Inside Job
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by: Don Henley

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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
Brand: Warner Bros
EAN: 0521312816177
Item Dimensions: 2550022550
Label: Warner Bros.
Languages: EnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Warner Bros.
MPN: 93624708322
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publisher: Warner Bros.
Release Date: May 23, 2000
Studio: Warner Bros.

  • Rock music CD
  • +Rock+Blues+Music
  • Rock

Disc 1:
  1. Nobody Else In The World But You
  2. Taking You Home
  3. For My Wedding
  4. Everything Is Different Now
  5. Workin' It
  6. Goodbye To A River
  7. Inside Job
  8. They're Not Here, They're Not Coming
  9. Damn It, Rose
  10. Miss Ghost
  11. The Genie
  12. Annabel
  13. My Thanksgiving
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Don Henley albums are few and far between, but they are stunning achievements upon arrival. Only his fourth solo album, Inside Job is his first since 1989's blockbuster, The End Of The Innocence. Inside Job reasserts Henley's status as one of music's most articulate, respected and powerful voices. Certified at 1 million units by the RIAA. (2/01)
Often taken to task for the maudlin mellowness of his back catalog, Don Henley's viewpoint on Inside Job is frequently as astringent as any of the best of his solo work, if refreshingly more stylistically diverse. Whether skewering the self-absorbed target of "Nobody Else in the World but You" with some welcome funk or lambasting the corporate co-opting of Mother Nature in "Goodbye to a River," Henley still wears his heart proudly on his sleeve. But the changes in his life have also blunted a previous propensity for self-righteousness into something more akin to subtle, resigned irony, and this album wears it well, especially on strangely downbeat "celebrations" like "For My Wedding." Featuring a typically all-star cast of guest musician pals (including Stevie Wonder, Randy Newman, Glenn Frey, and Heartbreakers Mike Campbell and Benmont Tench), coproducer Stan Lynch (formerly of Tom Petty's Heartbreakers) has helped Henley fashion a more timeless, deftly shaded production envelope that should age better than most. Though he still can't help lament his world's hardening and loss of innocence (to the point of "They're Not Here, They're Not Coming," echoing Randy Newman's "Trouble in Paradise" nostalgic plea to "bring back the Duke of Earl"), Henley does it here with a subtle grace that may just win him a few new, late-blooming fans. It's an album that underscores how quickly life's fine wine can unexpectedly turn to vinegar. --Jerry McCulley

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