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Pretty cool

I think this album is one of his best!!

ANALOG MAN. Joe Walsh in top form.

Joe's first album on 20 years has been worth the wait. The production work has been shared between Joe & Jeff Lynne. Lynne is one of the best producers in the business, having produced ELO, Travelling Wilburys & Tom Petty.
Joe's nasally voice is very distinctive & suits the songs he has written. There are some killer guitar riffs & Joe shows why his guitar playing is so admired by the musical fraternity.
Any fans of Joe, The James Gang or The Eagles , will appreciate the excellent choice of songs. There are some great rock songs tempered by some tasty ballads. All in all , a standout release.

Biography

Born: 20 November 1947 in Wichita, KS

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

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...
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