BC Heights likes Time The Conqeuror

Boston College’s The Heights reviews Jackson Browne’s new album Time The Conqueror, grading it a B.

Browne uses his prowess as a songwriter and a poet to elevate the hackneyed rhythms and cobblestone melodies of many of the tracks. Throughout the album, Browne touches upon many deep and heartfelt themes, such as the inexorable nature of time in the album’s first and title track, and the haunting beauty of feminine sexuality and perfection in “Live Nude Cabaret.” The ultimate effect of Browne’s lyrical mastery is to give the album a strong sense of individuality.

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