Live Album And Concert Film Captures Definitive, 26-Song Performance Recorded Live Over Three Nights At The Forum In Los Angeles In September 2018

The Eagles spent most of 2018 on the road with an extensive North American tour that found Don Henley, Joe Walsh, and Timothy B. Schmit joined by two new bandmates: Deacon Frey and Vince Gill. Earning rave reviews from fans and critics alike, the quintet was firing on all cylinders when they arrived at the Forum in Los Angeles for three sold-out, hometown shows on September 12, 14, and 15. Highlights from all three shows have now been compiled for a new 26-song live album and concert film LIVE FROM THE FORUM MMXVIII.

LIVE FROM THE FORUM MMXVIII captures definitive live performances of the band’s most iconic hits (“Hotel California,” “Take It Easy,” “Life In The Fast Lane,” “Desperado”) and beloved album tracks (“Ol’ 55,” “Those Shoes”), along with some of the individual members’ biggest solo smashes (Don Henley’s “Boys Of Summer,” Vince Gill’s “Don’t Let Our Love Start Slippin’ Away,” Joe Walsh’s “Rocky Mountain Way”).

Live Album And Concert Film Captures Definitive, 26-Song Performance Recorded Live Over Three Nights At The Forum In Los Angeles In September 2018

The Eagles spent most of 2018 on the road with an extensive North American tour that found Don Henley, Joe Walsh, and Timothy B. Schmit joined by two new bandmates: Deacon Frey and Vince Gill. Earning rave reviews from fans and critics alike, the quintet was firing on all cylinders when they arrived at the Forum in Los Angeles for three sold-out, hometown shows on September 12, 14, and 15. Highlights from all three shows have now been compiled for a new 26-song live album and concert film LIVE FROM THE FORUM MMXVIII.

LIVE FROM THE FORUM MMXVIII captures definitive live performances of the band’s most iconic hits (“Hotel California,” “Take It Easy,” “Life In The Fast Lane,” “Desperado”) and beloved album tracks (“Ol’ 55,” “Those Shoes”), along with some of the individual members’ biggest solo smashes (Don Henley’s “Boys Of Summer,” Vince Gill’s “Don’t Let Our Love Start Slippin’ Away,” Joe Walsh’s “Rocky Mountain Way”).

603497847662
Live From The Forum MMXVIII [4LP]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: RHINO
Rel. Date: 10/16/2020
UPC: 603497847662

Live From The Forum MMXVIII [4LP]
Artist: Eagles
Format: Vinyl
New: Available 99.98
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Seven Bridges Road (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14, 15/2018)
2. Joe Walsh: "How Ya Doin'?" (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14, 15/2018)
3. Take It Easy (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14, 15/2018)
4. One of These Nights (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14, 15/2018)
5. Don Henley: "Good Evening, Ladies and Gentlemen" (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14, 15/2
6. Take It to the Limit (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14, 15/2018)
7. Tequila Sunrise (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14, 15/2018)
8. In the City (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14, 15/2018)
9. Timothy B. Schmit: "Hey, Everybody, That's Joe Walsh" (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14,
10. I Can't Tell You Why (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14, 15/2018)

DISC: 2

1. New Kid in Town (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14, 15/2018)
2. Don Henley: "Just Want to Thank All of You..." (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14, 15/201
3. How Long (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14, 15/2018)
4. Deacon Frey: "Hello, Everybody..." (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14, 15/2018)
5. Peaceful Easy Feeling (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14, 15/2018)
6. Ol' 55 (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14, 15/2018)
7. Lyin' Eyes (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14, 15/2018)
8. Love Will Keep Us Alive (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14, 15/2018)
9. Vince Gill: "How's Everybody Doing?" (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14, 15/2018)
10. Don't Let Our Love Start Slippin' Away (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14, 15/2018)

DISC: 3

1. Those Shoes (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14, 15/2018)
2. Already Gone (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14, 15/2018)
3. Walk Away (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14, 15/2018)
4. Joe Walsh: "Is Everybody Ok?" (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14, 15/2018)
5. Life's Been Good (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14, 15/2018)
6. The Boys of Summer (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14, 15/2018)
7. Heartache Tonight (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14, 15/2018)

DISC: 4

1. Funk #49 (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14, 15/2018)
2. Life in the Fast Lane (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14, 15/2018)
3. Hotel California (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14, 15/2018)
4. Rocky Mountain Way (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14, 15/2018)
5. Desperado (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14, 15/2018)
6. The Long Run (Live from the Forum, Inglewood, Ca, 9/12, 14, 15/2018)

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Live Album And Concert Film Captures Definitive, 26-Song Performance Recorded Live Over Three Nights At The Forum In Los Angeles In September 2018

The Eagles spent most of 2018 on the road with an extensive North American tour that found Don Henley, Joe Walsh, and Timothy B. Schmit joined by two new bandmates: Deacon Frey and Vince Gill. Earning rave reviews from fans and critics alike, the quintet was firing on all cylinders when they arrived at the Forum in Los Angeles for three sold-out, hometown shows on September 12, 14, and 15. Highlights from all three shows have now been compiled for a new 26-song live album and concert film LIVE FROM THE FORUM MMXVIII.

LIVE FROM THE FORUM MMXVIII captures definitive live performances of the band’s most iconic hits (“Hotel California,” “Take It Easy,” “Life In The Fast Lane,” “Desperado”) and beloved album tracks (“Ol’ 55,” “Those Shoes”), along with some of the individual members’ biggest solo smashes (Don Henley’s “Boys Of Summer,” Vince Gill’s “Don’t Let Our Love Start Slippin’ Away,” Joe Walsh’s “Rocky Mountain Way”).