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Glenn Frey

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Glenn Frey (1988)

Interview by Adam Blake, Rock's Backpages Audio, 12 September 1988

The former Eagle talks about his latest solo album Soul Searchin': using the Muscle Shoals rhythm section; writing songs on keyboards rather than guitar; modern mixing technology. Glenn also talks about his audience and how his songs sound best in the car. He also talks about putting his movie career on hold.

File format: mp3; file size: 16.6mb, interview length: 16' 15" sound quality: ***

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Glenn Frey: Life After The Eagles

Interview by Lloyd Bradley, The Independent, 2 July 1992

GLENN FREY's just-released Strange Weather has all the guitar interplay, sheer whimsy and wry lyrical content you'd expect from the man who helped to write ...

Glenn Frey: Strange Weather

Review and Interview by Max Bell, Vox, August 1992

The Eagles are up there with rock's all-time greats. Over the years they've sold some 80 million records, thanks largely to that polished Western fantasy ...

Glenn Frey obituary

Obituary by Adam Sweeting, The Guardian, 19 January 2016

Singer and guitarist with the US rock band the Eagles, and co-writer of such memorable songs as 'Hotel California', 'New Kid in Town' and 'Heartache ...

Glenn Frey, 1948-2016

Obituary by Barney Hoskyns, Billboard, 28 January 2016

THE DEATH OF Glenn Frey has robbed the world of half the partnership at the heart of the Eagles, whose Greatest Hits 1971-1975 remains the ...

Glenn Frey (1948-2016) — Take It To The Limit.

Obituary by Rob Hughes, Uncut, April 2016

THE INDEFATIGABLE EAGLE remembered by J D Souther, Don Felder and more: "We all looked to him for direction." ...

see also Eagles, The

see also Longbranch/Pennywhistle


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