℗ 1974 Elektra/Asylum/Nonesuch Records
 

Late for the Sky

Jackson Browne

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1.1
Late for the Sky (Remastered)
Jackson Browne
5:36
1.2
Fountain of Sorrow
Jackson Browne
6:42
1.3
Farther On
Jackson Browne
5:17
1.4
The Late Show
Jackson Browne
5:09
1.5
The Road and the Sky
Jackson Browne
3:04
1.6
For a Dancer
Jackson Browne
4:42
1.7
Walking Slow
Jackson Browne
3:50
1.8
Before the Deluge
Jackson Browne
6:18
Total Playing Time    40:38
Late for the Sky is the third album by American singer–songwriter Jackson Browne, released in 1974. It was nominated for a Grammy Award in 1975. Browne was still living in his childhood home, The Abbey San Encino, where he began writing the songs for his third album. Because of the high costs of recording his previous album, Asylum Records founder David Geffen required him to complete this next album quicker and at less cost. Browne decided to use his touring band of David Lindley, Doug Haywood, Jai Winding, and Larry Zack. It was also decided that Al Schmitt, an engineer on For Everyman, would co-produce to aid in the album being completed on time. The album was completed in six weeks and at half the cost ($50,000) of For Everyman. Numerous friends of Browne's, including Dan Fogelberg, Don Henley, and J. D. Souther contributed harmony vocals. There were only eight songs on the album, five of them longer than five minutes.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino/Elektra Studio Masters

Tracks 1-8 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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