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One of These Nights album for sale by Eagles was released Oct 25, 1990 on the Elektra (Label) label. This marked the transition from a nifty country rock band to a rock combo with the potential for world domination. One of These Nights buy CD music The music was a tad sweeter and less ironic, a morsel rockier with Top 40 friendliness. One of These Nights songs Tracks such as 'Take It To The Limit' and 'Lyin' Eyes' have been played far too much on the radio. They need to be rested in place of Bernie Leadon's unusual instrumental, 'Journey Of The Sorcerer' (used as the theme to BBC Television's Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy), or the other great Leadon song, 'I Wish You Peace'. One of These Nights CD music contains a single disc with 9 songs. ...See Full Description
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||LOVE THE EAGLES|
One of These Nights songs I LOVE THIS CD AS WELL AS ALL THEIR CD'S, I AM ONLY 21 AND IVE RUN INTO A LOT OF PEOPLE WHO ARE SURPRISED THAT I EVEN KNOW ABOUT THE EAGLES, I LOVE THE SONGS AND THE BEATS ... EVERYTHING !!!!!
By darlene_83_2004 (LAUGHLIN NEVADA)
||Most Creative Eagles Set...Ever|
One of These Nights album for sale This album was from a time back when the Eagles had substance & creativity. "The Long Run" was the beginning of the end of the "old" Eagles sound & they became a different band from that point forward.
By Rabbit (Golden Beach, MD)
One of These Nights CD music I fully agree with 'Mark in Wichita' about this album. It's The Best Of The Best. All songs are carefully done.
By svicguard-cadastro (Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil)
||The Eagles best album by far!!!|
What's going on!!! Only one person has reviewed this awesome classic album!!! I know everybody say's "HOTEL CALIFORNIA" is their best record, but this is by far the better one.
By Mark (Wichita,KS,USA)
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|CD Universe Part number||1095252|
|Release Date||Oct 25, 1990|
|Engineer||Ed Mashal; Allan Blazek; Michael Braunstein; Michael Verdick; Bill Szymcyzk; Don Wood|
|Recording Time||43 minutes|
|Personnel||Don Henley - vocals, drums, percussion|
Glenn Frey - vocals, guitar, keyboards
David Sanborn - alto saxophone
Don Felder - vocals, electric & slide guitars
Bernie Leadon - vocals, electric & steel guitars, banjo, mandolin
Randy Meisner - vocals, bass
Jim Ed Norman - piano
David Bromberg - violin, fiddle
Albhy Galuten - synthesizer