Jackson Browne - The Pretender FLAC album
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The Pretender is the fourth album by the American singer-songwriter Jackson Browne, released in 1976. It peaked at No. 5 on Billboard's album chart. The singles from the album were "Here Come Those Tears Again", which reached No. 23, and "The Pretender", which peaked at No. 58. The Pretender was released after the suicide of Browne's first wife, Phyllis Major. The album has production by Jon Landau and a mixture of styles.
The Pretender" is a song written and performed by American rock performer Jackson Browne and featured on his 1976 album The Pretender. The Pretender" was composed, according to Browne, in a number of locations; in Los Angeles, within a rented store-front in North Hollywood, and in a "tacky" hotel in Hawaii. Browne is quoted to have claimed that the song was almost complete before he had discovered the defining opening piano-riff.
The Pretender (Cass, Album, RE). Asylum Records, Asylum Records. Jackson Browne Standout tracks (in my humble opinion) include "Linda Paloma", "The Only Child", and "The Pretender". Reply Notify me Helpful. Marketplace 0 71 For Sale from €. 4.
On The Pretender, Jackson Browne took a step back from the precipice so well defined on his first three albums, but doing so didn't seem to make him feel any better. Employing a real producer, Jon Landau, for the first time, Browne made what sounded like a real contemporary rock record, but this made his songs less effective; the ersatz Mexican arrangement of "Linda Paloma" and the bouncy second half of "Daddy's Tune," with its horn charts and guitar solo, undercut the lyrics
Album · 1976 · 8 Songs. The Pretender was another step in Jackson Browne’s transition from singer/songwriter to rocker. From the opening lines of The Fuse -his observation on the movement of time and the limits of life itself-on out, it’s clear that his wife’s suicide haunts this record. Browne worries for his son ( The Only Child") and wonders how he himself will soldier forth ( The Pretender ). In the end, his poetic lines beautify the truth, while the full band gives him a hopeful edge. The Pretender is a world of consequence-a heavy but deeply rewarding listen. The Pretender Jackson Browne.
Jackson Browne told Mojo magazine in 2015: "It's grappling with the question of whether the life you're living is the life you thought you were heading for. 'The Pretender' is an open question: Do you find life's best qualities by having children and a job, or in tearing those things down?" More songs from Jackson Browne. More songs about the dangers of materialism. More songs used in movies. More songs from 1976. Lyrics to The Pretender. Jackson Browne Artistfacts.
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The Pretender by Jackson Browne appears on his 1976 album of the same name. The song decries the loss of a dream and predicts the rise of the yuppies (young and upwardly mobile) of the 80s. "The Pretender" Track Info. Written By Jackson Browne. Release Date November 1, 1976.
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Bass – Leland SklarDrums – Russell Kunkel*Piano – Craig DoergeSlide Guitar – David Lindley
|2||Your Bright Baby Blues
Acoustic Guitar – Jackson BrowneBass – Chuck RaineyDrums – Jim GordonOrgan – Billy Payne*Piano – Roy BittanSlide Guitar, Harmony Vocals [Harmony] – Lowell George
Guitar [Guitaron], Violin, Backing Vocals [Background Vocal] – Roberto GutierrezGuitar [Vijuella], Guitar, Backing Vocals [Background Vocal] – Luis F. Damian*Harp, Backing Vocals [Background Vocal], Arranged By – Arthur GerstOther [Millones De Gracias A] – Van Dyke ParksRecorded By – Greg Ladanyi
|4||Here Come Those Tears Again
Bass – Bob GlaubDrums – Jim GordonElectric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Fred TackettHarmony Vocals [Harmonies] – Bonnie Raitt, Rosemary ButlerOrgan – Mike Utley*Performer [Random Notes] – Jon LandauPiano – Billy Payne*Soloist [Guitar Solo], Guitar – John Hall*
|5||The Only Child
Acoustic Guitar – Fred TackettBass – Chuck RaineyDrums – Jeff PorcaroElectric Guitar – Albert LeeHarmony Vocals [Harmonies] – Don Henley, John David SoutherPercussion – Gary ColemanPiano – Billy Payne*Violin – David Lindley
Arranged By [Horns Arranged By] – Jim HornBass – Leland SklarDrums – Jeff PorcaroGuitar [Guitar Left] – Fred TackettGuitar [Guitar Right] – Waddy*Horns – Chuck Finley*, Dick Hyde, Jim Horn, Quitman Dennit*Piano – Craig DoergeSlide Guitar – David Lindley
|7||Sleep's Dark And Silent Gate
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – Fred TackettArranged By [Strings Arranged By] – David CampbellBass – Leland SklarDrums – Jeff PorcaroMixed By – Val GarayPiano – Craig Doerge
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – Fred TackettArranged By [Strings Arranged By] – David CampbellBass – Leland SklarDrums – Jeff PorcaroHarmony Vocals [Harmonies] – David Crosby, Graham NashPiano – Craig Doerge
- Licensed To – BMG Direct – D110848
- Manufactured For – BMG Direct – D 110848
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Elektra/Asylum Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – WEA International Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Elektra/Asylum Records
- Copyright (c) – WEA International Inc.
- Made By – WEA Manufacturing Inc.
- Pressed By – WEA Mfg. Olyphant – X728
- Published By – Swallow Turn Music
- Published By – WB Music Corp.
- Published By – Open Window Music
- Published By – Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp.
- Recorded At – Sunset Sound
- Mixed At – The Sound Factory
- Mastered At – A&M Mastering Studios
- Art Direction, Design – Gary Burden
- Liner Notes [Brown And Agile Child] – Pablo Neruda
- Management [For One On One] – Mark Hammerman
- Mastered By – Bernie Grundman
- Mixed By [Assisted By] – Dennis Kirk
- Mixed By, Remastered By [CD Mastering] – Greg Ladanyi
- Photography By [Front Cover Photo By] – Tom Kelley Studios
- Producer – Jon Landau
- Recorded By [Additional Recording] – Mark Howlett
- Recorded By [Assisted By] – Paul Black
- Recorded By [Tracks Recorded By] – John Haeny
- Translated By [Brown And Agile Child] – Kenneth Rexroth
- Written-By – Nancy Farnsworth (tracks: 4)
- Written-By, Photography By [Back Cover Photo] – Jackson Browne
NotesRecorded at Sunset Sound, Mixed at The Sound Factory with Aphex Aural Exciter, Mastered at A&M.
With Thanks To Lowell George and Valerie Carter for their inspiration and Elizabeth Reynolds for everything else.
Thanks always to David Geffen.
Bonnie Raitt & Lowell George appear courtesy of Warner Bros. Records, Inc.
Graham Nash & David Crosby appear courtesy of ABC Records, Atlantic Records & Polydor International GmbH.
All songs, published by Swallow Turn Music, WB Music Corp. ASCAP, except "Here Come Those Tears Again" by Swallow Turn Music, WB Music Corp. ASCAP and Open Window Music, Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. BMI
℗ 1976 by Asylum Records
℗&© 1976 Elektra/Asylum Records
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: wea mfg. OLYPHANT X728 2 107-2 RE-1 02
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L902
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 2U2Y
- SPARS Code: AAD
- Rights Society: ASCAP
- Rights Society: BMI
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