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.

SONG
Take It Easy
1
3:31
 
Witchy Woman
2
4:10
 
Chug All Night
3
3:15
 
Most of Us Are Sad
4
3:35
 
Nightingale
5
4:05
 
Train Leaves Here This Morning
6
4:10
 
Take the Devil
7
4:00
 
Earlybird
8
2:59
 
Peaceful Easy Feeling
9
4:17
 
Tryin'
10
2:53
 

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