Long Road Out of Eden

Long Road Out of Eden

by EaglesEagles

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Long Road Out of Eden 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
GoldSounz More than 1 year ago
I'm a huge fan of everything Eagles from 1971 through '79. I just don't see any of that in this. A lot of this sounds like warmed over Henley and Frey solo crap. And I'm not suggesting that it's missing the Felder guitar or anything like that. It just sounds homogenized and safe. Making songs that sound like "Take It Easy" or "Life in the Fast Lane" never measure up to the originals and as a result sound dated. But, hey, if they were targeting the Walmart/pop Country crowd with this stuff, then they've achieved their goal.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The Eagles have outdone themselves. Even better than the live concert!
DarinMich More than 1 year ago
I went to their concert when they were in town in April, as a guest of my sister (who is a big fan). I've enjoyed the Eagles in the past, but never called myself a "huge" fan. I do like & appreciate many of their songs though, and was happy to go. I really enjoyed the concert, and really liked all of the new songs they did from their new CD. What harmonies, and a lot of beautiful music!! I bought the CD the next day, and it's been my latest favourite ever since. I've grown to love so many on this CD. After a couple of weeks I found I really like the "whole" CD which is very unusual for me. I'd highly recommend it!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Beautiful new release by a still-great band, solid musicianship and rich harmonies. Their voices remain strong and their approach is more sweet, thoughtful and introspective - they're aging very well. There is one misfit in the collection for my tastes, but overall, a great CD and worth the investment to hear the evolution of a classic American band.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago