Jackson Browne & David Lindley

10th Annual Live Performance Album Winner

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Record Label: Inside Recordings
www.jacksonbrowne.com

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About:
Jackson Browne has written and performed some of the most literate and moving songs in popular music and has defined a genre of songwriting charged with honesty, emotion and personal politics. He’s been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (2004) and the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame (2007).

His latest release, 2010’s Love Is Strange, produced by Browne and Paul Dieter, features longtime friend and musical co-conspirator David Lindley. The two-CD live album-on Browne’s label, Inside Recordings-presents highlights from a tour of Spain that he and Lindley played in 2006, in grand concert halls, rock venues, and intimate clubs.

The recordings are “en vivo”-live “con Tino”-with celebrated Spanish percussionist Tino di Geraldo, and guest players and vocalists from Spain. “En vivo con Tino” is somewhat of a play on words; it also means to do something cleverly. The track-list spotlights songs from throughout Browne’s career including “I’m Alive,” “Take It Easy,” “For Everyman,” and “Running On Empty.” Also featured are two of stringed-instrument virtuoso Lindley’s best-known songs, “Mercury Blues” and “El Rayo-X” from the acclaimed 1981 Browne-produced LP of that name.

In liner notes for Love Is Strange, Browne writes of the charmed tour it captures, “It was a flash, as we sometimes used to say in California. A flash in time that went by so effortlessly, and with such pleasure, that I must ask myself if it really happened. But here it is-a CD of some recorded moments, or perhaps a bridge, or a small door, between a life lived mostly in America and time spent with some really good friends in Spain.”