I Will Not Go Quietly - Don Henley - Superstar Concert Series (Vinyl, LP)

Although he manages to duplicate much of the magic of his previous album, Henley has backed off of the synthesizers and expanded his musical palette. This album is highly recommended for those who like their pop music with a message. From Wikipedia, the free LP). Don Henley.

Rock hard rock soft rock. From The End of the Innocence. It was written and performed by Henley along with Bruce Hornsby. Retrieved 22 March Rolling Stone. Retrieved 6 August Hung Medien. Retrieved October 1, Retrieved 12 April GfK Entertainment Charts. Official Charts Company. Music Canada. British Phonographic Industry. Select albums in the Format field. Don't you ever get down? Don't you ever get tired Of all the wicked tongues in this town?

Of, baby, I just wanna take you away from here I ain't no tiger I ain't no little lamb Suppose you tell me mama Who do you think I think I am? This album made me a true Henley fan. Over the I Will Not Go Quietly - Don Henley - Superstar Concert Series (Vinyl several years I bought everything I could find that he was a part of. I was honestly blown away by the music and lyrics that Henly created here.

Now I have a dilemma. Forgive me, but I Will Not Go Quietly - Don Henley - Superstar Concert Series (Vinyl am going to emulate the Toto article and choose my favorite ten songs from these two albums.

This excellent tune examines a strong summer love that has disappeared despite the promises that were made. This song received the appropriate accolades: it won the video of the year at the MTV music awards and Henley won the Grammy for best rock male performance. This song is a bit unusual for Henley or the Eaglesin that it is a completely keyboard driven rock song — keyboard solo included.

I liked this song very much the first time I heard it — I love the feel of this song. Some of my notable favorites are Prince, Sting, and, because of lines like this, Henley. As an English teacher, I try hard to make some concepts clearer for students to understand. I use rock music every chance I get. Springsteen, Bon Jovi and this song show up every year. This somber, piano driven song, highlights the classic struggle between the way things are and the way they used to be.

Some may dismiss this song because it does not have a catchy chorus or rhyming lines. Do not make this mistake. This song is about complacency. We see all these bad things around us, but most are unwilling to help or even pay attention to what is going on. This song has depth for those who listen closely. Did you ever like a song and were not too sure why? This is one of those songs for me. I like the catchy rhythm guitar LP) solo. I like the imagery of the difficulty of accomplishing something while our eyes are closed.

Besides, it is not often that a rock song will have allusions to French poets. This album is full of great songs, but this may be my favorite. He captures LP) human propensity to return to older days when things were simpler. Clearly life has always been complex and full of pitfalls, but we do not recognize this until we are older.

All of my memories of those days are perfect. My adult self understands this is impossible. As we age, we see and experience the negative aspects of life and, because it is harsh, we return to the memories of our youth. Enough philosophy! This song is excellent and once again shows what a great writer Henley is.

This song brings back memories of college. I was a catering student manager which I enjoyed ; in the summer the five student I Will Not Go Quietly - Don Henley - Superstar Concert Series (Vinyl ran the entire kitchen which remained open for summer students. We did everything: cooked, cleaned, washed dishes, mopped — everything.

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