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The Eagles bottomed out with their 1980 live twofer, so no its' surprise Frey does likewise with this toothless set of classics and soggy solo hits. Competent hackwork. --Jeff Bateman

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listen  1. Peaceful Easy Feeling (Live Version) 2:35$1.29  Buy MP3 
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listen10. Love In The 21st Century (Live Version) 6:09$1.29  Buy MP3 
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listen12. The Heat Is On (Live Version) 4:30$1.29  Buy MP3 
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 20, 1993)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Live
  • Label: Mca
  • ASIN: B000002OOE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #145,784 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Great cd the songs on it were awesome.
Sound quality just not there for most of the songs and too much "chatting".
Glenn Frey is great in this solo, live recording.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 5, 1998
Format: Audio CD
Eagles guitarist Glenn Frey's "Live" album mixes classic Eagles tunes such as "Heartache Tonight" and "New Kid In Town" with Frey's solo material. The solo-stuff is great, but the Eagles-songs just don't sound as good as they did when played by the Eagles themselves. But that was to expect, I suppose. (There is one exception, though : Glenn Frey finishes off with a beautiful rendition of "Desperado", the first song he and fellow Eagle Don Henley co-wrote.)
The sound is very good for a live album, and while the Eagles-tunes suffer a bit from the lack of more Eagles, Frey's own songs work very well, as does his adaption of the traditional ballad "Wild Mountain Thyme" (which some of you may know as "Purple Heather"). Glenn Frey's vocals were never as powerful or as "rockin'" as Don Henley's, but his soft tenor suits most of the songs very well. This is real "easy listening", without ever being dull.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Matthew M. Yau on September 7, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Released in 1993, this is a live recording of Glenn Frey's concert in California, also one of the best since The Eagles' bottom-out in 1980s.
Guitarist Glenn Frey of the former Eagles once said that performing live was a lot like "riding a rollercoaster, a little scary but a lot of fun." The more ones does it, the less scary it becomes. Glenn Frey's own loyal fans, joined by fans of one of the greatest contemporary band in 1970s and 1980s - the Eagles, had made the night VERY fun.
This CD contains some of the Eagles' greatest hits ever along with Frey's solo materials. The soft blues "The One You Love" has remained one of my favorite for many years. The charm of this melody has sustained through the passing of time and still captured hearts of many, including myself. Glenn's magnetic, soothing, soft tenor distincts himself for the rendition.
Another song that captures my immediate attention is "Desperado", co-written by Glenn Frey and Don Henley. Glenn Frey might lack the hard rocking vocal of Henley, yet his easy-listening tone makes the performance incomparable.
Other noteworthy tunes include Frey's own "Wild Mountain Thyme", again for which his soft tenor is praised; "Smuggler's Blues", "Heartache Tonight", "Strange Weather", and and the opening song "Peaceful Easy Feeling." A nicely-done medley mixing "Lyin' Eyes" and "Take It Easy" is also included in this album.
This is a recording Eagles' fans or those of Frey shouldn't miss. Play this record loud and have some fun.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Docendo Discimus on July 28, 2003
Format: Audio CD
This fine live album, recorded in Dublin, Ireland in the summer of 1992, contains superb versions of some of Glenn Frey's best solo material, as well as faithful renditions of several Eagles tunes.
Frey performs live versions of "Strange Weather", "The One You Love" (which is one of the absolute highlights of the album), and "Love In The 21st Century" which surpass the studio originals. And his clear tenor voice is perfectly suited to soulful, R&B-infected songs like "True Love" and "I've Got Mine".
Frey also does a charming "Wild Mountain Thyme" and a rocking "The Heat Is On", and plays raw slide guitar on "Smuggler's Blues". All in all, there is not a single weak track here, the band is smooth, and the saxophones are just lovely.
And finally, Glenn Frey performs a beautiful lead vocal on "Desperado", which was originally sung by Don Henley, but which is co-composed by Frey.
Smooth, wonderful adult pop/rock at its finest.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Dean and Lisa Reid on September 30, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Touring for his Strange Weather disk, Frey hits Ireland like a storm and records his effort for both video and audio. Its a good set of material overall. Not surprisingly, it digs deep in the Strange Weather track list with some good and not so good moments. 'I've Got Mine' and 'Love in the 21st Century' are a bit cliched but exeedingly catchy. 'River of Dreams' and 'True Love' are even more cliched and instantly forgetable (I mean really, a song called True Love?!? And didn't Billy Joel do a 'River of Dreams' about the same time?). The one exquisite ballad from the album is missing from this set...Part of Me/Part of You. There are some bootlegs of this concert that actually have that song.
His 1980's soundtrack vault is well represented here with both 'Smuggler's Blues' and 'The Heat is On'. Both sound great but don't stray too much from their studio incarnations.
Of course, most people probably buy this album for the alternative versions of Eagles tunes. Six are represented here. Again, no surprises in either the selection or the performance, but it was nice to hear Frey sing 'Desperado'. Possibly the best moment on the disk, and the most Eagle-like non-Eagle tune is Wild Mountain Thyme, a very traditional sounding Irish folkish tune. Its the album's 'Seven Bridges Road' and is a real treat.
His band is first rate. Lots of talented session players, including the ubiquitious Garth Hudson, who played every reed on every geriatric rock stars' albums released in the 1990's.
No surprises, but not as bland as the Amazon critic asserts. I listen to it frequently.
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