Eagles’ ‘Millennium Concert’ Set to Make Vinyl Debut

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The Eagles' 2000 live album The Millennium Concert is being sold on vinyl, and by itself, for the first time.

Due April 2, the 12-song set features Don Henley, Glenn Frey, Joe Walsh, Timothy B. Schmit and Don Felder performing at three year-end shows in Las Vegas and Los Angeles. These would be the last shows Felder would play with the group before his acrimonious 2001 departure.

The Millennium Concert was initially released as part of 2000's Selected Works: 1972-1999 box set and was also included in 2018's Legacy collection. Neither of these sets was released on vinyl, and the concert has never been available for purchase by itself until now.

Eagles are also reissuing their 1980 live album Eagles Live and their 2007 studio effort Long Road Out of Eden on vinyl on April 2. They released Live From the Forum MMXVIII, their first concert album since Frey's 2016 death and the first to feature his son Deacon Frey and Vince Gill as band members, last year.

The band is currently scheduled to return to the road Aug. 28 in London; the U.S. leg of their postponed Hotel California tour will kick off on Sept. 16 in Denver.

You can see the track listing for The Millennium Concert below.

Eagles, 'The Millennium Concert' Track Listing
1. "Hotel California"
2. "Victim of Love"
3. "Peaceful Easy Feeling"
4. "Please Come Home for Christmas"
5. "Ol' 55"
6. "Take It to the Limit"
7. "Those Shoes"
8. "Funky New Year"
9. "Dirty Laundry"
10. "Funk #49"
11. "All She Wants to Do is Dance"
12. "The Best of My Love"

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Rory Gallagher

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I have the 2000s Selected Works: 1972-1999 x4 cd set which as previously mentioned above includes this concert but I have never played it yet. One of The Eagles radio broadcasts from 1976 which is on a double-cd set is a excellent quality recording with the guitars sounding nice and raw (the way E-Z likes it).
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