The album was released in mid 1988 on MCA in the United States and the United Kingdom, four years after Frey's successful album, The Allnighter and eight years after the demise of the Eagles. The album features eight original songs co-written by Frey with Jack Tempchin and the song "Two Hearts" contributed by Frey's friend, Hawk Wolinski.
Label: MCA Records – MCAC-6239. Written-By – Glenn Frey (tracks: A1 to B3, B5), Jack Tempchin (tracks: A1 to B3). Notes. Paul Jackson Jr. appears courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corporation.
Album · 1988 · 10 Songs. For his third solo outing, the Eagles frontman delves deeper into soul-pop, dance-y sides, and glossy ballads. Beyond the horn-drenched blue-collar anthem Working Man and the bouncy lover’s lament Two Hearts, the album is a mostly gentle, keyboard-heavy excursion into Frey’s adult life. He preaches healthy living (no more tequila sunrises!) on dance-floor jumper Livin’ Right, and tells how he’s an evolving human on the title track. The pop melodies are downright delirious on breakup song Let’s Pretend We’re Still in Love and the tender I Did It for Your Love.
Band Name Glenn Frey. Released date August 1988.
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The single features the non-album track, "It's Cold in Here" as the B-side, which was also released as a bonus track on compact disc release of the album. Unlike the album, the single was a success peaking at No. 5 on the Adult Contemporary chart, but failed to peak on any other chart. YouTube Encyclopedic.
The album was released in mid 1988 on MCA in the United States and the United Kingdom, four years after Frey's successful album, The Allnighter and eight years after the demise of the Eagles.