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Jackson Browne - Running On Empty mp3

Performer: Jackson Browne
Title: Running On Empty
Country: US
Catalog Number: 6E-113-2
Label: Asylum Records
Style: Pop Rock, Classic Rock
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 371

Tracklist

1Rosie
Harmony Vocals [Harmony] – Doug Haywood, Joel BernsteinWritten-By – Donald Miller , Jackson Browne
3:37
2Cocaine
Lyrics By [Additional] – Glenn Frey, Jackson BrowneWritten-By – Rev. Gary Davis
4:55
3The Road
Written-By – Danny O'Keefe
4:50
4Nothing But Time
Snare, Hihat [Hi-hat], Drums [Cardboard Box With Foot Pedal] – RussellWritten-By – Howard Burke, Jackson Browne
3:05
5You Love The Thunder
Written-By – Jackson Browne
3:52
6The Load-Out
Written-By – Bryan Garofalo, Jackson Browne
5:38
7Stay
Featuring [Featuring A Rare Vocal Appearance By], Vocals – David LindleyWritten-By – Maurice Williams
3:28
8Love Needs A Heart
Written-By – Jackson Browne, Lowell George, Valerie Carter
3:28
9Running On Empty
Written-By – Jackson Browne
5:20
10Shaky Town
Harmony Vocals [The Author Sings Harmony], Written-By – Daniel Kortchmar
3:36

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
6E-113Jackson Browne Running On Empty ‎(LP, Album, PRC)Asylum Records6E-113US1977
K53070Jackson Browne Running On Empty ‎(LP, RE, Sup)Asylum Records, Nimbus RecordsK53070UK1985
AS 53 070Jackson Browne Running On Empty ‎(LP, Album, RE)Asylum RecordsAS 53 070EuropeUnknown
K53070, 6E-113, K 53070Jackson Browne Running On Empty ‎(LP, Album, RE)Asylum Records, Asylum Records, Asylum RecordsK53070, 6E-113, K 53070UK1978
6E-113Jackson Browne Running On Empty ‎(LP, Album, Club, Col)Asylum Records6E-113US1984

Credits

  • Art Direction, DesignJimmy Wachtel
  • Backing VocalsDoug Haywood, Rosemary Butler
  • BassLeland Sklar
  • Coordinator [Tour Booked By]Peter Golden
  • Crew [Bus Driver]Thomas Gustaferro
  • Crew [House Mixer]Jim Bornhorst
  • Crew [Monitor Mixers]Bill "Doc" Gans, Rance Caldwell
  • Crew [Road Crew]Bill Thompson , Ed Kolakowski, Eric Deterding, Jan Alahandro, Michael Deterding
  • Crew [Truck Drivers]Byron Lisenbee, Jimmy Deluca, Mike "Mountain Boy" Rogers
  • DrumsRussell Kunkel
  • EngineerGreg Ladanyi
  • Engineer [Assisted On Hotel And Bus Recordings]David Hewitt, Mark Salwasser, Norman Mershan
  • Engineer [Assisted On Stage Recordings]Russell Schmitt, Tom Walsh
  • Fiddle, Lap Steel GuitarDavid Lindley
  • GuitarDanny Kortchmar
  • Guitar, Piano, ProducerJackson Browne
  • KeyboardsCraig Doerge
  • Lighting [Lighting Crew]Alan Owen , Jim Waits, Kevin Di Piazza
  • Mastered ByBernie Grundman
  • Mixed By [Assisted By]Dennis Kirk, George Ybarra
  • Other [Spasmodic Woman] – Joann Madden
  • Other [The Kid] – Steven Deluca
  • Photography By [Where Noted]Aaron Rapoport
  • Photography By, Photography By [Tour Photographer]Joel Bernstein
  • ProducerJackson Browne
  • Production ManagerDonald "Buddha" Miller
  • Production Manager [Tour Manager]Howard Burke
  • Technician [Technical Advisor]Chris Cabral
  • Technician [With Thanks To]Dave Hassinger, Jim Nipar
  • Art Direction, DesignJimmy Wachtel
  • BassLeland Sklar
  • Coordinator [Tour Booked By]Peter Golden
  • Crew [Bus Driver]Thomas Gustaferro
  • Crew [House Mixer]Jim Bornhorst
  • Crew [Monitor Mixers]Bill "Doc" Gans, Rance Caldwell
  • Crew [Road Crew]Bill Thompson , Ed Kolakowski, Eric Deterding, Jan Alahandro, Michael Deterding
  • Crew [Truck Drivers]Byron Lisenbee, Jimmy Deluca, Mike "Mountain Boy" Rogers
  • DrumsRussell Kunkel
  • EngineerGreg Ladanyi
  • Engineer [Assisted On Hotel And Bus Recordings]David Hewitt, Mark Salwasser, Norman Mershan
  • Engineer [Assisted On Stage Recordings]Russell Schmitt, Tom Walsh
  • Fiddle, Steel Guitar [Lap Steel]David Lindley
  • Guitar [Guitars]Danny Kortchmar
  • KeyboardsCraig Doerge
  • Lighting [Lighting Crew]Alan Owen , Jim Waits, Kevin Di Piazza
  • Mastered ByBernie Grundman
  • Mixed By [Assisted By]Dennis Kirk, George Ybarra
  • Other [Spasmodic Woman] – Joann Madden
  • Other [The Kid] – Steven Deluca
  • Photography By [Where Noted]Aaron Rapoport
  • Photography By, Photography By [Tour Photographer]Joel Bernstein
  • Production ManagerDonald "Buddha" Miller
  • Production Manager [Tour Manager]Howard Burke
  • Technician [Technical Advisor]Chris Cabral
  • Technician [With Thanks To]Dave Hassinger, Jim Nipar
  • Vocals [Singers]Doug Haywood, Rosemary Butler
  • Vocals [Uncredited], Guitar, Piano, ProducerJackson Browne
  • BassLeland Sklar
  • DrumsRussel Kunkel
  • Fiddle, Steel Guitar [Lap Steel]David Lindley
  • Guitar [Guitars]Danny Kortchmar
  • Harmony VocalsDanny Kortchmar (tracks: 6), Joel Bernstein (tracks: 3)
  • KeyboardsCraig Doerge
  • Mastered ByGreg Ladanyi
  • Photography By, Photography By [Tour Photographer]Joel Bernstein
  • VocalsDavid Lindley (tracks: 10)
  • Vocals [Singers]Doug Haywood, Rosemary Butler
  • Vocals [Uncredited], Guitar, Piano, ProducerJackson Browne
  • BassLeland Sklar
  • DrumsRussel Kunkel
  • EngineerGreg Ladanyi
  • Fiddle, Guitar [Lapsteel]David Lindley
  • GuitarDanny Kortchmar
  • Guitar, Piano, VocalsJackson Browne
  • KeyboardsCraig Doerge
  • ProducerJackson Browne
  • VocalsDoug Haywood, Rosemary Butler

Notes

PRC Recording Company, Compton, CA pressing denoted by "PRC-W" plant code printed on labels.
Promotional copy: label white with "Promotion Copy Not For Sale" printed on both sides, cover may have large round NFS sticker.

Includes custom inner lyric sleeve and 8 page booklet.

A1, B4: Recorded live on stage at Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, Maryland — 8/27/77.
A2: Recorded in room 301 at the Cross Keys Inn, Columbia, Maryland — 8/27/77 (thanks to Pete Wiley); and on stage at the Garden State Arts Center, Holmdale, New Jersey — 9/7/77. For Judy.
A3: Recorded backstage in the big rehearsal room at Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Sarasota Springs, New York — 9/1/77.
A4: Recorded live on stage at the Garden State Arts Center, Holmdale, New Jersey — 9/6/77.
A5: Recorded in room 124 at the Holiday Inn, Edwardsville, Illinois — 8/17/77.
Any resemblance to persons living or nearly dead...
B1: Recorded in room 124 at the Holiday Inn, Edwardsville, Illinois — 8/18/77.
The author sings harmony.
B2: Recorded live at the Universal Ampitheatre, Universal City, California — 9/17/77.
B3: Recorded on a bus (a Continental Silver Eagle) somewhere in New Jersey — 9/8/77.
B5: The Zodiacs don't mind

Assistance on stage recordings using Showco's 24-track Studer.
Assistance on hotel & bus recordings using N.Y.C. Record Plant's remote truck.
Mixed at Sound Factory, L. A., using the Aphex.
Mastered at A&M.
Lights & Sound by Showco.
Piano supplied by Sound Productions.
Tour booked for the Wm. Morris Agency.
Many thanks to Elizabeth Reynolds.
Thanks always to David Geffen.

Craig Doerge, Russell Kunkel, and Danny Kortchmar appear courtesy of The Section and Capitol Records
Danny Kortchmar also appears courtesy of Dark Horse Records

℗ & © 1977 Elektra/Asylum Records • A division of Warner Communications Inc.

A1, A3, A4, B3: © Copyright 1977 Swallow Turn Music ASCAP.
All rights administered by WB Music Corp.
A2: © Copyright 1971 Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. and Road Canon Music BMI.
All rights administered by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp.
A5: © 1968 Chandos Music ASCAP
B1: © 1977 Kortchmar Music ASCAP
B2: © 1977 Swallow Turn Music ASCAP, Naked Snake Music BMI & Vanilla Grits Music BMI.
All rights on behalf of Swallow Turn Music administered by WB Music Corp.
B4: © 1977 Swallow Turn Music ASCAP & Gianni Music BMI.
All rights administered by WB Music Corp. on behalf of Swallow Turn Music.
All rights administered by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. on behalf of Gianni Music.
B5: © 1960 Cherio Corp. BMI1, 9: Recorded live on stage at Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, Maryland — 8/27/77.
2: Recorded in room 301 at the Cross Keys Inn, Columbia, Maryland — 8/27/77 (thanks to Pete Wiley); and on stage at the Garden State Arts Center, Holmdale, New Jersey — 9/7/77. For Judy.
3: Recorded backstage in the big rehearsal room at Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Sarasota Springs, New York — 9/1/77.
4: Recorded live on stage at the Garden State Arts Center, Holmdale, New Jersey — 9/6/77.
5: Recorded in room 124 at the Holiday Inn, Edwardsville, Illinois — 8/17/77.
Any resemblance to persons living or nearly dead...
6: Recorded in room 124 at the Holiday Inn, Edwardsville, Illinois — 8/18/77.
The author sings harmony.
7: Recorded live at the Universal Ampitheatre, Universal City, California — 9/17/77.
8: Recorded on a bus (a Continental Silver Eagle) somewhere in New Jersey — 9/8/77.
10: The Zodiacs don't mind...

Craig Doerge, Russell Kunkel, and Danny Kortchmar appear courtesy of The Section and Capitol Records
Danny Kortchmar also appears courtesy of Dark Horse Records

℗ & © 1977 Elektra/Asylum Records • A division of Warner Communications Inc.

6 panel fold out insert.Full-size 8 page booklet included.

A1, B4: Recorded live on stage at Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, Maryland — 8/27/77.
A2: Recorded in room 301 at the Cross Keys Inn, Columbia, Maryland — 8/27/77 (thanks to Pete Wiley); and on stage at the Garden State Arts Center, Holmdale, New Jersey — 9/7/77. For Judy.
A3: Recorded backstage in the big rehearsal room at Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Sarasota Springs, New York — 9/1/77.
A4: Recorded live on stage at the Garden State Arts Center, Holmdale, New Jersey — 9/6/77.
A5: Recorded in room 124 at the Holiday Inn, Edwardsville, Illinois — 8/17/77.
Any resemblance to persons living or nearly dead...
B1: Recorded in room 124 at the Holiday Inn, Edwardsville, Illinois — 8/18/77.
The author sings harmony.
B2: Recorded live at the Universal Ampitheatre, Universal City, California — 9/17/77.
B3: Recorded on a bus (a Continental Silver Eagle) somewhere in New Jersey — 9/8/77.
B5: The Zodiacs don't mind

Assistance on stage recordings using Showco's 24-track Studer.
Assistance on hotel & bus recordings using N.Y.C. Record Plant's remote truck.
Mixed at Sound Factory, L. A., using the Aphex.
Mastered at A&M.
Lights & Sound by Showco.
Piano supplied by Sound Productions.
Tour booked for the Wm. Morris Agency.
Many thanks to Elizabeth Reynolds.
Thanks always to David Geffen.

Craig Doerge, Russell Kunkel, and Danny Kortchmar appear courtesy of The Section and Capitol Records
Danny Kortchmar also appears courtesy of Dark Horse Records

℗ & © 1977 Elektra/Asylum Records • A division of Warner Communications Inc.

A1, A3, A4, B3: © Copyright 1977 Swallow Turn Music ASCAP.
All rights administered by WB Music Corp.
A2: © Copyright 1971 Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. and Road Canon Music BMI.
All rights administered by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp.
A5: © 1968 Chandos Music ASCAP
B1: © 1977 Kortchmar Music ASCAP
B2: © 1977 Swallow Turn Music ASCAP, Naked Snake Music BMI & Vanilla Grits Music BMI.
All rights on behalf of Swallow Turn Music administered by WB Music Corp.
B4: © 1977 Swallow Turn Music ASCAP & Gianni Music BMI.
All rights administered by WB Music Corp. on behalf of Swallow Turn Music.
All rights administered by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. on behalf of Gianni Music.
B5: © 1960 Cherio Corp. BMIA1, B4: Recorded live on stage at Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, Maryland — 8/27/77.
A2: Recorded in room 301 at the Cross Keys Inn, Columbia, Maryland — 8/27/77 (thanks to Pete Wiley); and on stage at the Garden State Arts Center, Holmdale, New Jersey — 9/7/77. For Judy.
A3: Recorded backstage in the big rehearsal room at Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Sarasota Springs, New York — 9/1/77.
A4: Recorded live on stage at the Garden State Arts Center, Holmdale, New Jersey — 9/6/77.
A5: Recorded in room 124 at the Holiday Inn, Edwardsville, Illinois — 8/17/77.
Any resemblance to persons living or nearly dead...
B1: Recorded in room 124 at the Holiday Inn, Edwardsville, Illinois — 8/18/77.
The author sings harmony.
B2: Recorded live at the Universal Ampitheatre, Universal City, California — 9/17/77.
B3: Recorded on a bus (a Continental Silver Eagle) somewhere in New Jersey — 9/8/77.
B5: The Zodiacs don't mind

Assistance on stage recordings using Showco's 24-track Studer.
Assistance on hotel & bus recordings using N.Y.C. Record Plant's remote truck.
Mixed at Sound Factory, L. A., using the Aphex.
Mastered at A&M.
Lights & Sound by Showco.
Piano supplied by Sound Productions.
Tour booked for the Wm. Morris Agency.
Many thanks to Elizabeth Reynolds.
Thanks always to David Geffen.

Craig Doerge, Russell Kunkel, and Danny Kortchmar appear courtesy of The Section and Capitol Records
Danny Kortchmar also appears courtesy of Dark Horse Records

℗ & © 1977 Elektra/Asylum Records • A division of Warner Communications Inc.

A1, A3, A4, B3: © Copyright 1977 Swallow Turn Music ASCAP.
All rights administered by WB Music Corp.
A2: © Copyright 1971 Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. and Road Canon Music BMI.
All rights administered by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp.
A5: © 1968 Chandos Music ASCAP
B1: © 1977 Kortchmar Music ASCAP
B2: © 1977 Swallow Turn Music ASCAP, Naked Snake Music BMI & Vanilla Grits Music BMI.
All rights on behalf of Swallow Turn Music administered by WB Music Corp.
B4: © 1977 Swallow Turn Music ASCAP & Gianni Music BMI.
All rights administered by WB Music Corp. on behalf of Swallow Turn Music.
All rights administered by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. on behalf of Gianni Music.
B5: © 1960 Cherio Corp. BMI

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix A on label): 6E-113-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix B on label): 6E-113-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A etched): 6E-115 A-9 RE PRCW
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B etched): 6E-115 B-3 PRCW
  • Pressing Plant ID (On labels): PRC-W
  • Rights Society (A1, A3 to B4): ASCAP
  • Rights Society (A2, B2, B4, B5): BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (A Side Stamped): OLW 074 A
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side Stamped): OLW 074 B
  • Rights Society: K.E.C.P.P.
  • Other (Back Cover (Bottom Right Corner)): 7905-L1600-7905-L1607
  • Matrix / Runout (A Side Etched): 6E-113 A CR T. L. C.
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side Etched): 6E-113 B SNB AL
  • Matrix / Runout: 113-2 SRC-02 DIDM 2632 11A11

Companies

  • Licensed From – WEA
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Elektra/Asylum Records
  • Copyright (c) – Elektra/Asylum Records
  • Mixed At – The Sound Factory
  • Mastered At – A&M Studios
  • Pressed By – PRC Recording Company, Compton, CA
  • Manufactured By – Oasis Record Co.
  • Published By – Swallow Turn Music
  • Published By – Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp.
  • Published By – Road Canon Music
  • Published By – Chandos Music
  • Published By – Kortchmar Music
  • Published By – Naked Snake Music
  • Published By – Vanilla Grits Music
  • Published By – Gianni Music
  • Published By – Cherio Corp.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Elektra/Asylum Records
  • Copyright (c) – Elektra/Asylum Records
  • Mixed At – The Sound Factory
  • Mastered At – A&M Studios
  • Pressed By – PRC Recording Company, Compton, CA
  • Manufactured By – WEA Music Of Canada, Ltd.
  • Published By – Swallow Turn Music
  • Published By – Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp.
  • Published By – Road Canon Music
  • Published By – Chandos Music
  • Published By – Kortchmar Music
  • Published By – Naked Snake Music
  • Published By – Vanilla Grits Music
  • Published By – Gianni Music
  • Published By – Cherio Corp.
  • Distributed By – WEA Music Of Canada, Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Elektra/Asylum Records
  • Copyright (c) – Elektra/Asylum Records
  • Manufactured By – WEA Manufacturing Inc. – DIDM 2632
  • Manufactured By – G.P.I. S.A.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Elektra/Asylum Records
  • Copyright (c) – Elektra/Asylum Records
  • Recorded At – Merriweather Post Pavilion
  • Recorded At – Cross Keys Inn, Columbia
  • Recorded At – Garden State Arts Center
  • Recorded At – Saratoga Performing Arts Center
  • Recorded At – Holiday Inn, Edwardsville
  • Recorded At – Universal Amphitheatre
  • Recorded By – Record Plant Mobile Studio
  • Mixed At – The Sound Factory
  • Mastered At – A&M Studios
  • Pressed By – PRC Recording Company, Compton, CA
  • Record Company – Warner Communications Inc.
  • Published By – Swallow Turn Music
  • Published By – Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp.
  • Published By – Road Canon Music
  • Published By – Chandos Music
  • Published By – Kortchmar Music
  • Published By – Naked Snake Music
  • Published By – Vanilla Grits Music
  • Published By – Gianni Music
  • Published By – Cherio Corp.

Video

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