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Late for the Sky

Late for the Sky is an album by singer-songwriter Jackson Browne, released in 1974.

Late for the Sky was nominated for a Grammy Award in 1975, but did not win. It peaked at #14 on Billboard's Pop Albums chart.


  1. "Late for the Sky"
  2. "Fountain of Sorrow"
  3. "Father On"
  4. "The Late Show"
  5. "The Road and the Sky"
  6. "For a Dancer"
  7. "Walking Slow"
  8. "Before the Deluge"

All songs were written by Jackson Browne.


  • Clarence White - Keyboards
  • Jackson Browne - Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar, Piano, Keyboards, Programming, Vocals, Producer, Slide Guitar
  • Dan Fogelberg - Vocals, Harmony Vocals
  • Don Henley[?] - Vocals, Harmony Vocals
  • David Lindley - Fiddle, Guitar, Violin, Guitar (Electric), Guitar (Steel), Slide Guitar
  • Terry Reid - Vocals, Harmony Vocals
  • Joyce Everson - Vocals, Harmony Vocals
  • Beth Fitchet - Vocals, Harmony Vocals
  • Doug Haywood - Bass, Harmony Vocals, Harmony
  • Jon Douglas Haywood - Bass, Vocals
  • Greg Ladanyi - Mastering
  • Perry Lindley - Vocals, Harmony Vocals
  • Kent Nebergall - Engineer
  • Tom Perry - Engineer
  • Fritz Richmond - Jug, Engineer
  • Al Schmitt - Producer
  • J.D. Souther - Harmony Vocals
  • Larry Zack - Percussion, Drums
  • Jai Winding - Organ, Piano, Keyboards

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