He loaned us his large convertible to take to mission santa Barbara.
Sexy red head in the front with the Sweet smell of colitis flowing through here hair, when we got there the mission bells rang. I always took this song to have a somewhat literal beginning.
I think that all the members of the Eagles was influenced by those horror movies since 1973, too if so.
Because on this song, the music was written first, (not lyrics), written by Don Felder, and another Don wrote the lyrics second. I think another Don, Don Henley, followed the music of this song that Don Felder wrote and wrote the lyrics of the song.
Because the music that Don Felder wrote was not a typical rock or pop song in the US.
You can check out any time but you can't never leave!
Hi Music lovers, I know that a millions music fans like this song and many of them believed that this song was written for the sort of warning of materialism in those days. It was not written for this, but for something else!
All members of the Eagles must have watched this film because they had respected him since 'Ease Rider' because it was a great AND impressive film. The last scene of this film 'Race With The Devil' was the same the last phrase of the lyrics of the 'Hotel California', which goes like this: You can check any time you like, but you can't never leave: just the same last scene.
I think when Don Henley got the idea of the music of 'Hotel California' from another Don: Don Felder, he must have thought 'Wow!CSNY reunion brought them two guitar-sounds because CSNY had two guitarist-Neil Young and Stephen Stills. So they copied CSNY and had two guitarists-Don Felder and Joe Walsh instead of Bernie Leadon in 1975. To be continued Hi Music lovers, As I told you my last review, I think this song 'Hotel California' has nothing to do with any materials or heroin addiction in those days.I think it was about a story influenced by the horror films like 'Exorcist' in 1973 or 'Race With The Devil' in 1975.Because there was a 'horror' or 'Occult' film boom happening in the US since 1973. One of the horror films, 'Race With The Devil' was starring 'Peter Fonda'.Peter was a very famous for producing 'Easy Rider' in 1969.At this point, I see falling in with a bunch of partiers, a descent into addiction and self-destruction, and then despair at the realization that he has thrown away his life, and also the chance to "Make it Big".