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Album: Downhill From Everywhere

Artist: Jackson Browne

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2021
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • Copyright: ℗ 2021 Inside Recordings

Tracklist For Downhill From Everywhere By Artist Jackson Browne

Title Artist Time
Still Looking For Something Jackson Browne 3:10 USD 1.29
My Cleveland Heart Jackson Browne 3:20 USD 1.29
Minutes To Downtown Jackson Browne 5:31 USD 1.29
A Human Touch Jackson Browne 4:42 USD 1.29
Love Is Love Jackson Browne 4:46 USD 1.29
Downhill From Everywhere Jackson Browne 5:44 USD 1.29
The Dreamer Jackson Browne 3:16 USD 1.29
Until Justice Is Real Jackson Browne 4:33 USD 1.29
A Little Soon To Say Jackson Browne 6:25 USD 1.29
A Song For Barcelona Jackson Browne 8:37 USD 1.29

Reviews For Downhill From Everywhere By Artist Jackson Browne

  • Jackson was woke before woke was a thing

    By Wallyroger
    Great to hear Jackson Browne still making good music. Yes, it is a bit different from his classic albums of the past, but it is still characteristically Jackson Browne. We are all growing old, but he keeps writing great songs and his voice is still good. I really like The Dreamer. I gotta laugh at the folks saying he got "woke". Really? Maybe you are a 30 something who only knows him from downloading his music, but Jackson was "woke" before the word was even coined. And I am sure he doesn't care that you think this is a bad thing.
  • Thank you

    By janepaul1
    Thank you JB.
  • Excellent

    By SandersWI
    Feels great listening to his music.
  • A+

    By L-ADC
    So nice to hear from him again….well worth the wait…..❤️
  • Not Jackson's best, but definitely not his worst.

    By SammyR2892
    Downhill From Everywhere has one amazing song (A Little Soon to Say) and while the rest are catchy and interesting, they certainly don't compare with his best. Downhill from Everywhere, the title track, feels really repetitive and My Cleveland Heart's refrain sounds an awful lot like Start Me Up by the Stones. The Dreamer is lovely, but it's also predictable. If you're a completionist like me, you'll still want to buy this album, but for passive fans I'd say skip it.
  • Nice to have him back

    By cape365
    The voice is a little older but still vinatge Jackson
  • Downhill is right.

    By DABOZ
    Jackson went woke and except for 2 songs, listening to this I went to sleep. Love, love, love old stuff and still llistent to it. This one, not so much. Sorry Jackson. Love you man!
  • It's All DownHill From The Top!

    By ListenUp (~)\(~)
    DownHill's as great as all Jackson's Classics Combined! Love the fresh backing vocalsits and band & fresh sound! Jackson was our last concert before Covid shut us down. Love hearing this new album! Thank You Jackson Browne!!
  • Sorry but……

    By jsquared4
    Let’s just be factual. Once you were done with high school you moved onto college, college to grad school, some onto Phd’s - in other words, you changed, progressed, moved on. With those changes came a “better you” or at least “ more informed. Mr. Brown is stuck in “yesteryear” - guess what? The times are far beyond the hit machine, self absorbed, navel gazing presented in Mr. Browns latest attempt at “dry hip”. The, I am above it all but fashionably suffer, via my time worn angst. Old cowboy movies are fun but tired tracks of “ Running on empty “ are just tedious. Expected so much more.
  • Wonderful work of Jackson Browne

    By Wheeliegirl
    This album is everything Jackson has always been. A great song writer, musician and singer. The songs are new and relevant to the world we live in in 2021. Songs about hope, change, the future, the past. This album fits well into all of Jackson’s work. Completely enjoying the groove.

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