Recorded downtown Los Angeles
LP Mastered at The Mastering Lab
For Ryan and Ethan
Thanks to Lynne Sweeney
Thanks always to David Geffen
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Lawyers In Love Jackson Browne's seventh album. following Hold Out, his number one record of 1980 which spawned the singles "Boulevard" and "That Girl Could Sing".
Since his debut on Asylum Records in 1972, Jackson Browne, once called "the most accomplished lyricist of the '70s" by Rolling Stone, has released a string of hits, among them "Rock Me On The Water," "Doctor My Eyes," "Running On Empty" and "The Pretender"
Inspired as a teenager by folk and blues artists Bob Dylan and Mississippi John Hurt, Browne taught himself to play the guitar and was writing songs and performing by the time he was in high school. In 1967, after a brief stint with the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Browne moved from his native Southern California to New York City. With the help of fellow singer/songwriter Tim Buckley, he landed a job as a back-up musician with vocalist Nico of the legendary Velvet underground.
Browne's own songs began to attract some attention in the late '60s: Tom Rush, who covered "Shadow Dream Song," was the first of many artists to record a Jackson Browne composition.
Browne's second album, For Everyman (October, 1973), was his first to feature multi-instrumentalist David Lindley, a frequent Browne accompanist. For Everyman, also featured Browne's version of "Take It Easy," a tune co-written with Glenn Frey which had been a major hit for the Eagles.
Jackson Browne subsequently released Late For The Sky (1974); The Pretender (1976); Running On Empty (1977) and Hold Out (1980). He also contributed "Somebody's Baby" to the soundtrack for the film Fast Times At Ridgemont High.
JACKSON BROWNE'S LAWYERS IN LOVE IS THE SEVENTH INSTALLMENT IN A RECORDING CAREER THAT BEGAN IN 1972. HIS ALBUMS INCLUDE LATE FOR THE SKY, THE PRETENDER AND RUNNING ON EMPTY. ONCE DESCRIBED BY ROLLING STONE AS "THE MOST ACCOMPLISHED LYRICIST OF THE '70s," BROWNE HAS RELEASED A STRING OF HITS SINCE HIS FIRST RECORD. AMONG THEM "ROCK ME ON THE WATER" and "DOCTOR MY EYES."
(P) (C) 1983 Elektra/Asylum Records (A Division of Warner Communications Inc.for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States
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