Solo Acoustic, Vol. 1

Solo Acoustic, Vol. 1

by Jackson Browne


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Product Details

Release Date: 10/11/2005
Label: Inside Recordings
UPC: 0696751525123
catalogNumber: 15251
Rank: 13311

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Jackson Browne   Primary Artist,Guitar,Vocals

Technical Credits

Jackson Browne   Composer,Producer,Audio Production
Luis Conte   Composer
Paul Dieter   Producer,Engineer,Audio Production
Glenn Frey   Composer
Mark Goldenberg   Composer
Bill Lane   Engineer
Mauricio-Fritz Lewak   Composer
Scott Thurston   Composer
Frank Ockenfels   Cover Photo
Donald Miller   Executive Producer
Dustin Stanton   Artwork
RJ DeSanto   Engineer
Cree Clover Miller   Executive Producer

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Solo Acoustic, Vol. 1 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have been following Jackson Browne since his first hit in 1972. It was Late for the Sky that really pulled me in, and all subsequent albums have had their place in my heart. I was at many of Jackson's shows during his heyday, especially at the huge Blossom Music Center shows in Ohio, and a wonderful show at Kent State University. I saw him at the Palace Theater in downtown Cleveland when he did an acoustic show in 1990. I loved every show I ever saw. But the crowning moment by far was his solo acoustic tour in 2002. I saw him in Ft. Myers and by far, after all these years, it was the best. This album showcases his amazing natural talent. Today I purchased a ticket to see his next solo acoustic show here in FM. I am counting the days!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Put most anyone with this long a career in this situation with a retrospective of their stuff from the early 70's and it simply would not hold up...especially in a solo acoustic mode. However, its a testament to Browne as one heckuva songwriter and musician that he pulls it off so well. This is a collection of songs that will absolutely haunt. I never thought I would say that about this album, but it has given me a totally new perspective on Browne. It takes me back to his hit days and makes me think that they really overproduced him at the time. He is at his very best on this album in this solo acoustic mode....and this is how he should remain. Here's to hoping that volume 2 comes out soon. Next time Browne comes to town with this tour, I will definitely see it. Hard to pick favorite tracks and they will change as you listen to it (which to me is a sign of great music), but the "Barriacades of Heaven" is really fine and shows off his guitar skills too. "These Days" is also super and really shows he has always had lyrical skill, even at 16. Everything on this CD is personal and all of it is just plain good.
Guest More than 1 year ago
i've seen jackson solo & accoustic twice, and its just like being there. even the playful banter b/t songs, you realize here is a great artist having fun, doing what he does best. here you get to truly appreciate one of jacksons greatest gifts his voice! the songs sound as good as ever, so kick back and enjoy. Hope theres a vol 2 coming
Anonymous More than 1 year ago