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    Any dream setlist of mine would include original founding member Bernie Leadon.

    Train Leaves Here This Morning, 1973 BBC London
    Lazy Days, 1973 Berkeley
    Bitter Creek, 1973 Berkeley
    Journey of the Sorcerer, 1975 Boston

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delilah View Post
    Any dream setlist of mine would include original founding member Bernie Leadon.

    Train Leaves Here This Morning, 1973 BBC London
    Lazy Days, 1973 Berkeley
    Bitter Creek, 1973 Berkeley
    Journey of the Sorcerer, 1975 Boston
    Decent selection, but what I meant is, like a whole setlist, not just a few songs

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    Quote Originally Posted by YoungEaglesFan View Post
    First welcome to board! My personal group would have Bernie for all the songs he was on, and Walsh on the songs he was on. Randy would sing all his songs plus harmonies. TBS would sing just I canít tell you why. My song list doesnít have a particular order to it that would take too long but here it is

    1. Seven bridges road
    2. Take it easy
    3. Peaceful easy feeling
    4. Witchy woman
    5. Doolin Dalton plus reprise
    6. Desperado
    7. Those shoes
    8. Wasted time
    9. Tequila sunrise
    10. Outlaw man
    11. Train leaves here this morning
    12. My Man
    13. Saturday night
    14. Get over it
    15. Hotel California
    16. New kid in town
    17. Try and love again
    18. Victim of love
    19. Life in the fast lane
    20. My Man
    21. On the border
    22. The long run
    23. One of these nights
    24. Take it to the limit
    25. Already gone
    26. Good day in hell
    27. Waiting in the weeds
    28. Heartache tonight
    29. After the thrill is gone
    30. Best of my love

    So many more I wanted to add but couldnít
    Okay. Since I had time, I have made a more realistic, thought out order of your setlist. It is somewhat like the Tiger Jam concert where it starts out with certain people. The first personnel is the original four, then Felder joins, then Walsh, then Schmitt, and after that, two songs with everyone. It is mostly chronological, somewhat similar to THOTE tour.

    SET I: WITH BERNIE AND MEISNER:

    Peaceful Easy Feeling
    How Long (JD Souther cover)
    Train Leaves Here This Morning
    Witchy Woman
    Tequila Sunrise
    Saturday Night
    Outlaw Man

    SET II: FELDER JOINS:

    Doolin Dalton followed by Reprise
    On The Border
    Already Gone
    Good Day in Hell
    Desperado
    Take It To The Limit
    After The Thrill Is Gone
    One of These Nights

    SET III: LEADON LEAVES, WALSH JOINS:

    New Kid in Town
    Victim of Love
    Try And Love Again
    Wasted Time

    SET IV: MEISNER LEAVES, SCHMITT JOINS:

    I Canít Tell You Why
    The Long Run
    Heartache Tonight
    Those Shoes
    Waiting in the Weeds
    Get Over It

    ENCORE 1: MEISNER RETURNS:

    Hotel California
    Life in the Fast Lane

    ENCORE 2: BERNIE RETURNS:
    Seven Bridges Road
    Take It Easy

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    Quote Originally Posted by thelastresort View Post
    Hotel California was fourth or fifth in the set during the LROOE tour wasn't it?
    5th song, yes. I wasn't happy about it. For HOTE, it was the first encore song.

    I really didn't like the setlist, but at the time and afterwards, I was seeing/saw the Eagles. But after the opportunity to see them again during HOTE, I can say the LROOE experience paled in comparison. I probably wouldn't be complaining if it was the only show I saw as it WAS a good show. But not great, like HOTE was.

    For one, there was waaaaaay too many LROOE songs. I just wasn't a fan of that album other than the revamped How Long and Busy Being Fabulous. And they didn't play what is probably my 2nd favorite Eagles song - Already Gone.

    Second, the funeral suits just killed the vibe IMO. It was way too formal for a classic rock n' roll band. It wasn't a business meeting. It was rock n' roll. IMO, the Eagles got a little too formal as they went along for my tastes. It got stuffy during LROOE. So imagine my excitement when I see them on HOTE in jeans/tshirts.


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    Quote Originally Posted by WalshFan88 View Post
    5th song, yes. I wasn't happy about it. For HOTE, it was the first encore song.

    I really didn't like the setlist, but at the time and afterwards, I was seeing/saw the Eagles. But after the opportunity to see them again during HOTE, I can say the LROOE experience paled in comparison. I probably wouldn't be complaining if it was the only show I saw as it WAS a good show. But not great, like HOTE was.

    For one, there was waaaaaay too many LROOE songs. I just wasn't a fan of that album other than the revamped How Long and Busy Being Fabulous. And they didn't play what is probably my 2nd favorite Eagles song - Already Gone.

    Second, the funeral suits just killed the vibe IMO. It was way too formal for a classic rock n' roll band. It wasn't a business meeting. It was rock n' roll. IMO, the Eagles got a little too formal as they went along for my tastes. It got stuffy during LROOE. So imagine my excitement when I see them on HOTE in jeans/tshirts.
    I see, but what is your dream setlist?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cosec3791 View Post
    I see, but what is your dream setlist?
    Sorry, I was responding to TLR.

    I'll think of mine and post when I have some time, ok?


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    Quote Originally Posted by WalshFan88 View Post
    Sorry, I was responding to TLR.

    I'll think of mine and post when I have some time, ok?
    Yeah that's fine. Waiting for it!

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    Due to time constraints, I don't have time (at least right now) to put my favorite live versions or put them in any kind of order. But these are the songs I like.

    1. Take It Easy
    2. Peaceful Easy Feeling
    3. Witchy Woman
    4. Desperado
    5. Tequila Sunrise
    6. Already Gone
    7. Good Day In Hell
    8. James Dean
    9. Best Of My Love
    10. One Of These Nights
    11. After The Thrill Is Gone
    12. Take It To The Limit
    13. Lyin' Eyes
    14. Hotel California
    15. Victim Of Love
    16. Life In The Fast Lane
    17. New Kid In Town
    18. Heartache Tonight
    19. The Long Run
    20. In The City
    21. I Can't Tell You Why
    22. Those Shoes
    23. Get Over It
    24. Hole In The World
    25. How Long
    26. Busy Being Fabulous
    27. The Boys Of Summer
    28. Smuggler's Blues
    29. Life's Been Good
    30. Seven Bridges Road


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    Lineup is from Hotel California album for most of the songs.

    1. Hotel California
    2. Outlaw Man (more similar to early versions of this song, including bass part)
    3. Funk #49
    4. New Kid in Town
    5. Doolin-Dalton followed by Reprise
    6. Turn to Stone
    7. Take It to the Limit
    8. Lyin' Eyes
    9. Victim of Love
    10. Already Gone
    11. Good Day in Hell
    12. One of These Nights
    13. Rocky Mountain Way
    14. Try and Love Again
    15. Desperado
    ----------------- J.D. Souther joins
    16. Best of My Love
    ----------------- Bernie Leadon joins and plays lead on following three songs (Souther leaves)
    17. Train Leaves Here This Morning
    18. Bitter Creek
    19. Peaceful Easy Felling
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    ENCORE (without Bernie)

    20. Witchy Woman (with usual jam before)
    21. Walk Away
    22. James Dean
    -------------- Bernie joins again
    23. Take It Easy

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