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They’ve been called everything from pop to country to southern rock…and
they have the hits to back up all three genres… [...]

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…jazzville skyline…
by rocky-o

“…taken to the limit…”

They’ve been called everything from pop to country to southern rock…and they have the hits to back up all three genres…

They are The Eagles, one of music’s most celebrated bands, known for such classics as “Desperado”, “Take It To The Limit”, “One Of These Nights”, and of course, their signature song, “Hotel California”, and now they get the full treatment on a recently released two-disc set, quite obviously called “History Of The Eagles”…

Glenn Frey and Don Henley give you an extensive look at each of their backgrounds, which gives you a tremendous insight to their musical differences and how those styles blended all those years…

Also along for the ride are fellow ‘eagles’ Joe Walsh, Timothy B. Schmit, Randy Meisner, and Don Felder, as well as veteran music industry legends such as Bob Seger, Kenny Rogers, Linda Ronstadt, Jackson Browne, Henry Diltz, J.D. Souther, and David Geffen, among others…and words are not at a loss…

While most are ablaze with kindness, some tread more heavily than others, like famed music producer Glyn Johns, who was known for tackling bands like Led Zeppelin and The Rolling Stones before he was offered up The Eagles, who were anxious to ‘rock it’ in England, but were eventually berated by Johns that they were not Zeppelin and they were never going to be…

And although that ungentle reminder that they were not ‘rock-n-roll’ was fairly early on, it was the musical differences that eventually split the dynamic duo and the band, only to have them back again for the infamously titled ‘Hell Freezes Over’ tour, so named after a comment Henley made about the chances of a reunion happening…

These are all just minor tidbits in a larger story though, and you get the entire story here, right up to the release of their latest album, “Long Road To Eden”, and the three month tour that lasted almost three years…

…and the music that has lasted five decades…


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