Hold Out


Hold Out
Hold Out
Album par Jackson Browne
Sortie 24 juin 1980
Enregistrement 1979
Durée 37 : 48
Genre Rock
Producteur Jackson Browne
Greg Ladanyi
Label Asylum
Critique Allmusic 2/5 stars [1]
Albums de Jackson Browne
Running on Empty (1977)
Lawyers in Love (1983)

Hold Out (1980) est le 6e album de l'auteur-compositeur-interprète américain de rock Jackson Browne.

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Présentation

Il a été N°1 au classement des albums pop-rock du Billboard en 1980. La chanson « Of Missing Persons » est un hommage à Lowell George, fondateur du groupe Little Feat, qui disparut quelques mois avant la fin des enregistrements. Le copyright est attribué à Inara Music, Inara étant le prénom de la fille de Lowell George.

Titres de l’album

  1. "Disco Apocalypse" (Jackson Browne) – 5:08
  2. "Hold Out" (Browne, David Lindley) – 5:37
  3. "That Girl Could Sing" (Browne) – 4:34
  4. "Boulevard" (Browne) – 3:15
  5. "Of Missing Persons" (Browne) – 6:31
  6. "Call It a Loan" (Browne, Lindley) – 4:35
  7. "Hold On Hold Out" (Browne, Craig Doerge) – 8:08

Musiciens

  • Jackson Browne - guitare, piano, claviers, vocaux
  • Rosemary Butler - vocaux
  • Craig Doerge - orgue, synthétiseur, piano, claviers, Wurlitzer
  • Bob Glaub - guitare basse
  • Jon Douglas Haywood - guitare basse, vocaux
  • Danny « Kootch » Kortchmar - guitare, percussions
  • Russ Kunkel - batterie
  • Joe Lala - percussions
  • David Lindley - guitare, violon, guitare
  • Rick Marotta - batterie
  • Bill Payne - orgue, synthétiseur, claviers

Notes et références

  1. (en) William Ruhlmann, « - Review » sur allmusic.com. Consulté le 16 aout 2011.

Liens externes


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