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You Can't Argue with a Sick Mind (Live)

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Recorded live on March 25, 1976, You Can’t Argue With a Sick Mind marks the culmination of Joe Walsh’s solo career, and serves as a test run for his tenure with the Eagles. As he runs through a selection of career highlights, he is backed by a dream band that provides every song with maximum muscle. The album’s heavyweight assault comes courtesy of a rhythm section featuring bassist Willie Weeks and two drummers — Sly Stone’s Andy Newmark, and Walsh’s own longtime collaborator Joe Vitale. Jay Ferguson and Dave Mason handle the keyboards, while Don Felder joins Walsh for a series of blistering guitar duals. Aside from a swaggering take on “Rocky Mountain Way,” the highlights are “Time Out,” “Turn to Stone” and an electrifying revival of the James Gang classic “Walk Away.” This celebratory live document reaffirms Walsh’s reputation as one of the few '70s rock gods whose heavy riff-oriented attitude was invested with genuine musical imagination. It’s easy to see why the Eagles wanted him.

Customer Reviews

Great live album

This is a fantastic live album. The reason Life's Been Good is not on here is because it was not even recorded yet when this album came out in the mid 70's. The album that it is from But, Seriously Folks came out in the late 70's. This album was made before Joe joined the Eagles.Thanks!

Too Early

Life's Been Good is a signature Joe Walsh tune, however, one of the benefits of living through the years when these albums were released is knowing that the song had not been written yet. That's why it is not on this release.

You're Not Joe Fans if You Want Life's Been Good on this One!

This was released in 1976.....before "But Seriously..Folks"! Hard to include something that wasn't written yet.


Born: November 20, 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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