Continuing on the string of reviews for Jackson Browne’s Time The Conqueror, The Georgetown Voice posts another mostly positive review:
Taken as a whole, Time the Conqueror is a solid release and opens up new alleyways of social change for Browne that got lost in his sentimental love ballads. When he does return to a pop sound, it is refreshing, with just a hint of nostalgia coming through in the Supremes-esque backup vocals, tribal drumbeat, and 60s harmonies. If you’re new to his work, his earlier albums are classic, but Time the Conqueror is a good pick if you’re already a fan looking to expand your collection.
Voice’s Choices: “Going Down to Cuba,” “Where Were You”