A previously unheard song co-written with late-Eagles leader Glenn Frey will serve as the title track to Jack Tempchin's new album, One More Time With Feeling, set for release on August 23rd. Tempchin, who was finally inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame earlier this month, is renowned for his work in the 1970's and '80s, penning such instant classics as "Peaceful Easy Feeling" and "Already Gone" for the Eagles, and Johnny Rivers' 1977 hit "Swayin' To The Music (Slow Dancing)."

Following the Eagles' 1980 split, Tempchin and Glenn Frey went on to co-write Frey's solo '80s hits, "You Belong To The City", "Smuggler's Blues", "The One You Love", "I Found Somebody," and "True Love."

One More Time With Feeling -- which is Tempchin's 12 album -- features a tribute to Frey, titled "Never Had the Chance to Say Goodbye," along with re-recordings of "Peaceful Easy Feeling" and "True Love."

Jack Tempchin recalled the songwriting session that resulted in Glen Frey's first solo Top 20 hit -- 1982's "The One You Love": "Y'know, the thing, when you're writin' with Glenn Frey, you'll play something -- well, it took me a year to work this little thing out, y'know? And then he'll just look at it, immediately pick it up and play it and start improving it and -- boom, (laughs) y'know? So, y'know, you're with the greatest guy in the world, and I just remember, we're sittin' there and basically we're just thinking, what if some poor girl had to choose between two really cool guys, like, say us? And Glenn has this facility to see the woman's point of view, somehow -- y'know, 'Lyin' Eyes,' and stuff like that -- he really has the ability. And I remember, I kinda said, 'are you gonna stay with the one who loves you or are you going back to the one you love?' And Glenn goes, 'Oh, wow, yeah, that's it!' Y'know, and that fell in and then suddenly we had it."

AUDIO: JACK TEMPCHIN ON WRITING WITH GLENN FREY