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Joe Walsh - So What FLAC
Performer:
Joe Walsh
Album:
So What
Style:
Classic Rock
Released:
1974
Country:
US
Label:
ABC Dunhill
Catalog:
8023-50171 H, 50171 H
FLAC size:
1496 mb
MP3 size:
1074 mb
WMA size:
1442 mb


Tracklist


1Pavanne ("Pavane De La Belle Au Bois Dormant")
2Song For Emma
3Help Me Thru The Night
4Turn To Stone
5Time Out
6Welcome To The Club
7All Night Laundry Mat Blues
8County Fair
9Falling Down


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DSD-50171Joe Walsh So What ‎(LP, Album, Emb)ABC DunhillDSD-50171US1974
DSD-50171Joe Walsh So What ‎(LP, Album)ProbeDSD-50171Brazil1974
CRC-20154Joe Walsh Joe Walsh ‎(Cass, Album, RE)MCA CoralCRC-20154US1984
DSD-50171Joe Walsh So What ‎(LP, Album, San)ABC DunhillDSD-50171US1974
AFZ 214Joe Walsh So What ‎(SACD, Mixed, RM, TP, Ref)Audio Fidelity AFZ 214US2015


Notes


Total time: 35:57
Program A time: 9:00
Program B time: 9:00
Program C time: 9:05
Program D time: 8:47

℗ 1974 ABC Records, Inc.
Released under a license with ABC Records, Inc.

MFG./Printed U.S.A.
By GRT Music Tapes
Division of GRT Corporation


Companies


  • Record Company – GRT Corporation
  • Licensed From – ABC Records
  • Manufactured By – GRT Music Tapes
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – ABC Records, Inc.
  • Printed By – GRT Music Tapes


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Album


So What is the third studio album by the American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Joe Walsh. It was released in late 1974 on ABC-Dunhill Records. It contains hard rock songs such as Welcome To The Club and a remake of the Barnstorm track, Turn To Stone. It also contains more introspective material such as Help Me Through the Night and Song For Emma. Покупайте и продавайте винил и компакт-диски, формируйте. Despite a change of lineup for So What - a wide range of musicians is used, including the Eagles' Don Henley - the sound is very similar to previous releases. A number of classic Walsh tracks are featured, including a more polished version of Turn to Stone, originally featured on his debut album, Barnstorm, in a somewhat more riotous style. Help Me Thru the Night, Walsh's mellowest song to date, is helped along by some fine lead and backing vocals from the band. So What sees Walsh in top form as a guitarist. Songs in album Joe Walsh - So What 1975. Joe Walsh - Welcome To The Club. Joe Walsh - Falling Down. Joe Walsh - Pavanne. Joe Walsh - Time Out. Joe Walsh - All Night Laundry Mat Blues. Joe Walsh - Turn To Stone. Joe Walsh - Help Me Thru The Night. Joe Walsh - County Fair. Joe Walsh - Song For Emma. Joe Walsh. Falling Down. Joe Walsh spent the first half of the 1970s burnishing his reputation as one of Americas top rock guitarists. The larger-than-life character from Wichita, Kansas had been building his career in the late 60s with Pacific Gas & Electric and then the James Gang, after which he was in the band Barnstorm. The record that really sealed the deal for Walsh as a solo artist was 1973s The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get. It included the rock anthem Rocky Mountain Way and reached No. 6 on the Billboard 200, going gold in just five months. Before the end of 1974, So What arrived as the follow-up, released on 14 December that year. On a few tracks, Don Henley, Glenn Frey, and Randy Meisner of Eagles contributed backing vocals. Over a year and a half later, Walsh would be drafted into Eagles to replace founding member. 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: Best Of Joe Walsh. Ordinary Average Guy. The Greatest Seventies Album. Band Name Joe Walsh. Album Name So What. Type Album. Released date 14 December 1974. Labels ABC Records Dunhill Records. Music StyleSouthern Rock. Members owning this album2. Welcome to the Club. Joe Walsh's gold-selling No. 11 hit 'So What' arrived on Dec. Joe Walsh had already decided to make a more serious album when fate intervened. I know this album's going to be an important one for me, but it's not easy to just crank them out anymore, he told Rolling Stone , a couple of months before So What arrived on Dec. I don't want the next album to sound like a bunch of outtakes from Smoker. I want it to be the difference between Revolver and Sgt. I've held back until that development was there, even though the record compa