9 thoughts on “ Joe Walsh - ;But Seriously, Folks...; (8-Track Cartridge, Album)

  1. "But Seriously, Folks " is the fourth studio album by the American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Joe Walsh. The album was released in mid
  2. What they should have done is gone with Joe Walsh and recorded "But Seriously Folks" as an Eagles album and perhaps supplemented it with some of the superior material from "The Long Run". It's clear that Walsh's involvement in the Eagles had rubbed off on him. Even if they hadn't appeared on the album, "But Seriously Folks" sounds like it could /5().
  3. Mar 24,  · But Seriously Folks, unknowing channels the end, or at least the winding down of the /5().
  4. As far as studio albums go, But Seriously Folks is Joe Walsh 's most insightful and melodic. But Seriously Folks, released in , was the album the Eagles should have made rather than the mediocre The Long Run. It captures a reflective song cycle along the same thematic lines of 9/
  5. JOE WALSH But Seriously Folks 8 Track Tape Joe Walsh Format: Audio Cassette. out of 5 stars ratings. What they should have done is gone with Joe Walsh and recorded "But Seriously Folks" as an Eagles album and perhaps supplemented it with some of the superior material from "The Long Run". It's clear that Walsh's involvement in the /5().
  6. is the fourth studio album by the American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Joe Walsh. The album was released in mid , on the label Asylum. It included the satirical song "Life's Been Good". The original ( on CD releases with a speech at the end) album version of this track was edited down to for single release, and this became Walsh's biggest solo hit, peaking at .
  7. Joe Walsh So What ABC Records 33 RPM Vinyl Record Album LP. $ Joe Walsh There Goes The Neighborhood Asylum Records 33 RPM Vinyl Record LP Joe Walsh – "But Seriously, Folks " Vinyl LP Record Album 6E Slide {current_page} of {total_pages} - You May Also Like. 8-Track Cartridge Rock Music Formats. Rock CDs Joe Walsh.
  8. In between his stints with the James Gang and the Eagles, Joe Walsh tackled his second solo studio album The Smoker You Drink The Player You Get which became his most successful solo outing. The LP continued the heavy and light rock mix of tracks found on his previous release, Barnstorm.

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