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Songs By Glenn Frey
On The Acoustic

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Welcome to my songs by Glenn Frey page where you'll find a few songs from Glenn Frey you can easily learn on the acoustic guitar.

You'll find free demos, sample videos, chord sheets, rhythm tips and more. If you require a full instructional video tutorial you can get one for a small fee. Discount pricing listed above.

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Songs By Glenn Frey
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1. Route 66

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Route 66 was released on Glenn Frey's 2012 album "After Hours". It's a classic rhythm and blues song written by Bobby Troup in 1946. The song was later covered by many artists including Nat King Cole, Chuck Berry, and The Rolling Stones. Glenn Frey's version of the song is a cover of the classic Troup composition, and features a jazzy arrangement with Frey's vocals accompanied by a piano, saxophone, and drums.

Frey's version of "Route 66" was produced by Richard F.W. Davis, who had previously worked with Frey on his solo albums "Strange Weather" and "Soul Searchin'". "Route 66" was one of the last songs that Glenn Frey recorded before his death in 2016. The song was also featured on the soundtrack of the 2017 film "Cars 3".

The lyrics of "Route 66" describe the experience of traveling along the historic Route 66 highway, which stretches from Chicago to Los Angeles. The song has become a popular anthem for road trips and travel, and is often associated with the freedom and adventure of the open road.

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2. The One You Love

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The One You Love is a soft rock ballad that was released in 1982 on Glenn's debut solo album, "No Fun Aloud". The song was co-written by Frey and Jack Tempchin, who had also collaborated with the Eagles on several hits. "The One You Love" features a prominent piano riff, catchy chorus, and Frey's distinctive vocals, as well as backing vocals by Timothy B. Schmit, another Eagles bandmate.

The song was a commercial success, reaching #15 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and #20 on the US Adult Contemporary chart, as well as charting in several other countries.

The music video for "The One You Love" was directed by Brian Grant and features Frey performing the song on a stage with a backing band. The video was a popular fixture on MTV in the early 1980s. The song is often cited as one of Frey's best solo works and is considered a classic of the soft rock genre. "The One You Love" has been covered by various artists, including Tanya Tucker and Michael Bolton.

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3. True Love

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True Love was released by Glenn Frey in 1988, which was featured on his album "Soul Searchin'". The upbeat pop-rock song was co-written by Frey and Jack Tempchin, who had collaborated on several Eagles hits in the past. "True Love" features Frey's signature vocals and a catchy guitar riff, as well as backing vocals by Wendy Fraser.

The music video for "True Love" was directed by Brian Grant, who had also worked with Frey on the videos for "The One You Love" and "Sexy Girl". The video features Frey performing the song on a stage with a backing band, interspersed with shots of a woman walking through the city.

Despite modest commercial success, with the song reaching #13 on the US Billboard Album Rock Tracks chart and #28 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, "True Love" is still considered a classic song by many of Frey's fans.

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4. Worried Mind

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Worried Mind is a song that was recorded by Glenn Frey and included on his 2012 posthumous release "After Hours". The song was originally written and recorded by American country music singer and songwriter Ted Daffan in 1940.

Frey's version of "Worried Mind" is a cover that features a slow and melancholic arrangement, with Frey's soothing voice and gentle guitar playing creating a somber and introspective mood. The song is about a person whose worried mind keeps them up at night, unable to sleep due to worries about the future. The lyrics are poignant and relatable, with Frey's emotive delivery adding depth and authenticity to the song.

Frey's cover of "Worried Mind" was well-received by critics and fans alike, with many praising his ability to infuse new life into a classic song. The inclusion of this song on "After Hours" is a testament to Frey's love of country and western music, which was an important influence on his musical career. Overall, "Worried Mind" is a touching and timeless recording that showcases Frey's talents as a musician and singer.

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