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Don Felder to release first album in 29 years 

added: 27 Jul 2012 // by: Noise11 

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Former Eagles member Don Felder will release his first album since 1983 in October.

'Road To Forever' is also Don's only ever second solo album.

Felder joined the Eagles for their third studio album 'On The Border'. He was a co-writer of 'Hotel California' with Don Henley and Glenn Frey.

Don Felder reunited with the Eagles in 1994 for 'Hell Freezes Over' but in 2001 he was fired from the band. He told his story in the tell-all biography 'Heaven and Hell: My Life in the Eagles (1974-2001).

Eagles songs co-written by Don Felder
▪ 'Visions' from One of These Nights (co-written with Don Henley)
▪ 'Too Many Hands' from One of These Nights (co-written with Randy Meisner)
▪ 'Victim of Love' from Hotel California (co-written with Henley, Glenn Frey, and J.D. Souther)
▪ 'Hotel California' from Hotel California (co-written with Henley/Frey)
▪ 'The Disco Strangler' from The Long Run (co-written with Henley/Frey)
'Those Shoes' from The Long Run (co-written with Henley/Frey)

'Road To Forever' features guest appearances from Jackson Browne, David Crosby, Graham Nash, Stephen Stills, Steve Lukather, David Paich, Steve Porcaro and Tommy Shaw.

The album will be released on Rocket Science Ventures on October 9.

Have a listen to the first song 'Fall From The Grace Of Love' at ultimateclassicrock.com

More at Noise11.com

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