August 7, 2012 – 4:26 am

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Columbia 1978 [no label, 2CD]

Palm Meadows Benefit, live at the Township Auditorium, Columbia, SC; April 21, 1978. Very good to excellent soundboard (Jerry Moore’s cassette copy).

An audience recording of this show had been circulating among fans and this soundboard version should find a place in any Jackson Browne and/or David Lindley collection.

Thanks to Rob Berger for sharing the tracks at Lossless Legs.

Thanks also to paul44 for the cover art.

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Click on the highlighted tracks to download the MP3s (224 kbps). As far as we can ascertain, these tracks have never been officially released on CD.

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Disc 1
Track 101. Come All Ye Fair And Tender Maidens (5.0MB)
Track 102. Take It Easy (6.9MB)
Track 103. Jamaica Say You Will (6.3MB)
Track 104. Looking Into You (9.2MB)
Track 105. Fountain Of Sorrow (13.3MB)
Track 106. For Everyman (11.5MB)
Track 107. Linda Paloma (7.8MB)
Track 108. Cocaine (10.3MB)
Track 109. Rosie (4.4MB)

Disc 2
Track 201. For A Dancer (8.4MB)
Track 202. The Reel Of The Hanged One (7.8MB)
Track 203. Crow On The Cradle (5.8MB)
Track 204. Before The Deluge (15.0MB)
Track 205. Running On Empty (7.9MB)
Track 206. The Load Out (8.6MB)
Track 207. Stay (7.4MB)
Track 208. The Pretender (12.1MB)
Track 209. Will The Circle Be Unbroken (with John Sebastian) (2.0MB)

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  1. 12 Responses to “JACKSON BROWNE & DAVID LINDLEY - COLUMBIA 1978”

  2. Thanks, looking forward to it. But they didn’t do “You Just Want Meat, You Don’t Want Me”!

    By Bill from Pgh on Aug 7, 2012

  3. I think that ‘charming’ ditty comes from an earlier gig.
    Thanx for this.

    By BLUEFOOD on Aug 7, 2012

  4. Man, this is good stuff! Thanks, bigo.

    By Adam on Aug 8, 2012

  5. Thank you very much! This recording is a real treat and a welcome addition to my Jackson Browne collection.

    By Improper Bostonian on Aug 8, 2012

  6. thanks bigO

    My fav from JB was the Hold Out LP.

    By JALtheImpaler on Aug 8, 2012

  7. Hey, I was the guy who put out the first JB bootleg called “Rated X: You Just Want Meat, You Don’ Want Me.” From a WMMR Main Point, Pa., broadcast. Thanks for triggering the memories!

    By BigLou on Aug 9, 2012

  8. was the boot complete? i never had the boot. i always just had the tape of that show direct from the brdcst. as i recall it fit absolutely perfectly on a 90min tape. wow.. bryn mawr pa…there were a hell of a lot of great shows from that venue. and wmmr sure did fantastic sounding brdcsts didnt they? not to put the nyc fm stations down any. we had wplj wnew wpix and wapp and others. boston sure had their share of amazing stations too. i remember some fantastic sf and la,ca stations too. the syndicated programs that originated in california always made me jealous of the people who lived out there who got to listen to those djs on a daily basis. i wish i had jim ladd daily. wow.

    By darth on Aug 9, 2012

  9. Thanks BigLou, we have that Rated X bootleg as a CD-R somewhere in our archive.

    By Admin on Aug 9, 2012

  10. Big Lou, I just looked up the Rated X boot in my hot wacks and it has a catalog notation of HAR 166. what did the HAR stand for,I never owned any of these particular boots.

    By sluggo on Aug 9, 2012

  11. This is great–thanks to everyone who made it possible for me to listen to this show.

    By Eric F on Aug 23, 2012

  12. HAR stood for Hoffman Avenue Records. I grew up on Hoffman Ave. in Trenton, N.J., as did the guy who provided the tapes from WMMR. Also tapes of BS, Joni M, others.

    By BigLou on Mar 23, 2014

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