1977 Jackson Browne – Here Come Those Tears Again (US:#23)

“Here Come Those Tears Again” is a song written and performed by American singer-songwriter Jackson Browne and included on his 1976 album The Pretender. Released as a single, it reached #23 one year to the week after the death of Browne’s wife, Phyllis Major, spending nine weeks on the chart, after entering the Billboard Hot 100 on February 5, 1977 at position #64, the highest debut of the week. It also reached #15 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart. The single was the eighth-highest charting of his Hot 100 career. It was also released as a single in the United Kingdom, Germany and Japan.




BassBob Glaub
DrumsJim Gordon
Guitar (solo)John Hall
GuitarFred Tackett
Acoustic GuitarFred Tackett
OrganMike Utley
PianoBill Payne
Background VocalsBonnie Raitt
Background VocalsRosemary Butler

Produced By

Jon Landau


Jackson Browne
Nancy Farnsworth


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