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Thoughts on Glenn

I met Glenn Frey at the Troubadour in the late sixties. He'd hang out at the bar with J.D. Souther and Jackson Brown talk music and pick up girls. It wasn't long before Glenn and J.D., (Long Branch and Penny Whistle), were opening for Poco at the Troubadour.
After the Eagles took off, I'd run into Glenn every once in a while. We even had the tables turned and opened some shows for them in the seventies.
My favorite memory was running into Glenn at The Record Plant in LA back when they were working on the 'One Of These Nights' album.
Glenn pulled me into a small playback room and put a tape reel on the playback machine.
It was a rough mix of 'One Of These Nights' and it was amazing. I loved it and let him know I thought they'd knocked it out of park. He was very proud and rightly so.
What a great legacy Glenn leaves all to soon.

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