GG.....you're obviously a big Joe Walsh fan! "OAG" is not one of our Joe's better-known titles, but it's a very creditable effort from the early nineties. Not all the album comes out of the top drawer, but there are plenty of pleasing moments.
It's almost an album of two halves, quite honestly. The first few tracks set the listener up for a distinctly ordinary, average recording. But things immediately get very good on "All Of A Sudden", which harks back to JW's golden days. Likewise with the whole of the second side of the LP. ("Look At Us Now" and onwards, on the cd.) He does a good interpretation of "You Might Need Somebody" (unrecognisable from the Randy Crawford hit), and the "Prelude"/"School Days" closer is very satisfying, even if the guitar solo is a bit "Joe Walsh-by numbers" in style.
All in all, this must have been a welcome return to form after Joe's relatively lacklustre output of the eighties.