Song artist 127 - Eagles

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This page lists the song chart entries of Eagles.A list of the hit albums by Eagles is also available. The songs are listed with the most widely successful first.

Originally formed as the backing band for Linda Ronstadt. The band was named as a tribute to The Byrds. Both Don Henley and Glenn Frey went on to solo success. The other current members are Joe Walsh and Timothy B Schmit, former members include Don Felder, Randy Meisner and Bernie Leadon.

Members of the band have been insistent that the name is "Eagles" not "The Eagles"

# Artist Song Title Year Chart Entries
1 Eagles Hotel California 1977 US Billboard 1 - Feb 1977 (19 weeks), Record World 1 - 1977, Canada 1 - Mar 1977 (17 weeks), France 1 - Jun 1977 (4 weeks), Canada RPM 1 for 2 weeks - Apr 1977, Grammy in 1977, Grammy Hall of Fame in 2003 (1977), ASCAP song of 1977, Switzerland 2 - Jul 1977 (13 weeks), US (Sup) Platinum (certified by RIAA in Feb 2009), nuTsie 3 of 1970s, OzNet 3, US Gold (certified by RIAA in May 1977), Norway 5 - May 1977 (15 weeks), RIANZ 5 - Apr 1977 (19 weeks), Europe 5 of the 1970s (1977), Germany 6 - Jun 1977 (4 months), TheQ 6, POP 6 of 1977, UK 8 - Apr 1977 (13 weeks), Holland 8 - May 1977 (14 weeks), US Radio 10 of 1977 (peak 1 13 weeks), France (SNEP) 13 - Aug 1977 (1 month), Austria 13 - Sep 1977 (3 weeks), Brazil 14 of 1977, DMDB 17 (1977), Belgium 18 of all time, US BB 19 of 1977, Belgium 21 - May 1977 (4 weeks), D.Marsh 21 of 1977, WABC NY 22 of 1977, Scrobulate 28 of rock, US CashBox 35 of 1977, Poland 38 of all time, Acclaimed 43 (1976), Virgin 44, RIAA 46, Rolling Stone 49, 68 in 2FM list, WXPN 73, Vinyl Surrender 73 (1976), Japan (Tokyo) 75 - Jun 1996 (4 weeks), Italy 88 of 1977, Germany 317 of the 1970s (peak 6 16 weeks), RYM 18 of 1977, Party 87 of 2007, one of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 500
2 Eagles One of These Nights 1975 US Billboard 1 - May 1975 (17 weeks), Record World 1 - 1975, France 1 - Aug 1975 (5 weeks), Canada 3 - Jul 1975 (12 weeks), RIANZ 3 - Aug 1975 (26 weeks), US Radio 4 of 1975 (peak 1 11 weeks), Holland 5 - Jul 1975 (8 weeks), D.Marsh 7 of 1975, DDD 8 of 1975, US BB 9 of 1975, Belgium 12 - Aug 1975 (4 weeks), US CashBox 15 of 1975, UK 23 - Aug 1975 (7 weeks), WABC NY 25 of 1975, Scrobulate 46 of 70s, Virgin 69, OzNet 767, Acclaimed 883 (1975), RYM 19 of 1975
3 Eagles New Kid in Town 1977 US Billboard 1 - Dec 1976 (14 weeks), Canada 1 - Jan 1977 (15 weeks), Canada RPM 1 for 1 week - Feb 1977, Record World 3 - 1977, US Gold (certified by RIAA in Mar 1977), France 5 - Apr 1977 (3 weeks), RIANZ 6 - Feb 1977 (16 weeks), D.Marsh 6 of 1977, Holland 9 - Feb 1977 (8 weeks), Norway 9 - Mar 1977 (7 weeks), Belgium 16 - Mar 1977 (3 weeks), US Radio 19 of 1977 (peak 1 11 weeks), UK 20 - Jan 1977 (7 weeks), WABC NY 28 of 1977, US CashBox 38 of 1977, US BB 59 of 1977, OzNet 197, Acclaimed 2392 (1976), RYM 59 of 1976
4 Eagles Heartache Tonight 1979 US Billboard 1 - Oct 1979 (14 weeks), Record World 1 - 1979, Canada 1 - Sep 1979 (15 weeks), Canada RPM 1 for 2 weeks - Nov 1979, US Gold (certified by RIAA in Feb 1980), RIANZ 7 - Oct 1979 (10 weeks), France 8 - Dec 1979 (1 week), Switzerland 10 - Nov 1979 (6 weeks), Holland 16 - Oct 1979 (6 weeks), US Radio 24 of 1979 (peak 1 11 weeks), US CashBox 34 of 1979, POP 37 of 1979, UK 40 - Oct 1979 (5 weeks), US BB 46 of 1980, WABC NY 67 of 1979, OzNet 818
5 Eagles Best of My Love 1975 US Billboard 1 - Nov 1974 (19 weeks), Canada 1 - Jan 1975 (12 weeks), Canada RPM 1 for 1 week - Feb 1975, Record World 3 - 1975, France 6 - Jan 1975 (3 weeks), US BB 12 of 1975, POP 14 of 1975, US Radio 22 of 1975 (peak 1 10 weeks), US CashBox 28 of 1975, WABC NY 42 of 1975, DDD 45 of 1974, Scrobulate 45 of 70s, TheQ 325, OzNet 582, RYM 56 of 1974
6 Eagles Lying Eyes 1975 US Billboard 2 - Sep 1975 (14 weeks), Record World 2 - 1975, Grammy in 1975 (Nominated), Canada 3 - Sep 1975 (12 weeks), RIANZ 7 - Nov 1975 (18 weeks), France 8 - Nov 1975 (2 weeks), Holland 19 - Nov 1975 (5 weeks), UK 23 - Nov 1975 (7 weeks), DDD 23 of 1975, US Radio 32 of 1975 (peak 2 8 weeks), D.Marsh 34 of 1975, US CashBox 51 of 1975, WABC NY 57 of 1975, OzNet 220, RYM 64 of 1975
7 Eagles Take it to the Limit 1976 US Billboard 4 - Dec 1975 (23 weeks), Record World 6 - 1976, France 8 - Apr 1976 (1 week), UK 12 - Mar 1976 (7 weeks), Canada 12 - Jan 1976 (8 weeks), D.Marsh 15 of 1976, RIANZ 23 - Apr 1976 (5 weeks), US BB 25 of 1976, DDD 31 of 1975, OzNet 53, US Radio 55 of 1976 (peak 4 9 weeks), US CashBox 56 of 1976, WABC NY 67 of 1976, Acclaimed 2185 (1975), RYM 29 of 1975
8 Eagles Take it Easy 1972 ASCAP song of 1972, France 2 - Sep 1972 (6 weeks), Record World 6 - 1972, US Billboard 12 - Jun 1972 (11 weeks), Canada 12 - Jun 1972 (6 weeks), DDD 14 of 1972, Springbok 16 - Sep 1972 (3 weeks), POP 24 of 1972, Scrobulate 69 of southern rock, US CashBox 98 of 1972, US Radio 109 of 1972 (peak 12 6 weeks), Acclaimed 2053 (1972), RYM 57 of 1972, one of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 500
9 Eagles I Can't Tell You Why 1980 Canada 5 - Mar 1980 (12 weeks), Record World 7 - 1980, US Billboard 8 - Feb 1980 (16 weeks), US Radio 58 of 1980 (peak 8 9 weeks), US BB 62 of 1980, US CashBox 68 of 1980, Japan (Tokyo) 84 - Jan 1989 (1 week), OzNet 944, RYM 190 of 1980
10 Eagles The Long Run 1980 Record World 4 - 1980, Canada 5 - Dec 1979 (8 weeks), US Billboard 8 - Dec 1979 (14 weeks), POP 37 of 1980, RIANZ 40 - Dec 1979 (2 weeks), US Radio 61 of 1980 (peak 8 9 weeks), UK 66 - Dec 1979 (2 weeks), US CashBox 72 of 1980, US BB 81 of 1980
11 Eagles Life in the Fast Lane 1977 Canada 3 - May 1977 (12 weeks), US Billboard 11 - May 1977 (14 weeks), Record World 16 - 1977, D.Marsh 37 of 1977, POP 61 of 1977, US Radio 92 of 1977 (peak 11 5 weeks), TheQ 157, OzNet 828, Acclaimed 2314 (1976), RYM 114 of 1977
12 Eagles Please Come Home For Christmas 1978 Holland 7 - Dec 1978 (5 weeks), France 9 - Dec 1978 (1 week), Belgium 12 - Dec 1978 (4 weeks), Sweden (alt) 15 - Dec 1978 (4 weeks), US Billboard 18 - Dec 1978 (7 weeks), RIANZ 28 - Jan 1979 (4 weeks), UK 30 - Dec 1978 (6 weeks), Record World 32 - 1978, US Radio 124 of 1978 (peak 18 3 weeks)
13 Eagles Witchy Woman 1972 Record World 8 - 1972, US Billboard 9 - Sep 1972 (13 weeks), France 10 - Nov 1972 (1 week), Canada 11 - Oct 1972 (12 weeks), POP 74 of 1972, DDD 79 of 1972, Scrobulate 82 of 70s, US Radio 97 of 1972 (peak 9 5 weeks), RYM 78 of 1972
14 Eagles Get Over It 1994 Japan (Tokyo) 4 - Oct 1994 (18 weeks), Poland 24 - Nov 1994 (7 weeks), US Billboard 31 - Oct 1994 (14 weeks), Japan (Osaku) 33 of 1995 (peak 3 22 weeks), US Radio 88 of 1994 (peak 18 3 weeks)
15 Eagles Peaceful Easy Feeling 1972 Record World 18 - 1973, US Billboard 22 - Dec 1972 (12 weeks), POP 32 of 1973, Scrobulate 50 of soft rock, DDD 70 of 1972, OzNet 416, WXPN 881, RYM 148 of 1972
16 Eagles Tequila Sunrise 1973 France 8 - Apr 1973 (1 week), Record World 40 - 1973, US Billboard 64 - Jun 1973 (8 weeks), POP 68 of 1973, Scrobulate 81 of 70s, RYM 100 of 1973
17 Eagles Love Will Keep Us Alive 1995 UK 52 - Jul 1996 (1 week), Japan (Tokyo) 52 - Jan 1995 (5 weeks), US Radio 76 of 1995 (peak 19 2 weeks)
18 Eagles Desperado 1973 DDD 37 of 1973, Scrobulate 79 of 70s, WXPN 327, Rolling Stone 494, Acclaimed 1564 (1973)
19 Eagles Hole in the World 2003 Poland 45 - Jul 2003 (1 week), UK 69 - Oct 2003 (1 week), US Billboard 69 - Aug 2003 (14 weeks)
20 Eagles Already Gone 1974 Record World 19 - 1974, US Billboard 32 - May 1974 (15 weeks), DDD 32 of 1974, POP 68 of 1974, RYM 70 of 1974
21 Eagles James Dean 1974 France 6 - Mar 1975 (2 weeks), POP 71 of 1974, US Billboard 77 - Sep 1974 (5 weeks)
22 Eagles How Long? 2007 Japan (Tokyo) 11 - Nov 2007 (5 weeks), Belgium 16 - Nov 2007 (6 weeks)
23 Eagles Learn to Be Still 1995 Poland 25 - Mar 1995 (7 weeks), Japan (Tokyo) 95 - Apr 1995 (2 weeks)
24 Eagles Seven Bridges Road 1980 US Billboard 21 - Dec 1980 (13 weeks), Record World 31 - 1981
25 Eagles Doolin-Dalton 1973 France 2 - Jul 1973 (5 weeks)
26 Eagles The Last Resort 1977 Scrobulate 86 of soft rock, RYM 114 of 1977
27 Eagles Outlaw Man 1973 US Billboard 59 - Sep 1973 (8 weeks), RYM 170 of 1973
28 Eagles Pretty Maids All in a Row 1977 RYM 18 of 1977
29 Eagles The Greeks Don't Want No Freaks 1980 RYM 190 of 1980
30 Eagles Victim of Love 1976 RYM 59 of 1976
31 Eagles Visions 1975 RYM 19 of 1975
32 Eagles After the Thrill Is Gone 1975 RYM 29 of 1975
33 Eagles Too Many Hands 1975 RYM 64 of 1975
34 Eagles Twenty-One 1973 RYM 100 of 1973
35 Eagles Certain Kind of Fool 1973 RYM 170 of 1973
36 Eagles Get You in the Mood 1972 RYM 57 of 1972
37 Eagles Early Bird 1972 RYM 78 of 1972
38 Eagles Trying 1972 RYM 148 of 1972
39 Eagles Ol' 55 1974 RYM 56 of 1974
40 Eagles Is it True 1974 RYM 70 of 1974
41 Eagles Wasted Time unknown Scrobulate 70 of ballad
42 Eagles New York Minute unknown Scrobulate 85 of soft rock

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13 Sep 2009

Song title and artist

"Smugler's Blues" The artist use to be with the EAGLES.

Glenn Frey's three biggest hits were (in order) "The Heat is On", "You Belong To The City" and "Smuggler's Blues" all in 1985. The first two made it into the top 100 for 1985. "Smuggler's Blues" does not have enough entries to be in the top 100 for that year, it has the following chart entries:

"US Billboard 12 - Apr 1985 (19 weeks), UK 22 - Jun 1985 (9 weeks), Poland 35 - Jul 1985 (4 weeks), RYM 184 of 1985"

Glenn Frey just misses being in the top 1000 artists, so he does not have his own page. If he did then it would note the fact that he was one of the founders of The Eagles. The page about The Eagles does mention his name

Searching with the word "Smuggler" on http://rateyourmusic.com/ or http://musicbrainz.org/ both lead to Glenn Frey's song.