• 1.
    Livin' Right
  • 2.
    Some Kind of Blue
  • 3.
  • 4.
    Can't Put Out This Fire
  • 5.
    I Did It for Your Love
  • 6.
    Let's Pretend We're Still in Love
  • 7.
    Working Man
  • 8.
  • 9.
    Two Hearts
  • 10.
    It's Your Life

Review

Eight years after the demise of The Eagles, Glenn Frey had settled into a career that involved writing the occasional movie theme song, taking the occasional acting role, and, every four years, turning out another album of light soul-pop tunes written with Jack Tempchin. Soul Searchin' showed him to be more interested in body building than record making (he was also appearing in health club before-and-after ads at this time, the two photos showing him as an Eagle -- "Hard Rock" -- and today -- "Rock Hard"), and the songs here were so interchangeable with those on his first two albums he apologized for it in his note about "True Love," which became the album's sole Top 40 hit. The music was pleasant, but inconsequential, and suggested that Frey, living off his Eagles royalties, had come to think of his solo career as a hobby. ~ William Ruhlmann, Rovi

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