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Eagles: Up Ahead in the Distance
Author: Rik Forgo
Series: The Eagles Trilogy, Book 2
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
Tag: Recommended Books
ISBN: 1734365331
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"If you thought you knew all there is to know about the Eagles, think again... A rigorously researched, captivating tome on one of the top bands of the 20th century." – Kirkus Reviews

In 1972, the opening guitar chords of "Take It Easy" captured America's attention.

This debut single became that summer's national anthem, and the band from Los Angeles became a pop-rock phenomenon.

Eagles: Up Ahead in the Distance is an expansive book with 500-plus pages of detailed stories, in-the-moment photographs from rock's greatest photographers, exclusive interviews, comprehensive informational graphics, and Time Passages' brand of "forensic rock research" that uncovers specifics in the band's history that offers the most thorough retelling of the Eagles' story ever published.

Authors Rik Forgo and Steve Cafarelli pick up where the first book in the series, Eagles: Before the Band, left off—continuing the stories of the group's evolution from opening act to can't-miss headliners.

Volume II tracks the inspirations behind the songs you know—and some you don't; "Witchy Woman," "The Best of My Love," "One of These Nights," "Lyin' Eyes," "Take It to the Limit," "Hotel California," and "The Long Run."

It traces each band member's journey and the artistry and personalities that blended so beautifully but could clash so vehemently - a truly comprehensive biography of one of America's most loved Rock bands.

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