Heaven And Hell: My Life In The Eagles (1974-2001) by Don FelderHeaven And Hell: My Life In The Eagles (1974-2001) by Don Felder

Heaven And Hell: My Life In The Eagles (1974-2001)

byDon Felder

Paperback | April 1, 2009

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The Eagles are the bestselling, and arguably the tightest-lipped, American group ever. Now band member and guitarist Don Felder finally breaks the Eagles’ years of public silence to take fans behind the scenes. He shares every part of the band’s wild ride, from the pressure-packed recording studios and trashed hotel rooms to the tension-filled courtrooms, and from the joy of writing powerful new songs to the magic of performing in huge arenas packed with roaring fans.
The former deputy editor of "Tatler", Wendy Holden has worked at "Harpers & Queen", the "Sunday Times", & the "Sunday Telegraph". She currently works at the "Mail on Sunday". "Simply Divine", her debut novel, was an international bestseller, & is available in a Plume edition.
Title:Heaven And Hell: My Life In The Eagles (1974-2001)Format:PaperbackDimensions:376 pages, 9.25 × 6.14 × 0.68 inPublished:April 1, 2009Publisher:Turner Publishing CompanyLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1681626519

ISBN - 13:9781681626512

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Heaven and Hell I’m a huge fan of the Eagles and after watching The History of the Eagles on Netflix, I decided to read this book. From Heaven and Hell, you are given a deeper insight to the band member’s personalities. I was given the impression that Don Felder is still very bitter about how Glenn and Don treated him over the years, and Felder refers to them as “The Gods” throughout the book. In any autobiography book, the person attempts to portray him or herself in the best light possible, while everyone else is/was the problem. Still, from hearing Felder’s stories, it was not hard to believe that Glenn and Don treated the rest of the band unfairly. Heaven and Hell was different from their documentary because Felder described many insistences when Glenn and Don controlled situations that led Felder to become frustrated with the band and eventually being dismissed. In the documentary, it is made to seem that Felder left because of money, but it was interesting to read how it was mostly because of how Glenn, Don, and their manager treated Felder over the years. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who is a fan of The Eagles. Aside from learning more about Don Felder, you will learn some new things that weren’t told in the documentary. Now I am just waiting for Joe Walsh to write an autobiography, man what stories that guy would have! #plumreview
Date published: 2017-05-22