December 1976

December 10, 2007

From the winter of my 21st birthday. Warren Zevon and Jackson Browne, with the soulful strings of David Lindley filling in. Don’t it make you want to rock and roll all night long?

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3 Responses to “December 1976”

  1. Willowtree Says:

    Awww too bad, that clip is no longer available.

    Jackson Browne (the Pretender) got me through 6 months in a remote mining camp when I was around 22. I saw him and David Lyndley perform in Perth, one of the best concerts I’ve been to (and I’ve been to a few)

  2. Willowtree Says:

    Hmmm, I just found it on YouTube:

    funny peculiar.

  3. gawilli Says:

    Thanks for the lost link.

    That was a great album. I just saw that Lowell George sang background vocals. Now I’m going to have to go back and listen to it again. I knew that “Of Missing Persons” was for his daughter, but the rest had slipped by me.


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