A music changed occurred once again on June 26, 1972, just eight years after “the British invasion”, a four member band released their first album that charted 3 top 40 hits, “Take It Easy”, “Witchy Woman”, and “Peaceful Easy Feeling”. That band is none other than The Eagles. The Eagles went through a few changes in band members over their history, however, Don Henley and Glen Frey remained the focal core for the band. The band produced chart hits like “Desperado”, “Tequila Sunrise”, “Lyin’ Eyes”, “Take It To The Limits”, “One of These Nights”, “Heartache Tonight”, and their signature hit, “Hotel California”. Once again the rock and roll genre made another big change!
Is he suggesting that the British Invasion had something to do with it? Were they even British?
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I consider myself a huge classic rock fan, but I've never liked the Eagles that much.
I suppose they streamlined the use of blues and country flavor in pop music, effectively solidifying themselves as 'classic rock legends', but... idk.
...No sarcasm there. I have absolutely no clue where that sentence just came from. Why can't I think of stuff as intelligent as this when I'm writing a paper?