Don Henley – The End Of The Innocence (1989/2015) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz]

Don Henley - The End Of The Innocence (1989/2015) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Don Henley
Album: The End Of The Innocence
Genre: Rock
Release Date: 1989/2015
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 53:17
Total Tracks: 10
Total Size: 1,15 GB

Tracklist:

01. Don Henley – The End Of The Innocence (05:17)
02. Don Henley – How Bad Do You Want It? (03:47)
03. Don Henley – I Will Not Go Quietly (05:43)
04. Don Henley – The Last Worthless Evening (06:03)
05. Don Henley – New York Minute (06:35)
06. Don Henley – Shangri-La (04:56)
07. Don Henley – Little Tin God (04:43)
08. Don Henley – Gimme What You Got (06:13)
09. Don Henley – If Dirt Were Dollars (04:34)
10. Don Henley – The Heart Of The Matter (05:21)

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Released in 1989, The End of the Innocence is Don Henley’s third studio album and his last solo album of the 1980s. The album is Henley’s best selling album, with sales of over 6 million copies in the US alone, where it peaked at #8 on the charts. The album has been certified 6x Platinum by the RIAA.Don Henley took some time before completing his highly anticipated third album, The End of the Innocence. Although he manages to duplicate much of the magic of his previous album, Henley has backed off of the synthesizers and expanded his musical palette. He uses background vocals to great effect, whether it’s the tragic ballad “New York Minute” (with vocal group Take 6) or the angry rocker “I Will Not Go Quietly” (with Axl Rose of Guns N’ Roses). His collaboration with Bruce Hornsby on the opening title track show a mature Henley singing about disillusionment over a beautiful piano riff that gives the song a timeless air of nostalgia. While he still tackles political issues and writes about small-town life in America, Henley also mixes in romantic ballads, including the closer “Heart of the Matter.” In this epic song, Henley explores the emotional complexity of relationships and coming to terms with oneself during the aftermath. Throughout the album, he manages to balance being cynical yet hopeful, and his great melodies allow his poignant lyrics to penetrate. This album is highly recommended for those who like their pop music with a message. –Vik Iyengar

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