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-> Doctor, my eyes\\
Cannot see the sky\\
Is this the prize\\
For having learned how not to cry\\

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His career suffered in the late 1980s and early 1990s, partly because the musical climate was changing, as well as allegations of domestic abuse towards his then-girlfriend, actress Creator/DarylHannah. An investigation cleared him, but [[ConvictedByPublicOpinion the allegations hurt his rep]]. He still has a fanbase out there, though.

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His career suffered in the late 1980s and early 1990s, partly because the musical climate was changing, as well as allegations of domestic abuse towards his then-girlfriend, actress Creator/DarylHannah. An investigation cleared him, The allegations were never proven, but [[ConvictedByPublicOpinion the allegations they still]] [[OvershadowedByControversy hurt his rep]]. He still has a fanbase out there, though.


Jackson Browne (born October 9, 1948) is an American singer-songwriter in the pop genre. He started writing and singing music approximately 1973 and is still active.

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Jackson Browne (born October 9, 1948) is an American singer-songwriter in the pop genre. He started writing and singing broke into the Los Angeles music approximately 1973 and is scene shortly after his high school graduation in 1966. After gaining a strong reputation as a songwriter he released his debut album as a performer in 1972. He's still active.
active today.



* ConceptAlbum: "Running on Empty", about life as a musician on tour. Included a few live songs and one recorded literally on the road you can hear the engine of his tour bus under the song, and the drum kit was packed away so the bass drum you hear is actually a cardboard box.

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* ConceptAlbum: "Running ''Running on Empty", Empty'', about life as a musician on tour. Included a few live songs and one recorded literally on the road you can hear the engine of his tour bus under the song, and the drum kit was packed away so the bass drum you hear is actually a cardboard box.


His first hit single at least the first one the classic rock stations are likely to play is "Doctor My Eyes." "Take It Easy" was written and recorded by him with the help of Music/TheEagles' Glen Frey, and recorded by them with his permission, but his version was CoveredUp by theirs'.

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His first hit single at least the first one the classic rock ClassicRock stations are likely to play is "Doctor My Eyes." "Take It Easy" was written and recorded by him with the help of Music/TheEagles' Glen Frey, and recorded by them with his permission, but his version was CoveredUp by theirs'.


'''Jackson Browne''' (born October 9, 1948) is an American singer-songwriter in the pop genre. He started writing and singing music approximately 1973 and is still active.

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'''Jackson Browne''' Jackson Browne (born October 9, 1948) is an American singer-songwriter in the pop genre. He started writing and singing music approximately 1973 and is still active.



His first hit single at least the first one the classic rock stations are likely to play is "Doctor My Eyes." "Take It Easy" was written and recorded by him with the help of TheEagles' Glen Frey, and recorded by them with his permission, but his version was CoveredUp by theirs'.

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His first hit single at least the first one the classic rock stations are likely to play is "Doctor My Eyes." "Take It Easy" was written and recorded by him with the help of TheEagles' Music/TheEagles' Glen Frey, and recorded by them with his permission, but his version was CoveredUp by theirs'.


* RockStarSong: ''Running on Empty'' was basically a "rock star album," but the last two songs, "The Load-out" and "Stay," which are meant be played as one song, most exemplify the main point of the album, which is that underneath all the fame, traveling, and SexDrugsAndRockAndRoll, what the rock star really lives for is playing on stange in front of a loving audience.

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* RockStarSong: ''Running on Empty'' was basically a "rock star album," but the last two songs, "The Load-out" and "Stay," which are meant be played as one song, most exemplify the main point of the album, which is that underneath all the fame, traveling, and SexDrugsAndRockAndRoll, what the rock star really lives for is playing on stange stage in front of a loving audience.


His career suffered in the late 1980s and early 1990s, partly because the musical climate was changing, as well as allegations of domestic abuse towards his then-girlfriend, actress Creator/DarylHannah. An investigation cleared him, but the allegations hurt his rep. He still has a fanbase out there, though.

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His career suffered in the late 1980s and early 1990s, partly because the musical climate was changing, as well as allegations of domestic abuse towards his then-girlfriend, actress Creator/DarylHannah. An investigation cleared him, but [[ConvictedByPublicOpinion the allegations hurt his rep.rep]]. He still has a fanbase out there, though.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: "Redneck Friend". Clue: said redneck friend's last name is Johnson.


His MagnumOpus may be 1976's ''The Pretender'', which contains "Here Come Those Tears Again", "Linda Paloma" and the title track. Rock critics have tended to shower the most praise on 1974's ''Late for the Sky'', which contains classics like "For a Dancer", "Before the Deluge", "Fountain of Sorrow", and the title track. Others may like ''Jackson Browne'' (1972, notable tracks: "Jamaica Say You Will", "Song for Adam", "Doctor My Eyes", "Rock Me on the Water"), ''For Everyman'' (1973, notable tracks: "[[Music/{{Eagles}} Take It Easy]]", "[[Music/{{Nico}} These Days]]", "For Everyman"), or ''Running on Empty'' (1977, notable tracks: "You Love the Thunder", "The Load-Out/Stay", and the title track) the best.


His career suffered in the late 1980s and early 1990s, partly because the musical climate was changing, partly because of allegations of domestic abuse. An investigation cleared him, but the allegations hurt his rep. He still has a fanbase out there, though.

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His career suffered in the late 1980s and early 1990s, partly because the musical climate was changing, partly because of as well as allegations of domestic abuse.abuse towards his then-girlfriend, actress Creator/DarylHannah. An investigation cleared him, but the allegations hurt his rep. He still has a fanbase out there, though.


'''Jackson Browne''' is an American singer-songwriter in the pop genre. He started writing and singing music approximately 1973 and is still active.

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'''Jackson Browne''' (born October 9, 1948) is an American singer-songwriter in the pop genre. He started writing and singing music approximately 1973 and is still active.


Jackson Browne is a singer-songwriter in the pop genre. He started writing and singing music approximately 1973 and is still active.

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Jackson Browne '''Jackson Browne''' is a an American singer-songwriter in the pop genre. He started writing and singing music approximately 1973 and is still active.



His MagnumOpus may be 1976's ''The Pretender'', which contains "Here Come Those Tears Again", "Linda Paloma" and the title track. Rock critics have tended to shower the most praise on 1974's ''Late for the Sky'', which contains classics like "For a Dancer", "Before the Deluge", "Fountain of Sorrow", and the title track. Others may like ''Jackson Browne'' (1972, notable tracks: "Jamaica Say You Will", "Song for Adam", "Doctor My Eyes", "Rock Me on the Water") or ''For Everyman'' (1973, notable tracks: "[[Music/{{Eagles}} Take It Easy]]", "[[Music/{{Nico}} These Days]]", "For Everyman") the best.

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His MagnumOpus may be 1976's ''The Pretender'', which contains "Here Come Those Tears Again", "Linda Paloma" and the title track. Rock critics have tended to shower the most praise on 1974's ''Late for the Sky'', which contains classics like "For a Dancer", "Before the Deluge", "Fountain of Sorrow", and the title track. Others may like ''Jackson Browne'' (1972, notable tracks: "Jamaica Say You Will", "Song for Adam", "Doctor My Eyes", "Rock Me on the Water") or Water"), ''For Everyman'' (1973, notable tracks: "[[Music/{{Eagles}} Take It Easy]]", "[[Music/{{Nico}} These Days]]", "For Everyman") Everyman"), or ''Running on Empty'' (1977, notable tracks: "You Love the Thunder", "The Load-Out/Stay", and the title track) the best.


* AmericanDream: "The Pretender" is about the second variety of this

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