After the breakup of the Eagles in 1980, Glenn Frey embarked on a successful solo career. He released No Fun Aloud in 1982 which reached #31 in the US charts and included the hits I Found Somebody (US #31), The One You Love (US #15) and All Those Lies(US #41. To support his album he did a tour in Japan, followed by a string of dates in the US. Frey had an incredible band of 8 (!) first-class musicians backing him, most very familiar with the songs because they’ve were in the studio with Frey recording No Fun Aloud at studios in Los Angeles, CA, Sheffield, AL and Miami, FL
Frey On The Eagles The Eagles were a 70s band, and it would be nice to just leave them there as a young, summer band. Let me put it another way, I don't want to be 39 years old with a beer belly singing 'Take It Easy because I need the money.
On Partytown-Let's go! It's like the climate of the Jerome Bar in Aspen, Colorado, which is a convention of young monsters. Everybody getting high on everything, all the time as the other song goes.
Tracklist 01 I Found Somebody.mp3 02 Sexy Girl.mp3 03 The One You Love.mp3 04 The Allnighter.mp3 05 Partytown.mp3 06 Sea Cruise.mp3 07 Band Intros.mp3 08 Smuggler's Blues.mp3 09 Slow Down.mp3 10 The Heat Is On.mp3 11 Heartache Tonight.mp3 Personnel: - Glenn Frey - vocals, lead guitar , Bryan Garofalo - bass Michael Huey - drums Al Garth - tenor saxophone ( Jim Horn, Ernie Watts - saxophone Dan Kortchmar - guitar