The first Eagles album I really got into was "The Long Run". Felder and Joe Walsh had a larger role in the music. Ironically, this shift and the desire for more equal say among members drove Glenn Frey to break up the Eagles. Felder, Walsh, and Timothy B Schmit tried to convince Don Henley to continue the band without Frey, but he passed. As Joe Walsh said in Rolling Stone a couple of years ago "It's Glenn's band and Don helps him run it".
So all of the members went solo.
Felder had some rock radio success with "Takin a Ride on Heavy Metal" (with backing vocals from Henley).
I was excited when Felder finally put out his first (and still only ) solo album "Airborne" .
I liked and still like the album. Felder's vocals are a bit Henley-esque. There is some nice talk-box guitar present. The first single was the fun "Bad Girls"
The video starred Cheech and probably a bunch of Playboy models! Good enough for this 17 year old boy!