10 Songs, 36 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Eagles' 1972 debut established Don Henley, Glenn Frey, Bernie Leadon, and Randy Meisner as Southern California's breeziest country-rockers. Powered by a trio of enduring soft-rock staples—Frey's sunny Jackson Browne collaboration, "Take It Easy"; the swampy "Witchy Woman"; and the mellow "Peaceful Easy Feeling"—the album unfurls with an airy charm. Twangy guitars and supple, four-part harmonies set a laidback mood until Meisner's “Tryin’,” a swaggering rocker with a stinging guitar solo, closes the album on an energetic high.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

The Eagles' 1972 debut established Don Henley, Glenn Frey, Bernie Leadon, and Randy Meisner as Southern California's breeziest country-rockers. Powered by a trio of enduring soft-rock staples—Frey's sunny Jackson Browne collaboration, "Take It Easy"; the swampy "Witchy Woman"; and the mellow "Peaceful Easy Feeling"—the album unfurls with an airy charm. Twangy guitars and supple, four-part harmonies set a laidback mood until Meisner's “Tryin’,” a swaggering rocker with a stinging guitar solo, closes the album on an energetic high.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
66 Ratings

66 Ratings

Whymustyoubesomuchchheses ,

Good album

This album is definitely worth a buy

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amazing debut.

if you love rock music buy this. no questions.

Ben Kleschinsky ,

The real Eagles!

This is the real Eagles with Randy Mesiner on harmonies and bass, and Bernie Leadon's country licks on guitar. Nothing can ever replace their original sound. Their first four albums are overshadowed by their post Hotel California success. Their debut album is an underrated gem.

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