Randy Herman Meisner (born March 8, 1946) is an American musician, singer and songwriter best known as a founding member of Poco and the Eagles.

Throughout his professional musical career Meisner’s main role has been as a bassist and backing high-harmony vocalist as both a group member and session musician.

He is best known for the Eagles hit song “Take It to the Limit”, which he cowrote and sang.

Selected Discography

Randy Meisner

Epic Records 1982

Tracks: Never Been In Love, Darkness Of The Heart, Jealousy, Tonight, Playin´ In The Deep End, Strangers, Still Runnin´, Nothing Is Said (`Til The Artists Is Dead) & Doin´It For Delilah.

Musicians on the Randy Meisner album: Randy Meisner, Denny Carmassi, JOhn Corey, Howard Leese, Brian Smith, Tom Erak, Nicky Hopkins, Dixon House, Sterling Smith, Mitchell From, Phil Kenzie, Tower Of Power, Marcy Levy & Nancy Wilson.

One More Song

Epic Records 1980

Tracks: Hearts On Fire, Gotta Get Away, Come On Back To Me, Deep Inside My Heart, I Need You Bad, One More Song, Trouble Ahead, White Shoes & Anyway Bye Bye.

Musicians on the One More Song album: Randy Meisner, Val Garay, Craig Hull, Wendy Waldman, Bryan Garofalo, Bill Cuomo, Sterling Smith, Craig Krampf, Don Francisco, Michael Jacobson, Kim Carnes, Don Francisco, Glenn Frey & Don Henley.

Randy Meisner

Asylum Records 1978

Tracks: Bad Man, Daughter Of The Sky, It Hurts To Be In Love, Save The Last Dance For Me, Please Be With Me, Take It To The Limit, Lonesome Cowgirl, Too Many Lovers, If You Wanna Be Happy, I Really Want You Here Tonight, Every Other Day & Heartsong.

Musicians on the Randy Meisner album: Randy Meisner, Steve Edwards, Jerry Swallow, Kerry Morris, John Hobbs, Geoffrey Leib, Scott Shelley, Kelly Shanahan, Victor Feldman, Ernie Watts, Marty Paich, Alan Brackett, David Cassidy, Tita Kerpan, Bill Lamb, Steven Scharf, John David Souther, Donny Ullstrom, Richie Walker & Jayne Zinsmaster.