Jackson Browne‘s show at the Beacon Theatre was well received by the Village Voice’s Eric Sundermann.
Unsurprisingly, the live version of Jackson Browne sounds exactly like the recorded version: clean and precise. Watching him handle a six-string is like watching a skilled doctor perform surgery: His hands float back and forth on the fretboard with ease, carefully and meticulously plucking away at riffs both old and new, and his voice doesn’t sound like it’s aged a bit. Those soaring moments on “Something Fine” or “A Child In These Hills,” both from his self-titled debut, still fly confidently, his vocals just as full and powerful as they were in 1971.
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