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Eagles: The Farewell 1 Tour - Live from Melbourne (2005)

G | | Music | Video 14 June 2005
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Themselves
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Himself - Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Don Henley ...
Himself - Vocals, Drums & Percussion
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Himself - Guitar, Organ, Slide Guitar, Vocals
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Himself - Bass, Vocals
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bill Armstrong ...
Himself - Horn
Scott Crago ...
Himself - Drums & Percussion
Al Garth ...
Himself - Sax, Violin & Percussion
Will Hollis ...
Himself - Keyboards
Christian Mostert ...
Himself - Tenor & Alto Sax
Greg Smith ...
Himself - Baritone Sax
Steuart Smith ...
Himself - Guitar
Michael Thompson ...
Himself
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Trivia

Farewell 1 was a tongue in cheek joke to all the stars who frequently do "farewell" shows saying that "this will be your last chance", only to tour again a year later. See more »

Goofs

At the beginning of the song "All She Wants to Do Is Dance", before he starts singing, Don Henley's position on the stage changes between camera shots. He is first shown to the far left of the stage before a very brief cut shows him lined up at the front of the stage near his microphone which then cuts back to him on the far left of the stage again. See more »

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During the credits out takes from the interviews are shown, including Glenn Frey's "new" song titles as they are getting older, such as "The Long Walk", "Wife in the Fat Lane" and "I Can't Remember Why". See more »

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Follows Eagles: Hell Freezes Over (1994) See more »

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Dirty Laundry
Written by Don Henley and Danny Kortchmar
Sung by Don Henley
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Eagles DVDs
31 August 2005 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This a must have music for all music lovers! I do not have enough superlative compliments to describe it. Buy it, See it, Hear it and you will cherish it. I have many of their CDs and DVDs, this DVD enriches them. The Eagles put much attentions in making their CDs and DVDs. Their aim for perfection produces great DVDs. The perfect record mixing shows their musical talents (both instrumental and vocal) and rich vocal harmonies. I am glad to have it after having the Hell Freezes Over. It have new materials and new musicians in the "orchestra". You will certainly appreciate it greatly! As with the "Hell Freezes Over", this DVD provides many audio output selections. To fully appreciate it you will need large screen and more importantly high quality speakers (or headphone).


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