|Songwriter(s)||Don Felder, Don Henley, Glenn Frey|
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What does the song Hotel California mean?
“It’s basically a song about the dark underbelly of the American dream and about excess in America, which is something we knew a lot about,” Henley said in a 2002 interview with “60 Minutes.” In 2005, Henley further explained the meaning of the song to Rolling Stone magazine, which placed “Hotel California” at no.19 Jan 2016
Where is the real Hotel California?
Todos Santos is in the Baja California (hint 1: California!) state just west of the Gulf of California. The hotel is located on highway 19 (hint 2: desert highway!).
What did Glen Frey die of?
Is Hotel California addictive?
According to some interpretations, “Hotel California” is a song about drug addiction; others have viewed it as a song about a mental hospital, or devil worship, or—in one especially oddball take—even a real hotel run by cannibals. (That one sure puts a delicious new spin on “you can check out but you can never leave.”)
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What does the song Relax mean?
The lyrics are relatively ambiguous, although the line “When you want to come” is clearly a reference to orgasm. The song is essentially a guide to delaying ejaculation. To throw censors off the scent, when “Relax” first came out the band claimed publicly that it was written about “motivation.”
What is meaning of Bohemian Rhapsody?
It is called “Bohemian Rhapsody” because it depicts the life of a ‘bohemian’, whose original meaning is ‘artist’ while ‘Rhapsody’ is a fantasy (literally, it could play in his head) or a vision; within this song Freddie Mercury foresees his life in a symbolic way.
Where is the real Hotel California from the Eagles song?
The hotel is located in the town of Todos Santos on Baja California Sur, about 1,000 miles (1,609 km) south of San Diego and 48 miles (77 km) north of Cabo San Lucas. “Hotel California” is known for abstract lyrics that lead singer Don Henley has said describe excess in America.
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