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Thread: Celebration of "Randy Meisner" (1978)

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    Default Re: Celebration of "Randy Meisner" (1978)

    Quote Originally Posted by lovemusic View Post
    I also really like Randy’s first solo album. I checked newspapers.com and found this in the July 9, 1978 issue of The Salina Journal (Salina, Kansas).

    Randy Meisner, who left the Eagles last year to follow a solo career, will have his first album released this month. Tracks include “Bad Man,” which was released on the “FM” movie soundtrack, the upcoming single, “I Really Want You Here Tonight,” and new renditions of “Save The Last Dance For Me,” as well as “Take It To The Limit,” which was a smash hit for the Eagles. J.D. Souther and David Cassidy join Meisner on some of the vocals.
    Thank you for this, lovemusic.


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    Default Re: Celebration of "Randy Meisner" (1978)

    I read today that Bill Martin was in a band with Lee Mallory of The Millennium back in the day, circa 1970. Bill wrote the beautiful “Heartsong” on Randy’s 1978 album. He passed away in 2016. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_E._Martin

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