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Joe Walsh: So What

Review by John Mendelsohn, Phonograph Record, March 1975

WHAT A DISTRESSINGLY large percentage of the perfect strangers with whom I happen to chat while waiting in line for ball games, premieres of motion ...

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Joe Walsh: The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get

Review by Richard Williams, Melody Maker, September 1973

MAY I TAKE just a couple of seconds to make my position clear? I thought, and still do, that the James Gang were a very ...

Joe Walsh: Barnstorming the USA

Profile and Interview by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, September 1973

THINGS ARE starting to happen for Joe Walsh. In the corridors of rock and roll where informed people discuss what, where and when, elbows are ...

Joe Walsh: Slowhand Cowboy

Interview by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, April 1975

Top-rated guitarist JOE WALSH – due in Britain in June – talks to Chris Charlesworth in Iowa ...

Joe Walsh: So What

Review by Bud Scoppa, Rolling Stone, April 1975

As he's moved westward – from the East Coast to Ohio to Colorado to Los Angeles–Joe Walsh has assimilated one regional rock style after another. ...

Joe Walsh: Lonely In The Spotlight

Interview by Jaan Uhelszki, Creem, June 1975

JOE WALSH is curiously indifferent about success. He gives you the impression that he has long outgrown awkwardness, but has never gotten used to felicity. ...

Joe Walsh: Rock Master

Profile and Interview by Steven Rosen, Guitar Player, June 1975

JOE WALSH plays with the grace of George Harrison and the vehemence of Pete Townshend, a combination which earmarked his playing as lead guitarist of ...

Joe Walsh: Lonely Leader

Interview by Colin Irwin, Melody Maker, August 1975

IT'S A BIT disconcerting when you're having a perfectly innocent conversation and the guy you're talking to suddenly brandishes a knife beneath your nose. Not ...

Joe Walsh: You Can't Argue With A Sick Mind

Review by Barbara Charone, Sounds, April 1976

LIVE ALBUMS are by rule deadweight, redundant renditions of songs better performed and recorded in the studio. Only the Who with their essential Live at ...

Bill Szymczyk

Interview by John Tobler, Stuart Grundy, 'The Record Producers', 1982

THERE CAN'T BE too many people whose surnames have eight letters, none of which is a vowel, but it hardly needs to be said that ...

Joe Walsh

Interview by John Tobler, Stuart Grundy, The Guitar Greats (BBC Books), 1983

In 1969, The Who toured Britain, dragging around a support act who were, to say the least, an unknown quantity to all but a very ...

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