Randy Meisner - Randy Meisner FLAC album
Title: Randy Meisner
Style: Pop Rock, Country Rock
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MP3 version ZIP size: 1394 mb
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Randall Herman Meisner (born March 8, 1946) is a retired American musician, singer, songwriter and founding member of the Eagles. Throughout his professional musical career, Meisner's main role was that of bassist and backing high-harmony vocalist as both a group member and session musician. He co-wrote the Eagles hit song "Take It to the Limit", which he also sang.
Randy Meisner is the self-titled debut solo studio album by Randy Meisner. It was released in mid 1978, on Asylum in the United States, and in the United Kingdom. The track "Bad Man", was featured in the film FM, which also included an appearance by his one-time employer Linda Ronstadt.
Randy Meisner is the third solo studio album (and the second self-titled) by Randy Meisner. It was released in mid 1982, on Epic in the United States, and in the United Kingdom. It is to-date Meisner's final solo album of original material. The album features a duet with Heart's lead vocalist, Ann Wilson.
From: 'Randy Meisner' (1978). A heartfelt song of romantic confusion, "Daughter of the Sky" reanimates the gentle shyness of Meisner's earliest Eagles songs – pointing the way for what could have been a successful solo career. But Meisner never took to the spotlight, instead spending much of the era before his retirement working as a sideman. From: 'Eagles' (1972). This final track on the Eagles' country-tinged debut album does more than hint at where they'd eventually land toward the end of Meisner's tenure. Tryin'" - with its rumbling hook, eruptive guitar and brief closing vocal reference to the Rolling Stones' "You Can’t Always Get What You Want" - was a palette-clearing blast of harder-edged rock.
It's no surprise that Randy Meisner's first solo album sounds a great deal like an offshoot of the Eagles' work, as he'd recorded it not long after quitting that band after a six-year stint. The songs run between the extremes of fluid, guitar-driven rockers ("Bad Man," "Every Other Day") and ballads draped in flowing lyricism with harmony singing ("Daughter of the Sky"), including major contributions from his one-time teenage bandmate Donny Ullstrom
If You Wanna Be Happy. Прослушать Скачать 04:19. Take It to the Limit. Прослушать Скачать 02:58. Save the Last Dance for Me. Прослушать Скачать 02:39. Bad Man. Прослушать Скачать 03:30. Come On Back to Me. Прослушать Скачать 04:04. Прослушать Скачать 04:51. Прослушать Скачать 04:15. Daughter of the Sky. Прослушать Скачать 03:22. Please Be with Me. Прослушать Скачать 02:27. It Hurts to Be in Love. It was released in mid 1978, on Asylum in the United States, and in the United Kingdom Randy Meisner. Apart from a somewhat dullish rendition of "Save the Last Dance for Me," the album works well, particularly a soulful and highly personalized rendition of "Take It to the Limit.
Randy Meisner Hit Songs Cover Photos Midlife Crisis Eagles Album Covers Message Board Forget Musicians. The debut Eagles album was released in June, 1972, and contained such classic songs as Witchy Woman, Peaceful, Easy Feeling, and Take It Easy. Bernie Leadon Randy Meisner Eagles Band Glenn Frey Midlife Crisis American Music Awards Rock Bands Singing Musicians. Randy Meisner with Joe Walsh and Don Felder. The Eagles ~ Past and Present ~.
Tracklist Hide Credits
Written-By – G. Frey*, J.D. Souther*
|2||Daughter Of The Sky
Written-By – B. Lamb*
|3||It Hurts To Be In Love
Written-By – J. Dixon*, R. Toombs*
|4||Save The Last Dance For Me
Written-By – D. Pomus*, M. Shuman*
|5||Please Be With Me
Written-By – S. Boyer*
|6||Take It To The Limit
Written-By – D. Henley*, G. Frey*, R. Meisner*
Written-By – A. Brackett*, J. Merrill*
|8||Too Many Lovers
Written-By – B. Lamb*
|9||If You Wanna Be Happy
Written-By – C. Guida*, F. Guida*, J. Royster*
|10||I Really Want You Here Tonight
Written-By – A. Brackett*
|11||Every Other Day
Written-By – B. Lamb*
Written-By – B. Martin
- Licensed From – Elektra Entertainment – 6E-140
- Producer – Alan Brackett
NotesFrom Friday Music's Original Recording Master Series
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 8 29421 61402 9
|6E-140||Randy Meisner||Randy Meisner (LP, Album)||Asylum Records||6E-140||US||1978|
|6E-140||Randy Meisner||Randy Meisner (LP, Album)||Asylum Records||6E-140||Australia||1978|
|AS 53 079||Randy Meisner||Randy Meisner (LP, Album, Gat)||Asylum Records||AS 53 079||Netherlands||1978|
|S90.054||Randy Meisner||Randy Meisner (LP, Album)||Asylum Records||S90.054||Spain||1978|
|6E-140||Randy Meisner||Randy Meisner (LP, Album, PRC)||Asylum Records||6E-140||US||1978|