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Standing In The Breach is Jackson Browne's fourteenth studio album. A collection of ten songs, many of them deeply personal and some of them strongly political - all the while, examining the resilience of the human condition. Has a strong political and personal influence reflected in his music. He received the Courage of Conscience Awards from The Peace Abbey in Sherborn, Massachusetts for promoting peace and justice through his music. STANDING IN THE BREACH is Jackson Browne's fourteenth studio album. A collection of ten songs, many of them deeply personal and some of them strongly political, all the while, examining the resilience of the human condition.
Standing In The Breach is Jackson Browne's fourteenth studio album. A collection of ten songs, many of them deeply personal and some of them strongly political - all the while, examining the resilience of the human condition. Has a strong political and personal influence reflected in his music. He received the Courage of Conscience Awards from The Peace Abbey in Sherborn, Massachusetts for promoting peace and justice through his music. STANDING IN THE BREACH is Jackson Browne's fourteenth studio album. A collection of ten songs, many of them deeply personal and some of them strongly political, all the while, examining the resilience of the human condition.
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Standing In The Breach [Vinyl]
Artist: Jackson Browne
Format: Vinyl
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Standing In The Breach is Jackson Browne's fourteenth studio album. A collection of ten songs, many of them deeply personal and some of them strongly political - all the while, examining the resilience of the human condition. Has a strong political and personal influence reflected in his music. He received the Courage of Conscience Awards from The Peace Abbey in Sherborn, Massachusetts for promoting peace and justice through his music. STANDING IN THE BREACH is Jackson Browne's fourteenth studio album. A collection of ten songs, many of them deeply personal and some of them strongly political, all the while, examining the resilience of the human condition.
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