Don Henley has covered Jackson Browne's "These Days" for a forthcoming 2-CD album, Looking Into You: A Tribute To Jackson Browne.
The album features versions of Browne’s songs by artists including Bruce Springsteen and Patti Scialfa, Lyle Lovett, Lucinda Williams, Bonnie Raitt and JD Souther.
“It is astounding to think that Jackson wrote ‘These Days’ when he was only 16 years old,” Henley said. “But then, he was always a step ahead of the rest of us. I’ve learned a lot from him, over the years, and am honored to be part of this album.”
Jackson Browne is to be honoured by a new tribute album, Looking into You, due for release on April 28 from Music Road Records.
Among the artists covering Browne's songs are Bruce Springsteen, Don Henley, Lucinda Williams, Bonnie Raitt, Bruce Hornsby, JD Souther and Joan As Police Woman.
You can hear Don Henley cover Browne's "These Days" here.
The tracklisting for Looking Into You is:
Jonathan Wilson has announced details of his new album, Fanfare.
Listen to a track from Fanfare, "Dear Friend", here.
The album, which will be released through Bella Union on October 14, is the follow up to 2011's Gentle Spirit.
Jackson Browne features heavily in Uncut’s piece on the making of the Eagles’ Desperado – in the new issue, dated June 2013 and out now – and here, in this archive feature, originally from August 2010’s Uncut (Take 159), Browne takes us through the creation of his greatest albums. Interview: Bud Scoppa____________________