The Long Run - Eagles - K52181

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Asylum Records ‎– K52181 - 1979 - Gatefold Sleeve

A1 The Long Run Organ – Don Felder Slide Guitar – Joe Walsh 3:42
A2 I Can't Tell You Why Lead Vocals – Timothy B. Schmit Written-By – Timothy B. Schmit 4:56
A3 In The City Lead Vocals – Joe Walsh Slide Guitar – Joe Walsh Written-By – Barry De Vorzon, Joe Walsh 3:46
A4 The Disco Strangler Written-By – Don Felder 2:46

A5 King Of Hollywood Lead Vocals – Glenn Frey 6:28
B1 Heartache Tonight Lead Vocals – Glenn Frey Slide Guitar – Joe Walsh Written-By – Bob Seger, J.D. Souther* 4:26
B2 Those Shoes Talkbox [Guitars] – Don Felder, Joe Walsh Written-By – Don Felder 4:56
B3 Teenage Jail Guitar [Solo] – Don Felder Lead Vocals, Synthesizer [Solo] – Glenn Frey Written-By – J.D. Souther* 3:44
B4 The Greeks Don't Want No Freaks Backing Vocals – Monstertones, The 2:20
B5 The Sad Café Alto Saxophone – David Sanborn Written-By – Joe Walsh, J.D. Souther* 5:25

Records are graded to R.R.P.G. grades (record/sleeve)EX/VG+
We recommend that the record is professionally cleaned.

Item details

Band/artist(s):
Eagles
Catalogue number:
K52181
Condition:
Excellent
Genre:
Rock
Label:
Asylum
Sleeve condition:
Very good
Tracks:
10

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Asylum Records ‎– K52181 - 1979 - Gatefold Sleeve

A1 The Long Run Organ – Don Felder Slide Guitar – Joe Walsh 3:42
A2 I Can't Tell You Why Lead Vocals – Timothy B. Schmit Written-By – Timothy B. Schmit 4:56
A3 In The City Lead Vocals – Joe Walsh Slide Guitar – Joe Walsh Written-By – Barry De Vorzon, Joe Walsh 3:46
A4 The Disco Strangler Written-By – Don Felder 2:46

A5 King Of Hollywood Lead Vocals – Glenn Frey 6:28
B1 Heartache Tonight Lead Vocals – Glenn Frey Slide Guitar – Joe Walsh Written-By – Bob Seger, J.D. Souther* 4:26
B2 Those Shoes Talkbox [Guitars] – Don Felder, Joe Walsh Written-By – Don Felder 4:56
B3 Teenage Jail Guitar [Solo] – Don Felder Lead Vocals, Synthesizer [Solo] – Glenn Frey Written-By – J.D. Souther* 3:44
B4 The Greeks Don't Want No Freaks Backing Vocals – Monstertones, The 2:20
B5 The Sad Café Alto Saxophone – David Sanborn Written-By – Joe Walsh, J.D. Souther* 5:25

Records are graded to R.R.P.G. grades (record/sleeve)EX/VG+
We recommend that the record is professionally cleaned.

Band/artist(s):
Eagles
Catalogue number:
K52181
Condition:
Excellent
Genre:
Rock
Label:
Asylum
Sleeve condition:
Very good
Tracks:
10

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