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James Taylor and Jackson Browne Play Chicago #SETLIST

by Roger Wink, VVN Music on July 2, 2016

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James Taylor brought his current summer tour to Chicago’s Wrigley Field on Thursday night with special guest Jackson Browne.

The two singer-songwriters, who both came into their own in the early-70’s, are not touring together but did join up for two big baseball stadium shows, Wrigley and a August 3 performance at Fenway Park in Boston.

Browne opened the show with a ten song set that concentrated on a number of his best known songs from nine different albums with For Everyman contributing both These Days and Take It Easy. Taylor joined Browne on the final song of the set, For a Rocker from Lawyers in Love.

The set list:
Rock Me on the Water (from Jackson Browne/Saturate Before Using, 1972)
Just Say Yeah (from Time the Conqueror, 2008)
The Long Way Around (from Standing in the Breach, 2014)
Fountain of Sorrow (from Late For the Sky, 1974)
Somebody’s Baby (from the soundtrack of Fast Times at Ridgemont High, 1982)
These Days (from For Everyman, 1973)
The Pretender (from The Pretender, 1976)
Running on Empty (from Running on Empty, 1977)
Take It Easy (from For Everyman, 1973)
For a Rocker (with James Taylor) (from Lawyers in Love, 1983)

After a break, Taylor took the stage with his own hits-heavy set that included four tracks from his breakthrough album, Sweet Baby James and, surprisingly, three from his 1991 set New Moon Shine.

James only sang two songs from Before This World, his album that was number 1 exactly a year ago today, choosing instead to concentrate on his 70’s output which accounted for 15 of his 22 selections. He also brought Browne back out late in the show to do his hit Doctor My Eyes.

The set list:
Something in the Way She Moves (from James Taylor, 1968)
Stretch of the Highway (from Before This World, 2015)
Walking Man (from Walking Man, 1974)
Up on the Roof (from Flag, 1979)
You’ve Got a Friend (from Mud Slide Slim & the Blue Horizon, 1971)
Copperline (from New Moon Shine, 1991)
Carolina in My Mind (from James Taylor, 1968)
(I’ve Got To) Stop Thinkin’ ‘Bout That (from New Moon Shine, 1991)
Angels of Fenway (from Before This World, 2015)
Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight (from One Man Dog, 1972)
Country Road (from Sweet Baby James, 1970)
Fire and Rain (from Sweet Baby James, 1970)
Sweet Baby James (from Sweet Baby James, 1970)
Shower the People (from In the Pocket, 1976)
Steamroller (from Sweet Baby James, 1970)
Mexico (from Gorilla, 1975)
Your Smiling Face (from JT, 1977)
America The Beautiful
Shed a Little Light (from New Moon Shine, 1991)
Knock on Wood (from the QVC special edition of Covers, 2008)
How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You) (from Gorilla, 1975)
Doctor My Eyes (with Jackson Browne) (from Browne’s Jackson Browne/Saturate Before Using, 1972)
You Can Close Your Eyes (from Mud Slide Slim & the Blue Horizon, 1971)

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