10 Songs, 43 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

One of the most perfectly compiled collections ever, Their Greatest Hits 1971-75 brings together 10 sublime country-rock tunes that helped make Southern California seem like the most mythical landscape of the '70s. Don Henley's vocals, most notably on the haunting piano ballad "Desperado" and the soft-rock charmer "The Best of My Love," were a major part of their success, but Randy Meisner's soulful "Take It to the Limit" and Glenn Frey's hitting-the-road rocker "Already Gone" showcased the band's impressive range.

EDITORS’ NOTES

One of the most perfectly compiled collections ever, Their Greatest Hits 1971-75 brings together 10 sublime country-rock tunes that helped make Southern California seem like the most mythical landscape of the '70s. Don Henley's vocals, most notably on the haunting piano ballad "Desperado" and the soft-rock charmer "The Best of My Love," were a major part of their success, but Randy Meisner's soulful "Take It to the Limit" and Glenn Frey's hitting-the-road rocker "Already Gone" showcased the band's impressive range.

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