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Charlie Brown Solo
A certain solo sounds a lot like a teacher speaking in Charlie Brown....
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Don Henley Takes it Easy and Gets Back to The Country
That's the cover of the Eagles debut album, recorded in England but sounding more like the South Western U.S., and for good reason as The Eagles came together from the meeting between Don Henley and Glenn Frey at L.A.'s famed Troubadour, followed by their backing Linda Ronstadt, who herself was also a little bit country and a little bit rock 'n' roll. The lineup on that  album was my favourite, with pictured left to right: Bernie Leadon (Banjo, Mandolin), Randy Meisner (Bass), Don Henley (Drums,Vocals),...
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