13 Songs, 1 Hour 9 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

For his first solo album in 11 years, Don Henley has a lot on his mind. Half the album is fiery and topical, with the barbed, dramatic title song and bluesy "Workin' It" castigating corporate greed. Those songs revive the pounding drums and stabbing synthesizers of Henley's '80s albums, but elsewhere he relaxes and opens his heart. On the haunting acoustic ballad "For My Wedding" and the stark piano reverie "Annabel," he shows off his suave tenor and endearingly intimate, personal lyrics.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

For his first solo album in 11 years, Don Henley has a lot on his mind. Half the album is fiery and topical, with the barbed, dramatic title song and bluesy "Workin' It" castigating corporate greed. Those songs revive the pounding drums and stabbing synthesizers of Henley's '80s albums, but elsewhere he relaxes and opens his heart. On the haunting acoustic ballad "For My Wedding" and the stark piano reverie "Annabel," he shows off his suave tenor and endearingly intimate, personal lyrics.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
21 Ratings
21 Ratings
The Educated Ear ,

Inside Job

The “editor’s” review of this album is amateurish, rife with clichè and, frankly, ridiculous.

Robinsonimages ,

Supper great

A very touching album

Choi Aera ,

A Classic

I grew up listening to this album with my mom. It will forever hold a special place in my heart. Really good music. Easy listening.

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