These Days" is a song written by Jackson Browne and recorded by numerous artists. Browne wrote the song at age 16; its lyrics deal with loss and regret. It was first recorded by Nico in 1967 for her album Chelsea Girl. Gregg Allman recorded a new arrangement of the song in 1973 on Laid Back, and Browne recorded the Allman arrangement on For Everyman the same year. These Days" has also been recorded by Paul Westerberg, St. Vincent, Fountains of Wayne, Mates of State, and Drake, among others.
Jackson Browne is the eponymous debut album of singer Jackson Browne released in 1972. It peaked on the Billboard 200 chart at number 53. Two singles were released with "Doctor, My Eyes" peaking at number 8 on the Pop Singles chart and "Rock Me on the Water" reaching number 48. Browne had been having minor success as a songwriter but was still unable to obtain his own recording contract.
The lead singer and pianist for Procol Harum, Gary talks about finding the musical ideas to match the words.
Get the Jackson Browne Setlist of the concert at Glen Helen Regional Park, San Bernardino, CA, USA on September 5, 1982 and other Jackson Browne Setlists for free on setlist. Festival Time! Hey, this setlist was played at a festival: US Festival 1982 setlists. Jackson Browne Gig Timeline.
Much of Jackson Browne's songs on his terrific third album play like a deep, despairing farewell to an old love. This song - one of the album's many centerpieces - piles on the apocalyptic dread. It could be heralding the end of a relationship. or maybe something much, much bigger. Running on Empty is one of the most revolutionary live albums ever made. Fittingly, most of the songs are about touring; the album doubles as a concept album about being on the road. This one, which was released as a single, sympathizes with the wives, girlfriends and groupies who are along for the ride. 8. "Here Come Those Tears Again"
Other – Susann McMahon. Other – Donald Warnes, Michael Sexton, Randall Wixen, Veronica Albano. Photography By – Bruce Weber. Producer – Don Was, Jackson Browne, Scott Thurston. Technician – Edd Kolakowski. Written-By – Jackson Browne. David Crosby appears courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corporation.