This is a huge upgrade and superb sounding remastered copy of the show that recently was shared right after founding member Glenn Fry died on January 18, 2016. A special thanks goes out to "Waxly Molding" for the recent sharing of this remastered and upgraded copy.
(1) SB > 2nd Gen cassette > CD-R > EAC > WAV > editing (info below) > FLAC Frontend > FLAC > me > TLH > WAV (to test for lossiness) > Audacity (to view waveform, embed metadata/track titles & info, and then to re-encode) > FLAC 8 > TLH (to check for SBE's and create and verify new ffp & md5 files) > you
(2) Remaster Info: FLAC files > Wavemerge > pitch correction, cleanup, and volume balancing in Soundforge 8/Adobe Audition 2 > CD Wave > FLAC
"Remastered by terrapinstation on 2008-12-14"
Artist: The Eagles
Date: March 4th, 1980
Location: Inglewood, California
Venue: The Forum
Source: SB (2nd Gen Remaster)
Artwork: Yes (from the Inglewood 1980 CD set by a boot label)
Size: 617 MB
101. Hotel California
102. Already Gone
103. In The City
104. King Of Hollywood
105. The Sad Cafe
106. Lyin' Eyes
107. I Can't Tell You Why
201. Those Shoes
202. Heartache Tonight
203. One Of These Nights
204. Turn To Stone
205. The Long Run (with David Sanborn)
206. Life's Been Good
207. Life In The Fast Lane
208. Carol (incomplete)
LINK:(1) 1980-03-04 Inglewood, CA (SB Remaster/Upgrade)
This is a remaster as well as it being a second generation copy is superb. The sound is vastly better than a more common copy of the show that has been circulating for ages. The show blows the more commonly shared copy out of the water. I was really surprised at how good this copy sounds.
I uploaded this show, the more common and lesser copy now, back in 2014. It can be found at THIS LINK if anyone wants to check it out. However, if you just want the best circulating copy this uploaded being made today is the one you want!
The Eagles broke up in July of 1980, just four months after this show, and vowed to never play again until "hell freezes over" due to the strife within the band and heavy drug use and abuse going on then. So when they got back together after 14 years in 1994, when they were all clean and sober, they returned on their "Hell Freezes Over" tour and have continued on and are still playing today.
After Glenn Frey's death, less than two months ago, they played a Grammy (or some sort of event like that) type of event being televised they played one song for the event with their long time friend, Jackson Browne, filling in for Glenn Frey. I have the video of it in HD even though it sadly just doesn't sound the same.
While Jackson Browne is not likely going to take Glenn Frey's place as one of The Eagles, it does look as if they plan on carrying on without Glenn Frey. At least I hope they do. I just wish I could have seen them before Glenn Frey passed away when the band still had the long time members in it. Because you can rarely replace a lifelong member and have everything still sound the same. The Eagles have been one of the few bands that can still play songs from any time in their career and have the song sound like it did so many years ago.
I still enjoy the 1973 - 1978 concerts from the band the most (especially the earlier 1973 - 1975 shows). But since these guys are such talented artists and have such great songs, I've continued enjoying their music on through today's concerts. I'm curious to see what happens now that a lifelong member has finally died. But I have little doubt that whoever they pick, if they pick anyone, to fill in for Glenn Frey will be a talented singer and artist that can play and sing the songs right.
I hope you enjoy the show...
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