The Eagles release ‘On the Border,’ their first album to feature Don Felder (1974)
The Eagles‘ ‘On the Border’ is their third (the first to feature Don Felder) studio album released on March 22, 1974 by Asylum.
1 . Already Gone Live
2 . Already Gone (California Jam, 1974 )
3 . Midnight Flyer (California Jam, 1974 )
4 . Already Gone / Midnight Flyer (Live, 1974)
5 . James Dean (California Jam, 1974 )
6 . Best Of My Love (Live)
7 . Best Of My Love (Live, 1977)
Eagles – On the Border
Track Listing : 1.Already Gone (Jack Tempchin, Robb Strandlund) – 04:15 . 2.You Never Cry Like A Lover (J.D. Souther, Don Henley) – 04:00 . 3.Midnight Flyer (Paul Craft) – 03:55 . 4.My Man (Bernie Leadon) – 03:29 . 5.On The Border (Don Henley, Bernie Leadon, Glenn Frey) – 04:23 . 6.James Dean (Jackson Browne, Glenn Frey, J.D. Souther, Don Henley) – 03:38 . 7.Ol’ ’55 (Tom Waits) – 04:21 . 8.Is It True? (Randy Meisner) – 03:14 . 9.Good Day In Hell (Don Henley, Glenn Frey) – 04:25 . 10.Best Of My Love (Don Henley, Glenn Frey, J.D. Souther) – 04:34
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Musicians : The Eagles – Band . Don Felder – Lead Guitar On (1), Slide Guitar On (9) . Glenn Frey – Vocals, Lead On (1 – 6 – 7 – 9), Guitars, Piano . Don Henley – Vocals, Lead On (2 – 5 – 10), Drums . Bernie Leadon – Vocals, Lead On (4), Guitars, Banjo . Randy Meisner – Vocals, Lead On (3 – 8), Bass . Al Perkins – Pedal Steel Guitar On (7)
Production : Produced By Bill Szymczyk, Glyn Johns . Rod Thear – Engineer . Gary Ladinsky – Engineer . Allan Blazek – Engineer . Lee Hulko – Mastering
Package : Beatian Yazz – Painting . Henry Diltz – Photography . Rick Griffin – Lettering . Gary Burden – Art Direction
Recorded 1973 – 7974 At Record Plant Studios, Los Angeles, Ca.
Released On March 22, 1974 By Asylum.
(Source Eagles – On the Border | Official site)
I consider “Already Gone” as one of the perfect Eagles’ songs and up-tempo pop rock at its best. Felder and Leadon provide a dual lead guitar attack and Glenn Frey’s vocal leads the harmonies on a song that was meant to be played loud. […]
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How the Eagles Steered From Country to Rock With ‘On the BorderEagles fans are painfully aware of how short-lived that bond between Frey and Felder would ultimately prove to be, but in the short term, the group’s punchier sound helped reverse the sales slide they’d suffered with Desperado. […]
Too often do they find themselves rehashing the same old material, or they exhibit their obligation to a southern jam. Intended to be fun, they often drag and bore, losing at the song’s most obvious purpose. […]
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