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Eagles' front man Glen Frye takes a break from his band mates on his sixth solo album after hours from.
-- -- -- he -- -- her big collection of classic love songs took the rocker about two and a half years to write and produce.
Always want to make this kind of record you know ever since.
My friend Linda Ronstadt.
-- directors of Nelson Riddle I always and I thought those -- beautiful records the benchmark where it's really.
You know so I've always like that kind of music.
-- his eagle band mates have sold more than 120 million albums won six grammys ever inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame in 1998.
After decades in the business fry is an interesting take on the ever changing music industry.
It's a place where art meets commerce.
And you know you I've had my ups and downs you know I've been through periods were sold a lot of records.
But it was also during a time when people were buying a lot of records.
So now people get their music different ways so it's just not record sales that.
You know that play into the Internet and iTunes.
All that kind of stuff is this is a big part of -- television.
As well as radio but television has become more definitely feature music out there.
So it's just changed you know for me I've been very lucky I've always been surrounded by talented people guys -- workers and the Eagles are extremely gifted.
Writing songs with people like Don Henley and my friend Jack tension and I feel like I'm always you know I'm with talented people.
The rocker says his career with the Eagles is far from over.
The Eagles is the mother ship.
And we try to keep the band together as an ongoing -- some years or more -- than others but always.
You know pay a little bit of attention to that but this is more of a solo project here forever for all of us it's a little quieter you're on the eagles' front.
So were able to you know get this record going.
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