Glenn Lewis Frey (/fraɪ/; November 6, 1948 – January 18, 2016) was an American singer, songwriter, actor, and founding member of the rock band the Eagles. Frey was the co-lead singer and frontman for the Eagles, roles he came to share with fellow member Don Henley, with whom he wrote most of the Eagles’ material. Frey played guitar and keyboards as well as singing lead vocals on songs such as “Take It Easy”, “Peaceful Easy Feeling”, “Tequila Sunrise”, “Already Gone”, “James Dean”, “Lyin’ Eyes”, “New Kid in Town”, and “Heartache Tonight”. Here are all of Glenn Frey albums ranked.
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5. Soul Searchin’ (1988)
“Glenn Frey and the song “True Love” (which is on this album), was on the airwaves when I was a kid and was one of my favorites back then and still is today. He released a couple of singles also during that era that aren’t on any studio albums I have.”
4. No Fun Aloud (1982)
“This cd represents some of the best at the beginning of his solo career. The melancholy hit single is told from the standpoint of a fellow who’s girl is in the process of leaving him for her former love-the one she loves-despite past bad treatment from this guy. He reminds her of this in an effort to make her stay with him-the one who loves you.”
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3. Strange Weather (1992)
“This album includes some good songs with Long Hot Summer, Strange Weather, Before the Ship Goes Down, and Love In The 21st Century (maybe) are all very good. The rest of the songs – He Took Advantage (Blues For Ronald Reagan), A Walk In the Dark, Big Life and especially Delicious are REALLY BAD!!!! Better to start Solo Collection but this is as good as No Fun Aloud or Soul Searchin’ which are all much better than The Allnighter.”
2. After Hours (2012)
“What a great “classics” album by the incomparable Glenn Frey! The tunes are beautiful, the arrangements superb and Glenn’s voice so smooth and amazing. He made this album for his parents and co-wrote the title track. Glenn always strived for perfection and I think he achieved it in his music more often than not. If you like this genre of music then you’ll love Glenn’s version of it! Very classy!”
1. The Allnighter (1984)
“A hot summer evening, your car, your girl, and Glenn Frey’s ‘The Allnighter’ is all you need to bring back the memories of those nights you spent cruising the streets & highways and listening to the hottest tunes of the day. Even after 15 years or so, Glenn’s masterpiece of Rock & Romance still sounds fresh and only a first-time listener would have trouble singing along.”