Tag Archive: Don Henley
‘ONE OF THESE NIGHTS’ (1975) emphasised how much the Eagles were developing as writers and performers, but also the isolation of Bernie Leadon within the band.
With enough self-deprecating humour to avoid sounding boastful, ‘Life’s Been Good’ is an important statement on rock stardom.
Linda Ronstadt is among the handful of artists blessed with the creative integrity to match her raw talent.
If ever an album cover reflected the state of a group the tombstone sleeve of ‘THE LONG RUN’ could not have been more appropriate.
‘The End Of The Innocence,’ (1989) is an embarrassment of riches, barely wasting a second through ten superbly constructed songs.
THESE SONGS HAVE A TITLE – IT’S JUST NOT CONTAINED IN THE LYRICS. BABA O’RILEY – The Who; FUNK 49 – The James Gang; JUST LIKE TOM THUMB’S BLUES – Bob Dylan; TRUE BLUE – Rod Stewart; KING OF HOLLYWOOD…