Randy Meisner is the self-titled debut solo studio album by Randy Meisner. It was released in mid 1978, on Asylum in the United States, and in the United Kingdom. The track "Bad Man", was featured in the film FM, which also included an appearance by his one-time employer Linda Ronstadt.
Not so surprisingly, the Top 10 Randy Meisner Songs are dominated by music from his 1971-77 tenure with the Eagles. But Meisner also collaborated with Poco before he joined the Eagles, with Ann Wilson from Heart, Black Tie (who charted with their cover Buddy Holly's "Learning the Game") and various former members of his old bands in a second career that began with great promise in the late '70s. Meisner got the gig, and later played on the band's debut album, Pickin' Up the Pieces. But Meisner quit the group before the record was released in May 1969, only to find his vocals had been replaced by George Grantham's. He wouldn't get back together with Jim Messina and Richie Furay – both former members of Buffalo Springfield – until Poco reunited for 1989's Legacy. By then, he'd worked with James Taylor and Linda Ronstadt, then co-founded the Eagles with Don Henley and Glenn Frey.
Randy Meisner's second self-titled album, usually referred to as Randy Meisner (1982) to distinguish it from its 1978 predecessor, is a gorgeous country-rock production with a hard electric edge in all the right places and soaring melodies throughout - all worthy of a founding member of Poco and an original member of the Eagles. The guest players include Heart's Ann Wilson on one duet vocal and Nancy Wilson on backing vocals elsewhere, and the Tower of Power horns.
Randy Meisner is the self-titled debut solo studio album by Randy Meisner. It was released in mid 1978, on Asylum in the United States, and in the United Kingdom Randy Meisner. Apart from a somewhat dullish rendition of "Save the Last Dance for Me," the album works well, particularly a soulful and highly personalized rendition of "Take It to the Limit.
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|A1||Never Been In Love|
|A2||Darkness Of The Heart|
Written-By – Bryan Adams, Jim Vallance
|B1||Playin' In The Deep End|
|B4||Nothing Is Said ('Til The Artist Is Dead)|
|B5||Doin' It For Delilah|
- Manufactured By – CBS Records Canada Ltd.
- Distributed By – CBS Records Canada Ltd.
- Producer – Mike Flicker
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1 etching): PAL-38121-CAN-1 NO PROBLEM DM-3
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2 etching): PBL-38121-CAN-1 NO PROBLEM DM-3
|FE 38121, 38121||Randy Meisner||Randy Meisner (LP, Album, Car)||Epic, Epic||FE 38121, 38121||US||1982|
|25.3P-374||Randy Meisner||Randy Meisner (LP, Album)||Epic||25.3P-374||Japan||1982|
|KSF 2790||Randy Meisner||Randy Meisner (LP, Album)||Epic||KSF 2790||South Africa||1982|
|WOU 3812||Randy Meisner||Randy Meisner (CD, Album, RE)||Wounded Bird Records||WOU 3812||US||2003|
|CX 85913, EPC 85913||Randy Meisner||Randy Meisner (LP, Album)||Epic, Epic||CX 85913, EPC 85913||Europe||1982|