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Doolin-Dalton - Eagles - Desperado (CD, Album)

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  • Desperado is one of those albums where everything sounds right. The Eagles had already released their great first effort the year before but this is when their songwriting reached real high altitudes. The album is full of gems such as Tequila Sunrise, Doolin-Dalton, Desperado, Outlaw Man to name but a few/5.
  • Doolin-Dalton/Desperado (reprise) Lyrics. Album Credits. Producers Glyn Johns. Drums By Don Henley. Lead Vocals Don Henley. More Eagles albums The Very Best of Eagles.
  • Lyrics to Doolin-Dalton/Desperado (Reprise) [Reprise] by Eagles from the The Studio Albums album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  • Listen to your favorite songs from Desperado ( Remaster) by Eagles Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Doolin-Dalton / Desperado (Reprise) [ Remaster] album. Desperado ( Remaster) Eagles. 11 .
  • Eagles release from and includes Desperado, Doolin Dalton, Desperado (Reprise), Doolin' Dalton (Reprise) and a few other songs that were not awarded the "Reprise" treatment. A used copy in our inventory, it has some natural wear (pictured) but plays fine with just a minimal amount a crackle. Note: "Buy Now" and get it shipped to your door. You'll be redirected to PayPal, a modest shipping.
  • "Desperado" is my all-time favorite Eagles record. Every song on here is a winner, and could have very easily been a radio hit in the early 70s'. The song writing on this album is also first-rate and it shows just how talented the guys in this band would become. Songs like "Outlaw Man", "Outta Control", "Doolin' Dalton" and "Desperado" are highlights, however, you'd be hard-pressed to find any duds on this baby/5().
  • Tracklist with lyrics of the album DESPERADO [] of Eagles: Doolin' Dalton - Twenty-One - Out Of Control - Tequila Sunrise - Desperado - Certain Kind Of /5(32).
  • General Commentfor libragrl4music, this is the last track on Desperado, the same album as Doolin-Dalton and Desperado (of course =D) TheSyndicate88 on July 23, Link No Replies Log in to reply5/5(1).
  • The thought of an Eagles album underperforming commercially seems downright bizarre, yet the band's second full-length did exactly that upon release in Unlike its breezy predecessor, Desperado is moody and ruminative and lacks anything as immediately catchy as "Take It Easy." The title track, now an Eagles classic, wasn't even considered.