Maybe it seemed funny at the time. But Joe Walsh's goofy 'You Bought It - You Name It,' released 30 years ago this month, too often stumbles in its attempt to sustain a joke over the length of an album.
Joe Walsh's fourth release '... But Seriously Folks,' issued 35 years ago this month in May of 1978, is best known for producing his iconic single 'Life's Been Good.' That's just the most obvious starting point, however, on a record that proved to be one of Walsh's most durable classics.
Ann Wilson and Joe Walsh are among the classic rock stars who've been tapped to play on the debut album by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen and his group the Underthinkers. The album, 'Everywhere at Once,' will be released on Aug. 6.
Richard Marx had already proven himself as a hit songwriter before the release of his 1987 debut. To give himself the best chance of solo success, Marx asked none other than Joe Walsh if he'd play slide guitar on the first single, 'Don't Mean Nothing.'
Classic rock is about heavy hooks, power chords, and tight harmonies, but it’s also about letting loose and enjoying the good times — and there’s no better time than Friday evening, when we pick up our paycheck, punch out of work, and enjoy a couple days of much-needed rest and relaxation.
It's not clear what Joe Walsh is working on exactly, but the lineup he's assembled is certainly intriguing. The Eagles guitarist teased fans with a photo that indicates something very cool will be coming soon.
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