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One Of These Nights / Too Many Hands / Hollywood Waltz / Journey Of The SorcererLyin' Eyes / Take It To The Limit / Visions / After The Thrill Is Gone / I Wish You Peace

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  • Vinyl
  • Original Release Date: 1975
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording
  • Label: Asylum Records
  • ASIN: B000LPDJZ2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (89 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #371,331 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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With five number one singles, fourteen Top 40 hits, and four number one albums, the Eagles were among the most successful recording artists of the 1970s. At the end of the 20th century, two of those albums -- Their Greatest Hits (1971-1975) and Hotel California -- ranked among the ten best-selling albums ever, and the popularity of 2007's Long Road Out of Eden proved the Eagles' ... Read more in Amazon's Eagles Store

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'One of these nights' is the Eagles' best album to date.
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The countryish "Hollywood Waltz", which was the only song written by Frey, Henley and guitarist Bernie Leadon and was, bless them, a real waltz.
Terrence J. Reardon
This album sounds even better than the first time you heard it!
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Paul HItch on December 19, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Hi there, thanks for reading my review.

This is my favourite all-time Eagles album.

The fourth and much less commercial than it's huge successor " Hotel California"

This was guitarist Bearnie Leadons last album. This was the best Eagles line-up in my opinion, just the right balance of country/ pop/ rock blend, with smooth singing, great melodies and clever lyrics.

The title track is my all time favourite Eagles song. What a brilliant song with awesome guitar. Don Henley at his finest.

The next track " Too many hands" also contains some great guitar with Glenn Frey & Don Felder swapping lead at the end of the song.

" Hollywood waltz" is a nice little mellow number, before " Journey of the Sourcerer" a haunting instrumental by Bearnie.

This music was used in the early 80s cult tv show ( and book series ) " The Hitchhikers guide to the Galaxy "

" Lyin eyes" quite a famous track now , with smooth singing by Frey is next.

" Take it to the limit" is probably Randy Meisners, the bass players, most famous song. I love this guys voice, he is the most underrated Eagles singer in my opinion. He has a great high voice. This is the ultimate Eagles song. Driving on the highway, with the sun shining and the windows down, Yeah!

"Visions" is next, another little gem that pops up on nearly every Eagles album. This is the one and only song by guitarist Don Felder. The only song I have found that he sings on.

Strange, he didn't have such a bad voice- excellent song, great guiter.

" After the thrill has gone" another typical smooth Eagles track, before ending with "I wish you peace" a beautiful piece by Bernie Leadon, who left after this album was released.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Terrence J. Reardon on November 7, 2007
Format: Audio CD
The Eagles' fourth album One Of These Nights was released in June of 1975.
Like its predecessor, was produced by Bill Szymczyk and has the same band lineup as the previous album.
The opening title track, which was a #1 hit for the band, is a rock song with a funk/soul feel which was described as disco-like but it's not a disco number and featured a dynamic vocal from Don Henley whom sang normal in the first two verses and at the end goes into Barry Gibb mode with the falsetto at the end of the track. Next is bass player Randy Meisner's "Too Many Hands", written by himself along with guitarist Don Felder (a bit of an odd couple, but it's a superb mid-tempo rocker with killer guitar solos from Felder and guitarist/keyboardist Glenn Frey). The countryish "Hollywood Waltz", which was the only song written by Frey, Henley and guitarist Bernie Leadon and was, bless them, a real waltz. Don's vocal was great and has more superb falsetto work from Henley at the end of the track and the song was the first Eagles track to have a synthesizer. The first half ends with Bernie's first of two contributions, the wild but stately 7-minute instrumental "Journey Of The Sorcerer" which was a superb piece of music.
The second half of the album starts with the second single "Lyin' Eyes", which was one of Glenn's best songs and one of few 6 minute tracks to top the charts and is a great country-rocker. Next was "Take It To The Limit", a grand and melodious stop-and-go ballad, sung by Meisner whom gave his best vocal performance on this track. The album's hardest rock song "Visions" had guitarist Felder's sole lead vocal which was co-written with Henley. Next, was "After the Thrill is Gone" which was sung by Frey and Henley and was a superb ballad about breaking up.
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 7, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Along with "Hotel California",it ranks as one of the finest 70's rock albums.The fact that the album tracks(Too Many Hands,Hollywood Waltz,Visions,After The Thrill Is Gone,the weirdly gorgeous Journey Of The Sorcerer instrumental)are actually better than the three overplayed-but-still-awesome hits(Take It To Limit,Lyin' Eyes,One Of These Nights)only testifies this record's musical excellance!Its no wonder why it turned The Eagles into a household name!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By avdr on October 27, 2000
Format: Audio CD
the eagles were one of the best rock & roll bands from the seventies and one of these nights was one in many good albums they released.the tunes are soft and relaxing and don henley's voice is perfect.most memorable songs are"one of these nights","hollywood waltz","lyin eyes" and "after the thrill is gone". the eagles make beautiful music and you should explore their work if you havent already.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Biff on September 8, 2003
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Having listened extensively to every Eagles album, I think that One of These Nights is the deepest, as in the number of quality songs for one album. There are very contrasting styles, such as an R&B feel to "One of These Nights", and a more country feel to "Lyin' Eyes". Still, the Eagles show on this album as good as any other that they are one of the best harmonizing groups ever. Most of the songs of this album demostrate that they can bring all the vocal talents together in a blend that is good enough to showcase what they have, but not too over-the-top as to drown out each other or over-reach the material. On "Take It to the Limit", Randy Meisner shows that he can not only sing lead, but sound great doing it. On many reviews I have read, not much attention is paid to the song "Visions". In my opinion it was one of the best Eagles songs ever recorded, because it is a very unique sound for the group at this time, and they pull it off greatly. "Too Many Hands" has Native American undertones, and "After the Thrill is Gone" is an excellent ballad, sung alternately by Henley and Frey. The main thing that makes this album great is the fact that the Eagles focused on newer material and mastered it, as is evident with the contrasting songs on this album, and the outstanding job the band did on the majority of them.
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