Hell Freezes Over (Live) - Eagles

Hell Freezes Over (Live)


  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1994-01-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 15

  • ℗ 1994 UMG Recordings, Inc.


Title Artist Time
Get Over It Eagles 3:31 USD 1.29
Love Will Keep Us Alive Eagles 4:03 USD 1.29
The Girl from Yesterday Eagles 3:23 USD 1.29
Learn to Be Still Eagles 4:28 USD 1.29
Tequila Sunrise Eagles 3:27 USD 1.29
Hotel California Eagles 7:12 USD 1.29
Wasted Time Eagles 5:19 USD 1.29
Pretty Maids All in a Row Eagles 4:26 USD 1.29
I Can't Tell You Why Eagles 5:11 USD 1.29
New York Minute Eagles 6:37 USD 1.29
The Last Resort Eagles 7:24 USD 1.29
Take It Easy Eagles 4:36 USD 1.29
In the City Eagles 4:07 USD 1.29
Life in the Fast Lane Eagles 6:01 USD 1.29
Desperado Eagles 4:17 USD 1.29


  • Best album of my entire life

    By Lindita99
    I am crying while I write this as I am listening to "love will keep us alive". This song has so much meaning for me as do many of the others on the album. Thank you Eagles!
  • Eagles- Hell Freezes Over

    By Skyhorse55
    few artists can make an album that takes you back to a memerable time in your life.The Eagles can and have with this one.Love listening to it.
  • Great road trip soundtrack

    By Nobodies girl
    But why won't Get Over It load up?!
  • Best Album front to back

    By sakesam
    This is one of those rare albums that is amazing from the first song to the last. The live performances are amazing and I was lucky enough to see the Hell Freezes Over Tour. This album brings me right back to the show.
  • Enjoying Album

    By KN3552
    Eagles is the band of the soul, inside of the heart
  • best version!!!

    By yingnanhan
    Best version of hotel California
  • Best Live Album of All-time!

    By JRR1020
    This is the absolute best live album of all-time and the Hell Freezes Over concert on film is well worth purchasing to accompany the album. The guys are back together and quite literally sound better live than most bands do in the studio. This particular album boasts songs that in my humble opinion, actually manage to outshine their original studio versions. Hotel California gets a southwestern desert acoustic makeover that is cleaner and more hauntingly melodic than the original version which has grown a bit too radio worn to feel new anymore. And one of the much less mentioned ballads on the album, "The Last Resort" is the decades old b-side that is as memorable on this album as the original song was forgettable in 1976. "The Last Resort" elicits images of the early American frontier of pilgrims, pioneers and the Native American people who were charmed or cheated depending on what could be gained from them by the European leaders seeking to exile the peaceful people from their homeland. Lyrical imagery aside, none of the colorful poetic phrasing would matter of course, if not for Henley's vocal reimagining of this piece. Henley renovates the ballad in all the right places and saves the best for last when he somehow reaches deep into his vocal reserves to end the masterpiece on a spine tingling high note without so much as an inkling his voice had ages one iota from his days in the studio two decades beforehand, when the Eagles hadn't broken up and hell had not frozen over. Every song on the album gives a smooth makeover to their heyday hits, and adds 4 new songs that instantly become 4 new songs for their next greatest hits album. The band ends this reunion concert without any throwaway, but we expect nothing less by then. Piano heavy and emotive, the Eagles end give the concertgoers in attendance and the audience at home the signature melodic emotion needed to say "So long" with the only apropos closer with "Desperado." Henley's silky tenor retaking of "Desperado" adds only a little emotionally heavy notes that he handles just right with his understated vibrato hanging on till the end. One of their great songs that needed very little revision, especially considering the original version's timeless relevance today, it sounds new in the right places and old when it needs to. Any goose bump addict gets their fix from start to finish and everywhere in between. An absolute must-have for any music connoisseur. And when considering their their status as arguably the greatest band of all-time, it is quite a statement for many to state with confidence along with myself included, that this album is the Eagles' greatest individual piece of their rock and roll greatness and we should all be grateful that hell did freeze over.
  • G.O.A.T

    By Sargent 33
  • The Eagles music will be alive forever!!!!!!!!!!!

    By Rusty Wa Wa
    10,000,000 hearts will beat alot faster when the Eagles sing.God bless the 70's and the Eagles!
  • Fantastic

    By hiitsmegg
    The only downside: since this is my favorite of all the Eagles' albums, it's quite ruined me now. I prefer the live tracks to these songs to their studio recorded versions.

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