Jack Tempchin is an American musician and singer-songwriter, best known for writing the Eagles classic "Peaceful Easy Feeling" and co-writing their hits "Already Gone", "The Girl From Yesterday", "Somebody", and "It's Your World Now".
During the Eagles’ breakup period (1980–1994) he co-wrote with Glenn Frey producing "You Belong to the City", "Smuggler's Blues", "The One You Love", "I Found Somebody" and "True Love".
Among numerous other songs, Tempchin wrote "Swayin' to the Music (Slow Dancing) ". The song was first recorded by the short-lived group The Funky Kings, of which Tempchin was a member at the time. In 1977, the song became a top-10 pop hit for Johnny Rivers, and in 1979 it was a top-10 country hit for Johnny Duncan.
Other compositions include:
- "Someone That You Used To Know" (George Jones)
- "White Shoes" (Emmylou Harris, Randy Meisner)
- "Rollin'" (Glen Campbell)
- "To Feel That Way At All" (Patty Loveless)
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