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Grammy Award winning rock and roll legend Joe Walsh returns with Analog Man, his first solo album in two decades to be released on June 5th, 2012 from Fantasy Records/Concord. Analog Man is both modern and timelessly soulful, packed with Walsh’s beloved wit, charm and chops; it delivers an incredibly raw and intimate sound.

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  • Audio CD (30 Jun. 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Universal
  • ASIN: B000006XAF
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 138,129 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Mark Barry HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 7 Jan. 2005
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
It's hard for me to be rational about Joe Walsh's "Barnstorm" - I've adored it for over 40 years and this brill-sounding American CD reissue has only made matters worse.

First things first though - this Hip-O Select/Geffen CD re-issue on B0006229-02 has had a troubled existence. It was first released in January 2006 to howls of derision because someone had used the wrong master tapes (laden with unbearable amounts of hiss) and even left gaps between the songs on Side One where certain tracks segue into each other. Mistakes were admitted, it was withdrawn and it re-appeared in November 2006. To complicate things further - there are in fact 5 variants of the album on CD - the American 1980s crappy MCA issue, the wonderful silver disc version by Mobile Fidelity in 1990 (now rare and pricey), a 24-bit remaster issued in Japan in December 2004 as a mini-album repro - with a further 2011 reissue of that in Japan on the SHM-CD format - and then this - the Hip-O Select USA November 2006 issue. I've the Mobile CD, the 2004 Japanese one and this - and to my ears - the HIP-O SELECT version out does them all...

1. Here We Go
2. Midnight Visitor
3. One And One
4. Giant Behemoth
5. Mother Says
6. Birdcall Morning
7. Home
8. I'll Tell The World
9. Turn To Stone
10. Comin' Down

Having left THE JAMES GANG behind after 3 great albums - Walsh recruited KENNY PASSARELLI and JOE VITALE to record his solo debut in March of 1972. It was finally released in the USA on Dunhill DSX 50130 in October 1972 with its British counterpart released November 1972 on Probe SPBA 6268 (later reissued in 1974 on ABC).
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By P. B. Koeb on 13 Feb. 2008
Format: Audio CD
A very commendable "solo" debut, after Joe's work with The James Gang. Unfortunately, the product is not especially cheap and i feel inclined to stick with my two vinyl copies for the moment. (Much as i'd really like to have this on cd, and even if i've already got a big chunk on the "Look What I Did" double cd anthology.)

The first side of the original LP is quite superb and, in my opinion, the equal of its illustrious follow-up ("The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get"). It forms a sort of beautifully-crafted suite and there's not a duff moment in there, from "Here We Go" through to "Mother Says".

The second side of the original LP is not as good, in comparison, but that's mainly because the first side is so darn good. It starts off well-enough (with "Birdcall Morning" and "Home") and has another big personal favourite, in the form of "I'll Tell The World (About You)". (Written by Gordon & Jacobs, and coming from i really don't know where.) The one real disappointment, surprisingly, comes in the form of the version of "Turn To Stone" which features on this album. I was already familiar with the reworked, definitive version on "So What". (The one on the live album is spoilt by an incongruous flute solo from Joe Vitale.) As such, i've never been able to come to terms with this particular treatment. It's much more "lumbering" in style, and doesn't work as well.

However, this should not detract from the overall excellence of this particular outing.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Julian Stevens on 11 Sept. 2007
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Except for those who choose to regard this as the debut (and only) album by the band Barnstorm "featuring Joe Walsh", most people consider it to be JW's first solo outing. He did write most of it after all, as well as playing guitar and keyboards (including some nice touches of ARP synthesiser) and, as far as one can tell, sang lead on most tracks (though Joe Vitale's voice is similar so, in the absence of specific track by track credits, one can't be sure).

In flavour, it's pretty much a transition between his final album with The James Gang (Thirds, which is pretty good as well) and the next album The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get, which is generally held to be the highlight of his career (though that album definitely was more a group than a solo effort).

Anyway, on Barnstorm we find him ably supported by Joe Vitale (drums, percussion, keyboards, vocals & flute) along with Kenny Passarelli on bass and vocals. Rocke Grace didn't join the band until the next album.

Apart from the arrangement of Turn To Stone (which was done a bit better second time round on his fourth album, So What), this has much to commend it. Though not as good as Smoker You Drink, it's quite as good as So What (and more atmospheric too) and is certainly worth having to complete the trilogy of his first three albums, with plenty of nice acoustic guitar work and valuable input on flute from Joe Vitale. In fact, a very nice slice of the 1972 US gentle rock scene and nice to be able to get it now at a reasonable price. The only minor gripe is that they didn't put a bit more skill and attention into the remastering for CD issue, but on that front the Americans seem to be a bit behind the UK.
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