Music for a lifetime....
Something/Anything?, Todd Rundgren - "I'm probably the whitest singer in the world," Rundgren told Rolling Stone in 1972. "I have no 'soul' in the usual sense — but I can do this great feminine falsetto." On this tour-de-force double album, Rundgren employs that falsetto on two great singles in the vein of Carole King: "I Saw the Light" and "Hello It's Me." For the rest of the album, he demonstrates his complete command of the studio, playing almost all the instruments himself.
Jackson Browne 'Running On Empty' (1977) A commercial breakthrough of sorts for Browne on this his fifth album. On the face of it this is a live album, most of the songs were recorded either on stage or in the tour bus or hotel room, but it's been likened more to a concept album about the road. None of the songs had previously been released and surprisingly, only a couple of them are Browne compositions. The star of this album is really David Lindley who provides lap steel and fiddle (the latter