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  1. Any video or story that claims to be about the history of this song that doesn't mention that the genesis of the song started with Don Felder is a joke. Any variation of the Eagles without Felder is watered down and not worth seeing. These days better off seeing a Henley solo than what they are selling as "the Eagles".

  2. Joe Walsh, you and the Eagles did all you hoped for and so much more!! You guys will go down in rock history as one of the greatest bands of all-time and deservedly so!! When it comes to rock guitarist Mr. Walsh, you don't have to take a back seat to anyone!

  3. The artists of the 60's, 70's and 80's – Dylan, Beatles, Stones, Eagles, Cohen and more – punched a unique and indelible as well as inimitable stamp of my generation onto the waiting world that will, undoubtedly, never be matched by any generation to come. It was as if the world had been holding its breath for what was coming, then breathed out one, long exhalation, at the end of which there could be nothing left. Vive les baby-boomers

  4. Thank you Joe. As a artist myself, when you said "to be recognized/remembered as a artist of the time we worked " somehow made me feel a lot better about myself.

  5. On the inside of the cover of Hotel California is Anton Szandor LaVey he wrote The Satanic Bible👹 to me Hotel California is a great song whichever way you look at it🎵

  6. The 70's and 80's were the best concert days of all time. I picked up so many parity girls in my 1968 chevelle 427 and took them to more concerts then I can even remember. Laid a lot of pipe in the back seat of that old car and had some of the best times of my life. So many bands, so many girls, so many drugs, it was the best. I lived in Houston but we would travel to Dallas, San Antonio, Austin, Fort worth Lake Charles, New Orleans, anywhere we had the money to make it to just to see all those bands play and get layed.All the back stage passes and partys were awesome. It seemed every weekend we were off to see another concert somewhere. Stadiums, concert halls were always filled with pot smoke and everyone got along and it was like a brotherhood. A time that I think will never be repeated ever again.It changed in the 90's and 2000's to more heavy metal and I started doing front for house mixing the music changed and the attitudes changed as well with the mosh pits and violence toke over the free love from the decades before. It just wasn't the same anymore. I quit doing sound because the free love was gone and the hate took over. No the true and best times were the 70's and 80's for sure. The one thing I took away from it all was all these famous people were just regular people like every one else, We were all the same just on different roads.

  7. "I go to parties sometimes until four

    It's hard to leave when you can't find the door

    It's tough to handle this fortune and fame

    Everybody's so different, I haven't changed"

  8. Just saw Joe and the rest of the band in Austin last night. Joe had the line of the night: “it was more fun being 20 in the 70s than 70 in the 20s.” What a performance!

  9. Hey Joe – btw – success – your body of work is some of the best and untouchable….my favorite is turn to stone….know it or not you guys were the prophets of our time…the creativity was off the hook along with the skill. we knew we were seeing something we may never see again but thank God so many are still playing today….go for it man…like the song said…but we may never be here again…thanks….

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