Heaven And Hell: My Life In The Eagles (1974-2001)

Heaven And Hell: My Life In The Eagles (1974-2001)

Don Felder


Don Felder used to be only a bad boy from Florida, but if he joined the Eagles he soared into the stratosphere. along former bandmates Don Henley, Glenn Frey, Randy Meisner, and Felder's formative years good friend Bernie Leadon, he offered millions of documents (Eagles: Their maximum Hits: 1971-1975 is the bestselling album of all time), played ahead of numerous adoring lovers, and co-wrote the popular hit 'Hotel California'. His guitar-playing skill lifted the band from mere attractiveness to iconic prestige. And now Don Felder eventually breaks the Eagles' a long time of public silence to take fanatics behind the curtain - the place medicines, greed and never-ending acrimony threatened to rip the band aside nearly day-by-day. probably there has been an excessive amount of expertise. might be the personalities clashed with the egos. regardless of the cause, there have been constantly those explosive arguments occurring whereas I sat silently in a nook. I by no means anticipated it to outlive. by no means as soon as did i believe, 'Hey, I obtained it made. This thing's gonna final for years.' Felder was once unsuitable approximately that, yet he was once additionally correct: the band cut up up in 1980, simply to reunite for 1994's mega-selling 'Hell Freezes Over' album and tour.But tempers endured to flare, and in 2001, after 27 contentious years as an Eagle, Felder used to be summarily fired through the 'board of directors': Frey and Henley. complaints and counter-suits undefined. In 'Heaven and Hell', Felder takes us contained in the pressurised recording studios, the trashed resort rooms and the tension-filled courtrooms, the place he, Frey, and Henley had their final war of words.

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