Village Voice likes Jackson Browne

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.

Read the entire review here.


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