The Eagles -- Vancouver, British Columbia -- September 6th, 2013
Well it's been 40+ years of Country Rock from Don, Glenn and the boys.
This was the "History Of The Eagles" tour, documenting material from 1972 all the way up to 1994 and even playing some James Gang material along the way.
The Eagles for the first time in decades had their original lead guitarist Bernie Leadon on tour with them. This added a whole different sound to their live show then I have seen previously. All of the songs sounded like they just came fresh out of the studio.
Joe Walsh was the highlight of the night as always, even using the Talk Box for a few songs in the set.
-Train Leaves Here This Morning
-Peaceful Easy Feeling
-The Best Of My Love
-One Of These Nights
-Take It To The Limit
-Pretty Maids All In A Row
-I Cant Tell You Why
-New Kid In Town
-Love Will Keep Us Alive
-In The City
-Lifes Been Good
-Life In The Fast Lane
-Take It Easy
-Rocky Mountain Way
Train Leaves Here This Morning
Pretty Maids All In A Row
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Don and Glenn start the show off with dueling Acoustics sitting on stools next to each other, performing "Saturday Night" which sounded AMAZING.
Then they introduced original lead guitarist Bernie Leadon, and they all did "Train Leaves Here This Morning", with just an extra stool and Acoustic for Bernie to play.
During the Doolin Dalton/Desperado (Reprise), Bernie played Banjo!
The Eagles kept introducing the band members one by one, next was Timothy B Schmidt on Bass. Then the guitar wizard himself Joe Walsh came last!
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