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The End Of The Innocence

Don Henley

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Billboard 200 - #8, 1989
Billboard Hot 100 - #8, 1989 - The End Of The Innocence

Grammy Award - Best Male Rock Vocal Performance, 1989

"... the former Eagle hitched some of his finest melodies (especially on the gentle title track) to sharply focused lyrical studies of men in troubled transition, from youth to adulthood, innocence to responsibility."
- Rolling Stone

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The End Of The Innocence
Don Henley; Bruce Hornsby
5:18
2
How Bad Do You Want It?
Don Henley
3:47
3
I Will Not Go Quietly
Don Henley
5:43
4
The Last Worthless Evening
Don Henley
6:03
5
New York Minute
Don Henley; David Paich; Jeff Porcaro
6:36
6
Shangri-La
Don Henley
4:57
7
Little Tin God
Don Henley; David Paich
4:44
8
Gimme What You Got
Don Henley
6:13
9
If Dirt Were Dollars
Don Henley
4:34
10
The Heart Of The Matter
Don Henley
5:21
Total Playing Time    53:16
Don Henley's most successful solo album with US sales exceeding six million copies, The End Of The Innocence spawned three top 40 singles and earned Henley a Grammy Award in 1989 for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance. The title track, co-written with Bruce Hornsby, features jazz legend Wayne Shorter on saxophone and Hornsby himself on piano. Other guests ranging from Melissa Etheridge to Sheryl Crow, Take 6 to Axl Rose, join Henley and some of the finest session musicians on the West Coast.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Geffen Records Studio Masters

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