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Multiple Reviews

John David Souther: Black Rose and Home By Dawn

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John David Souther was an outlaw among outlaws in the Seventies clique of self-styled desperadoes of Los Angeles-based country rock. A frequent collaborator with, but never actually a member of, the Eagles, he readily admits, in one set of liner notes author Scott Schinder wisely devotes to the artist's own verbiage, that his iconoclastic nature didn't lend itself to ongoing group projects such as the admittedly contrived group David Geffen(founder of the Asylum Records label on which these solo titles ...

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Album Review

JD Souther: John David Souther

Read "John David Souther" reviewed by Doug Collette


JD Souther may be regarded as the unsung hero of the Los Angeles country rock axis including Linda Ronstadt, Jackson Browne and the Eagles. He collaborated to no small degree with the latter, on the ambitious Desperado (Asylum, 1973) album as well as other numbers through their entire their career, including their first number one hit “Best of My Love." And it's even arguable his eponymous solo debut is superior to that iconic group's first record, especially as heard in ...


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