Album of the Day
One of These Nights
An Album of the Year Grammy nominee and a quadruple-Platinum smash, ONE OF THESE NIGHTS proved to be Eagles' breakthrough release. The product of more than a year's work by the band and producer Bill Szymczyk, the 1975 Asylum collection includes three Top 10 singles: "Lyin' Eyes,” “Take it to the Limit” and the title track. The increased emphasis on rock heard here would lead to the departure of country-leaning co-founder Bernie Leadon following the supporting tour, leaving singer-songwriters Glenn Frey and Don Henley firmly in the driver's seat. ONE OF THESE NIGHTS was the first Eagles set to top the Billboard chart, and it remains one of the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers' defining albums; we'll give it one more spin now to wish guitarist Don Felder a happy birthday.