Editors’ Notes Leaving behind the sun-splashed country-rock that helped the Eagles dominate the airwaves throughout the '70s, The Long Run points toward a new decade with angular lead guitars and a seductive but pervasive darkness of spirit. From Don Henley's valedictory title track through Glenn Frey's foot-stomping rocker "Heartache Tonight" to the wounded hush of Timothy B. Schmit's "I Can't Tell You Why," The Long Run feels like a band coming together one last time to say goodbye before embarking on their solo careers.
The Long Run
I Can't Tell You Why
In the City
The Disco Strangler
King of Hollywood
The Greeks Don't Want No Freaks
The Sad Cafe
10 Songs, 42 Minutes
September 24, 1979
℗ 1979 Asylum Records. Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company.
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