Oh damn...he was an innovative maestro when it comes to stringed instruments...a truly unique wizard of a musician. Along with Running on Empty and all the other classics, I also liked his solo material - especially El Rayo-X from 1981.
I did not really take notice of him until 1982 when "Your Old Lady" from the El Rayo-X album became a regular part of the Stones European tour pre-concert tape, so I dived deeper and became a fan!
Actually met him once in person, and guess where, out of all places, backstage at the Voodoo Lounge opening night in Washington DC (Nils Lofgren was also there btw). Talk about kinda Stones connection!
Anyway, not only a great musician, but also a nice and friendly human being has left us.
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The last time I saw Jackson Browne in Tokyo, as it was right after Tom Petty passed away, the Waiting was the opening song of his show. He will perform in Tokyo again this month, what song will he dedicate to Lindley?