I Don't Want To Hear Anymore

Album: Long Road Out Of Eden (2007)
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Songfacts®:

  • This was written by Paul Carrack, who originally gave Timothy B. Schmit a cassette of this song backstage at Twickenham in England. Timothy performs lead vocals on the track.
  • The English vocalist Paul Carrack has been the vocalist for a number of bands including Ace and Mike And The Mechanics. He had a solo hit in 1987 with "Don't Shed a Tear."
  • This was released as the fifth single from Long Road Out Of Eden.
  • Carrack recorded his own version of this ballad featuring Eagles' Don Henley and Timothy B. Schmit. It was released as a single from his 2007 I Know That Name album.

Comments: 2

  • Tate from TexasHas become one of my all time favs, they've sang my life and many other people's in their songs and Timothy's vocals are impeccable as always
  • Peterm from Coventry, United KingdomNot a typical Eagles or great song, but worth listening to.
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