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Live From The Forum MMXVIII Tracklist:
The greed of manager Irving Azoff knows no bounds. When founding member (and band leader) Glenn Frey passed away in 2016, that was the end of the band. Even Don Henley said he saw no reason to continue on. Yet, four years later, here they are, schilling out another dish of the same old songs, re-packaged. Vince Gill and Glenn's son, Deacon, now round out the band. This might say 'Eagles' on it, but don't be fooled - it's not.
I prefer the Eagles. This is a solid lineup but they’re not the Eagles. But they’re making a ton of money rehashing the old songs with a bit of country mixed in. I’ll purchase one of the live albums but it will be THE Eagles.
Yet another flawless example of the greatness of live Eagles played on live instruments. Support the same kind of real music...support your local bands playing those small dive bars and clubs. They’re carrying the torch for bands like The Eagles in their twilight years. And parents: give your kids music instruments and lessons. Pass the torch!
So glad The Eagles finally released another live concert. My copy arrived early. It sounds great, and The Eagles never disappoint. It may not be the same without Glenn Frey but his son, Deacon does a great job carrying on his legacy. Get this album!!! You will love it.
Can wait to download this. The addition of Vince Gill was brilliant! The Eagles music is timeless and incredible! Please come back to Nashville again. I would love to see this concert in person.
Brilliant show at The Forum to watch, and I’m so happy to be able to listen to it on my phone now! Deacon Frey and Vince Gill are natural talents and add a new dimension of sound to the already great Eagles’ California vibes. As usual Don Henley is pure magic, and doesn’t miss a beat. For being (mostly)old timers, they still rock the house! So excited for this album release!
Henley has assembled the BEST Eagles tribute band in history! Assembling former employees Tim Schmidt and Joe Walsh and pairing them with former Pure Prairie League guitarist Vince Gill and a son of the founding member gives Henley just enough cred to call it "Eagles" and sell enough seats to keep hockey areans full on the off-nights. Seriously, bands like this make Daivd Byrne and Johnny Marr's decision to nerer revisit their past very valid. There comes a point for every band to end it. Eagles are long past that point.
How many times the same old songs get put out live again, and again, and again! It gets old. I won’t waste my money, I’ll listen to my previous albums and other live recordings. Something new would be really nice.