eye candy ($64 value)

eye candy ($64 value)

Great set from Benefit. Includes eyecon, eye bright, and lyin' eyes in a totally cute purse shaped box.

  • I still think of the ride to Ocean City, MD when I was a kid when I hear "Witchy Woman." My mother who was an Eagles fan in her youth never let go of them and we listened to her tapes all the way down the road. This is the recor... I still think of the ride to Ocean City, MD when I was a kid when I hear "Witchy Woman." My mother who was an Eagles fan in her youth never let go of them and we listened to her tapes all the way down the road. This is the record you want if you want their hits... in actuality -- they are all good albums. The pre-Hotel California years were arguably the best for The Eagles (though there were, thanks to Joe Walsh, some stellar future moments). Their mix of country, folk, and rock had a harder, grittier edge, and helped define what would become known as the Southern California sound. There was just enough of a country feel in the beautiful harmonies of "Best of My Love," to blur the edges between the genres. "Take It Easy" and "Lyin' Eyes" could easily have come out of the new Nashville school, as well. The twang that characterizes the guitar intro to "Already Gone" and the leads in "Witchy Woman" and "One of These Nights," also pays tribute to country's guitar greats. Greatest Hits 1971-1975 houses a scant ten singles, but not only does it illustrate the magic of the collaboration between Glen Frey and Don Henley, it shows the breadth of The Eagles impact on the many who would follow their lead. --Steve Gdula

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