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Eagles: Please Come Home for Christmas

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Disc: 1

  1. Please Come Home for Christmas - Eagles
  2. Funky New Year - Eagles


Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 27, 1993)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Elektra / Wea
  • ASIN: B000002HY0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #37,313 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By P Magnum HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on January 8, 2001
Format: Audio CD
The Eagles hadn't released any new music in almost two years, so as a gift to their fans, they released this old Charles Brown Christmas song "Please Come Home For Christmas" in 1978. Don Henley conveys the aching and pleading of the original and it is one of the better Christmas songs out there.
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By A Customer on December 9, 2002
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This is truly the last great Christmas song recorded...in the past you've had Bing Crosby, Nat "King" Cole, Elvis and a few others with "classic" versions of our favorite holiday songs. But since the Eagles recorded this incredible version of "Please Come Home for Christmas" there had been nothing close! I had the 45rpm of this as a kid, and was so glad to get the CD last year...Get it while you can - because it is not on any compiliation CD on the market!! You will love it forever!
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This CD is comprised of 2 songs but I got it for the main song," Please Come Home For Christmas." The other song is "Funky New Year," which is entertaining," but not nearly as good as the first. My husband loves the Eagles and he really enjoyed this Christmas present. I enjoyed the song also so it was a double pleasure.
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The Eagles "Please Come Home For Christmas". What a classic. I know they were not the original recorders of this song, but Don Henley surely made it The Eagles very own. There are a couple of very good versions of this song, But none like this one. "Bells will be ringing". I remember so many good slow dances to this song at Christmas parties, what memories. Thanks Cha!
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Both songs are fantastic. Best christmas song ever & a funky new year song! You have to purchase this item! Peace, Peter.
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By A Customer on December 16, 2002
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great cover of the charles brown chestnut.band adds bluesy feel
you can hear the longing in don henley's voice.song actually
charted in the top twenty back in 1978 showing the thirst for
any new eagles material.not available in any other format.b side
no slouch either.
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3/5. "Please Come Home For Christmas" was released for Christmas of 1978 and was all that the record company could get from the band which, following the success of "Hotel California", suffered from a major writer's block and struggled to fulfill contractual obligations for release of a double CD. Although the Eagles do not drop below a certain level on this single, this is not what one would expect of a typical Eagles record. The title track is a cover of Charles Brown song from 1961 with Don Henley on vocals. The song is based on piano and features typical Christmas elements, although Henley's crispy voice singing carols does not quite match the usual subjects of songs he penned during his career with the Eagles. The second song - "Funky New Year" which starts with band members clinking glasses and making a lot of noise while Glenn Frey plays sax - for the first and last time on an Eagles record - is much more Eagles of "The Long Run" era with heavy bass line courtesy of newcomer Timothy B.Schmit and guitar interplay by Joe Walsh and Don Felder. The singing style Henley showcases on this particular song is very much typical of his solo career. Might be good at setting funky New Year mood, but definitely not the best we heard from the Eagles. - Sain Alizada
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This is truly, the best X-mas song ever made. All remakes pale in comparison. In my humble opinion, X-mas isn't X-mas until I've heard this song.
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