Hell Freezes Over
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Indeed, there were many who thought that it would take an event as cataclysmic as the one described in the album title to get these seminal '70s soft-rockers back together. But here they are, revisiting some of their most beloved tunes as well as four new ones, on this mostly live, largely acoustic disc. Frey, Henley, Walsh, Schmit, and Felder tackle iconic Eagles standards like "Hotel California," "Tequila Sunrise," "Take It Easy," "Desperado," and "Life in the Fast Lane" and new tunes like "Get Over It" and "Love Will Keep Us Alive" with the smoothly cocky assurance that originally made them icons. --Scott Schinder
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A pair of women thieves orchestrated a bump and grab - one on the left and one on the right and took my memorabilia before I made it to the parking lot. .
Finally, I broke down and purchased this specifically because I like the unique intro to Hotel California.
have been looking for this disc for awhile since our PBS station played the Hell Freezes over concert
I haven't stopped playing it , Takes me back to my younger days when I was wondering what was in store for me
this cd should be in everyone'scollection
There's already a number of reviews here regarding the DTS CD, but let me chime in: this is one of the finest Surround music experiences I've had so far, and I have Avalon SACD at home, Dire Straits' Brothers in Arms, Dark Side of the Moon, or Alan Parsons' Valid Path. This is a highly recommended disk, the separation is just outstanding, and the sound quality is pristine. Dynamic and crystal clear, and you truly feel surrounded.
In addition, if you have the stereo version, you will know that it has the four new songs (Get Over It, Girl From Yesterday, Learn to be Still, Love Will Keep Us Alive) at the beginning as studio versions. Well, this DTS version omits the studio recordings, but you get more of the actual concert: all four new tracks are included as live versions. So even if you already have the original CD, this is well worth adding to your collection.
All you need to play this back is a CD or DVD player with digital output, and a DTS capable receiver to decode it. You can still find this CD reasonably cheap. Go for it, guys. Highly recommended.