Hotel California was written by The Eagles. This arrangement is by Bob Hooper.
This song is rated highly in many rock music lists and polls and went to number one in the US charts in 1977 selling over a million copies in just three months. The song’s guitar solo is ranked 8th on Guitar Magazine`s Top 100 Guitar Solo`s and was voted the best solo of all time by readers of Guitarist magazine.
As one of the group’s most popular and well-known songs, “Hotel California” has been a concert staple for the band since its release. The lyrics describe the title establishment as a luxury resort where “you can check out any time you like, but you can never leave”. On the surface, it tells the tale of a weary traveller who becomes trapped in a nightmarish luxury hotel that at first appears to be inviting and tempting. The song is an allegory about hedonism, self-destruction, and greed in the music industry of the late 1970s.
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