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Joe Walsh

From his early hits with the James Gang through to his tenure with the Eagles -- as well as a successful solo career -- Joe Walsh remained one of the most colorful characters in rock & roll, lending his distinctively reedy vocals, off-the-wall lyrics, and expansive guitar leads to a series of AOR staples including "Funk #49," "Rocky Mountain Way," and "Life's Been Good." Born November 20, 1947 in Wichita, Kansas, Walsh initially studied the oboe and clarinet, later playing bass in local bands the G-Clefs and the Nomads; while attending Kent State University, he finally picked up the guitar, fronting the collegiate combo the Measles from 1965 to 1969. He then joined the Cleveland-based hard rock trio the James Gang, appearing on their debut LP Yer' Album. The trio's 1970 album, The James Gang Rides Again, proved the group's commercial breakthrough, launching the FM radio favorite "Funk #49" and achieving gold status. While the follow-up, Thirds, was another success, yielding the classic "Walk Away," Walsh found the James Gang's power trio format too confining and left the group soon after.

After relocating to Colorado, Walsh formed a new group, Barnstorm, recording a self-titled 1972 LP before making his proper solo debut the following year with The Smoker You Drink, the Player You Get. The record cracked the Top Ten on the strength of the pop hit "Rocky Mountain Way" and was followed in 1974 by So What. In the wake of 1976's You Can't Argue with a Sick Mind, Walsh replaced guitarist Bernie Leadon in the hugely popular West Coast rock quintet the Eagles, making his debut on their best-selling Hotel California album. He also continued his solo career, issuing But Seriously, Folks... in 1978; the record's highlight, the hilarious "Life's Been Good" -- a dead-on portrait of rock star debauchery -- became his biggest pop hit, nearly reaching the Top Ten. In 1979, Walsh announced his campaign for President of the United States, promising "free gas for everyone" if he won (he didn't). The Eagles' final studio album, the chart-topping The Long Run, appeared that same year.

The soundtrack to the film Urban Cowboy generated Walsh's next solo smash, "All Night Long," which cracked the Top 20 in the summer of 1980; although 1981's There Goes the Neighborhood featured his final Top 40 entry, "A Life of Illusion," he continued recording steadily, resurfacing in 1983 with You Bought It: You Name It and issuing The Confessor two years later. In between, Walsh ran for the vice presidency, again unsuccessfully. Following 1987's Got Any Gum?, he toured with Ringo Starr & His All Starr Band, returning to his solo career for 1991's Ordinary Average Guy. In 1994 he joined the reunited Eagles for their blockbuster Hell Freezes Over tour and remained on the road as a solo act for years to come. In 2012, after years touring with the Eagles and writing new material, Walsh recorded his first solo album with producer extraordinaire Jeff Lynne (of Electric Light Orchestra) and Beatles drummer Starr. A comeback of sorts, the album title Analog Man pertained to Walsh's difficulties catching up to the new standard of digital recording as a 64-year-old, and trying to adjust to technological advances in society. ~ Jason Ankeny
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Analog Man

1. Analog Man

2. Wrecking Ball

3. Lucky That Way

4. Spanish Dancer

5. Band Played On

6. Family

7. One Day At A Time

8. Hi-Roller Baby

9. Funk 50

10. India

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Track List: Look What I Did! (Cd-2)

Disc 1

12. Midnight Visitor

13. Mother Says

14. Turn To Stone

15. Comin' Down

16. Meadows

17. Rocky Mountain Way

Disc 2

1. Welcome To The Club

2. All Night Laundry Mat Blues

4. Help Me Thru The Night

5. Life's Been Good

6. Over And Over

8. A Life Of Illusion

9. Theme From The Island Weirdos

10. I Can Play That Rock & Roll

11. I.L.B.T.'s

12. Space Age Whiz Kids

13. Rosewood Bitters

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Track List: There Goes The Neighborhood

1. Things

2. Made Your Mind Up

3. Down On The Farm

4. Rivers (Of The Hidden Funk)

5. A Life Of Illusion

6. Bones

7. Rockets

8. You Never Know

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Track List: But Seriously Folks

1. Over And Over

2. Second Hand Store

3. Indian Summer

4. At The Station

5. Tomorrow

6. Inner Tube

7. Theme From Boat Weirdos

8. Life's Been Good

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Track List: You Can't Argue With A Sick Mind

1. Walk Away (Live)

2. Meadows (Live)

3. Rocky Mountain Way (Live)

4. Time Out (Live)

6. Turn To Stone (Live)

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Track List: So What

1. Welcome To The Club

2. Falling Down

3. Pavanne

4. Time Out

5. All Night Laundry Mat Blues

6. Turn To Stone

7. Help Me Through The Night

8. Country Fair

9. Song For Emma

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Track List: Analog Man (Single)

1. Analog Man

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Track List: Barnstorm

1. Here We Go

2. Midnight Visitor

3. One And One

4. Giant Bohemoth

5. Mother Says

6. Birdcall Morning

7. Home

8. I'll Tell The World

9. Turn To Stone

10. Comin' Down

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Track List: Lucky That Way (Single)

1. Lucky That Way

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Track List: The Definitive Collection

7. Turn To Stone

8. Meadows

9. Rocky Mountain Way

10. Help Me Thru The Night

11. Life's Been Good

13. The Confessor

14. A Life Of Illusion

15. Ordinary Average Guy

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Track List: The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get

1. Rocky Mountain Way

2. Book Ends

3. Wolf

4. Midnight Moodies

5. Happy Ways

6. Meadows

7. Dreams

8. Days Gone By

9. (Day Dream) Prayer

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Joe's limo has body damage from one end of the other. Will never forgive him for the way he brutalized Freddie Mercury on the day he died live on Klos radio in LA. Joe called him a f***** he called him a homo he told him he deserves to die from AIDS and although I love Joes music he was a drunken a******* the day he went on that tirade hopefully when Joe dies somebody else can rip his a******* the same way he ripped Freddy's
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True product. You can rise from the ashes. Epic guitarist. And songwriter. Life can be good.
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Ya gotta love Joe Walsh. I'm glad I didn't have to pay his room bills!
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Lurrve Joe Walsh
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Joe Walsh is the shyttttt
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Joe Walsh kicks a** with this one!
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Here comes a flock of waa-waa's !
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Where's "Indian Summer"?!
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Lucky I've been sane ,
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donna6208
It's hard to leave if you can't find the door. Did you catch him on 2015 Farm Aid? Seriously nuts dude but agree he's at his best.
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Turn your pretty head & walk away.....

Cool Joe Walsh....
MUCH better now in his later years!!
I think he is more handsome NOW....
C & S probably has something to do with that!
PLUS
Money can help too! LOL

❤️Joe

0:o)))
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dragonlady60 8 8
Seems to me!!!
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dragonlady60 8 8
I love JOE
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nwbkevin38
saw him in 1973 in Pensacola, believe it was in a small auditorium, $5--
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Barnstorm was a brilliant album, full of great songs and amazing arrangments. Can't stop playing it even after 43 years.
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Happy birthday
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY JOE!!!
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I love Joe. He was a great addition to the Eagles. They were great, but greater with Joe. He can play any instrument and he is really funny on stage.....lo v e your music.
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I Like Big Tits
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Reminds me of one of his old songs, life's been good to me. Way cool to see someone real in rock. Thanks Joe!
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Love this SONG! Old Joe W!
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Ran for president?
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ohiotaxlaw
Just saw Joe last week in Ohio. He was fantastic. You must see his show!!!!
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Awesome song
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Saw Joe in our High School Gym in 1972 in Lakewood Ohio. A year and half later they were playing in front of 80,000 in Cleveland Stadium in 1974. The First World Series of Rock. When he did Rocky Mountain Way the place went crazy. Joe played in about 3 or 4 world series of rock, never the headliner but every time he could've been.
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I was 10 ft. feet off center stage, in frankfurt germany, their first stop on a world tour in 1977. Just after the album, Hotel California, came out. The warm up group hadn't joined them yet. They came out and played for 4 1/2 hrs. All the old james gang, old eagles, mand then all of hotell california.
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wanakami
Saw Joe with the Eagles in early June...WOW!
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alabastervil l i s 0
what part did you take issue with?
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stuart.edson
alabaster.. WTF?
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alabastervil l i s 0
fear is the engine that drives mankind to greatness , if i were old enough to of voted for joe walsh for president i would of. lord knows jimmy carter was a evil dim wit, id love to punch him in his teeth
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dbrewerdb260
I wish I coould play like that
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dbrewerdb260
I Love the guitar soubd in this song.
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Feature Midnight Moodies on my college radio show from '73 The Smoker You Drink The Player You Get following all the way to Raleigh, NC show that was spectacular! Rock on Joe ;-)
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Joe Walsh is one of the greatest singers he has stuck it out when things was rough lived it up when he got the chance and not by acting a fool glad he still got what it takes. . Rock on.
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Go Joe coming back to pa·soon
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Awesomeness
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Love joe !!
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I can't 'LIKE' Joe enough!!!!
LOVELOVELOVE YOU JOE!!!!!
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I saw him with the Eagles in Charlottesvi l l e VA June 13 2015. WOW what a great show !
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I want to listen to the worries song
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I always felt related to Joe Walsh in spirit. Thanks, Mr. Walsh for the music.
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dragonlady60 8 8
Rocky. Mountain. Oysters. Lol
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Ameizing guy, God bless u Joe!
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philz14
I get a big kick out of All Night Laundromat Blues!! Love that Joe!
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Amazing writer and a cool sounding singer
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I love you Joe.
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Joe , the American Pete Townshent !!
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Always get pumped up when I hear One Day At A Time!!
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alabastervil l i s 0
great song
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Life's been good and bad! But this song always makes me feel happy!!
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