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But Seriously, Folks... album for sale by Joe Walsh was released Jul 16, 1991 on the Elektra (Label) label. As far as studio albums go, But Seriously Folks is Joe Walsh's most insightful and melodic. But Seriously, Folks... CD music But Seriously Folks, released in 1978, was the album the Eagles should have made rather than the mediocre The Long Run. But Seriously, Folks... buy CD music It captures a reflective song cycle along the same thematic lines of Pet Sounds, only for the '70s. The album's introspective outlook glides through rejuvenation ("Tomorrow," "Over and Over"), recapturing the simple pleasures of the past ("Indian Summer"), mid-career indecision ("At the Station," "Second Hand Store"), and a melancholy instrumental ("Theme From Boat Weirdos"). But Seriously, Folks... CD music contains a single disc with 8 songs. ...See Full Description
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||in every home|
this is the best cd ever been recorded;the production is amazing,joe vitale is unique on drums;it 's really rare to hear music at that level as for the composition and the master of the sound.the cover is also fantastic;i bought it as alp as a cd and will again if any new relaese with bonus can be found.
By duthierr (lille ,france)
||The Burt Bachrach side of Joe...Seriously good...|
While Joe Walsh was starting out with the Eagles, he always had time to put pen to paper, songs to lyrics and the result was always a refreshing sound... But Seriously is an album/CD that is filled with some of the best written work Joe has ever done...the songs are great, the production near perfection as the norm with a Joe Walsh effort...while Life's Been Good will always be the song connected to this album, Indian Summer, Second Hand Store, At The Station, Over and Over and Tomorrow are five of Joe's best written songs. Most would say Joe Walsh emerged as a great rocker with the release of So What...But Seriously was the album that demonstrated a serious side of writing that stills holds up. Enjoy!
By markstarr21 (St. Louis, MO)
||can't go wrong with Joe|
Again, another GREAT album by Joe. As always, Joe delivers fantastic and original songs and guitar work and as usual, the songs that arent' the radio favorites are the best. "At the Station" and "Indian Summer" are just as worthy of 5 stars as "Life's Been Good", which, by the way, still makes me feel good every time I hear it like it did when I was 15. Add Joe Vitale on drums and, well....gotta hear it for yourself.
By Kim (granite city, il)
Joe at his best.Life's been goo is great and so is at the station. Don't forget over and over
By a reviewer (detroit MI)
||Very listenable after 25 years!|
I was graduating from H.S. when this album (now CD) came into my collection. The rhythms are classic Walsh, and Bill's production effort is up to par. After listening to this album many times, it turns out that, though "Life's Been Good" is, of course, a great tune, the others are always the ones I enjoy the most. Unlike so many other albums, I don't find myself skipping songs to find the more enjoyable ones. This can't even be said for "Hotel California", though I understand many would beg to differ (and this was a great album in its own right 28 years later as well). In "But Seriously, Folks", there is a combination of classic Walsh guitar coupled with somewhat folksy melodies that is a common thread in every song. The influence of other Eagles members is evident in most of the songs, but that influence never reaches the point of being overbearing or excessive. This CD will remain in my collection long after nearly all others are sold, given away, etc. To be enjoyed through and through!
By cpowell1 (Olive Branch, MS)
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But Seriously, Folks... songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1095200|
|Release Date||Jul 16, 1991|
|Producer||Joe Walsh; Bill Szymcyzk|
|Engineer||Ed Mashal; Bill Szymcyzk|
|Recording Time||35 minutes||