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    this rendition is just beautiful, lump in throat emotional


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    Even the lowest whisper can be heard—over armies—when it's telling the truth.

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    So dust off your fuck me pumps

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    She has such a cool voice! This whole song is mad chill.
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    Default One of these nights...



    Glenn Frey of The Eagles died today. He was 67.

    We had Don Henley's voice, which allowed us to go in a more soulful direction, which made me exceedingly happy. There's no doubt in my mind that One Of These Nights was the most fluid and "painless" album we ever made. A lot of things came together on One Of These Nights – our love of the studio, the dramatic improvement in Don's and my songwriting. We made a quantum leap with "One Of These Nights." It was a breakthrough song. It is my favorite Eagles record. If I ever had to pick one, it wouldn't be "Hotel California"; it wouldn't be "Take It Easy." For me, it would be "One Of These Nights".


    John Bradbury, Lemmy Kilmister, Natalie Cole, David Bowie, Glenn Frey: been a shitty month or so when it comes to this sort of thing...
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    Been listening to this on repeat for days. It's imperfect -- way too produced in my opinion -- but I am still obsessed with it. Started learning it on mandolin the same day I heard it for the first time.

    Current goal: Learn it through the first verse/chorus at full tempo (120 bpm) and sing/play it in one of those music showcase threads.
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