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♩ ♬ Time the Conqueror ♪ ♫

Time may heal all wounds, but time will steal you blind.
Time the wheel, time the conqueror.

In my mind the question: Sunrise or sunset?
In my mind I'm certain: Nothing's certain yet

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Here's another great song...

about time.


Assert Your Authority

Michael, here's another nice one for you...

Linda Paloma - live - with spanish guitars:

Great minds think alike! Jackson is my absolute favorite.

Michael Nystrom's picture

Wonderful song

Thank you so much. The guitar is great, which really captured my attention, so I looked up they lyrics, which are awesome, too.

I don't know much about Jackson, really. I was just looking over his discography:


1977 - Running on Empty - 7x Multi-Platinum!!!

Wow! That's a little before my time.

What is your favorite album? Did you like Time the Conqueror - I mean the album?

Nice little interview at the end of the video, too. They were so young!

Time may heal all wounds but time will rob you blind / time the wheel, time the conqueror.

Thanks for expanding my world a little.

He's the man.

I love it all!

Thank you - it's such a huge pleasure to share music that I love. Jackson Browne is my all-time favorite songwriter.

I was a little girl when his music was on the radio all the time in the 70's. It's so interesting how you are formatted (like a disc) to the music that is played when you're a child. I really only 'discovered' his music a few years ago. My favorite album would have to be "For Everyman" - that is what turned me on to him. I love all his albums. I love Time the Conqueror, as well - it's so excellent to hear from the perspective of age in music, when most music seems to be about the concerns of youth.

He's singing here at a high school with a gospel choir - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E20KtcgY_5c

Here's the song "For Everyman": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qr-hqAjdNrU

Someday I hope he reads RP's the Revolution.... a girl can dream, right? Anyway, enjoy, Michael.

Michael Nystrom's picture

Wow you learn something new every day

Like for example, that you're a girl! I didn't know that.

Hey, Aaron, aka Radio Friendly just shared this site called Grooveshark. Look at all the Jackson Browne songs: It is like a giant iPod in your browser. You can stream anything:


(No catch, as far as I can tell.)

I can see why you like Jackson.

He's the man.

Thanks for the link....

I'm checking it out now. Cool!

Not only a girl...

Not only is she a girl with all the compassion and caring that girls seem to hold as important,I have found that she is also one of the toughest debaters on your site Sir.I am very proud to know this very intelligent "Girl".

If I disappear from a discussion please forgive me. My 24-7 business requires me to split mid-sentence to serve them. I am not ducking out, I will be back later to catch up.

Wow, I believe I'm blushing!

Thank you, ATrue, for such an awesome compliment. Wow, when you think about it, it's so rare that we receive compliments in life.... You just literally made my day!

I hope you have an equally blessed one, as you have blessed me, my friend :)

Gas Crisis

Oh, yes. Reminds me of waiting in line for gas. Not before my time.

What do you think? http://consequeries.com/

Michael Nystrom's picture

Hey, I remember the gas crisis

I'm listening to Running on Empty now on Grooveshark, which Aaron aka radiofriendly shared with me:


I remember this song, but I didn't know it was Jackson Brown.

He says, "In '69 I was 21" Well, in '69 I was 1. lol. I remember walking to kindergarten in '74 past a gas station by my house. Cars were lined up around he block. So, technically, not before my time, either.

He's the man.
ytc's picture

Michael, what a relief!

I was almost blinded into thinking that imperial dictators are the conquerors. Whew, good to know that they, too, will be conquered by time. . . the way it always has been from time immemorial.

Michael Nystrom's picture

Thank you ytc

yes, the way it has always been, through time.

Which reminds me of a quote from another of my favorite artists, Bob Dylan:

And here I sit so patiently / waiting to find out what price / you have to pay to get out of / going through all these things twice

He's the man.


Thanks Michael.

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