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And ironically Jackson Browne's least visible album..
It is also the most balanced politically, as the songwriter seeks to rise above ideology and strive for universal values like liberty.
The musicianship and production quality is very good, very clean and clear sounding, so I give credit for that also.
Great quality, perfect packaging and who doesn't love Jackson Browne. It was a really good deal for a brand new CD.Published 19 months ago by Benjamin Cioppa
Not one of his best efforts but it still has a couple of good songs and worth having for the full collectionPublished 21 months ago by ACB
We had this in tape form, but our copy was getting pretty beat, so we tried to find it in CD. It took a bit as it's rather a rare CD from Jackson Browne, stemming from the days of... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Ray's Movie Reviews
After hearing the first three or four songs on this album, I thought "Wow, this is one of the greatest albums I've ever heard" (and I've heard quite a few). Read morePublished on December 31, 2008 by Andrew Furst
Some good, some mediocre. The good: Enough of the Night, Chasing you into the Night, How Long, My personal Revenge, and Lights and Virtues. Read morePublished on January 20, 2008 by thpaine
This is one of my two favorite Jackson Browne albums, the other being Lives in the Balance. Ironically, these are also Jackson's two most heavily political albums. Read morePublished on February 11, 2006 by J. Houzet
Jackson Browne's 1989 album "World In Motion" does have some excellent tracks on it, though it's highly flawed--based on the other reviews so far, this record appears to have a... Read morePublished on October 21, 2004 by Missing Person