Jackson Browne: His Life and Music (Google eBook)

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Citadel Press, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 260 pages
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Gritty, passionate, and totally comprehensive, Jackson Browne is nothing less than a guided tour of rock's most prolific years with one of its most complex artists--a must-read for any true aficionado.
- Jackson Browne has sold more than 15 million copies of 14 albums
- In February 2002, Browne became the fourth recipient of the John Steinbeck Award. Other recipients include John Sayles, Arthur Miller and Bruce Springsteen
- Browne's duet with Bonnie Raitt, "Where Have All the Flowers Gone," received a 1999 Grammy nomination for Best Pop Collaboration
- He was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2004
- The Very Best of Jackson Browne (2004) was Billboard magazine's highest charting debut album for is first week in release.
  

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Contents

Twentyfirst Century Everyman
1
Clyde Jackson Browne
8
The Balladeer
23
Saturate Before Using
45
For Everyman
65
Late for the Sky
80
The Pretender
91
Running on Empty
99
Lives in the Balance
144
World in Motion
155
Im Alive
171
Looking East
184
The Naked Ride Home
194
These Days
204
Sources
211
Bibliography
226

The MUSE Concerts
110
HoldOut
121
Lawyers in Love
136
Jackson Browne on Video Cassette and DVD
252
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Mark Bego has been called The Number One Bestselling PopBiographer by" Publishers Weekly", and has been referred to in thepress as The Prince of Pop Music Bios. He is the author of fiftyeightpublished books on rock & roll and show business. With overten million copies of his books in print, Mark Bego has written two"New York Times" bestselling books and a "Chicago Tribune" bestseller.He lives in Tucson, Arizona.

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