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    Default Celebrating 45th anniversary of "On The Border"

    I posted this link in Randy's section but Glenn was also interviewed. The interviews were done long ago, but they're new to me and very charming and informative. Randy's interview was done circa 1989; he tells of unexpectedly running into Glenn at a restaurant while having breakfast with a friend. They hadn't seen each other in about 10 years. "We had a good hug." He shares some funny stories about the Desperado photo/film shoot. Glenn talks about initially moving to California, becoming scared and intimidated by the music industry and moving back to Michigan, then realizing right away it was a mistake. Good stuff.
    http://www.inthestudio.net/online-on...te-glenn-frey/

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    Default Re: Celebrating 45th anniversary of "On The Border"

    My apologies, I'm just now seeing Soda's thread marking the anniversary of OTB. This "In the Studio" program mainly features Desperado and almost every track from that album is played. From the OTB record, James Dean, Best of My Love and Already Gone are played. Strangely, the program ends with "One of These Nights." So kind of a mixed bag, thematically.

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