The Eagles played two sold-out, back-to-back concerts at the Academy (renamed the Palladium in 1976). Dan Fogelberg opened both shows.

Village Voice, April 28th, 1975
Eagles at the Academy Of Music
L-R: Randy, Glenn Frey, Don Henley, Bernie Leadon, and Don Felder
Photo © Michael Landskroner

The band performed three songs from their not-yet-released album, One Of These Nights, including “Too Many Hands,” written by Randy and Don Felder and sung by Randy, the title track, and the instrumental “Journey Of The Sorcerer,” written by Bernie Leadon. My setlist is compiled mostly from the reviews, which were probably of the 8:00 show.


Take It Easy
Outlaw Man
Doolin-Dalton/Desperado Reprise
Train Leaves Here This Morning
Peaceful, Easy Feeling
Ol’ 55
One Of These Nights
Midnight Flyer
Journey Of The Sorcerer
Too Many Hands
Already Gone
Good Day In Hell
James Dean
Witchy Woman
Chug All Night
Best Of My Love

Tequila Sunrise

Photo © Michael Landskroner
© Michael Landskroner
© Michael Landskroner
Billboard, May 31st, 1975
Billboard, May 31st, 1975
Record World, June 7th, 1975
Record World, June 7th, 1975

Noted curmudgeon, Dave Marsh, put in his two-cents’ worth below. Don’t worry, he softens by the end. Well, sort of. He doesn’t give poor Dan Fogelberg a break at all.

Newsday (Hempstead, NY), May 19th, 1975

More photos. Since the the Eagles performed a double bill, some of the band members changed shirts for the second show (most notably Glenn Frey & Don Felder). Not sure which photos are from which performance. Randy wore the same “One Of These Nights” t-shirt for each show.”

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