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TypeReleasedRYM RatingRanked Genres
ArtistJoe Walsh
Compilation
23 May 1995
3.92 / 5.00.5 from 80 ratings
#113 for 1995

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JonFox Mar 14 2009 4.00 stars
From his days packin' heat and firing off killer fretboard work via the high-ridin' James Gang, to his Barnstorm job-related, and succeeding solo career, zany Joe Walsh deserves significant props for his long and stormy rockin' roll ride. The pride of rusted-out Ohio, Walsh earned his stripes early as soon as the power trippin' James Gang trio rode via the early seventies, kickin' up dust behind the likes of "The Bomber", "Funk #49", "Walk Away", and also the often-overlooked "Tend My Garden". Each of the provided J.G. timeless rock gold tracks, in conjunction with 6 others Gang songs open the 1995 double-CD collection Look What I Did! The Joe Walsh Anthology. Walsh's Barnstorm occupational fills out the remainder of the first disc from the compilation, which includes "Turn to Stone", "Rocky Mountain Way", the mellow "Meadows", "Here We Go", and the six-minute "Mother Says".The guy that coined the clever album title The Smoker You Drink, the Player You Get has his solo career summarized using disc 2 of the retrospective. Life's been great to ol' Joe, and despite a patchy run of out-on-his-very own tunes, while additionally taking-up residence through the over-rated Eagles ("The Dude" will fill you in if you feel otherwise about the band also that brought us the over-played "New Kid in Town"), Walsh never before faibrought about keep points odd and amazing. I still can't concerned grips through the reality that "In the City", a song that was initially penned for The Warriors soundtrack, is absent from Look What I Did! The Joe Walsh Anthology.KNOCK IT BACK!P.S.: I.L.B.T.s too... in certain, M.I.L.F.s
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SonicBones Oct 26 2008
Walsh cut 3 studio albums,one live album via The James Gang and also imo that's his best work.It's stood for here decently.The ideal of his solo output is also,it's just thatby disc 2 the pickings acquire slim.Some questionable options as his "best" solo work-related.But then again Walsh's solo albums have constantly been fairly patchy,some just plain god awful.End result-This pkg. is a great cross section of material,the strongest by much from his stint in The James Gang (excluding the odd solo tune) however they've been compiled countless times so it renders me wonder if Walsh's solo magazine all at once is worthy of a double comp. or does he need The James Gang material to showsituation his talents and pickup the slack.Extra points for the inclusion of the orig. variation of "The Bomber" through it's "Bolero" section undamaged.For the novice it's an excellent beginning suggest.Glaring omgoals in "The Confessor", and also "In The City" from The Warriors OST.

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MikeyMan2627 Jun 19 2013 5.00 stars
Probably the finest place to start if you want to obtain into Joe Walsh, this was the one that made me become a fan. All it requirements is The Confessor, and also perhaps some more tracks from But Seriously Folks... or possibly simply profession Island also Weirdos for Boat Weirdos.
There's a few of my fav songs that never before made it onto this, but still an excellent arsenal of joe Classics. I wish they would certainly of left all the James Gang stuff off of this.
Including the best numbers from the James Gang's first three albums, this is also the the majority of complete compilation of Joe Walsh's career. This is not absolutely a good thing: many of the product presented below is weak (the second fifty percent of both CDs), and also a much better and restricted selection could have actually suited him much better. But, at leastern, this is an "anthology", and as that it works very well.

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A excellent collection for the incredibly underrated guitarist Joe Walsh. Includes the finish Barnstorm and every one of the excellent early stuff from his catalogue. The James Gang ruled!Check out "Funk 49" and also "Turn to Stone".
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