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  • mike morgan

    Had These 5 been able to overcome the constant internal power struggles (Frey/Henley) they just might have been bigger than the Beatles…
    The departure of Meisner and Felder left the band as nothing more than a very polished studio band… No offense Timothy B but both the Eagles and Poco would have been better off had you stayed put…. Especially after you did such a nice job on Rose of Cimmaron……
    Very much a shame that you Glenn Fhad to be such an egotistical A hole..
    Why would you be such a low life as toforce a friggin benefit
    for some crooked politician yet refuse to do one to help secure a future for your faithful road crew as D Felder tried to get you do?
    All your money will never get you the respect you could have had if you weren't such a power hungry dick!!..
    Love your stuff Randy and Don F

  • Samuel Cole

    This performance still makes the hair stand on the back of my neck…..when Randy hits and holds that high note at 4.20 it was Rock Nirvana………that kind of thing can not be practiced or faked……..Meisner knew it by the expression on his face as did Glen Frey and also Felder hence the peace sign to Randy at the end……..magical performance and what else can you say about Meisner's True Shyness and Genuine Humility? Amazing.

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  • Robert Baker

    The ultimate corporate whores… Henley and Frey… they kicked everyone out of the band. Just the corporate aholes they always wrote about. Nothng but bittches

  • Hugo von braunschweig

    Just my opinion, but The Eagles were a pretty average country/rock band who lacked a topnotch songwriter. This was probably their most soulful song, enhanced by Randy Meisner's tremendous vocals.

  • Lynn Turman

    It's pretty much accepted that Meisner was one of the greatest harmony/falsetto singers of all time. But I think his bass playing is underrated. It seems pretty simple and un-extraordinary after a casual listen. But listen closer. He is doing things–both musically & technically–that are very subtle and that are not obvious at first.

  • Robert Lopresti

    The opening intro is very similar to Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes' "If You Don't Know Me Right Now".

  • Nattawut Uttha

    ยอดเยี่ยมมากเพลงนี้ และเป็นส่วนผสมของ The Eagles ที่ดีที่สุด