Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
There Goes the Neighborhood
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
No Description Available No Track Information Available Media Type: CD Artist: WALSH,JOE Title: THERE GOES THE NEIGHBORHOOD Street Release Date: 07/16/1991
No Description Available
No Track Information Available
Media Type: CD
Title: THERE GOES THE NEIGHBORHOOD
Street Release Date: 07/16/1991
Gregory Moss | Diamond Bar, CA United States | 10/12/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"There are some great hooks on this under-appreciated opus and some fine guitar riffs, as well. "Rivers (of the Hidden Funk)" is probably the best cut, but "A Life of Illusion" and "Things" are also right up there. This album was originally released in 1981 on Elektra and, as a rule, they don't put out junk. You can rip this one and combine its tracks with the ones you like from SMOKER, and you'll have a good listening experience that might make the commute to and from work a tad joyful, if that's possible."
The Joe Walsh Fan Litmus Test...
GojiraDeMonstah | Austin, TX USA | 09/02/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"No, this album is not 'Hotel California.' But it was the first Joe Walsh album I bought, on the advice of my older, cooler friends who turned me on to the Eagles and Van Halen (back in the day). If the only song you've ever heard from JW is 'Life's Been Good,' you'll probably think this is early 80s junk. But if you dug the 'Waffle Stomp' era Joe Walsh, you'll love it."
Roger | Castles | 10/20/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is a great album... not at the level of his previous works maybe, but still great music. My fave track is "Life Of Illusion".What a brainless review of Mr. MUSICFAN from Boston Mass.
Joe Walsh recorded more albums without the Eagles than with them. He's an established name already even before the Eagles, so who cares who's the brains behind that band, right?? :-S I love the Eagles but that's not the point here.
Surely it was not Joe Walsh's band and I don't think he was interested either in being a main character in it. He just participated, period. Gave the band some great songs. Just listen to "Pretty Maids All In A Row" & "In The City", but that's it. It was never the focus of his career.
Again, he already was enjoying of a sucessful solo career. So that shows your ingnorance man ;-)"