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    There are a couple versions, at least one without PEF.
    https://i.imgur.com/CuSdAQM.jpg
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    Watching that again gave me a peaceful easy feeling!

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    Was in a pub last weekend and they played Hotel California. What was more remarkable was they then played Jackson Browne's Doctor My Eyes a while afterwards. I have never, ever heard anything by Jackson over here so it was a nice surprise!

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    This is funny. This morning as I was heading to work, one of my local radio stations played Please Come Home For Christmas. I'm trying to figure out why they are playing that song in February. lol

    I also heard You Belong To The City yesterday. I also heard the real bad edited version of The Heart Of The Matter. I hate that version, but it was cool to hear The Heart Of The Matter.

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    Just heard NKIT in the airport yesterday headed on vacation.

    It was nice to hear it. I swear, it is going to break my top 5 Eagles songs someday. I really like it, and I really used to not like it. So sometimes songs grow on me. Like right now, I'm not a fan of Lyin' Eyes, but maybe someday...

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    Yep, maybe someday...

    Have a good vacation WalshFan. You deserve it after your tough year. Relax and enjoy!

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    Austin - Yeah ! I know what you mean about certain songs growing on you, totally agree. Have a great vacation and I hope you can relax and enjoy yourself - you deserve it.

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    I don't go out much anymore (health issues) but, I've never been lucky enough to hear an Eagles song while out in a store somewhere like Wal-Mart. They're too stupid to play anything good.

    I will say, though, that my all-time favorite song by the band would have to be Randy Meisner's "Try & Love Again"! Man, what a beautifully crafted song and the harmonies are perfect!!!

    I just recently purchased the new box set, "Legacy", and I'm wishing that my Dad would fix my home theatre system so that I could listen to the band's CDs (I say that because I've got two 300-CD changers and all of my CDs (the ones that aren't on my computer) are on those players.

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    Glad NKIT has grown on you, Austin - I've always adored the song and consider it up there near the top of the band's best songs. I love how Glenn excels at singing the 'story' songs so maybe their is hope that Lyin' Eyes will grow on you as well. And, BTW, have a nice time in Florida.

    And tt - I love TALA too, although, for me, TITTL will always be my favorite Randy song.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ive always been a dreamer View Post

    And tt - I love TALA too, although, for me, TITTL will always be my favorite Randy song.

    TITTL will always be my top favorite, too, but when I first heard TALA on the HOTE documentary, I instantly liked it.

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