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History of the Eagles

posted by Nell Minow

The documentary about The Eagles is out today: It is a three-disc set including History of the Eagles Part One and History of the Eagles Part Two, as well as Eagles Live At The Capital Centre – March 1977, featuring never-before-released performances from the Eagles’ two-night stand at Washington, D.C.’s Capital Center during the legendary Hotel California tour and is available

 in both DVD and Blu-ray three-disc configurations – all with 5.1 Surround Sound and Stereo audio.  For the super fans, there is a limited edition box set, with three Blu-ray discs, a 40-page casebound book featuring still photos from the films, 10 archival-quality photographs of the band from throughout its storied history, and a specially created lithograph of the band’s desert-bleached skull icon. All elements in this limited edition deluxe set will be packaged in a specially designed foil-stamped and embossed box, with a Native American blanket-inspired liner, wrapped in a leather tie, and fastened with a bone button.

The Eagles partnered with Academy Award-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney (Taxi to the Dark Side, Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room) to produce the film. Directed by Alison Ellwood (Magic Trip: Ken Kesey’s Search for a Kool Place), History of the Eagles is a  features rare archival material, concert footage, and never-before-seen home movies that explore the evolution and enduring popularity of one of the world’s biggest-selling and culturally significant American bands.



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