For his second song in a performance at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium, Jackson Browne reached back 40 years to play "Fountain Of Sorrow," from 1974's classic Late For The Sky.
Joined by longtime friend and collaborator J.D. Souther on harmony vocals, Browne showed that he hasn't lost a step in the decades since "Fountain Of Sorrow" was released. On this night, though, the epic recounting of a love lost is given bright new life with help from Tim Lauer's lilting piano, the McCrary Sisters' soaring voices and Ry Cooder's steely slide.
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