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On March 10, 1981.

On March 10, 1981, “Asylum” label released “On There Goes the Neighborhood”, the fifth Joe Walsh album. It was recorded October – November 1980, and was produced by Joe Walsh and George “Chocolate” Perry.


  • Joe Walsh– vocals, guitars, piano, synthesizer, bass guitar
  • Don Felder– guitar, pedal steel, backing vocals
  • Joe Vitale– drums, keyboards, flute
  • Victor Feldman– percussion
  • Russ Kunkel– percussion
  • David Lindley– percussion, violin, backing vocals
  • Bob Mayo– guitar
  • Kenny Passarelli– bass guitar, backing vocals
  • George “Chocolate” Perry– bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Tom Stephenson – keyboards
  • Timothy B. Schmit– backing vocals
  • Jody Boyer – backing vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Joe Walsh, except where noted.

  1. Things
  2. Made Your Mind Up
  3. Down on the Farm
  4. Rivers (Of the Hidden Funk) – Joe Walsh, Don Felder
  5. A Life of Illusion – Kenny Passarelli, Joe Walsh
  6. Bones
  7. Rockets
  8. You Never Know

In December 1982.

In December 1982, “Capitol” label released “The Distance”, the twelfth Bob Seger studio album. It was recorded in 1982, and was produced by Jimmy Iovine.


  • Bob Seger- guitar, vocals
  • Chris Campbell – bass
  • Craig Frost- keyboard
  • Alto Reed- saxophone
  • Barry Beckett- keyboard
  • Pete Carr- guitar
  • Roger Hawkins- drums
  • David Hood- bass
  • Randy McCormick– keyboard
  • Drew Abbott– guitar
  • Russ Kunkel– drums
  • Roy Bittan– piano
  • Michael Boddicker- synthesizer
  • Don Felder– guitar
  • Glenn Frey- harmony vocals
  • Bobbye Hall- percussion
  • Davey Johnstone, Danny “Kootch” Kortchmar– guitar
  • Bill Payne- synthesizer, keyboard
  • Waddy Wachtel– guitar
  • Ginger Blake, Joan Sliwin, Laura Creamer, Linda Dillard, Shaun Murphy- background vocals
  • Bonnie Raitt- harmony vocals
  • Engineer: Shelly Yakus

Track listing:

All tracks by Bob Seger, except where noted.

  1. Even Now
  2. Makin’ Thunderbirds
  3. Boomtown Blues
  4. Shame on the Moon – Rodney Crowell
  5. Love’s the Last to Know
  6. Roll Me Away
  7. House Behind a House
  8. Comin’ Home
  9. Little Victories

On May 23, 2000.

On May 23, 2000, “Warner Bros” label released “Inside Job”, the fourth Don Henley solo studio album. It was recorded 1999-2000, and was produced by Don Henley and Stan Lynch.


  • Don Henley– drums, guitar, piano, lead vocals, keyboards
  • Jana Anderson – background vocals
  • Gregg Bissonette– drums
  • Stuart Brawley– songwriter, musician, engineer, programmer
  • Jebin Bruni – musician
  • Valerie Carter– background vocals
  • John Corey– musician
  • Kevin Dorsey – background vocals
  • Timothy Drury– musician
  • Don Felder– lead guitar, vocals
  • Michael Fisher – musician
  • Glenn Frey– guitar, vocals, piano, keyboards
  • Bob Glaub– bass
  • Stevie Gurr – musician
  • Dorian Holley– background vocals
  • Larry Klein– guitars
  • Kipp Lennon– background vocals
  • Mark Lennon – background vocals
  • Michael Lennon– background vocals
  • Joseph Powell – background vocals
  • Frank Simes– guitars
  • Steuart Smith– guitars
  • Benmont Tench– keyboards, organ, piano
  • Carmen Twillie– background vocals
  • Jimmie Vaughan– harmonica, vocals
  • Mervyn Warren– background vocals
  • Julia Waters – background vocals
  • Luther Waters – background vocals
  • Maxine Waters– background vocals
  • Oren Waters– background vocals
  • Jai Winding – bass
  • Stevie Wonder– keyboards, background vocals
  • Monalisa Young – background vocals
  • Terry Young – background vocals
  • Pat Lennon– background vocals
  • Michael Mishaw– background vocals
  • Lance Morrison – musician
  • Engineers: Stuart Brawley, Rob Jacobs
  • Assistant engineers: Charlie Bouis, Andy Haller, Daniel Mendez, Roger Sommers, Jeff Thomas, Ken Villeneuve, Ted Barela, Steve Griffen
  • Mixing: Rob Jacobs
  • Mastering: Stephen Marcussen
  • Digital editing: Stewart Whitmore
  • Technical support: Dave Hecht, Art Kelm
  • String arrangements: Randy Newman
  • Randy Newman– conductor
  • David Paich– keyboards
  • Dean Parks– guitars
  • Darryl Phinnessee – background vocals
  • Tim Pierce– guitars
  • Randy Jackson– musician

Track listing:

  1. Nobody Else in the World But You – Don Henley, Stan Lynch, Jai Winding
  2. Taking You Home – Stuart Brawley, Don Henley, Stan Lynch
  3. For My Wedding – Larry John McNally
  4. Everything Is Different Now – Don Henley, Scott F. Crago, Timothy Drury
  5. Workin’ It – Don Henley, Frank Simes, Stan Lynch
  6. Goodbye to a River – Don Henley, Stan Lynch, Jai Winding, Frank Simes
  7. Inside Job – Don Henley, Mike Campbell
  8. They’re Not Here, They’re Not Coming – Don Henley, Stan Lynch
  9. Damn It Rose – Don Henley, Stan Lynch
  10. Miss Ghost – Don Henley, Stan Lynch, Jai Winding
  11. The Genie – Don Henley, Stan Lynch, Stuart Brawley
  12. Annabel – Don Henley, John Corey
  13. My Thanksgiving – Don Henley, Stan Lynch, Jai Winding

On September 24, 1979.


On September 24, 1979, “Asylum” label released “The Long Run”, the sixth Eagles studio album. It was recorded March 1978 – September 1979, and was produced by Bill Szymczyk and The Eagles. This was band’s last  album to feature Timothy B. Schmit, who had replaced founding member Randy Meisner, and the final studio album for “Asylum” label. “The Long Run” was certified 7 x Platinum in the US by the “RIIA”.


  • Don Felder– vocals, guitars, talkbox, organ
  • Glenn Frey– vocals, guitars, synthesizer, keyboards
  • Don Henley– vocals, drums, percussion
  • Timothy B. Schmit– vocals, bass guitar
  • Joe Walsh– vocals, electric guitars, slide guitar, talkbox,synthesizer, keyboards
  • Jimmy Buffett– backing vocals
  • The Monstertones – backing vocals
  • David Sanborn– alto saxophone
  • Bob Seger– backing vocals
  • Engineers: Ed Mashal, Bill Szymczyk
  • Assistant engineers: David Crowther, Mark Curry, Phil Jamtaas, Bob Stringer, Bob Winder
  • Mastering and remastering: Ted Jensen
  • Art direction, design: Kosh
  • Photography: Jim Shea

Track listing:

  1. The Long Run – Don Henley, Glenn Frey
  2. I Can’t Tell You Why – Timothy B. Schmit, Don Henley, Glenn Frey
  3. In the City – Joe Walsh, Barry De Vorzon
  4. The Disco Strangler – Don Felder, Don Henley, Glenn Frey
  5. King of Hollywood – Don Henley, Glenn Frey
  6. Heartache Tonight – Don Henley, Glenn Frey, Bob Seger,  D. Souther
  7. Those Shoes – Don Felder, Don Henley, Glenn Frey
  8. Teenage Jail – Don Henley, Glenn Frey, D. Souther
  9. The Greeks Don’t Want No Freaks – Don Henley, Glenn Frey
  10. The Sad Café – Don Henley, Glenn Frey, D. Souther

On June 10, 1975.


On June 10, 1975, “Asylum” label released “One of These Nights”, the fourth Eagles studio album. It was recorded 1974 – 1975, at “Mac Emmerman’s Criteria Studios” in Miami and “Record Plant Studios” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Bill Szymczyk. The album single, “Lyin’ Eyes” won the award for “Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals”. In 2001, the album was certified 4 x Platinum in the US by the “RIIA”.


  • Don Felder– vocals, guitars, slide guitar, string arrangements
  • Glenn Frey– vocals, guitars, piano, electric piano, harmonium, string arrangements
  • Don Henley– vocals, drums, percussion, tabla, string arrangements
  • Bernie Leadon– vocals, guitars, banjo, mandolin, pedal steel, string arrangements
  • Randy Meisner– vocals, bass guitar
  • David Bromberg– fiddles
  • The Royal Martian Orchestra – strings
  • Albhy Galuten– synthesizer
  • Jim Ed Norman– piano, orchestrations
  • Sid Sharp – concert master
  • Jim Ed Norman – conductor, string arrangements
  • Allan Blazek, Michael Braunstein, Ed Mashal, Bill Szymczyk, Michael Verdick, Don Wood – engineers
  • Gary Burden – design, art direction
  • Norman Seeff, Tom Kelley – photography

Track listing:

  1. One of These Nights – Don Henley, Glenn Frey
  2. Too Many Hands – Randy Meisner, Don Felder
  3. Hollywood Waltz – Bernie Leadon, Tom Leadon, Don Henley, Glenn Frey
  4. Journey of the Sorcerer – Bernie Leadon
  5. Lyin’ Eyes – Don Henley, Glenn Frey
  6. Take It to the Limit – Randy Meisner, Don Henley, Glenn Frey
  7. Visions – Don Felder, Don Henley
  8. After the Thrill Is Gone – Don Henley, Glenn Frey
  9. I Wish You Peace – Patti Davis, Bernie Leadon

On May 21, 1983.


On May 21, 1983, “Warner Bros” label released “You Bought It – You Name”, the sixth Joe Walsh studio album. It was recorded September 20, 1982 – October 8, 1982, and was produced by Joe Walsh, George “Chocolate” Perry and Bill Szymczyk.


  • Joe Walsh– lead vocals, guitars, slide guitar, synthesizers, linnDrums
  • Waddy Wachtel– rhythm guitar, synthesized Guitar
  • George “Chocolate” Perry– bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Joe Vitale– bass guitar, flute, piano, drums, keyboards, backing vocals, syndrum
  • Kevin Dukes– rhythm guitar
  • Don Felder– guitars, backing vocals
  • Joe Pruessner – bass guitar
  • Don Henley– backing vocals
  • Timothy B. Schmit– backing vocals
  • Michael Martin Murphey– backing vocals
  • Bill Szymczyk– backing vocals
  • Engineer: Jim Nipar
  • Assistant engineer: Terry Nelson
  • Mastering: Ted Jensen
  • Head Technical Engineer: Scott Stogel
  • Record Plant Mobile: Mark Eshelman
  • Direction: Irving Azoff
  • Art direction: Jeff Adamoff
  • Design: Jeff Adamoff
  • Photography: Jim Shea
  • Hand Coloring: Bob Jacobs

Track listing:

All tracks by Joe Walsh, except where noted.

  1. I Can Play That Rock and Roll
  2. Told You So – Don Felder, Joe Walsh
  3. Here We Are Now
  4. The Worry Song – George “Chocolate” Perry, Joe Walsh
  5. L.B.T.s – Joe Vitale, Joe Walsh
  6. Space Age Whiz Kids – Joe Vitale, Joe Walsh
  7. Love Letters – Edward Heyman, Victor Young
  8. Class of ‘65’
  9. Shadows
  10. Theme from Island Weirdos – Joe Vitale, Joe Walsh



On March 22, 1974.


On March 22, 1974,”Asylum” label released “On the Border”, the third Eagles studio album. It was recorded at “Record Plant Studios” in Los Angeles, and “Olympic Studios” in London, and was produced by Bill Szymczyk and Glyn Johns. “On the Border” is the first Eagles album to be released in Quadraphonic sound. On June 5, 1974, the album was certified Gold by the “RIAA”, after two months of its release.


  1. Don Felder– lead guitar, slide guitar
  2. Glenn Frey– vocals, guitars, slide guitar, piano
  3. Don Henley– vocals, drums
  4. Bernie Leadon– vocals, guitars, banjo, pedal steel guitar
  5. Randy Meisner– vocals, bass guitar
  6. Al Perkins– pedal steel guitar
  7. Bill Szymczyk– producer, engineer
  8. Glyn Johns– producer and engineer
  9. Rod Thear, Gary Ladinsky, Allan Blazek – engineers
  10. Beatian Yazz – painting
  11. Henry Diltz– photography
  12. Rick Griffin– lettering
  13. Gary Burden – art direction, design

Track listing:

  1. Already Gone – Jack Tempchin and Robb Strandlund
  2. You Never Cry Like a Lover – D. Souther and Don Henley
  3. Midnight Flyer – Paul Craft
  4. My Man – Bernie Leadon
  5. On the Border – Don Henley, Bernie Leadon and Glenn Frey)
  6. James Dean – Jackson Browne, Glenn Frey, J.S. Souther and Don Henley
  7. Ol’ ’55” – Tom Waits
  8. Is It True? – Randy Meisner
  9. Good Day in Hell – Don Henley and Glenn Frey
  10. Best of My Love – Don Henley, Glenn Frey and J.D. Souther


On February 15, 1980.


On February 15, 1980,“Elektra” label released “Bad Luck Streak in Dancing School”, the fourth Warren Zevon studio album. It was recorded in 1979, and was produced by Greg Ladanyi and Warren Zevon. The term “dancing school” was used as a euphemism for a brothel since the mid-17th century.


  • Warren Zevon– organ, synthesizer, bass, guitar, harmonica, piano, strings, keyboards, vocals
  • Jorge Calderón– guitar; backing vocals
  • David Lindley– lap steel, guitar
  • Rick Marotta– percussion, drums, vocals, bells, Syndrums
  • The Sid Sharp Strings – strings
  • Jackson Browne– guitar, slide guitar; backing vocals
  • Don Felder– guitar
  • Glenn Frey– harmony vocals
  • Don Henley– harmony vocals
  • Ben Keith– pedal steel guitar
  • Linda Ronstadt– descant, backing vocals
  • Leland Sklar– bass
  • D. Souther– backing vocals
  • Waddy Wachtel– lead guitar, guitar
  • Joe Walsh– lead guitar

Track listing:

All tracks by Warren Zevon, except where noted

  1. Bad Luck Streak in Dancing School
  2. A Certain Girl – Naomi Neville
  3. Jungle Work – Jorge Calderón, Warren Zevon
  4. Empty-Handed Heart
  5. Interlude No. 1
  6. Play It All Night Long
  7. Jeannie Needs a Shooter – Bruce Springsteen, Warren Zevon
  8. Interlude No. 2
  9. Bill Lee
  10. Gorilla, You’re a Desperado
  11. Bed of Coals – T-Bone Burnett, Warren Zevon
  12. Wild Age

On December 8, 1976.

Hotel California

On December 8, 1976, “Asylum” label released “Hotel California”, the fifth Eagles studio album. It was recorded March – October 1976, at the “Criteria Studios”, in Miami and “Record Plant Studios”, in Los Angeles, and was produced by Bill Szymczyk. “Hotel California” was the last album with bassist Randy Meisner, the first one without the guitarists Bernie Leadon and first album with guitarist Joe Walsh.  The album won two “Grammy Awards” for the songs “New Kid in Town” and for “Hotel California” and sold in more than 15 million copies in the U.S. and in more than 30 million copies worldwide, becoming the band’s most successful album. The album topped the charts and won the band two Grammy Awards for “Hotel California” and “New Kid in Town”. Magazine “Rolling Stone” ranked “Hotel California” at number 37 on it‍ ’​‍s list of “The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time”, and ranked the song “Hotel California” at number 49 on it’s list of “The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time”.


  • Don Felder– guitars, pedal steel guitar, vocals
  • Glenn Frey– guitars, piano, clavinet, synthesizer, vocals
  • Don Henley– drums, percussion, synthesizer, vocals
  • Randy Meisner– bass guitar, guitarrón, vocals
  • Joe Walsh– guitars, slide guitar, piano, organ, synthesizer, vocals
  • Jim Ed Norman– string arrangements, conductor
  • Don Henley, John Kosh – art direction
  • John Kosh– design
  • David Alexander – photography

Track listing:

  1. Hotel California – Don Felder, Don Henley, Glenn Frey
  2. New Kid in Town – Don Henley, Glenn Frey, J.D. Souther
  3. Life in the Fast Lane – Don Henley, Glenn Frey, Joe Walsh
  4. Wasted Time – Don Henley, Glenn Frey
  5. Wasted Time (Reprise) – Don Henley, Glenn Frey, Jim Ed Norman
  6. Victim of Love – Don Felder, Don Henley, Glenn Frey, J.D. Souther
  7. Pretty Maids All in a Row – Joe Walsh, Joe Vitale
  8. Try and Love Again – Randy Meisner
  9. The Last Resort – Don Henley, Glenn Frey