THE EAGLES, LONG ROAD OUT OF EDEN, 2 ELPEE HQ 180 GRAM


the eagles-Long Road out of Eden

Release date: 22-11-2007

2007 UK limited edition 20-track 2-LP set pressed on Heavyweight Vinyl, which sees Glenn, Joe, Timothy & Don return with the 1st Eagles studio album for 28 years, packed with the organic musicianship, insightful lyrics and soaring harmonies that helped make the band’s ‘Greatest Hits’ album the biggest seller ever and the band an ever-present touring force, includes the single ‘How Long’ plus the epic 10 minute title track, presented in a sealed textured gatefoldpicture sleeve with printed inner bags

Tracks:
01. No More Walks in the Wood
02. How Long
03. Busy Being Fabulous
04. What Do I Do With My Heart
05. Guilty of the Crime
06. I Don’t Want to Hear Anymore
07. Waiting in the Weeds
08. No More Cloudy Days
09. Fast Company
10. Do Something
11. You Are Not Alone
12. Long Road out of Eden
13. I Dreamed There Was No War
14. Somebody
15. Frail Grasp on the Big Picture
16. Last Good Time in Town
17. I Love to Watch a Woman Dance
18. Business as Usual
19. Center of the Universe
20. It’s Your World Now

Their first album of all new material in 28 years, the four standing members of The Eagles have a pretty good memory of what made them special in the first place. A 20-song effort, “Long Road Out of Eden” has a sufficient dose of sweeping harmonies, an overall uplifting spirit and a country-rock vibe that’s more peaceful easy feelings than anything Messrs. Henley or Frey have done as solo acts. A few heartier rockers, which have elements that show The Eagles are not strictly working off a 30-year-old blueprint, help break up the softness. Glenn Frey’s reading of Jack Tempchin and John Brannen’s “Somebody” delivers the goods most sharply in making connection between The Eagleswhen we last heard from them (1979) and today.


AS ALWAYS ORDER FROM ME THIS FANTASTIC ELPEE FROM THE EAGLES, A FAVORITE OF MINE, AND YOU KNOW, I BEAT THE PRICE

PETER S

 

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