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Eagles - Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975 - Vinyl Record

Eagles - Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975 - Vinyl Record

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On their first four albums, the Eagles crafted a sound that showcased each's individual songwriting and vocals. Yet, this compilation from those albums, featuring their nine Top 40 smashes and "Desperado," proves their biggest hits belonged to Glenn Frey and Don Henley. With melodic tunes, and strummed acoustics over a rock rhythm section playing a shuffle beat, plus tenor-led harmonies, there's a distinct sound and lyrical narrative throughout. These tunes capture the romantic uncertainties, exhaustion, and intoxication in the 70s, which explains why Their Greatest Hits (1971-1975) is so much more successful than their previous discs and practically renders them unnecessary. No wonder the album made a huge splash and became the first platinum-certified record - plus, one of the best-selling albums of all time. While there may be no explanation for that, it's clear that the Eagles' music has been imprinted in the consciousness of the 70s and never left.

  1. Take It Easy
  2. Witchy Woman
  3. Lyin' Eyes
  4. Already Gone
  5. Desperado
  6. One of These Nights
  7. Tequila Sunrise
  8. Take It To the Limit
  9. Peaceful Easy Feeling
  10. The Best of My Love

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Care Instructions

Keep away from the sun.

Never place it next to a Justin Bieber record.

Treat it like your grandma, you know if she was a record. Know what I mean? Tender care, don't talk back, and never interupt during Murder She Wrote. Wait - what the hell was I writing about-

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