazy about Jackson Browne

KansasCity.com has a review of Jackson Browne’s Time The Conqueror. Giving it 2 stars, they don’t seem overly enthusiastic about it, although it’s not all bad:

Browne, who will turn 60 in October, hits his stride on the personal stuff, like “Off of the Wonderland,” a wistful and melodic electric folk ballad that resembles music from his “Late for the Sky” era. The song looks back to his youth, his late teens and 20s — the time of RFK and Martin Luther King, when “there was change in the air / There was love everywhere … / Didn’t we believe in love?”


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