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

G | | Music | Video 14 June 2005
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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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The Eagles Farewell I Tour DVD is WONDERFUL!!!
6 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the very BEST musical DVD that I've ever experienced. There is no doubt that the Eagles have reached their musical peak in their "winter years!" Perfection is the only adjective that I feel is worthy of describing each and every performer on this DVD, from the singers to the musical instruments, all in PERFECT harmony. As is the disappointing case with a lot of other live performances, nothing is lost but only pleasingly embellished. Listening to it with surround sound stereo transported us to the concert! I plan to enjoy it over and over & never tire of it. I also appreciated the support that the Eagles' members gave each other by performing their individual hits, (from the "break-up" years) together. Do yourself a big favor & add this one to your collection.


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