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    Just pull it up, this was fantastic tone and playing. My friend just sent it to me and said do you remember the fair!!! I've told my little story here before. Ohio State Fair, summer of 71 or 72, James Gang opening up for Nell Young. My buddies and Joe chirping at each other having a great time, yelled that their friend (me) was better than he was. Had me come on stage and play walk away with him. A night I'll never ever forget.

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    cant find it
    "I'm Not a real musician but I play one on the internets."

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      funk 49 was one of my favorit songs growing up.

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      • #4
        I just typed in Joe walsh walk away and there are 2 right there from 71.

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        • #5
          "smoker you drink - the player you get"


          J.W. for prez !!!!!

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          • #6
            I remember that story. It's a goodun.

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            • #7
              I just typed in Joe walsh walk away and there are 2 right there from 71.


              LOL my bad I thought I was looking for the video of when you jammed with him. Man I gotta lay off the nyquil liqui-caps...
              ....sorry
              Yep great song, and I think Joe Walsh is an underated player. Sure he gets respect from musicians and such but I think you get my drift.
              "I'm Not a real musician but I play one on the internets."

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                Someone here (a year or 2 ago) was at the fair that day and remembered seeing me. I played his LP and he got on a tele I think. He had only 3 guitars, LP, Tele, and an acoustic. He's a great organ player with that Leslie swirling, the smell of pot was heavy in the air, it was a cool night, just perfect. I had never played a LP before. It was heavy, the neck was thick, and stickey, and I was a skinney little junior in HS. Nervous wreck.

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                • #9
                  Joe's the man. Barnstorm is probably the most influential album to me, a masterpiece. He was on fire in the early 70s.

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                      One of the very first music videos I have ever seen. I love this version of the song. Used to be part of MTV's Closet Classics show.
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                      • #12
                        It should be a HC rule that everyone has to listen to this vid. before being allowed to post. This is true classic rock tone! Simply a Les Paul a cheap guitar cord into a Marshall. No need for delay, flangers, phasers, or other stuff to hide behind. No triple boosting of a super triple rectumfryer metalzone emg digital line 6.5 steroid induced monster rig set-up.

                        Simple is better, this tone never get's old or stale. Listen now and listen often. I just love it.

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                        • #13
                          geeze, I remember playing this in battle of the bands probably around 73 or 74...

                          I played drums, had a set of Camco's and Larry the guitar player had a full stack 1959 Marshall (I think) and Gold Top Les Paul. We thought we were hell...

                          you guys have it so easy now...
                          Grease Monkey... SLO... M90... Dual Rect... Others...

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                            Look real close in the video. Ole Joe is playing an Agile














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                            • #15
                              My band still plays this song occassionally. This is the best song Joe ever wrote (to me). Another thing about the James Gang is the other players. The drummer and bass player were very good players and they never get enough credit in my mind. Good power trio.....

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