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‘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.
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.