#LongRoadOutofEden is the seventh and final studio album by American rock band #theEagles , released in 2007 on Lost Highway Records. Nearly six years in production, it is the band's first studio album since 1979's The Long Run. In between that time the band recorded four original studio tracks for the live album Hell Freezes Over (1994), "Hole in the World" for The Very Best Of (2003) and the Joe Walsh-penned "One Day at a Time" for the Farewell 1 Tour-Live from Melbourne DVD (2005), which Walsh later re-recorded for his 2012 album Analog Man. It is also the band's only album released following the dismissal of Don Felder in 2001.
The album produced two singles on the Hot Country Songs charts: a cover of J.D. Souther's "How Long" and "Busy Being Fabulous". P
The album debuted at No. 1 in the U.S. and won the band two Grammy awards for "How Long" and the instrumental "I Dreamed There Was No War". The album became the band's sixth No. 1 album and was the highest selling album of the year. It has since sold 3.5 million copies in the U.S. alone. Being a double album with length exceeding 90 minutes, the album was certified 7x Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America for shipments of 7 million discs.
U2- The Joshua Tree (1987) The incredible album that carried U2 to the top..Literally every song in this album are insanely beautiful, my heart melts while listening to it. Thank you U2! 🙏🌹#U2#thejoshuatree
It is not clear why we choose the fire pathway// Where we end is not the way that we had planned// All the spirits gather round like it's our last day// To get across you know we'll have to raise the sand // Ooh I will ask you for mercy// I will come to you blind // what you'll see is the worst me// not the last of my kind #muddywaters#lp#music#musicmood
Just heard the sad news that Charles Bradley has passed, so I'm spinning his entire catalogue in his honour. Bradley had the irresistible emotional energy and charisma that only the very best soul singers possess. His very first record came out on @daptonerecords when he was in his 60s, and he had instant success after a life filled with hardship. It's all chronicled in the wonderful documentary "Charles Bradley: Soul of America". No one has handled tough times with more dignity. No one had more gratitude for their fame and fortune. And no one could have deserved it more. Thanks for being such a bright light in a troubled world, Charles ❤️ .