After the Deluge

A deep dive through the entire Jackson Browne discography starting with his first five albums, which I believe represent one of the best five-album runs by any artist ever. Each episode is built upon an interview with a different musician or writer close to Jackson Browne’s music. Follow host, Justin Cox at https://twitter.com/routinelayup Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/afterthedeluge/support

00:09:19 2022-04-28
When I make an episode of After the Deluge, I inevitably cut some parts for flow as I go about splicing in songs. I also don't typically keep the video on when I record the call, but I couldn't help but leave it on when I had Jackson himself on for the la...
00:07:06 2022-04-11
In 1976 Jackson Browne was on the heels of Late for the Sky and bout to release The Pretender. Warren Zevon had released his acclaimed self-titled record and would soon release Excitable Boy. Here we have a rough and rowdy bootleg in which the two improvi...
00:09:33 2022-02-28
Making this podcast has been a dream. Whether you're here for Jackson Browne, Bright Eyes, or some other poetic white guy, here's where you can support the project. I deeply thank you!  patreon.com/afterthedeluge 🙏 twitter.com/routinelayup --- ...
00:56:31 2021-07-22
Our guest is Jackson Browne (!) and we talk about his new record, Downhill From Everywhere. We start with his new album and then we foray all over his life and career from there. Follow me on Twitter at @routinelayup. Email me at justincox22@gmail.com.&nb...
01:09:30 2020-07-02
In this episode I talk about Standing in the Breach and Jackson Browne's full career with Anthony DeCurtis and Angie Martoccio, both of whom are Rolling Stone writers. Anthony has covered Jackson extensively over the years and Angie is on the singer-songw...
00:41:30 2020-06-24
In episode 11, I talk about The Naked Ride Home and Time the Conqueror with Rolling Stone writer and editor Jonathan Bernstein. Follow him on Twitter at @jonbern and follow myself and this show at @routinelayup. You can email me at justincox22@g...
01:00:41 2020-06-17
In episode 10, I talk about I’m Alive and Looking East with David Wild, a former Rolling Stone West Coast Bureau Chief, author of several books and longtime TV writer, including nearly 20 years with the Grammys. Follow him on Twitter at @wildaboutmusic ...
00:57:56 2020-06-11
In episode nine I talk about Lives in the Balance and World in Motion with Holly Gleason, whom you might remember from the Running on Empty episode. Holly is the author of Woman, Walk the Line: How the Women in Country Music Changed our Lives. She’...
00:56:57 2020-06-03
In episode eight I talk about Lawyers in Love and "Somebody’s Baby" with Tom Hampton—a multi-instrumentalist, sideman, session musician and singer/songwriter. Tom is a guitarist and vocalist in the country-rock band Poco and has toured with the Marsha...
00:42:25 2020-05-21
In episode six I talk about Hold Out with journalist, editor and longtime music critic Kit Rachlis, who wrote the original (largely critical) 1980 Rolling Stone review for the album. Kit is Senior Editor at California Sunday Magazine and our conversation ...
00:58:33 2020-05-12
In episode five I talk about Running on Empty with music critic, author and songwriter Holly Gleason. After a brief intro and a look at the original 1977 Rolling Stone review by Paul Nelson, our conversation starts around the 5:00 mark.  Ho...
00:48:00 2020-05-06
In episode four I talk about The Pretender with musicians Kyle Cox and Dana Cox, who are also my cousin and my dad respectively. The Pretender is Kyle’s favorite Jackson Browne album, and that record was my dad’s intro to Jackson’s music when it cam...
00:46:24 2020-04-29
In episode three I talk about Late For the Sky with culture critic and music writer Steven Hyden of Uproxx and the Rivals podcast. After a brief intro and a look at the original 1974 Rolling Stone review by Stephen Holden, our conversation starts aro...
00:40:07 2020-04-22
In episode two I talk about the album For Everyman with PNW musician Ryan Page. After a brief intro and a look at the original 1973 Rolling Stone review by Janet Maslin, our conversation starts at 5:40 mark. Share the podcast, and rate and review it. Leav...
00:48:30 2020-04-14
In the debut episode I talk about Jackson Browne’s self-titled debut album, often referred to as Saturate Before Using, with singer-songwriter William Matheny. After a brief intro of the show and a look at the original 1972 Rolling Stone review for the ...
00:02:51 2020-03-27
Join me for a deep-dive through the Jackson Browne discography starting with his first five albums, which I believe represent one of the best five-album runs by any artist ever. Each podcast episode is built upon an interview with a different musician or ...