With the passing of Eagles co-founder Glenn Frey, fans all around the world are listening to - and dissecting - their music. One of those, "Hotel California" is the song that has become the band's anthem since it was written by Fry, Don Henley and Don Felder in 1976.

So, here's a version of that classic that you probably haven't heard before: The "vocals only" studio version, with Henley on lead vocals and harmonies from Fry and Randy Meisner.