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Strange but true | Reviewer: Michael
    ------ About the song Smuggler's Blues performed by Glenn Frey

I've never used drugs or had anything to do with them but I ended up in jail on a drug trafficking charge and sat 36 days awaiting an evidential hearing at which time the charges were dropped. Turns out a man by the name of Mitchel {same last name} was supposed to be arrested on the warrant and the cops that picked me up obviously couldn't read.

Anyway, all this happened at the time this song came out and Miami Vice was played on the TV set at the jail. I was so depressed over this, I never watched the show but I could hear it and this song as it echoed off the steel walls and into my cell.

This sound is etched in my mind, the song is burned deeply into my memory. Despite wasting away in a cell for something I did not do, I really liked the song. Now, 20 some odd years later, I love it as well as "You Belong To The City".

I had the Smugglers Blues and wasn't even a smuggler !!

State of Affairs | Reviewer: Gino Suarez
    ------ About the song Smuggler's Blues performed by Glenn Frey

I can totally relate to this song from every angle and words. A former south american police detective. When this song first came out in the mid-80s I enjoyed its tune and lyrics as well as the Miami Vice show - mainly because of the irony of it all. It's all True. Reality is stranger than fiction. It's a classic ! unfortunately things have not changed since that time...!

Enduring truth in 'Smuggler's Blues' | Reviewer: Christopher
    ------ About the song Smuggler's Blues performed by Glenn Frey

Who knew that when Glenn Frey penned this song back in 1984/5 that it would describe the state of the War on Drugs for the next 25 years. Besides being a good catchy tune in its own right, Frey proved to be a clairvoyant regarding the futility of the War on Drugs. I grew up in Miami and remember when DJ "Cox on the Radio" locked himself in the studio one day and played "Smuggler's Blues" non-stop for almost 24 hours because it was "the truth". Hard to imagine the song would endure for quarter of a century. They'll probably still be playing it in another 25 years.

You Belong To The City: My Personal Thoughts | Reviewer: Kelly Matthews
    ------ About the song You Belong To The City performed by Glenn Frey

When this song is usually heard or mentioned, the first thing people think of is 'Miami Vice', but not me. I remember travelling late one night with my parents when I was about 9 years old. I was watching the mile markers go by and the headlights of on coming traffic. Then this song came on the radio as we started going through Knoxville, TN. Everything seem to make sense. The mood, the music, the lights of the city... it has always stuck in my mind. The innocence of youth and an excitement of seeing places that I had never been before made it one of those 'moments' that stay with you forever. From the opening saxophone to the last note of the song, it's written and performed to perfection. I love this song.

Great Miami Vice Theme Song | Reviewer: Anonymous
    ------ About the song Smuggler's Blues performed by Glenn Frey

I first heard "Smuggler's Blues" on Miami Vice, where it was the featured theme song in an episode where Glenn Frey plays a pilot who keeps a C47 in mint condition and smuggles Crockett and Tubbs into Colombia. I have liked it ever since. The song perfectly characterizes the multiple dilemmas faced by those in the drug trade, from simple couriers or mules, to the politicos and kingpins. To my taste, it is Frey's best song, or at least as good as "You belong to the City", and theme song for Crockett during a New York investigation.

chords unavailable | Reviewer: robby roberts
    ------ About the song Part of Me, Part of You performed by Glenn Frey

I love the song but where can you find the chords for part of me part of you....ut's hard to enjoy it if you cant play it

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