Jackson Browne - Late For The Sky (Rediscover Jigsaw Puzzle)
300 piece double sided puzzle with the front & back original album cover art. For a generation that came of age with rock & roll, the covers of the era’s classic albums were more than just cardboard that protected the vinyl inside…they were part of the experience. Indelible works of 20th century art, those 12-inch-by-12-inch canvasses brought fans closer to the musicians and their sensibilities. An evocative cover portrait or a cryptic illustration tipped listeners to what they were about to hear. Pouring over the fronts and backs of LP jackets…scrutinizing every last production credit and lyric…became as essential as absorbing the music itself. Some of us even bought records solely for their cover art. Now, thanks to RedisCover Jigsaw Puzzles, the iconic album jackets of rocks’ greatest eras spring back to life, one tantalizing piece at a time. As you fill in each of these puzzles, you’ll again find yourself immersed in the covers and the music that changed the world…and your life-David Browne, Contributing Editor, Rolling Stone
- 300 piece double sided puzzle with the front & back original album cover art.
- Made in the USA
- Jackson Browne’s masterpiece 1974 third album Late For The Sky is a singular triumph in the singer-songwriter genre. Rarely has the human condition been captured so eloquently and poetically in popular music.
- The albums’ guest musicians included Don Henley, J.D. Souther, Terry Reid & Dan Fogelberg.
- The cover design (Browne’s idea) is an homage to Rene Magritte’s 1954 Surrealist painting “Empire of Light.” Photographer Bob Seidemann spent hours getting the decisive shot of a Los Angeles house at dusk, with an “early model Chevrolet” (as in the lyrics of “The Late Show”) parked in front.
- Browne wrote most of Late for the Sky in a small chapel in The Abbey, a stone house built by his grandfather that appeared on the cover of his previous album, For Everyman.