The duo Longbranch Pennywhistle, who made 1 obscure self-titled album in 1969, are remembered primarily for having a pre-Eagles Glenn Frey and J.D. Souther (who obviously went on to create much materials for the Eagles and Linda Ronstadt). Frey got moved to LA from Detroit, where he previously used Bob Seger, and installed there with ex-Texan J.D. Souther. Both attracted interest in the burgeoning Southern California country-rock picture via gigs on the Troubadour membership and were agreed upon by Amos Information. Their lone LP was made by Jimmy Bowen and highlighted an abundance of outstanding program musicians, such as for example James Burton, Friend Emmons, Larry Knechtel, Joe Osborn, Jim Gordon, Ry Cooder, and Doug Kershaw. Longbranch Pennywhistle is usually a pleasant however unthrilling recording of moderate harmonized early country-rock. Pre-echoes from the sound from the Eagles and 1970s mellow Californian rock and roll can be noticed, and Souther would re-record among the better tunes, “Kite Female,” for his early-’70s single debut. The recording sold little as well as the duo split up in middle-1970. Nevertheless, Frey was quickly playing in Linda Ronstadt’s music group and developing the nucleus from the Eagles, to whom Souther would regularly contribute like a songwriter.