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    There really was a lot of great music in HOTE. A soundtrack of every song in the film would be fantastic (although I could do without "hey good lookin', what you got cookin'....).

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    Yeah, there are a few they could leave off a cd, and that would be one of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shunlvswx View Post
    Meeting the Eagles from the 70s segment and it starts Part 1
    Seven Bridges
    Take It Easy
    One of These Nights
    Rocky Mountain Way
    Take It To The Limit
    Too Many Hands

    Older Don, Glenn and Joe segment
    Life In the Fast Lane
    Wasted Time (Reprise)

    Glenn's segment
    Detroit Jump-Big Maceo Merriweather
    Shop Around-Smokey Robinson and the Miracles
    Number One In Your Heart-The Monitors

    Don's segment
    Ramblin' Man-Hank Williams
    Hustle Is On-T-Bone Walker
    Gotta Lot of Rhythm in My Soul-Patsy Cline
    Go To The Mardi Gras-Professor Longhair
    Hey, Good Lookin'-Hank Williams
    That's All Right-Elvis Presley
    After You're GOne-Al Hirt

    Glenn's segment
    (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction-The Rolling Stones
    Ramblin' Gamblin' Man-Bob Seger

    Don's Segment
    Peace in the Valley

    Glenn's segment
    So You Wanna Be a Rock 'N' Roll Star-The Byrds
    Here We Go Again-Poco
    Run Boy Run-Longbranch Pennywhistle

    Don's segment
    Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)-Kenny Rogers & the First Edition
    Same Old Story-Shiloh
    Simple Little Down Home Rock and Roll Love Song For Rosie-Shiloh
    Swamp River Country-Shiloh

    Glenn's & Don's segment
    Don't Talk Now-Longbranch Pennywhistle
    Doctor My Eyes-Jackson Browne
    Take a Whiff on Me-The Byrds
    Jesus Is Just Alright-They Byrds
    California-Joni Mitchell
    So Far Away-Carole King
    Country Comfort-Elton John
    You're No Good-Linda Ronstadt
    Nightingale-Linda Ronstadt
    Lovesick Blues-Linda Ronstadt
    Blue Bayou-Roy Orbison
    It Doesn't Matter Anymore-Linda Ronstadt

    The Eagles' segment
    Older Guys-The Flying Burrito Brothers
    What A Day-Poco
    Lashambeaux-Ned Doheny
    Take the Devil
    Tryin
    Get You in The Mood
    Seven Bridges Road
    Peaceful Easy Feeling
    Witchy Woman
    Chug All Night
    Silver Dagger
    Nightingale
    Communication Breakdown-Led Zeppelin
    You Can't Always Get What You Want-The Rolling Stones
    Peaceful Easy Feeling
    Take It Easy
    Train Leaves Here This Morning
    Earlybird
    Most Of Us Are Sad
    Tequila Sunrise
    Outlaw Man
    Certain Kind of Fool
    Doolin' Dalton(Instrumental)
    Twenty-One
    Doolin' Dalton/Desperado(Reprise)
    Doolin' Dalton
    Desperado-Linda Ronstadt
    Out of Control
    Good Day in Hell
    Bitter Creek
    Turn To Stone-Joe Walsh
    James Dean
    Already Gone
    One Of These Nights
    My Man
    After The Thrill Is Gone
    You Never Cry Like A Lover
    Lyin' Eyes
    Take It To the Limit
    Journey of the Sorcerer
    Rocky Mountain Way-Joe Walsh
    Life's Been Good-Joe Walsh
    The Real Me-The Who

    Does anyone have an idea where the live performance of Pretty Maids All IN A Row came from? It's in part 2, chapter 5, and starts at 1:20 focusing on Joe Walsh's recovery. I know that this was during When Hell Freezes Over, but I have the DVD and it is not the same version. There are audience recordings on youtube from around that time, but not that particular version. The harmonies throughout it are so thick and precise that you're rewinding back just to hear those few seconds over and over again. Especially Timothy's high tenor during the Oohs at the end.
    Many thanks in advance!

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    Hi JR, I don't have the answer to your question, but I will say that I was surprised by how much I loved this song live on the HoTE tour, it was really moving! Always happy to hear Timothy's harmonies turned up in the mix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffRainey View Post
    Does anyone have an idea where the live performance of Pretty Maids All IN A Row came from? It's in part 2, chapter 5, and starts at 1:20 focusing on Joe Walsh's recovery. I know that this was during When Hell Freezes Over, but I have the DVD and it is not the same version. There are audience recordings on youtube from around that time, but not that particular version. The harmonies throughout it are so thick and precise that you're rewinding back just to hear those few seconds over and over again. Especially Timothy's high tenor during the Oohs at the end.
    Many thanks in advance!
    Iíve heard from others that the band has a lot of footage from concerts during the Hell Freezes over tour. Iím pretty sure that was just footage the band had in the vault, that unless it gets put out in a release, we wonít be able to get our hands on. I too really liked that clip, it made me become a lot more interested in that song

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    Quote Originally Posted by YoungEaglesFan View Post
    Iíve heard from others that the band has a lot of footage from concerts during the Hell Freezes over tour. Iím pretty sure that was just footage the band had in the vault, that unless it gets put out in a release, we wonít be able to get our hands on. I too really liked that clip, it made me become a lot more interested in that song
    I would love more HFO era stuff....I love that era of the band.
    I have the 95 Christchurch concert and it's great. Too bad it's freezing and raining and the guys are pretty miserable looking, especially in the last half.

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    The thing is, why don't they go ahead and release whatever they have because if they wait much longer a lot of their diehard fans are their age and won't live forever. And the younger casual fans really don't care to see it. Yes, a few do, but..... So, it will all just die with them, I guess. (Don't get upset about me mentioning this, but it will happen eventually.) KWIM?
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    Sad but true Brooke. I am a "younger" fan, meaning I wasn't part of the target audience when they first came along (I was born around the time HC came out) , and I'm in my early 40s now!!!!!

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    I just don't understand them not capitalizing on this stuff while they still can. I know they are perfectionists, but still......we don't care how perfect it is! Let us have it! They must be one of the few bands that are allergic to YouTube and such!
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