Review #207: Eagles, The Eagles

#207: Eagles, The Eagles

The Eagles has one of the wildest band histories ever — they’ve had nine different members over the years, and they had a shocking amount of conflict for a band who sounds like “musical wallpaper,” to quote Don Felder’s memoir Heaven and Hell: My Life in the Eagles. Case in point: Bernie Leadon, who has a prominent role on this album, their debut.

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