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In Reply to: RE: If I like Tom Petty and Jackson Browne, who else should I check out? posted by jazz251 on June 23, 2012 at 11:31:03
...as someone who also appreciates them - one of the best songwriters and one of the best American rockers - here's a list, but I'd focus on some of their earlier work:
i have records by them all and mostly are all great stuff. i cant quite get deeply into bruce hornsby but i DO have one or two of his albums.
It's not a bad start.
Makes me feel old but!
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And gladly would he learn and gladly teach - Chaucer. ;-)!
'Still not saluting.'
...reminds me a little of some of Jackson Browne's stuff with his piano driven songs.
His first few albums are good, "Night on the Town" is a terrific song and his jazz-oriented album, "Harbor Lights", is a very good recording and I think it may have won some award.
He's an interesting guy who has prodcued and played with many terrific people including the Greatful Dead.
His lead guitar player, George Marinelli, now plays with Bonnie Raitt's band.
his borrowing of jackson's style and thanked him on the 'road tested' cd or video. likewise, kenny g did so to grover washington jr whose style he emulates.
at least these guys are honest.
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