Song of the day: Jackson Browne- The Load-Out/Stay
Jackson Browne released this album, Running On Empty, in 1977. On this album, there was a single that got a double A-side. One part of the song was The Load-Out, a tribute to the roadies that helped Browne build up the stage before a performance. It fades into the song Stay, which was originally written and recorded by Maurice Williams. He wrote it in 1953, when he wanted that his date stayed, since she had to go home. Unfortunately, he lost. This song was recorded and released in 1960, and was covered lots of times after that. Enjoy
Jackson Browne- The Load Out/Stay
Posted on January 19, 2015, in 1970-1979, FlinterFiles Song Archive and tagged 1977, FlinterFiles Song Archive, hit, jackson browne, maurice williams, Music, roadies, running on empty, seventies, stay, the load-out. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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