LP-Jackson Browne-Running On Empty

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Running on Empty is the fifth album by American singer-songwriter Jackson Browne. Featuring songs themed around life on the road, the entire album was recorded on tour, either live on stage, or in locations associated with touring, such as backstage, on tour buses, or in hotel rooms. Released in 1977, the album reached No. 3 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart in 1978 and stayed on the charts for 65 weeks. The single for the title track, "Running on Empty", peaked at No. 11 and the follow-up single, "The Load-Out"/"Stay", reached No. 20 on the Billboard Pop Singles chart.

Media Condition- (VG+) 

Sleeve Condition-(VG) corner wear

Track Listing

  1. "Running on Empty" (Jackson Browne) – 5:20
  2. "The Road" (Danny O'Keefe) – 4:50
  3. "Rosie" (Browne, Donald Miller) – 3:37
  4. "You Love the Thunder" (Browne) – 3:52
    • Recorded live (9/6/77), Holmdel, New Jersey
  5. "Cocaine" (Reverend Gary Davis, additional lyrics by Browne and Glenn Frey) – 4:55
  6. "Shaky Town" (Danny Kortchmar) – 3:36
    • Recorded in room 124 (8/18/77), Holiday Inn, Edwardsville, Illinois
    • Danny Kortchmar sings harmony.
  7. "Love Needs a Heart" (Browne, Valerie Carter, Lowell George) – 3:28
  8. "Nothing but Time" (Browne, Howard Burke) – 3:05
    • Recorded "on a bus (a Continental Silver Eagle) somewhere in New Jersey" (9/8/77)
    • Russ Kunkel is credited as playing "snare, hi-hat, and cardboard box with foot pedal." The song was recorded aboard the band's Continental Silver Eagle tour bus (hence the lyrical reference to "Silver Eagle") while en route from Portland, Maine to their next gig in New Jersey. The bus's engine is audible in the background throughout, and its downshift and acceleration can be plainly heard during the bridge.
  9. "The Load-Out" (Browne, Bryan Garofalo) – 5:38
    • Recorded live (8/27/77), Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, Maryland
  10. "Stay" (Maurice Williams) – 3:28
    • Recorded live (8/27/77), Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, Maryland
    • David Lindley and Rosemary Butler share lead vocals with Browne.