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A deep dive through the entire Jackson Browne discography starting with his first five albums, which I believe represent one of the best five-album runs by any artist ever. Each episode is built upon an interview with a different musician or writer close to Jackson Browne’s music.

For episode updates and more: https://twitter.com/CoxJustin

What's your favorite Jackson Browne song? Fill out your bracket: https://i.redd.it/yv8be9dtbtt41.jpg

After the Deluge: An Unofficial Jackson Browne Podcast Justin Cox

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A deep dive through the entire Jackson Browne discography starting with his first five albums, which I believe represent one of the best five-album runs by any artist ever. Each episode is built upon an interview with a different musician or writer close to Jackson Browne’s music.

For episode updates and more: https://twitter.com/CoxJustin

What's your favorite Jackson Browne song? Fill out your bracket: https://i.redd.it/yv8be9dtbtt41.jpg

    12. Finale: Standing in the Breach & More, with Anthony DeCurtis and Angie Martoccio

    12. Finale: Standing in the Breach & More, with Anthony DeCurtis and Angie Martoccio

    In the finale episode of the podcast, I talk about Standing in the Breach and Jackson Browne's full career with Anthony DeCurtis and Angie Martoccio, both of whom are Rolling Stone writers. Anthony has covered Jackson extensively over the years and Angie is on the singer-songwriter beat (among others) at Rolling Stone currently. 

    Follow Anthony at @adecurtis and follow Angie at @angiemartoccio on Twitter. You can find me at @coxjustin or email me at justincox22@gmail.com.

    I share a short, sentimental montage at the 1:20 mark and then introduce the album and the 2014 Rolling Stone review, which was written by our first guest. Our conversation starts around the 8-minute mark. My conversation with Angie begins around the 51-minute mark.

    Please rate and review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify, thanks!

    The artists mentioned or played in the section with Angie are:


    Phoebe Bridgers
    Tal Wilkenfeld
    Dawes
    Blake Mills

    Goodbye! 👋



    NOTE: This podcast does not run ads or solicit subscriptions. Consider making a donation to The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, which lets you choose where your donation will go, from voting rights to police reform to education. Just visit their site (naacpldf.org), click Donate, and note your preference before you check out.


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    11. The Naked Ride Home & Time the Conqueror, with Jonathan Bernstein

    11. The Naked Ride Home & Time the Conqueror, with Jonathan Bernstein

    In episode 11, I talk about The Naked Ride Home and Time the Conqueror with Rolling Stone writer and editor Jonathan Bernstein. Follow him on Twitter at @jonbern and follow myself and this show at @coxjustin. You can email me at justincox22@gmail.com. 

    After a brief intro and a look at the original 2002 review by James Hunter, our conversation starts around the 3 minute mark. I jump in midway through to look at the 2008 Time the Conqueror review, also by James Hunter, before jumping right back into our conversation. 

    The Phoebe Bridgers/Jackson Browne song you hear early on is a cover of Christmas Song by McCarthy Trenching: http://www.mccarthytrenching.com/

    You can read Jonathan’s Blake Mills story in which he quotes Jackson Browne: https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-features/blake-mills-interview-mutable-set-1008984/

    Rate and review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify, thanks!

    NOTE: Our conversation took place just days after George Floyd was murdered. Consider making a donation to The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, which lets you choose where your donation will go, from voting rights to police reform to education. Just visit their site (naacpldf.org), click Donate, and note your preference before you check out.


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    10. I'm Alive & Looking East, with David Wild

    10. I'm Alive & Looking East, with David Wild

    In episode 10, I talk about I’m Alive and Looking East with David Wild, a former Rolling Stone West Coast Bureau Chief, author of several books and longtime TV writer, including nearly 20 years with the Grammys. Follow him on Twitter at @wildaboutmusic and follow this show at @coxjustin.

    After a brief intro and a look at the original 1993 Rolling Stone Review by Kara Manning, our conversation starts around the 5 minute mark. We take a snappy break at the 37 minute mark to look at the 1998 Looking East Rolling Stone review by Elysa Gardner before jumping right back into our conversation.

    You can email me at justincox22@gmail.com. Rate and review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify, thanks!

    NOTE: Our conversation took place before George Floyd was murdered. For that reason, you won’t hear it mentioned in this conversation. Consider making a donation to The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, which lets you choose where your donation will go, from voting rights to police reform to education. Just visit their site (naacpldf.org), click Donate, and note your preference before you check out.


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    9. Lives in the Balance & World in Motion, with Holly Gleason

    9. Lives in the Balance & World in Motion, with Holly Gleason

    In episode nine I talk about Lives in the Balance and World in Motion with Holly Gleason, whom you might remember from the Running on Empty episode. Holly is the author of Woman, Walk the Line: How the Women in Country Music Changed our Lives. She’s written for dozens of publications including Rolling Stone, American Songwriter, LA Times and more. She cowrote the #1 song "Better as a Memory." Find more on Holly at hollygleason.com.

    After a brief intro and a look at the original 1986 Rolling Stone review by Jimmy Guterman, our conversation starts around the 3 minute mark. We take a snappy break at the 30 minute mark to look at the 1989 Rolling Stone review by David Fricke before jumping right back into our conversation.



    This talk took place the day after George Floyd was killed, but before most of us (myself included) had seen the horrific video, let alone processed its significance. For that reason, you won’t hear it mentioned in this conversation. In this episode we talk a whole lot about the power of speaking up against injustice, and if you want to find parallels to present day, they await you in this conversation about Jackson Browne's two most overtly political albums. 

    I discussed Floyd's death at the top of last week’s Lawyers in Love episode and I regret not sharing a place where people can donate. The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund lets you choose where your donation will go, from voting rights to police reform to education. Just visit their site (naacpldf.org), click Donate, and note your preference before you check out. 

    You can connect with the podcast on Twitter at @coxjustin and email me at justincox22@gmail.com.

    Rate and review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify, thanks!


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    • 57 Min.
    8. Lawyers in Love & Somebody's Baby, with Tom Hampton

    8. Lawyers in Love & Somebody's Baby, with Tom Hampton

    In episode eight I talk about Lawyers in Love and "Somebody’s Baby" with Tom Hampton—a multi-instrumentalist, sideman, session musician and singer/songwriter. Tom is a guitarist and vocalist in the country-rock band Poco and has toured with the Marshall Tucker Band. More about Tom at tomhampton.com.

    After a brief intro (about the week's events) and a look at the original 1983 Rolling Stone review by Chris Connelly, our conversation starts around the 7:00 mark. We move on to "Somebody's Baby" at the 43:45 mark. 

    Connect with the podcast on Twitter at @coxjustin.

    Go ahead and rate and review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify, thanks!


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    7. What's your favorite Jackson Browne song? ...with Ryan Page

    7. What's your favorite Jackson Browne song? ...with Ryan Page

    This week, Ryan Page and I share our favorite Jackson Browne songs... as well as our favorite David Lindley moments, non-Lindley musical moments and some of our favorite lyrics. Just a couple of buds strolling through some of their favorite music. The podcast will be back with Lawyers in Love/Somebody's Baby next week. 

    Argue with me on Twitter at @coxjustin

    Rile yourself up with this Jackson Browne song bracket here: i.redd.it/yv8be9dtbtt41.jpg

    Rate, review, live, laugh, love, etc. 


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