Eagles Bring 'Live At The Forum 1976' to Vinyl

'Live At The Forum '76'
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Ahead of their rescheduled tour, which kicks off this August, the Eagles have announced a new addition to their vinyl catalog: the double album Live At The Forum '76, available Nov. 12.

True to its name, the three-sided vinyl set - featuring an etching on the fourth side - features 10 tracks recorded between Oct. 20-22, 1976 at the legendary Los Angeles arena (which they'll be playing for three nights this fall). The set features classics like the epic "Hotel California" plus hits "Take It Easy," "One of These Nights," "Take It to the Limit" and "New Kid in Town." (The band were touring in support of Hotel California at the time, and this music was first released as a bonus disc to that album in 2017.) There's even a live rendition of The James Gang's "Funk #49," co-written by Joe Walsh, who'd become the band's new guitarist the year before.

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The current line-up of the Eagles - classic members Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit, country singer Vince Gill and the late Glenn Frey's son Deacon - will embark on a rescheduled tour this fall, playing Hotel California in its entirely (complete with choir and orchestra) as well as hits from their 50-year discography.

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