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Performer: Eagles
Genre: Rock
Title: Witchy Woman
Released: 1972
Style: Pop Rock, Classic Rock
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Eagles is the debut studio album by the rock band the Eagles. The album was recorded at London's Olympic Studios with producer Glyn Johns and released in 1972. The album was an immediate success for the young band, reaching No. 22 on the charts and going platinum

Witchy Woman was written by Don Henly and Bernie Leadon and released on August 1st, 1972 as the Eagles second single from their debut album. Bernie and I just sort of stumbled upon Witchy Woman. I was living in an old house in the Hollywood Hills on the corner of Camrose and Tower, near the Hollywood Bowl

Lyrics to "Witchy Woman" song by Eagles: Raven hair and ruby lips Sparks fly from her fingertips Echoed voices in the night She's a restless. Woo hoo witchy woman, See how high she flies Woo hoo witchy woman She got the moon in her eye. She held me spellbound in the night Dancing shadows and firelight Crazy laughter in another room And she drove herself to madness with a silver spoon. Woo hoo witchy woman See how high she flies Woo hoo witchy woman She got the moon in her eye. Well, I know you want a lover, Let me tell you, brother, She's been sleeping in the Devil's bed. And there's some rumors going round Someone's underground She can rock you in the nighttime 'Til your skin turns red. Woo hoo witchy woman See how high she flies Woo hoo.

The Eagles was the group's first album. It was produced by Glyn Johns, an Englishman who had previously worked with The Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin. They recorded it at Olympic Studios in London in just three weeks; the group became far less efficient over time - their 1979 album The Long Run took more than two years to make. According to the liner notes for The Very Best of the Eagles, the song originated with guitarist Bernie Leadon playing a "strange, minor-key riff that sounded sort of like a Hollywood movie version of Indian music. in this case a Witchy Woman) to take the hallucinogenic trip of the effect of the Absinthe. This is a song about drugs. Jennifur Sun from RamonaSara Mac. have you not ever heard the saying about Rich kids being born with a Silver Spoon in their mouth.

Witchy Woman was written by Don Henley and Bernie Leadon, although Leadon had actually begun the writing process while he was still within the ranks of the Flying Burrito Brothers. Later, Henley would say that the song marked the beginning of my professional songwriting career.

Eagles-Witchy woman 7 guitar tab, guitar tabs, bass tabs, chords and guitar pro tabs. D9 Echoed voices in the night. Gm7 She's a restless spirit on an endless flight. Gm7 D7 Hoo Hoo Witchy Woman. C Bb Gm7 See how high she flies. D7 Hoo Hoo Witchy Woman. C Bb Gm7 She got the moon in her eyes.

From the Album Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975 (Remastered). I admit that I actually only find out about this compelling song that is Witchy Woman by the Eagles around the Spring of 2012 after first hearing this moving/brilliant story type of song on a music collection titled The Very Best of Eagles. Even with the title of Witchy Woman, I take this song to be more about a woman who is maybe the female version of a womanizer that can charm many men and pulls them in more by her charm andor charisma

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Witchy Woman
Engineer – Glyn JohnsProducer – Glyn JohnsWritten-By – Bernie Leadon, Don Henley
3:53
B Early Bird
Engineer – Glyn JohnsProducer – Glyn JohnsWritten-By – Bernie Leadon, Randy Meisner
3:00

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
AS-11008 Eagles Witchy Woman ‎(7", Single, PL ) Asylum Records AS-11008 US 1972
1 C 006-93 756 Eagles Witchy Woman ‎(7", Single) Asylum Records 1 C 006-93 756 Germany 1972
SA-88641 Eagles Witchy Woman ‎(7", Single) Jugoton, Asylum Records SA-88641 Yugoslavia 1973
AS-11008 Eagles Witchy Woman ‎(7", Single, MO ) Asylum Records AS-11008 US 1972
AYM-9995 Eagles Witchy Woman ‎(7", Single) Asylum Records AYM-9995 Australia 1972