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    Thank goodness they did change their minds 4 years later. It would had been so different without Joe especially if they didn't ask him to come in 1994.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shunlvswx View Post
    Thank goodness they did change their minds 4 years later. It would had been so different without Joe especially if they didn't ask him to come in 1994.
    I cannot even imagine it!

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    "Life in the Fast Lane" - The Montreal Gazette (Dec. 8, 1979) [This is a reprint of the 1979 Rolling Stone interview, Part 1.]

    "Group of the Decade Nearly Self-Destructed" - The Montreal Gazette (Dec. 10, 1979) [This is the other half of the reprint: Part 2.]

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    I've been trying to find that Rolling Stone article for the last six months. Thanks for that and all the other links.

    I had had no idea of the "feud" between Don H and Joe in the late 80s or that Glenn was so against Joe at that time. I've read about how Joe and Glenn were reconciled in 1992 and now I'm wondering if Joe was already trying to clean up.

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    No problem! I'm just excited we have access to all this. I love the internet! lol

    Here's one where Don talks about the "new" album they've started work on which would become Long Road Out of Eden. This was 2003, though, four years before it actually came to fruition:

    "Eagle Don Henley Keeps Striving for Excellence" - Lakeland Ledger (Jul. 14, 2003)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sodascouts View Post
    Just came across this article in a Google news archive. Don and Glenn talk about the dangers of drugs and warn against them.

    The year? 1979.

    Yeah, I know. lol

    "Self Destructive Music Makers" - The Victoria Advocate (Feb. 24, 1979)

    P.S. In the article, Don quotes the Neil Young line "better to burn out than to rust" and disagrees with it, just as he does in History of the Eagles. Guess that metaphor stuck with him!
    Interesting, well if you have a saying that works, why change it? haha.

    I haven't had a chance to read all these Eagles articles, hope I get some time soon. Been really busy lately.
    ~Sara


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