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Jesse Come Home

James Gang

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For their final album the James Gang recruited two of its oldest friends from their hometown of Cleveland. Guitarist Bob Webb had done time in the Measles, one of Joe Walsh’s pre-James Gang outfits, while keyboardist Phil Giallombardo had actually been a member of the Gang in its earliest years. The inclusion of these old pals brings the band’s story full circle, after several years of shifting lineups. Unfortunately the group didn’t really have any ideas left, although the immortal rhythm section of Jim Fox and Dale Peters heats up like a vintage motor on “Feelin’ Alright” and “Stealin’ the Show.” The main difficulty with Jesse Come Home is that it veers too far from straight rock, and too often turns to soggy balladry. It could use more moments like the searing guitar solo Webb applies to “I Need Love.” Though the band strives to end its career with a “big statement,” the definitive moment is “Pick Up the Pizza,” a hot-and-loose instrumental that echoes the chugging freedom of the band’s glory years.

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Rough Ending

Reviewer got it right. After Walsh then Bolin, the magic was gone. Tell me "Love Hurts" doesn't sound like Firefall or Poco. If you cut your rock teeth on Joe Walsh and the James Gang, this leaves you saying: Uh? Nevertheless, if you didn't know it was the James Gang, there are few tunes worth checking out: I Need Love and Hollywood Dream have their moments. Definite country twang towards the end of the album. I'll bet none of these songs has been played in concert since....1976!

Biography

Formed: 1966 in Cleveland, OH

Genre: Rock

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

With the emergence of Cream and the Jimi Hendrix Experience during the late '60s, the path was cleared for other hard-rockin' "trios." Arguably, the finest to emerge from the subsequent American crop was the James Gang. Despite penning a few of classic rock radio's most enduring songs, the James Gang ultimately...
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Jesse Come Home, James Gang
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  • $5.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll
  • Released: 1976

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