Heaven and Hell: My Life in the Eagles (1974-2001)
The Eagles are the bestselling, and arguably the tightest-lipped, American group ever. Now band member and guitarist Don Felder finally breaks the Eagles’ years of public silence to take fans behind the scenes. He shares every part of the band’s wild ride, from the pressure-packed recording studios and trashed hotel rooms to the tension-filled courtrooms, and from the joy of writing powerful new songs to the magic of performing in huge arenas packed with roaring fans.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - DCavin - LibraryThing
I thought this was a good book. How much the band changed from a country-based rock band to a rock band. After reading this book, it made me want to punch Don Henley and Glenn Frey. Had a nice balance of talk about music as well as the "drugs" angle of rock music. Read full review
Review: Heaven And Hell: My Life In The Eagles (1974 2001)User Review - Michael Fenton - Goodreads
A good read. I usually don't like non-fiction books, but when I picked this up, I didn't put it down until I was done. It was really interesting to learn about the origins of the Eagles, and the struggles and everything that needed to be dealt with on the road to becoming legends. Read full review