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Strange Weather

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Download links and information about Strange Weather by Glenn Frey. This album was released in 1992 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 01:05:16 minutes.

Artist: Glenn Frey
Release date: 1992
Genre: Rock, Pop
Tracks: 15
Duration: 01:05:16
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Silent Spring (Instrumental Prelude) 0:40
2. Long Hot Summer 5:17
3. Strange Weather 5:03
4. Agua Tranquillo (Instrumental) 0:50
5. Love in the 21st Century 6:12
6. He Took Advantage (Blues For Ronald Reagan) 4:42
7. River of Dreams 6:07
8. I've Got Mine 5:35
9. Rising Sun 0:38
10. Brave New World 6:20
11. Delicious 3:47
12. A Walk in the Dark 5:18
13. Before the Ship Goes Down 4:31
14. Big Life 4:18
15. Part of Me, Part of You 5:58

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With his solo career fading, Glenn Frey got serious on his fourth album, but many of the album's sentiments sounded strange coming from him. "He Took Advantage" was subtitled "Blues for Ronald Reagan," but it came more than three years after Reagan's retirement, and Frey's 1984 song "Better in the U.S.A." could have served as Reagan's campaign song. On "I've Got Mine," Frey sang about how people in limousines don't care about "us," but when was the last time he was on the outside of a limousine looking in? Frey was out of his league going for the kind of philosophical/political territory better handled by his old partner Don Henley. So, although Strange Weather signaled a new commitment by Frey to his career, it missed the charts entirely. (The album concludes with "Part of Me, Part of You," an Eagles-like tune used in the 1991 film Thelma and Louise.)